By Stephen M. Silverman
Updated October 08, 2002 12:00 PM

RENAMED: Columbia Pictures has slapped a new title on its “Charlie’s Angels” sequel, starring Drew Barrymore, Cameron Diaz and Lucy Liu, Variety reports. It will be “Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle,” rather than the previously announced “Charlie’s Angels: Halo.” The June 27 opening date remains unchanged.

SPLIT: “Renegade” actor Lorenzo Lamas, 44, has announced that he and his wife of six years, former Playboy Playmate Shauna Sand, are separating, due to incompatibility, the Associated Press reports. He said they were seeking “the best advice to ensure that our three children are protected and loved.” Their children are daughters Alexandra, 5; Victoria, 4; and Isabella Lorenza, 20 months. This was Lamas’s fourth marriage.

DONATED: Mick Jagger, 59, has given $150,000 to help youngsters at his alma mater, the Dartford Grammar School in southern England, the Associated Press reports. The Rolling Stone said he wants the money to be used for programs that will encourage children to study music.

TAPPED: NBC has sealed a deal with Cher, 56, to tape a two-hour concert special during her two-night stint at the American Airlines Arena in Miami Nov. 6 and 7, to be broadcast sometime midseason, Variety reports. The program will mark the diva’s first network concert special in years. Her most recent shows — including 1999’s “Cher — Live in Concert” — have aired on HBO (which, like PEOPLE, is part of AOL Time Warner).

SWIPED: Some $4,000 in petty cash has been stolen from the offices of David Letterman in Manhattan, The New York Times reports. The money, along with a change purse, was taken around 12:30 p.m. Sunday, police told the paper, adding that the burglar was camera-smart enough to know to cover the surveillance equipment that was keeping an eye on the premises.