Movies: Actress and singer Jennifer Lopez is attempting to block ex-husband Ojani Noa from releasing and marketing old home videos in which her vagina is exposed. Legal system, don't fail us now! [Radar]

TV: Frank Darabont, the writer/executive producer/director of AMC's The Walking Dead, has let go of the show's writing staff despite its renewal for a 13-episode second season. Guess they were writing the zombie grunts and groans all wrong. [Deadline]

Crime: British police are looking for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who has been accused of rape in Sweden. Those allegations are entirely unrelated to the many people whose rectums are sore from his site's whistle blowing. [Guardian]

Books: David Hedrick, the Tea Partier who failed in his bid to become a Congressman, has written a Tea Party children's book called The Liberal Clause, in which Barack Obama threatens to destroy Christmas. Finally, the upside of illiteracy! [Huffington Post]

Movies: Director Christopher Nolan is calling it quits with the Batman franchise after The Dark Knight Rises. What a shame. Part four of a series is usually the strongest. [Comic Book Resource]