Fast Track: Catherine Zeta-Jones is dealing with bipolar disorder

A roundup of entertainment headlines for Thursday:

It's now Michael Douglas' turn to stand by Catherine Zeta-Jones, as she's treated for bipolar disorder. (Los Angeles Times)

Terrence Malick's long-delayed "The Tree of Life" will finally be unveiled at Cannes in May. (Los Angeles Times)

Security for this weekend's Coachella music festival is going wide -- a mile wide. (Los Angeles Times)

Scarlett Johansson has moved in with Daddy, er, Sean Penn. (Los Angeles Times)

Cover your ears, Twi-hards: Reese Witherspoon says her love scenes with Robert Pattinson in "Water for Elephants" were disgusting. (In Touch Weekly)

Ricky Martin being gay isn't going over very well with the clergy in his native Puerto Rico. (On Top magazine)

"The X Factor" held auditions in Newark, N.J., and 20,000 people showed up. (Hollywood Reporter)

Sally Field will play Mrs. Lincoln in Steven Spielberg's "Lincoln." (Los Angeles Times)

"The Walking Dead" is stirring controversy in Britain, where a billboard for the show has been put up right next door to a funeral home. (Entertainment Weekly)

In other "Dead" news: Bruce Campbell has kinda, sorta confirmed a remake of "Evil Dead," eventually. At least that's something. (Paste magazine)

"Less Than Zero" author Bret Easton Ellis compares "Glee" to "a puddle of HIV." (Advocate)

Former "SNL"-er Jane Curtin told Oprah Winfrey that John Belushi was a misogynist and deliberately sabotaged women's sketches. (Los Angeles Times)

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