Hollywood celebrities seem to live in dog years instead of people years. More happens to them in one year than happens to the average person in seven. And that's true of days, too. Just the past few days, look at the stories (and celebs) that have broken:
Troubled star Lindsay Lohan gets to play often-troubled Elizabeth Taylor, while Demi Lovato talks about how easy it is to sink into depression and dependency in Hollywood. James Cameron goes from exploring the deepest trench on the planet to looking outward in an enterprise that seeks to mine asteroids for profit. And it comes out that "Taxi" actress Marilu Henner is one of only a dozen people certified to have a rare memory condition that allows her to recall details of every single day in her life. I could have used her as a roommate during my college years, that's for sure. Former "E.R." star Noah Wyle is behind bars after being one of about 100 demonstrators arrested in Washington, D.C. for protesting Medicaid cuts—he does know he's not a real doctor, right? And on the new projects scene, writers for "The Smurfs" are reportedly working on a "Ringling Brothers" circus project for Paramount that will play to families like "Night at the Museum."
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