Missed this weekend's entertainment news stories? We've got the latest on Amy Winehouse's tragic passing, along with Kristin Cavallari's wedding shutdown and some major Comic-Con scoop.
• Shocking Death: Amy Winehouse was found dead in her London home Saturday. Upon news of her passing, the "Rehab" crooner's celebrity friends (like Russell Brand) and fans alike poured out tributes on Twitter. Her family issued a statement: "Our family has been left bereft by the loss of Amy." Winehouse isn't the only famed musician who passed away at the age of 27. Kurt Cobain, Janis Joplin and Jimi Hendrix are among the group known as the 27 Club, but is that a dangerous age for performers?
• Girl Had Soul: While we took a look back at Winehouse discussing her love for music, we also paid tribute to the late singer by featuring her five greatest music videos.
• Wedding Wrapped: Kristin Cavallari and her Chicago Bears betrothed, Jay Cutler, called off their wedding.
• Box-Office Blitz: Captain America: The First Avenger knocked Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2 out of the top spot in this weekend's box office with $65.8 million. Potter raked in $48.1 million, followed by Friends With Benefits at $18.5 million.
• Party Time: Although Kim Kardashian and fiancé Kris Humphries celebrated their bachelor and bachelorette parties separately in Las Vegas Saturday evening, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star couldn't help but to crash her sweetie's shindig.
• Comic-Con Crazy: We took you inside the premiere of Cowboys and Aliens, as well as the E!/Syfy Comic-Con Party; Glee executive producer Brad Falchuck announced that Cory Monteith, Lea Michele and Chris Colfer won't be off the show for good, after all; Kristen Stewart joked to Snow White and the Huntsman costar Charlize Theron that she "takes herself very seriously" (we gave you a first look at stills from the upcoming flick as well);
• More Comic-Con: Henry Cavill talked about getting buff for the Immortals, the cast of Vampire Diaries dished on what's to come in season three, and The Killing's Joel Kinnaman thought it was hilarious that fans are angry about the neverending mystery of Rosie Larsen's killer. Meanwhile, True Blood creator Alan Ball let a few secrets slip about this season's upcoming episodes, and Channing Tatum explained why he slapped a woman in the face with a ketchup bottle in his new flick.
• Comic-Con Bust: Welsh actor Rhys Ifans, who stars as Spider-Man's nemesis the Lizard in the upcoming Amazing Spider-Man, was cited for misdemeanor battery for some "pushing and shoving" with a security guard right before the cast's panel began.
• Back in Business: Sean Kingston hopped on stage with Nicki Minaj in Miami for what was his first performance since his scary May 29 Jet Ski accident.
• Fringe Flare-Up: Joshua Jackson suffered a bad allergic reaction and was hospitalized Thursday evening. However, his rep, said he was "fine" and was released shortly thereafter.
• Not So Funny: Dave Chappelle's stand-up reportedly fell flat at a Miami charity event after a fan started to heckle him.
• Heading to Rehab: Weston Cage, son of Nicolas Cage, checked into rehab after he was charged with felony domestic violence last week.