STAMPED: Actor John Wayne will get his due on a new postage stamp that was unveiled Saturday, AP reports. The Duke will appear on the U.S. Postal Service's annual "Legends of Hollywood" stamps. It's not the first time the legendary actor has been stamped. Wayne's likeness was previously issued on a 25-cent stamp honoring classic films from 1939 (Wayne appeared in "Stagecoach" that year) in 1990. The new commemorative stamp was released during a fund-raiser for the John Wayne Cancer Institute. Wayne died of cancer in 1979.
QUOTED: "It's like 'Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.' When you walked into Willy's factory, you had no idea what the game was." -- Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban talking about the unspecified tasks facing contestants on his upcoming ABC reality-TV show "The Benefactor," AP reports
AWARDED: Mickey Rooney, a veteran of more than 200 films, was recognized for a different sort of service Sunday night. At the National D-Day Memorial, Rooney received a special award for his two years of service in World War II. The 83-year-old actor received the award from another veteran, AP reports. "I'm very proud to have just played a small part with what I did," he said.
SAFE: Actress Dyan Cannon was reported safe after a fire broke out in her West Hollywood condominium, leading to the evacuation of residents in her high-rise building on Sunday morning, AP reports. Cannon, who most recently appeared in "Kangaroo Jack," was awoken by an alarm in her eighth-floor unit. A Los Angeles County fire spokesman said the blaze, which began in the 67-year-old actress's condo, was probably due to an electrical malfunction. About 200 people from the building were evacuated. Cannon was taken to the hospital for smoke inhalation but was reportedly in good condition.