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Brad Pitt was rushed and punched by a famed celebrity prankster on the red carpet last night while Angelina Jolie looked on.

Brad and Angelina were posing on the red carpet at El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood for the premiere of Jolie’s latest film Maleficent. The two were posing for the paparazzi when a man, later ID’d as Vitali Sediuk, jumped the barrier and ran toward Pitt.

The 12 Years a Slave actor was signing autographs and greeting fans when the man swung, making contact with his face, before being taken down by security. This isn’t the first time Sediuk has made an appearance on the red carpet – you may remember him as the man who hopped the barrier and hid under America Ferrara’s skirt a few weeks ago at Cannes. He also tried to kiss Will Smith on the red carpet months ago.

Find out more about Vitali’s antics here.

Chelsea Handler’s reign is about to come to an end.

E! announced in a press release that Handler’s hit talk show, Chelsea Lately, will end on August 27th. The network’s planned a special hour-long event to send Chelsea off after countless years of bringing the late night laughs.

Chelsea added a statement to the release, bidding her late night gig farewell:

“I myself am more surprised than anyone that I was able to hold down a job for seven years, and it was a fantastic seven years. I will always look back at my time on E! as most people look back at their time in college. I’m glad I went.”

Tina Fey, Jason Bateman and Jonathan Trooper are teaming up for a morbid, but hilarious comedy the likes of which you’ve never seen before.

This Is Where I Leave You is a story about four siblings who are forced to return home after the death of their father. Naturally, bringing a big family together brings about major family drama – and plenty of laughs.

The film, which also stars Adam Driver, Corey Stoll and Jane Fonda, hits theaters September 12th. Check out the trailer above.

Nineties kids, hold onto your seats.

Just days after Reading Rainbow star LeVar Burton began a Kickstarter campaign to bring back the hit children’s show, his campaign has reached its $1 million goal.

LeVar reached his goal in just a few short hours, with more than 25,000 donors contributing more than $1,100,000. According to GossipCop, three donors pledged $10,000 each.

Though the goal has been reached, the campaign will continue through July in the hopes that more donors will come forward, allowing Burton and his team to “stretch goals.”

“Never in my wildest dreams did I imagine that we would reach out goal on the very first day,” LaVar told Deadline. “People are getting involved – it’s been pretty overwhelming.”

Meadow Walker’s guardianship case has been closed.

A family court judge has determined that it’s best if Paul Walker’s daughter live with her biological mother, Rebecca Soteros. The judge’s decision puts an end to an ongoing legal battle between Meadow’s mother and grandmother, who claimed that Soteros was an unfit parent due to a struggle with alcoholism.

According to E!, both sides actually reached an agreement just weeks after Paul’s mother filed for guardianship, but L.A. Superior Court Commissioner David Cowan refused to dismiss the case until a full investigation into Meadow’s home life had been conducted.

SOURCE: Us Magazine, Gawker, GossipCop, E! Online | PHOTO/VIDEO CREDIT: WENN, Facebook, Warner Bros.