Apocalyptic action-flick "World War Z," which opens today, features lots (billions, actually) of zombies clamoring to spread a new disease to the rest of the world while one man races to find the source of the outbreak and, hopefully, a cure. But "these are not your mama's zombies," according to our review of the film. They're fast and have some pretty extra-human powers. The film is "intense, scary and gripping" and for nearly the first hour you'll be "sitting on the edge of your seat." (story)

Miley Cyrus is defending her new song, "We Can't Stop," telling Rolling Stone magazine that it isn't about drugs and doesn't contain drug references. Miley defended using the term "molly" in the song, which is a reference to party drug ecstasy, but she says her southern accent makes saying her own name sound like "molly," so the "molly" she appears to be referring to is actually herself. Her publicist recently denied the reference also. But neither have denied another lyric in the song: "And everyone in line in the bathroom / Trying to get a line in the bathroom." Trying to get a line of what? a betting line? A phone line? (story)

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have decided on a name for their new baby girl. Sort of. The internet exploded with reports that the couple named their daughter "North" on Friday because the birth certificate said so. We're calling BS. Most hospitals make parents fill out the birth certificate and put something in the "Name" space, even if they plan on changing it later (which could cost a fee, but we're sure Kimye can handle it), in order to be discharged. The couple left the hospital with their new bundle of joy late Thursday night. Did they really name their baby North (reportedly "Nori" for short and listing no middle name), or will it end up being something else? (story)

Speaking of Miley & Kim: both stars have been named to a recent "Worst Celebrity Role Models" list, with Miley taking first place and Kim coming in fourth. Kanye also made the list on the guys' side, coming in second to Chris Brown. (story)

Jennifer Lopez has been honored with -- the 2500th star on the illustrious Hollywood Walk of Fame, where stars can get themselves immortalized on the sidewalk for a small fee of about $30K. The singer/actress got teary-eyed when she gave her acceptance speech, probably because she's out $30K now. (story)

TV personality Paula Deen recently admitted to using the "n-word" in the past, saying the last time was when she was held at gunpoint during a bank robbery in 1986. But she defended using the term, saying she's not a racist and since she's over 60 and from the south that those were different times. The former manager of her Savanna, Georgia, restaurant is suing her for making racist remarks, among other things. She claims that Deen told her to staff her brother's wedding with an all-black service staff so it would be just like the slavery era. (story)

Johnny Depp fell off his horse while filming "The Lone Ranger" last summer, and the scary video footage has been released. Depp's saddle was reported too loose and he lost his grip, falling from the horse and being nearly trampled. He avoided serious injury, but at the time the crew didn't think so, judging by their reactions. The star sustained a few bruises and was thankful he didn't break his coccyx. (story)

Jamie-Lynn Sigler and other stars have paid tribute to actor James Gandolfini, who died of natural causes on Wednesday after suffering a "massive heart attack" while on a trip to Italy. "The Sopranos" star was just 51-years-old. (story)

Fashion designers Dolce & Gabbana were handed a 20-month suspended prison sentence after an Italian court found them guilty of tax evasion. The two were also ordered to pay up some serious back taxes along with a hefty fine because they opened a dummy company in nearby Luxembourg in order to skirt around higher Italian taxes. (story)