Tyra Banks testififes against stalker
NEW YORK - Supermodel-turned-TV host Tyra Banks, facing the man accused of stalking her, testified Wednesday that she feared for her safety when she learned he had entered the New York City building where she tapes her show.
Banks, 35, said her staff would not let her leave the building on March 18, 2008, because defendant Brady Green, a stranger to her, had shown up.
'I was about to leave and a bunch of people from my staff were saying, like, 'No, you can't leave.' They said he was in the building,' Banks testified.
Banks said that her staff had told her he had threatened one of her employees and was 'somebody I should watch out for.'
Former 'Prison Break' star out of prison
LOS ANGELES - Lane Garrison, who was serving a sentence of three years and four months for a drunken driving crash, has been released from prison.
The former 'Prison Break' actor was paroled and picked up early Wednesday from the California Correctional Institution in Tehachapi, Calif., Lt. Jon Bartelmie said.
Garrison was charged after a December 2006 crash in which he rammed his Land Rover into a tree, killing Vahagn Setian, 17.
Film promises two different secret endings
LOS ANGELES - Fans of 'Wolverine' who watched the online leak of the film won't miss one thing by skipping the theater - they'll miss at least two.
Director Gavin Hood said the theatrical version of 'X-Men Origins: Wolverine,' due out Friday, features two different 'Easter egg' endings. The short bits of footage play after the credits and reveal information about characters. Hood said different theaters may show different footage.
The full-length work print leaked last month has a different ending than the one recently screened for reporters.