Fast Track: Lindsay Lohan faces jail time; critics pan ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street’; Rielle Hunter spills all for Oprah

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

Lindsay Lohan could be headed to jail after repeatedly violating her probation. (New York Post)

The reboot of “A Nightmare on Elm Street”? Just 15% fresh on Rotten Tomatoes so far. (Rotten Tomatoes)

...but that’s better than the Brendan Fraser comedy “Furry Vengeance,” which is just 4% fresh. (Rotten Tomatoes)

Watch “Lost” executive producer Damon Lindelof talk about the series finale. (The Hollywood Reporter)

You can also watch David Tennant’s “Hamlet” online for free. And you should. (Show Tracker)

And if you forgot to watch Rielle Hunter on “Oprah” Thursday, here’s the rundown. (Entertainment Weekly)

Conan O’Brien tells “60 Minutes” that he would never have pulled a Jay Leno. (Show Tracker)

Former Variety film critic Todd McCarthy has landed at IndieWire. (IndieWire)

Susan Boyle’s debut album “I Dreamed a Dream” is the most popular album around the world. (New York Times)

Brandon Victor Dixon will play Ray Charles on Broadway. (New York Times)

“Chuck” fans will not be stopped. (The Hollywood Reporter)

Flight of the Conchords recorded an episode of “The Simpsons” to air next year. (NZ Herald)

Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonists have signed a petition condemning threats of violence against “South Park” creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker. (Editor and Publisher)

Roger Ebert rails against 3-D. (Newsweek)

The Killers’ Brandon Flowers is releasing a solo album titled “Flamingo.” (Spinner)

“Anchorman 2" is not happening. (24 Frames)

In case you missed it: Vicariously experience dinner with Bill Murray. (Vulture)

-- Denise Martin

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