— Daniel Radcliffe is ready to put his wizarding wand away for good. At the London premiere of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part One on Thursday, the 21-year-old actor said he isn't sure he'd return to the franchise if author J.K. Rowling were to write an eighth book. "Oh God, she promised me categorically that there wouldn't be another book involving Harry," Radcliffe said. "I think 10 years is a long time to spend with one character." [CNN]
— Samantha Ronson is being sued for $750,000 after her dog Cadillac allegedly attacked and killed a neighbor's puppy in August. According to documents filed by Farnouche Kamran in L.A. on Friday, Ronson's dog allegedly bit and attacked people and other dogs prior to the incident. [TMZ]
— True Blood's Ryan Kwanten and Immortals' Isabel Lucas are starring in Gap's 2010 holiday campaign. The actors join Community's Donald Glover and other celebs in the ads, which also promote each star's own personal causes. Gap will donate $1 to a charity each time a person likes one of the celebs' videos on Facebook. [Just Jared]
— Is Tori Spelling headed to daytime TV? The 37-year-old actress has a development deal with ABC to star in a talk show opposite Flipping Out's Jeff Lewis. Described as a sit-down chatfest take on of Will & Grace, Spelling and Bravo star lewis reportedly filmed a pilot last week and "had great chemistry." [Perez Hilton]
— Oprah Winfrey tops Forbes' list of top-earning women in Hollywood, raking in an estimated $315 million for the year ending in June. Beyonce comes in second place with $87 million, while Britney Spears rounds out the top three with an estimated $64 million. [OMG!]
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