HOLLYWOOD (CNN) -- The infamous "Big" is a married man, and the success of "The Hunger Games" wasn't enough to keep its director.
The Los Angeles County Coroner's Office has officially ruled Whitney Houston's death an "accident" caused by "drowning." It released its final report on the death of singer Whitney Houston Wednesday. With that, the Beverly Hills Police Department has officially closed the case.
The singer was found dead in the bathtub of her Beverly Hills hotel room Feb. 11. The Beverly Hills police have also just released audio tapes of a 911 call related to her death.
Part of it is:
Dispatcher: "911 emergency.. "
Caller: "Hi how are you doing.. this is Beverly Hilton."
Dispatcher: "Hi what's going on?"
Caller: "I need a paramedic.. apparently I got a 46-year-old female found in the bathroom.. that's all i got right now but they're requesting paramedics."
Actor Chris Noth, also known as "Mr. Big" in Sex in the City, has tied the knot. He married Tara Wilson, his long-time fiancé and mother of his 4-year-old son in Hawaii on April 6. Noth currently stars in the CBS series "The Good Wife."
If you enjoyed the movie "The Hunger Games" you may want to know the next movie "Catching Fire" won't have the same director.
Gary Ross confirms he is bowing out of the franchise. He says there's not enough time to make the movie he would have wanted.
"Catching Fire" is scheduled to release in November of 2013. Since its March 23 release, "The Hunger Games" has made $306 million in the United States.