Natalee Holloway's mother is suing The National Enquirer. She says they published information they knew was not true in order to profit from the story. I'm not sure what prompted this now, but I believe the Enquirer did a fair amount of keeping the story in the public eye, following leads and turning up clues. After the nasty lawsuit business from the late 80s, the Enquirer may not be a snooty publication, but their stuff pans out more often than not. When I worked as a printer, we kept magazines around because we could read short little articles while the presses ran. I'd read the gossip and forget about it, until I heard it on major news weeks later. I don't think Holloway has a chance, but we'll see.
Terminator 3 star Nick Stahl left rehab, and this time his wife isn't searching for him. She may feel he's in danger but she also knows his absence is voluntary, so she isn't requesting police assistance or applying pressure on Stahl to return. "He knows exactly where home is," she said. Here's hoping this troubled fellow gets a grip before something really bad happens.
Jeff Daniels confirms Dumb and Dumber To, perhaps the least anticipated sequel of all time, is officially dead. Therefore, I have regained just a little faith in Hollywood's judgment. Not a lot, but it's a refreshing change.