A.M. Surf Report: Lindsay Lohan Returning To Rehab?; Justin Timberlake Launches His Own Label

Plus Mims hit with $7.5 million discrimination suit; Yayo associate charged in Henchman case; Liv Tyler denies Aerosmith split talk.

The news happens all the time, even while you’re enjoying a long 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:

This week’s Mixtape Monday is all about teamwork , with Swizz Beatz — recovering from a serious health scare — explaining how Kanye West ended up on an album that was supposed to be virtually guest-free, Dead Prez revealing that they’ve been working with Nas, and N.O.R.E. talking about a reunion with Capone that’s past its shaky stage and on solid ground …

Lindsay Lohan was arrested early Saturday on suspicion of driving under the influence after the car she was driving struck a curb in Los Angeles. Police say they also found a substance they believe to be cocaine in the car. …

Top spot at the weekend box office? Check. Biggest Memorial Day opening ever? Check. Biggest debut weekend overall? Not so much. “Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End” earned $142 million from Friday to Monday, more than enough to top the weekend box office chart but not the stuff to knock “Spider-Man 3″ from the all-time opening weekends list. …

Did you see “At World’s End” this weekend? Have any déjà vu-type experience? MTV Movies writer Larry Carroll maintains that “Pirates of the Caribbean” has a whole lot in common with the “Star Wars” trilogyCaptain Jack and Han Solo are two of a kind, for one. And Elizabeth Swann and Princess Leia both have the damsel-that-refuses-to-be-in-distress thing down — and gets the stars of “At World’s End” to share their own thoughts on the “Star Wars” similarities. …

Quote of the Day: “Normally, when you write a letter, it’s for the heart. This is not for the heart, it’s for the clubs and streets.” — N.O.R.E on his “Letter to Noriega” track

Here’s what everyone else is talking about:

It was some weekend for Lindsay Lohan, who followed up her Saturday arrest on suspicion of drunk driving with a new job, some unflattering cover shots and reports of a return to rehab. target="_blank">Variety reports that Lohan will star with Rosario Dawson and Shirley MacLaine in “Poor Things,” a comedy directed by Ash Baron Cohen (Sacha’s cousin), while New York’s Daily News and Post ran a paparazzi photo of Lindsay snoozing — or yawning — in a car on the cover of their Tuesday issues, reporting that the “passed out” shot was captured early Monday morning. According to In Touch, Lohan is returning to rehab and was expected to voluntarily enter Promises in Malibu, where Britney Spears did her 30 days. …

Justin Timberlake is launching his own label, Tennman Records, a joint venture with Interscope, label honcho Jimmy Iovine announced Tuesday. “I cannot wait to introduce the world to my new discoveries,” Timberlake said in a statement. …

Mims has been hit with a $7.5 million discrimination lawsuit — all for skipping out on a party. target="_blank">The New York Post reported Saturday that talent agent Marquita Blair filed a suit alleging that the rapper didn’t show up for a paid appearance at an April 5 party “because of his discriminatory attitude” toward women. Blair quoted Mims’ lyrics in the suit, which includes the claim that his music features the “belittlement and degradation of females as ‘bitches’ and ‘hoes.’ ” …

Nearly two months after Tony Yayo was charged with an alleged assault on the son of Jimmy “Henchman” Rosemond, another man has been charged with various misdemeanors for the incident, target="_blank">AllHipHop.com reports. Lawell Fletcher was charged May 21 with menacing, endangering the welfare of a child and assault. He’s accused of flashing a handgun at the 14-year-old. …

“Is iconic rock band Aerosmith about to be leaderless?” New York Post‘s “Page Six” posed that big question Monday, citing a “spy” who said Liv Tyler has been telling people that dad Steven will announce that he’s leaving the ranks because the rest of the bandmembers don’t appreciate him. But “Page Six” also reports that Liv’s rep said she’s “never said anything about her father leaving Aerosmith.” …

The Police kicked off their reunion tour in Vancouver, British Columbia, on Monday night, starting the set with “Message in a Bottle” and playing hits including “Roxanne,” “Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic” and “Walking on the Moon,” for a crowd that featured Eddie Vedder and Penélope Cruz Reuters reports. The band also played a six-minute version “Synchronicity,” joked onstage (“Since we haven’t been together in 25 years, I’d like to introduce the band. Andy, this is Stewart,” Sting said) and ended the show with “Next to You.” …

Hillary Clinton is changing her [campaign] tune [choices]. The top-five voted songs, plus the top-five write-ins — including Lenny Kravitz‘s “Are You Gonna Go My Way” and the Police‘s “Every LIttle Thing She Does Is Magic” — are href="http://www.hillaryclinton.com/action/spotlight/?sc=8" target="_blank">now up for the next round of votes. And remember, if you don’t vote, you can’t complain about hearing Smash Mouth‘s “I’m a Believer” for the next several months. …

Right Said Fred singer Richard Fairbrass was attacked by protesters while taking part in a gay-rights march in Moscow on Sunday, BBC News reports. Fairbrass was detained by Moscow police following the attack, and said he actually felt sorry for the man who hit him: “How threatened can he be, how insecure is he to be threatened by a bisexual pop singer who’s most famous for singing ‘I’m too sexy’?” …

Mischa Barton was rushed from a barbecue to a Los Angeles hospital on Sunday night after suffering an adverse reaction to medication, TMZ.com reports. She is “feeling much better,” according to her rep. … Ashley Judd‘s latest movie, “Bug” didn’t win the box-office race — come on, there was no way it was beating “Pirates” — but her husband, race-car driver Dario Franchitti, did take the top prize at the Indianapolis 500. …

And Charles Nelson Reilly, a gay game-show icon best known for his winking double-entendres on “The Match Game” in the 1970s, died Friday in Los Angeles from complications of pneumonia, The New York Times reports. Reilly, a Tony-award winning actor who was a Broadway and TV regular before he became a game-show fixture remembered for his flamboyant persona — and inimitable ascots-and-huge-eyeglasses personal style — was 76.