ANNOUCNED: The wait is over, and Indiana Jones is coming to DVD, with all three of his adventures to be released in a single package on Nov. 4. (The movies will not, however, be released on DVD individually.) The set will contain Harrison Ford in 1981’s “Raiders of the Lost Ark,” 1984’s “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom” and 1989’s “Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.” Behind-the-scene extras will be included on the discs, which will have a suggested retail price of $49.95.
SUED: New York surgeon Nader Paksima is suing rapper 50 Cent (real name: Curtis Jackson), 27, alleging he owes more than $32,000 in ER fees for the treatment of gunshot wounds nearly three years ago, the Smoking Gun Web site reports. According to the civil complaint, filed in Manhattan Supreme Court on Tuesday, Dr. Paksima has made repeated requests for payment, to no avail. The rapper’s lawyer did not return Reuters’ calls for comment.
WON: New York-based independent music label TVT Records won a $132 million verdict against industry heavyweight Island Def Jam Music Group and its top executive on Tuesday, in a dispute over an unreleased record by rapper Ja Rule that TVT contended had been blocked by Def Jam’s parent, Universal Music Group, reports the Associated Press. “We’re disappointed with the jury’s verdict,” said Matthew S. Dontzin, a lawyer for Island Def Jam.
ARRESTED: Actor Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs, 49, who played Sweathog Freddie “Boom Boom” Washington on TV’s “Welcome Back Kotter,” was arrested facing charges of misdemeanor domestic battery for allegedly pushing a woman friend to the ground during an argument while the two were skating along Venice Beach Sunday, police tell AP. The actor was booked, with bond set at $20,000, and was released from custody late Monday.