Gibson stalkers gets three years

LOS ANGELES - An Idaho drifter convicted of stalking Mel Gibson was sentenced Wednesday to three years in state prison.

Zack Sinclair, who had confronted Gibson after the release of the actor-director's film ''The Passion of the Christ,'' was convicted in March of one felony count of stalking.

DiCaprio files police report

LOS ANGELES - Leonardo DiCaprio has filed a police report over an attack at a Hollywood party that left him needing stitches.

The star of ''Titanic'' and ''The Aviator'' stated that he was attacked with a deadly weapon while attending a party given by Paris Hilton's ex-boyfriend, Rick Salomon, authorities said Tuesday. DiCaprio said his injuries required several stitches.

Play may end if Jones can't return

NEW YORK - The Broadway revival of ''On Golden Pond'' will close Sunday if its star, James Earl Jones, who is suffering from pneumonia, can't return to the production next week.

''No one wants to close this amazing production, and we're all eager to take down the provisional closing notice, but if he (Jones) is unable to return in the near future, closing is our most financially responsible decision,'' producer Jeffrey Finn said.

Concert moved from asphalt

LAS VEGAS - It might have been too hot to handle a crowd of 50,000 concertgoers in an asphalt parking lot near the Las Vegas Strip in the middle of a southern Nevada summer.

Las Vegas Centennial planners said Tuesday a July 2 outdoor concert featuring the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Weezer will instead be held on a grassy soccer field near Sam Boyd Stadium.

- From wire reports