Carrie Fisher's 'Star Wars' Comeback; Affleck's Batmobile Revealed ... Sort of

Carrie Fisher Prepares for New ‘Star Wars’ Film
PHOTO: Actress Carrie Fisher attends the Backstage At The Geffen annual fundraiser held at Geffen Playhouse, March 22, 2014 in Los Angeles.
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Carrie Fisher's famous mom, Debbie Reynolds, said her daughter dropped 40 pounds as she readies to reprise her role as Princess Leia in the new “Star Wars” movie.

"She’s very excited about it," Reynolds told Extra. "She’s been on a diet ever since, because you know they have to be up to par, so she looks terrific."

Your move, Han Solo.

Casey Kasem Is Missing
PHOTO: Casey Kasem is pictured on Aug. 29, 2009 in Malibu, Calif.
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Casey Kasem is missing, according to a judge who ordered an investigation into the whereabouts of the former "Top 40" host.

One of the radio legend's children told ABC News last year that Kasem, 82, has advanced Parkinson's disease and is unable to speak.

Kasem’s children say their stepmother had barred them from seeing their father. This is the family’s second bitter court battle over visitation.

Daughter Kerri Kasem had sought a temporary conservatorship and was appointed her father's temporary caretaker Monday. Her attorney, Troy Martin, said the family believes the entertainer has been taken to an Indian reservation in Washington state, according to the AP.

Murphy's order came after Craig Marcus, an attorney who appeared on Jean Kasem's behalf at Monday's hearing, said he did not know where the radio personality was but that he was "no longer in the United States."

Read More: Where In the World Is Casey Kasem?

Ben Affleck's Batmobile Revealed ... Sort of
PHOTO: Zack Snyder posted this photo on Twitter with this caption: "Could be time to pull the tarp...Tomorrow?" May 12, 2014.

Coming soon to the streets of Gotham City: Ben Affleck's new Batmobile.

"Man of Steel " director Zack Snyder tweeted a photo of the hot wheels, which were partially covered by a tarp.

"Could be time to pull the tarp...Tomorrow?" Snyder wrote.

Cue the fan freak outs!

Bad Mozzarella Leads to Arrests in Italy
PHOTO: Mozzarella and herbs are pictured in this stock image.
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Mozzarella is a serious business in Italy.

Police shut down a mozzarella factory and arrested 13 people after finding out that the cheese makers were using imported cow's milk instead of local buffalo milk, according to The Associated Press.

The cheese also contained as much as 20 times the permissible level of bacteria, police told the AP.

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