A.M. Surf Report: Sanjaya's A Presidential Concern; 'Hulk' Chooses A Bruce; Harry Potter's Wild Ride

Hillary Clinton tackles 'Idol' issue; Edward Norton joins 'Hulk' film; Potter theme park in the works.

The news happens all the time, even while you're enjoying your weekend. Check out this brief rundown to bring you up to speed this morning — a quick heads up from your friends at MTV News.

Here's what we've got:

Footage of Tru-Life dissing Snoop Dogg has surfaced on YouTube, but Snoop, who is helping to launch Tru's debut album, tells us he isn't sweating it. "Why not let Snoop Dogg executive produce his album and stand behind him and let him know the West Coast loves him?" Snoop explained. "We all gotta understand this music thing could be taken away from us if we don't react the right way." ...

Say you wrote a song that your brother might want to record, but you want it too. By the way, you're J-Lack and your brother is Usher. Fat chance winning that battle, right? Well, Lloyd pulled it off. The singer told us that after bugging J-Lack and Usher about the track — and refusing to give in — he finally got it for himself. "I would go as far as to say, yeah, 'Get It Shawty' was probably for Usher's album," he said. ...

Shia LaBeouf beat Halle Berry and Bruce Willis over the weekend, as "Disturbia" scored #1 at the box office, earning more than twice what "Perfect Stranger" pulled in for #4. "Blades of Glory" skates into second place after two weeks on top. ...

Quote of the Day: "If a girl getting her eye cut off on camera, a guy getting his leg sawed off with a chainsaw on camera ... and kids bashing in a skull with a rock on camera isn't gory enough for you, then I think you need help." — Eli Roth

Here's what everyone else is talking about:

If Hillary Clinton wants to be president, she's got to answer the tough questions, like one posed on a New Hampshire radio call-in show station on Saturday: What can we do about Sanjaya Malakar?

"That's the best question I've been asked in a long time," Clinton said. (We really hope that isn't true.) "People can vote for whomever they want," she continued, according to The Associated Press. "That's true in my election, and it's true on 'American Idol.' " ...

You're not going to like Edward Norton when he's angry. Marvel Studios has cast the actor as Bruce Banner in "The Incredible Hulk," Variety reports. The movie, which is expected to follow the tone of the comic more closely than Ang Lee's 2003 "Hulk" film, will shoot this summer for a June 13, 2008 release. ...

Harry Potter fans may soon be able to live the magic — and wait on some really long lines. Deadline Hollywood Daily reports that there's a Harry Potter World theme park in the works at Universal Studios Florida. ...

Would Will Smith really give up his blockbuster movie career for another shot with DJ Jazzy Jeff? World Entertainment News Network says he would, at least temporarily. "Right now, the plan is we are supposed to go out on tour together at the end of this year," Smith said, according to the report. ...

"American Idol" vets Kimberley Locke, Bucky Covington, Vonzell Solomon, Jon Peter Lewis and Carmen Rasmussen are lined up to be teachers at Idol Camp, E! Online reports. Camper applications are due Wednesday — and they're only accepting Idol wannabes age 12-15. ...

If you make it to Idol Camp, you probably won't be practicing your scales with Paris Bennett. The season-five finalist spoke out in a Minneapolis radio interview last week (TMZ.com posted an MP3 of her comments) to say that the show "isn't going for talent anymore," so she is aligning with VoteForTheWorst.com — and risking sounding like a seriously sore loser while implicating, but not naming, other season-five finalists in the plot. "We want to see [Sanjaya] win because it'll kind of prove that 'American Idol' is kind of losing its taste," she said. ...

Romeo is going to college — on a full athletic scholarship, AllHipHop.com reports. He will attend the University of Southern California and play for the school's basketball team while pursuing a degree in business administration. ...

And Blabbermouth.net reports that Gilby Clarke released a statement insisting that he hasn't left Rock Star Supernova, despite ET Canada's report to the contrary. Here's hoping ET's name-change story is true.