ROLL CALL: Timberlake Films Near Brit's Hometown & 'Office' Star Poses As Lohan

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Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenaningans

Justin Films Near Britney's Hometown: Justin Timberlake is back in front of the camera, filming "The Open Road," playing the son of a baseball legend. Justin is filming the baseball pic in Hammond, Louisiana, just 20 miles away from Brit's hometown of Kentwood. Locals in Hammond are excited to have Justin in their town. "He was very nice," local waitress Sarah Guillo told People. "He took a picture with me and gave me an autograph for my little sister."

Carey Speaks Out About Pink: Despite being knee deep in a divorce, Carey Hart is professing his continued love for his soon-to-be ex-wife, Pink, saying, "Above and beyond everything, we are the best of friends and she is the love of my life," he told People. Carey and a group of friends were celebrating the grand opening of Ago restaurant at the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas. No word from the Pink camp on the state of her feelings.

Jenna Fischer As Lindsay Lohan: "Office" star Jenna Fisher posed as Lindsay Lohan for a Vanity Fair photo shoot and found that being in front of the camera as the troubled actress/singer was more difficult than she imagined. "I couldn't sleep the night before the shoot because I was so nervous to be shot by Annie Leibovitz. As a result I would sit and stare off into space when she was focusing on the other girls," Jenna told Page Six. "Then all of a sudden I'd hear Annie say, 'That's perfect, Jenna!' and she'd be clicking away," the actress says.

Uncle K-Fed: The Federline clan continues to grow. K-Fed's younger brother, Cameron, welcomed a baby girl, Us Magazine reports. A source reveals to Us the baby was born with an upper respiratory illness, but "she is OK now, and they are doing great." The source adds, "Kevin is really excited to be an uncle." Sean Preston and Jayden James better be ready to share their toys.

'Dexter' The Video Game: America's favorite serial killer, "Dexter," leaped from Showtime to CBS and now he's slashing his way into a video game. Showtime and Ecko Entertainment are expected to announce the upcoming video game today, IGN.com reports. "Dexter is the extremely rare TV show with enough layers of action and tension to translate perfectly into a compelling videogame," said Marc Fernandez, Vice President of Marc Ecko Entertainment. Its not known if you can play as Dexter's foul-mouthed sister Deb, but we sure hope so!

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