Afternoon Links: Iran Accuses London Olympics of Racism, Charlie Sheen’s Publicist Quits

● Charlie Sheen enabler friend Alex Jones went on The View today to discuss all things Sheen, and ended up declaring that “America is turning into a police state.” Things are getting weird. [Gawker.TV] ● HBO has passed on Tilda, the highly-anticipated comedy starring Diane Keaton as a fictionalized version of secretive Hollywood journalist Nikki Finke. [THR] ● Iran has a bone to pick with the London Olympics. They claim the logo for the 2012 games resembles the word “Zion,” and might boycott the games because of it. The 100-meter sprint was just blown wide open. [HuffPo]

● Breaking news in the ever-evolving Charlie Sheen Roadshow! His publicist, Stan Rosenfield, has resigned. Wait! Breaking, breaking news! Charlie Sheen won’t let him resign, so he fired him! [TMZ, TMZ] ● One of the stranger SNL hosts in recent memory will be Sir Elton John, who graces studio 8H with his presence on April 2. John will not, however, be the musical guest. That honor goes to Billly Joel. (Kidding.) [THR] ● Here’s the first clip of Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts in Larry Crowne, a film that was also written and directed by Hanks. [Moviefone]

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