The man convicted of stalking Olympian Shawn Johnson learns his fate, and new accusations arise during opening statements of a trial involving actor John Stamos.
The sentence is in for the man convicted of stalking Olympic gold medalist Shawn Johnson.
Robert O’Ryan has been ordered to spend five years in a California mental hospital. O’Ryan was evaluated by doctors and found to be legally insane when he broke into the studio lot where Johnson was performing on "Dancing With The Stars."
New allegations in the extortion plot case involving actor John Stamos. A man and woman on trial for allegedly threatening to sell photos of the actor, unless he gave them $680,000, now claim Stamos had a fling with the woman, when she was 17. But Stamos' attorney released a statement denying the allegations of sex with a teen.
Actor Ed Norton is speaking out after word that he won't be returning to the next installment of the movie "The Incredible Hulk". Saying on Facebook it seems it won't work out for him to play Bruce Banner in the movie "Avengers". Norton added he's grateful to Marvel for the opportunity to play the part. He also thanked fans for their support.
Norton's comments come after Marvel released its own statement over the weekend, saying it was looking for a lead actor who embodied a collaborative spirit. “The Incredible Hulk: The Avengers” is due out in 2012.
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