HOLLYWOOD (CNN) -- Two Hollywood actors square off in the courtroom, and a Saturday Night Live star leaves the show.
Actors Kevin Costner and Stephen Baldwin faced off in a New Orleans courtroom Monday. Baldwin and a partner claim they were forced out of a $52 million deal.
Costner scored the deal with BP to clean up after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. A company owned by Costner sold 32 oil and water separation devices to BP
Baldwin and his partner claim they were duped into selling their company shares just before the deal was finalized.
The jury was selected Monday and the trial is expected to last two weeks.
She dumped him just four days before their wedding, but Crystal Harris is back in Hugh Hefner's arms. On Twitter, the 26-year-old Playmate confirms she's Hef's number one girl again.
On his own Twitter account, the Playboy founder said it was his secretary who convinced Crystal to come back. The pair became engaged in December of 2010, and were supposed to tie the knot last summer.
Another Saturday Night Live regular is saying farewell to late night comedy. After seven seasons, Andy Samberg says he won't be returning to the show.
His announcement comes just after fellow actor Kristen Wiig's goodbye last month.
The SNL star told MTV he'll certainly miss the people he worked with. Samberg's already set to star alongside Adam Sandler in the upcoming movie "That's My Boy" opening June 15.