Deadline Hollywood reported Friday that the release of the Steve Jobs biopic "Jobs," starring Ashton Kutcher, has quietly been postponed, with no new date in sight.

For those keeping score at home, that's not a good sign.

Deadline Hollywood, however, reported that producers say the delay is aimed at affording more time to market the film (and not because it flat-out stinks).

The film, originally slated for release April 19, premiered at the Sundance Film Festival.

DE VITO, PERLMAN REUNITED (AND IT FEELS SO GOOD): Danny DeVito and Rhea Perlman have apparently called off their divorce.

She couldn't get Ted Danson to leave his wife, huh?

Perlman gave DeVito the boot six months ago and he's reportedly been working hard to get her back ever since. RadarOnline reported the 68-year-old actor couldn't live without his "soulmate," and in the months since their split he's done everything possible to make the 64-year-old actress happy.

"Danny has been moving heaven and earth to win Rhea back -- and it has worked," a source supposedly close to the couple told the website.

The source claims that DeVito took measures to make sure Perlman "felt special again."

Ahh ... jewelry. Good work.

"It was a necessity, Danny kind of took Rhea for granted for a few years and their marriage went stale because of that," explained RadarOnline's source. "They rarely did anything together and he was distracted with filming "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, which meant their marriage took a hit."

DeVito told "Extra" in December that the two were still close. "Actually, still together, just separate, but together," he said.

The two were married on Jan. 28, 1982, and have three adult children together.

MATT LAUER COULD REPLACE ALEX TREBEK: Matt Lauer may have found himself a new job, if reports are true that he's on his way out at the "Today" show.

The New York Post reported that Lauer is at the top of the list to replace Alex Trebek as host of "Jeopardy!" when Alex Trebek steps down in 2016.

Lauer is reportedly being at least partially blamed for "Today" falling to No. 2 in the ratings during its time slot, after 16 years on top.

The Post reported this week that Lauer is not expected to re-sign with "Today" when his $25-million-a-year deal expires in 2015.

Wow -- some of us turned down the wrong hallway at journalism school.

Trebek, 72, who suffered his second heart attack last summer., said in he was thinking about retiring this season. But Sony convinced him to sign one final, three-year contract -- taking him to age 76 -- to give producers enough time to find a next-generation successor.

I guess Will Ferrell was busy.

The Post said Sony is also strongly considering Anderson Cooper -- whose contract with CNN reportedly ends next year -- for Trebek's job.

Until recently, Sony reportedly was ready to try convincing Lauer to do double duty on the game show and the morning show. But that might not be such an issue anymore.

One source told the Post that Cooper -- who hosted a competitive reality show on ABC called "The Mole" before his CNN days -- likes the idea of hosting "Jeopardy."

Of course, final decisions on all these moves are at least a year-and-a-half away, and a lot can happen before then.

In other words, Will Ferrell still has a shot.

TAYLOR SWIFT DOES NOT LIKE TO BE CALLED BORING: Taylor Swift dumped Harry Styles because he called her "(expletive) boring."

Yep. That would probably do it.

According to Us Weekly, sources said Swift, 23, decided to put an abrupt end to their vacation in the British Virgin Islands after Styles, 19, called her boring. Sources said the couple was constantly fighting and on one occasion, Styles left Swift alone on a yacht.

When he returned, he said "I went to get drinks without you because you're so (expletive) boring."

Please Harry -- don't be so vague.

Styles' comment reportedly caused Swift to storm off, and they were done after that. The nastiness apparently went both ways, though, as Swift earlier reportedly told him, "You're lucky to even be with me," while complaining he wasn't spending enough time with her.

The couple actually dated earlier last year before Styles realized there were hundreds of thousands of girls who wanted to tear his clothes off and, at that point, cheated on Swift, reports say. Despite that, they gave it another try last fall, only to have the relationship end after a big fight.

DANIEL CRAIG LOSES IT IN SUPERMARKET: Daniel Craig nearly went James Bond on a man in a New York supermarket who tried taking a photo of Craig and his wife Rachel Weisz.

The fan reportedly took out his phone to take either a photo or a video of the couple when Craig yelled, "Is watching me food shopping with my wife really all that interesting to you?" and grabbed the phone out of the fan's hand, reports Daily Star.

Then he pulled out his pistol with silencer, shot the man in each knee, quickly shook himself a martini and escaped via rope ladder attached to a waiting helicopter.

Well ... it could've happen that way.

In reality, Weisz stepped in to calm her husband down.

"Daniel was really angry, and it looked at one point like he might even destroy the phone," a source told Daily Star. "But Rachel was much more calm, and quickly stepped in to give the guy a stern but polite lecture on privacy. She really defused the situation, which could have got out of hand."

"All right, then, luv," Craig said, turning to the man. "You win ... this time, mate. Cheerio. Now off with you ... until we meet again."

OK, that didn't happen either.

Craig returned the phone to its owner but asked him to delete whatever photo of theirs he captured on there. The fan reportedly agreed, and apologized.

According to the Huffington Post, in an interview with British GQ in 2012 Craig said his privacy is important.

"I think there's a lot to be said for keeping your own counsel," Craig said, months after he married Weisz with only four other people in attendance. "It's not about being afraid to be public with your emotions or about who you are and what you stand for. But if you sell it off it's gone. You can't buy it back -- you can't buy your privacy back."

LINDSAY LOHAN ANGRY WITH JUSTIN BIEBER: Justin Bieber won't be on Lindsay Lohan's Christmas card list anytime soon.

Sources close to Lohan supposedly told TMZ, she was "appalled" when she read what Bieber wrote about her earlier this week in his Instagram rant, during which he said, "... to those comparing me to Lindsay Lohan look at her 2012 tax statements ;)"

Bieber quickly deleted the insult and later apologized, but Lohan is telling friends it's too little, too late and karma will get him.

I guess, in this case, karma is a washed-up actress driving recklessly in a Porsche.

TMZ said Lohan feels Bieber's comments were "senseless and mean." Since she never had a problem with him, she has no idea why he chose to single her out, bullying her on an international platform.

It's kind of hard to see a 105-pound teen boy as a bully, but we'll go with it.

We'll keep you updated on this devastating Hollywood feud as events dictate.

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MARCH 16 IN HISTORY

Saturday is March 16, the 75th day of 2013. There are 290 days left in the year.

A.D. 37: Roman emperor Tiberius died; he was succeeded by Caligula.

1521: Portuguese navigator Ferdinand Magellan reached the Philippines, where he was killed by natives the following month.

1751: James Madison, fourth president of the United States, was born in Port Conway, Va.

1802: President Thomas Jefferson signed a measure authorizing the establishment of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y.

1850: Nathaniel Hawthorne's novel "The Scarlet Letter" was first published.

1912: Future first lady Pat Nixon was born Thelma Catherine Ryan in Ely, Nev.

1926: Rocket science pioneer Robert H. Goddard successfully tested the first liquid-fueled rocket, in Auburn, Mass.

1935: Adolf Hitler decided to break the military terms set by the Treaty of Versailles (vehr-SY') by ordering the rearming of Germany.

1945: During World War II, American forces declared they had secured Iwo Jima, although pockets of Japanese resistance remained.

1968: During the Vietnam War, the My Lai Massacre of Vietnamese civilians was carried out by U.S. Army troops; estimates of the death toll vary between 347 and 504.

1972: In a nationally broadcast address, President Richard M. Nixon called for a moratorium on court-ordered school busing to achieve racial desegregation.

1983: Radio and television star Arthur Godfrey died in New York at age 79.

1988: Protestant extremist Michael Stone launched a one-man gun-and-grenade attack on an Irish Republican Army funeral at Milltown Cemetery in Belfast, Northern Ireland, killing three of the mourners.

2008: Protests spread from Tibet into three neighboring provinces; the Dalai Lama decried what he called the "cultural genocide" taking place in his homeland and called for an international investigation into China's crackdown on demonstrators.

2012: A jury in New Brunswick, N.J., convicted former Rutgers University student Dharun Ravi in the webcam spying episode that ended in the suicide of his gay roommate, Tyler Clementi. (Ravi served less than a month in jail for invasion of privacy, bias intimidation and other counts; he's appealing his conviction.) Actor George Clooney and his father, Nick Clooney, were arrested during a protest outside the Sudanese Embassy in Washington.

BIRTHDAYS

Comedian-director Jerry Lewis (87), game show host Chuck Woolery (72), actor Erik Estrada (64), rock musician Nancy Wilson (Heart) (59), rapper Flavor Flav (Public Enemy) (54), actress Brooke Burns (35), rock musician Wolfgang Van Halen (22).

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