What's Happening in the Entertainment World 11/22/12
Jimi Hendrix died in 1970 but he still has a new album coming out next year.
The musician's website says "People, Hell and Angels" contains 12 previously unreleased tracks recorded in 1968 and '69.
Hendrix recorded the songs apart from his band the Jimi Hendrix Experience. He played keyboards, percussion and guitar on the tracks.
The new album comes out on March 5, as part of a celebration of the 70th anniversary of Hendrix's birth.
Lindsay Lohan created quite a stir when she arrived almost an hour late for the premiere of her new Lifetime movie "Liz and Dick".
The 26-year-old actress, who stars as screen diva Elizabeth Taylor in the TV biopic, went for an old-Hollywood glamour look on the red carpet.
After years of personal problems, Lohan said she felt proud to be interviewed for her work as an actress and not for her latest run in with the law.
Lohan sot: it's such an iconic story of love and defeat and loving it and Elizabeth Taylor was such an icon of mine and so many other people's that it was an important film to pick correctly."
Tired of having your friends hear your voice on voicemail.
Wouldn't it be cool to have Morgan Freeman tell your callers to listen for the beep?
How about William Shatner saying please leave a message?
For $299, the advocacy group Autism Speaks is offering custom-recorded messages from those celebrities as well as Will Ferrell, Carrie Fisher, Tom Hanks, Derek Jeter, Leonard Nimoy, Patrick Stewart and Ed Asner.
From Dec. 3 to Dec. 9, a limited number of 20-second long MP3 messages will be recorded by each celebrity on a first-come, first-served basis for fans to do with as they wish.