Fast Track: Pixar unveils ‘Monsters, Inc.’ sequel; Lindsay Lohan wages a Twitter war against her father; Naomi Campbell takes another swing

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

Pixar will release a sequel to “Monsters, Inc.” in 2012. (The Hollywood Reporter)

On last night’s “The Daily Show,” Jon Stewart weighed in on Comedy Central’s censoring of Wednesday’s “South Park” episode. (The Daily Show)

And he’s not the only one. (Los Angeles Times)

Lindsay Lohan has waged a Twitter war against her father, Michael Lohan, after he sent police to her home. (@LindsayLohan, ABC News)

New details about the second season of HBO’s “Eastbound and Down”: Kenny Powers is heading south of the border. (Deadline)

And the winner of this season’s “Project Runway” is ... Seth Aaron! (Show Tracker)

Tune-in alert: ABC will re-air the first episode of “Lost” the night before the series finale. (

Should you see Jennifer Lopez’s new film “The Back-Up Plan”? (Los Angeles Times)

Hoo boy ... David Hasselhoff and friends reenact a number from “Glee” at the TV Land Awards. (Movieline)

An awesome interactive timeline of Stephen Sondheim’s musicals. (New York Times)

Green Day surprised the crowd at its Broadway musical “American Idiot” on Thursday with an impromptu performance. (MTV)

Naomi Campbell is at it again. Her latest (near) victim? ABC News cameras. (Entertainment Weekly)

Another film coming to you in 3-D: M. Night Shyamalan’s “The Last Airbender.” (Wall Street Journal)

Listen to the National’s new album “High Violet.” (New York Times)

Also, sample the new Hole album. (Spin)

Prince will perform at the Time 100 gala, honoring the magazine’s selection of “the most influential people in the world.” (New York Post)

“Avatar” set a first-day Blu-ray sales record, selling 1.5 million discs on Thursday. A total 4 million copies -- non-Blu-ray included -- were sold. (The Hollywood Reporter)

-- Denise Martin

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