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• Sad News: Following the tragic death of Sylvester Stallone's son, Sage, more details have emerged about the circumstances, including news of prescription bottles found in his home. Sage's attorney, George Braunstein, also told E! News Sage's death was a shock to his family and friends, saying he "wasn't someone trying to take his life." Meanwhile, Celeste Holm passed away Sunday morning at her New York home. The Oscar winner was 95.
• Mad Dash: Kim Kardashian and Kanye West made fans go wild at the opening of the Kardashian sisters' DASH store in West Hollywood Saturday when they showed up in Kim's black Rolls-Royce.
• Tom's Busy Weekend: Tom Cruise was snapped planting a wet one on costar Olga Kurylenko on the set of their upcoming flick, Oblivion, which wrapped Sunday. A source close to Cruise says the actor's "No. 1 priority right now" is seeing daughter Suri.
• School Days: Speaking of, following their whirlwind weekend of outings around New York City, Katie Holmes has enrolled Suri in Manhattan's prestigious Convent of the Sacred Heart school, E! News confirmed this weekend. Also, the two got pretty in pink.
Comic-Con We have all the scoop from San Diego this weekend, including Peter Jackson hoping to make The Hobbit a trilogy, Quentin Tarantino talking about Django Unchained, details on the Godzilla reboot, True Blood secrets, Man of Steel production news, info on Glee and Fringe and much more! Also, check out the new Superman and Iron Man suits and listen to Jamie Foxx dish on Leonardo DiCaprio. Oh, and don't forget those uncensored quotes from our favorite stars.
• Downsizing Idol: Steven Tyler and Jennifer Lopez may not be the only judges leaving American Idol, according to reports that execs on the show want to downsize the show for it's upcoming 12th season, cutting budgets, staff and salaries.
• Box-Office Stomp: Ice Age: Continental Drift froze the competition at this weekend's box office, owning the top spot with $46 million, followed by The Amazing Spider-Man at $35 million and Ted at $22.1 million.