Morning Buzz: Jennifer Hudson Offers Reward
E! reports that Oscar-winning actress/singer Jennifer Hudson is offering a $100,000 reward for the safe return of her 7-year-old nephew Julian King. Julian has been missing since Friday, when the bodies of Jennifer's mother Darnell Donerson and brother Jason Hudson were discovered dead from gunshot wounds in Donerson's home on Chicago's South Side. "Jennifer and her family appreciate the enormous amount of love, support and prayers they have received while she and her family try to cope with this tragedy and continue the search for Julian," said her publicist in a statement.
The John McCain presidential campaign volunteer who claimed she was robbed and mutilated by a black man who objected to the John McCain bumper sticker on her car has admitted she made the story up. Ashley Todd, who reportedly has a history of mental problems, told police she's not sure how she got the "B" that was carved into her face, and that the story about being attacked was false. TMZ reports that she will be charged with making a false report.
The Daily Mail reports that Madonna and Guy Ritchie are battling over staff to testify for them in their divorce. The couple's legal reps have reportedy sent summons to household and business staff belonging to the couple in both England and America.
Box Office Mojo reports that High School Musical 3: Senior Year was #1 at the box office over the weekend, taking in $42 million. It broke the opening weekend record for a musical set by Mamma Mia! over the summer. Saw V was #2 with $30 million.
Contact Music reports that Seth Rogen's new film, Zack and Miri Make A Porno, won't be shown at the the Megaplex Theatres in Utah towns Salt Lake City, Ogden, Lehi, and Sandy because of its sex scenes. "We feel it's very close to an NC-17 with its graphic nudity and graphic sex," said a spokesperson