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Fast Track: Madonna’s charity reportedly under FBI scrutiny

A roundup of entertainment headlines for Tuesday

A report in the Daily says the FBI is looking into Madonna’s charity Success for Kids. (The Daily)

Larry King is spending his retirement interviewing people on other TV shows. (Los Angeles Times)

It’s safe to say that Tokyo Disney has not been the happiest place on Earth since the earthquake in Japan. (Los Angeles Times)


Weeknights at the movie theater are starting to mean 3-D concert events. (Los Angeles Times)

David Zaslav, head of Discovery Communications, tripled his compensation to $42.6 million last year. (Los Angeles Times)

Ashley Judd’s new memoir is dishing all the dirt on the Judds. (Radar Online)

Kirstie Alley’s “Dancing With the Stars” partner fell down last night ... and took Kirstie with him. (Huffington Post)


Pixar’s “Monsters University” has been pushed back to 2013. (Hollywood Reporter)

Sean Hayes will play Larry in the “Three Stooges” movie. (Hollywood Reporter)

Keanu Reeves has started talking about a “Bill & Ted” sequel. (Digital Spy)

Hacktivist group Anonymous is claiming responsibility for a series of attacks against Sony and the PlayStation Network. (Engadget)

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