Catching Up With Hollywood
?And catching up with the latest in movies, music and drama in Hollywood, Batman shoots to the top of box office, Bruce Spingsteen is battling Bon Jovi, and we get the low down on Madonna and Guy Ritchie's rumored marriage troubles.
Batman buried his rivals at the North American box office for a second weekend, racing past 300 million dollars in a record ten days. The Caped Crusader's blockbuster outing, "The Dark Knight," sold an estimated 75-and-a half million dollars worth of tickets over this past weekend.
Actor Shia LaBeouf was arrested and charged with drunk driving on Sunday The "Indiana Jones" star was arrested after being involved in a car accident at 3 a.m. in Hollywood. The 22-year-old star was treated for minor injuries.
"Glory Days" are here again for Bruce Springsteen, whose upcoming tour could make him the biggest touring artist of the year in North America. At the halfway mark, "The Boss" is battling rockers Bon Jovi and country singer Kenny Chesney for that honor.
Final custody papers are in and that shows Britney Spears will pay $20,000 dollars a month in child support to ex-husband Kevin Federline for the care of their two children and will make a final payment of $250,000 dollars to his lawyers.
Lastly, film director Guy Ritchie broke his silence on over rumors that his marriage to Madonna is on the rocks, telling People magazine his marriage is in fact, "fine."