The day's top showbiz news and headlines including Lindsay Lohan says "numb" about jail sentence, Arnold Schwarzenegger to be the Terminator again, and Kate Hudson is engaged.
REUTERS / THE TONIGHT SHOW WITH JAY LENO - Lindsay Lohan made an appearance on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" and said she felt "kind of numb" after being sentenced to 120 days behind bars. In her first interview since her latest jail stint, Lohan called her recent troubles "a wake-up call." The actress was sentenced to jail and more than 400 hours of community service for a probation violation. She's appealing the ruling.
Arnold Schwarzenegger is reviving his most famous character - the Terminator. The former Californiagovernor has signed on to star in what will be the fifth film in the Terminator franchise. Don't expect it in theaters anytime soon, though - a script still hasn't been written.
Darren Aronofsky will chair the 2011 Venice Film Festival. The Oscar-nominated director won Venice's top prize, the Golden Lion, in 2008 with "The Wrestler," and opened the festival last year with "Black Swan." The fest will run from August 31 to September 10.
Kate Hudson is engaged to Matt Bellamy, lead singer of the British rock band Muse. The actress announced the engagement on morning talk show "Today." While no wedding date has been announced, the couple are expecting their first child.
Finally, Jennifer Lopez will take part in the fourth "Ice Age" cartoon, "Ice Age: Continental Drift." She'll voice the role of Shira, a saber-toothed tiger. Also lending his talents will be Oscar-nominated actor Jeremy Renner. The first three "Ice Age" films have grossed nearly 2 billion dollars at the worldwide box office.
Bob Mezan, Reuters.