"Titanic" earns 2 billion, Bobby Brown pleads not guilty to D.U.I.

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"Titanic" has sailed beyond the 2 billion dollar mark in lifetime ticket sales. Thanks to the film's re-release in 3D, it took in about 100 million more over the weekend. It now stands as only one of two films in history to earn more than 2 billion. The other is another James Cameron film, "Avatar."

Bobby Brown has pleaded not guilty to driving under the influence. The singer - and ex-husband of Whitney Houston - was not required to be in court to make the plea. He was arrested in California last month for talking on his cell phone while driving and failed a field sobriety test.

Finally, "Matilda the Musical" has won a record seven Olivier Awards - the U.K.'s version of the Tonys - becoming the most recognized single production in the event's 36-year history. Among the awards it won was best actress - which was presented to all four girls who share the title role.

Bob Mezan, Reuters.