Morning Links: First Look at ‘On the Road,’ Bobbi Kristina Will Carry On Whitney’s Legacy

● At last, the first trailer for the Walter Salles-directed On the Road has surfaced. Adventures are had, Kristen Stewart broods — looks good! [THR]

● A former assistant to Courtney Love is said to be shopping a tell-all book about her former employer, tentatively titled Get Me My Xanax. [NYDN]

● Bobbi Kristina Brown figures she’ll pick up where her mother left off. "We’re gonna do the singing thing. Some acting, some dancing," she told Oprah, in her first appearance since Whitney’s passing. "I have to carry on the legacy." [Us]

● Oliver Martinez has confirmed the whispered rumors: he and Halle Berry are officially engaged. [People]

The Sun reports that Kate Moss has welcomed young Kristen Stewart into her "posse," and suggests that the two are working on some sort of musical duet together with Moss’s hubby, The Kill’s Jamie Hince. One thing is for sure: many a cigarette has been smoked in the blossoming of his friendship. [TheSun]

● Screenwriter Simon Beaufoy of Slumdog Millionaire and 127 Days fame has been called on to write the second installment of The Hunger Games. [PageSix]

● Wit Stillman uses a strong side-eye to keep things PG on set. "“If you said a bad word on the open mike, [Whit would] look at you and shake his head,” explains Greta Gerwig, the star of his Damsels in Distress. [PageSix]

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