Cars 2 revved past negative reviews and drove straight to the head of the box office this weekend.

The Pixar sequel surpassed the opening of its original in the process, raking in $68 million and more than doubling the haul of the second-place finisher, Cameron Diaz's well-performing Bad Teacher.

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Khloe Kardashian turns 27 years old today and we can think of numerous gifts the public might want to purchase for this reality star:

Talent, a personality, an iota of shame, some contribution to society that goes beyond Tweets, Facebook photos and constant complaints over her weight.

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Mourning the loss of his friend and Jackass co-star Ryan Dunn, Johnny Knoxville took to his blog this weekend to pen a tribute to the late stuntman.

Johnny, who spoke at Dunn's memorial service last week, said he wrote the blog post because it's "what I wished I could have told everyone then."

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Keeping up with their royal duties, Prince William and Kate Middleton paid tribute to UK servicemen and women Saturday on Britain's Armed Forces Day.

The Duke and Duchess were originally scheduled to spend 30 minutes with the guardsmen at William's first event as Colonel-in-Chief of the Irish Guards.

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Often-embattled and controversial R&B star Chris Brown triumphed last night at the BET Awards, taking home four awards, including the viewers' choice prize.

"I know it's been a long road, so I just appreciate every blessing that's been in front of me," Brown told the audience after accepting one of his many honors.

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Sightings of Michael Jackson's children are becoming less and less noteworthy, which is bittersweet. The intensely private Michael always shielded them from the public, but since his death, they've been living much more open existences.

Prince Michael, Paris Michael and Blanket (real name Prince Michael II), all put on their Sunday best as they left a church service in Los Angeles yesterday:

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Christopher Meloni has joined the growing, impressive list of stars in Zack Snyder's upcoming Superman reboot.

Titled Man of Steel, the film will feature Henry Cavill in the title role, Russell Crowe as Jor-El, Amy Adams as Lois Land and Kevin Costner and Diane Lane as Clark Kent's adoptive parents.

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