Today's news you might've missed:
Al Pacino is taking on a complex character once again, this time playing legendary music producer Phil Spector in the new eponymous HBO film.
Pacino credits director David Mamet for helping him wrap his mind around the man who produced hits for the Beatles and Tina Turner, and who was also convicted in 2008 of fatally shooting actress and model Lana Clarkson in his mansion.
Justin Bieber's endlessly chronicled mishaps - from his birthday to his lateness to his scuffles with paparazzi - have caused more than one person to question whether the 19-year-old is at the start of a downward spiral.
But in a lengthy post on Instagram, Bieber's dismissing any notions that he'll be the next teen star to land in a rehabilitation facility.
In the excitement over Pope Francis being elected, some stars couldn't help but tweet a few tongue-in-cheek reactions.
As the white smoke signaled that Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio was the new leader of the Catholic Church, actors like Seth Rogen and Kristen Bell, TV personalities like Carson Daly, and even writer Joyce Carol Oates gave their own pithy responses.
Here are our favorite responses - if you spotted one that we didn't include, share it in the comments!
Starting in April, those still watching "Smash" will have to get used to a new schedule.
NBC's struggling sophomore series, which centers on the creation of a Marilyn Monroe musical, will now air on Saturdays at 9 p.m. starting April 6.
Talk about good timing.
As the world reacts to Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio being elected as the new pope, Showtime is busy adding to the cast of its upcoming pilot, "The Vatican."
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