LINDSAY LOHAN REHAB SOURCE: "SHE IS REALLY ADJUSTING" _ Lindsay Lohan's stint in rehab is going smoothly so far. After five days since entering the Betty Ford Center in Rancho Mirage, California, to complete 90 days in a court-approved rehab facility for her plea deal, a source says Lindsay is going strong: "She's good. She's settled in and is doing well. She is really adjusting."
THE OFFICE FINALE GETS SUPER-SIZED _ The Office finale has been extended. The show's creator and producer (Greg Daniels) got his wish: NBC has added 15 minutes to what was going to be an hour-long final episode of the long-running series, which signs off on Thursday, May 16.
... The extended Office finale will now air from 9 to 10:15 PM ET, and though details are scarce, we know that the episode is set months after the documentary airs and the workers of Dunder Mifflin, past and present, gather for a wedding and a final round of interviews.
ROBERT DOWNEY JR. IN NEGOTIATIONS FOR AVENGERS 2 & 3 _ Sources say Robert Downey Jr. is sitting pretty as he begins negotiations to star as Iron Man in The Avenger 2 & 3, the first of which has a May 1, 2015 release date. The sources say Iron Man 4 has not been part of the discussions, and and it’s unclear whether Downey wants to return for another stand-alone sequel.
... Signing him for one or multiple movies won’t be cheap. One source says RDJ is now getting 5 to 7% of each film's first-dollar gross. If Iron Man 3 should gross, say, $800 million before leaving theaters, Downey will walk away with a minimum of $40 million.
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If you missed ABC's Dancing with the Stars last night, the last contestant who got booted off can at least dance at his wedding. Bachelor Sean Lowe was sent home Tuesday night. The semi-finals are next week.
WARNER BROS. PLANS A DUNGEONS & DRAGONS REBOOT _ Warner Bros. Pictures has successfully rolled the saving throw necessary to reboot a film franchise based on the iconic role playing game Dungeons & Dragons. First adapted for the small screen as an animated television series in 1983, Dungeons & Dragon hit theaters with a 2000 live-action version that bombed. But it did lead to a telefilm sequel with 2005's Dungeons & Dragons: Wrath of the Dragon God and a direct-to-DVD followup with Dungeons & Dragons: The Book of Vile Darkness in 2012.
And for you football and Carrie Underwood fans..today is a good day. After six years of country music star Faith Hill opening up NBC's Sunday Night Football with "Waiting All Day for Sunday Night," Carrie Underwood gets the honor of kicking off Sunday night football this upcoming season.