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The Fast Track

A roundup of this morning's arts and entertainment headlines:

"Community" creator Dan Harmon disses Steven Spielberg and apologizes for "Monster House." (

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Jon "Napoleon Dynamite" Heder drops out of a Will Ferrell-produced Comedy Central sitcom. (

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She's had enough! Sandra Bullock allegedly decides to get divorced from Jesse James. (

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AMC gets zombie fever -- picks up "The Walking Dead" series. (

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"Godzilla" is coming back to the big screen. Roland Emmerich will keep his distance. (

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The Superman-Batman rivalry continues. Action Comics #1 sells for a record $1.5 million, topping a Batman sale in February. (

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Wondering what Jeff Goldblum's been up to lately? He's been scatting. (

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Actual TV actors agree to appear in films made by actual teens, thanks to a new contest (

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"Galaxy Quest's" director goes from comedy to thriller with "SEAL" (

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First Oprah, now Martha Stewart? Crown Media is mulling a Martha Stewart channel. (

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"The Addams Family" has the makings of Broadway's next big hit. (

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James Franco's getting a PhD from Yale. (

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Erykah Badu defends her nude music video, which ends with her seeming to get shot in Dealey Plaza, JFK style. (

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If you haven't had this video forwarded to you yet, just wait. It's the "Scarface" school play. (

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If you've got plenty of time, check out New York mag's lengthy Lady Gaga cover story. It's filled with little Gaga tidbits. (

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--Patrick Kevin Day

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