Fast Track: Evan Rachel Wood says she's bisexual

A roundup of entertainment headlines for Tuesday.

Evan Rachel Wood says she's bisexual. (Los Angeles Times)

The digital revolution means bad news for tiny movie houses. (Los Angeles Times)

An air traffic controller was suspended for watching a DVD of the 2007 film "Cleaner," starring Samuel L. Jackson, when he was supposed to be monitoring aircraft. (Associated Press)

Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson finally kissed for our entertainment. (Los Angeles Times)

Audrina Patridge can't seem to leave the world of reality shows behind. She's trying again on VH1. (Los Angeles Times)

Kara DioGuardi's upcoming memoir says she was molested and date-raped. (E! Online)

Despite huge hype, the initial ratings for HBO's "Game of Thrones" are good, not great. (Entertainment Weekly). But HBO has opted to renew the series for another season. (Los Angeles Times)

Could Marisa Tomei be joining Aaron Sorkin's upcoming series about cable news? (New York Post)

Greg Mortenson's book "Three Cups of Tea" is under review by the publisher after a "60 Minutes" report. (Los Angeles Times, CBS News)

Former über-agent Michael Ovitz has traded joking legal threats with the owner of the Four Seasons after being seated in the wrong room during a recent lunch. Heh. Those wacky Hollywood suits. (New York Post)

Hoover is so ticked over the cancellations of "One Life to Live" and "All My Children," it's pulling advertising from ABC. The vacuum crisis of 2011 is just beginning. (Deadline)

Good news, geeks: Your Dr. Who nerdery can now follow you into death. (Geekologie)

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