A.M. Surf Report: Paris Hilton’s Visitors Cause Jail Commotion; Nicole Richie Gears Up For DUI Trial; Snoop’s ‘Beautiful’ Beer Ad Inspires Lawsuit

Plus Amy Winehouse joins Rolling Stones onstage; 'Fantastic Four' director picks up 'Losers.

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:

The first clock on Rage Against the Machine‘s RATM82407.com ticked down to zero this morning , revealing, as speculated , that the band will play a show in East Troy, Wisconsin, on August 24. Tickets go on sale Friday. …

After spending the past week checking in and out of (and back in to) jail, Paris Hilton announced Saturday that she will not appeal her sentence . “During the past several days, I have had a lot of time to reflect and have already learned a bitter, but important lesson from this experience,” Hilton said in a statement. …

Twista told us that he’s tried to keep his lyrics so tight that there hasn’t always been room for all that he’s thinking. For the rest, you had to check out his column in Chicago’s Red Eye. But now, Twista is prepared to put it all in his songs . “I’mma fuse both of them together — my music with the way I write in my column — so you can really hear Twista’s perspective on a musical level,” he told us. “I’m trying to take it there.” …

And Ocean’s Thirteen” won the weekend’s box office jackpot , coming in at #1 with $37 million, way ahead of fellow newbies “Surf’s Up” and “Hostel: Part II.” …

Quote of the Day: “I don’t know about you guys, but I’m desensitized. … Every video the girls get prettier and prettier and prettier.” — Pharrell

Here’s what everyone else is talking about:

Paris Hilton is expected to serve out the remainder of her sentence in the medical ward of the Twin Towers Correctional Facility, according to TMZ.com, while E! Online’s Planet Gossip reports that Paris spoke with Barbara Walters on the phone over the weekend, and Walters is going to spill the details on Monday’s “The View.” In other Paris incarceration news, Nicky Hilton and Stavros Niarchos visited jail on Sunday, People reports, allegedly skipping the line to avoid photographers and earning the ire of other inmates’ family members. …

Paris’ friend and “Simple Life” co-star Nicole Richie still has her own case pending. She is due in court June 21, New York’s Daily News reported Saturday, to face charges of misdemeanor DUI stemming from a February incident in which she was spotted driving the wrong way on a L.A. freeway. Richie, who has a previous DUI on her record, faces a mandatory jail sentence if convicted. …

Charlie Wilson filed suit against EMI and Heineken on Friday, alleging that he didn’t authorize the use of the song “Beautiful,” his collaboration with Snoop Dogg and Pharrell, in a beer commercial Reuters reports. The Gap Band frontman also claims that EMI owes him hundreds of thousands of dollars in profits gained from “Beautiful” and his Ludacris/Snoop collabo “You’ve Got What I Want.” …

The Rolling Stones played their first U.K. festival show in more than 30 years on Sunday, headlining the Isle of Wight fest with a little help from Amy Winehouse (who joined the band on their cover of the Temptations‘ “Ain’t Too Proud to Beg”) and Paolo Nutini (pitching in on “Love in Vain”), NME.com reports. …

“Fantastic Four: The Rise of the Silver Surfer” director Tim Story has another comic-book film lined up. He’ll be bringing “The Losers,” a 1970s DC-Vertigo title that profiles commandos targeted by their own government, to the big screen, Variety reports. In other movie news, Tom Wolfe‘s “The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test” — which chronicles “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” author Ken Kesey‘s LSD-fueled road trip — is coming to theaters 40 years after hitting bookshelves. Director Gus Van Sant is at the wheel of the adaptation, Variety reports. …

A Spice Girls reunion at the July 1 Princess Diana memorial concert is unlikely (Victoria Beckham‘s rep tells E! Online that it’s not happening) but the Girls may be getting together in the near future. People reports that the five-woman group is recording new music with plans for a December tour. …

While “The Sopranos” was wrapping up with — we’re not telling — “Spring Awakening” was cleaning up at the Tony Awards, taking eight of the 11 prizes it was up for. Meet the cast of the envelope-pushing musical right here. …

And 12 college students — including filmmakers from the School of Visual Arts, Stanford University, Florida State University and New York University — scored medals and prize money at Saturday’s 34th annual Student Academy Awards, joining the likes of past winners Spike Lee, Robert Zemeckis Trey Parker, The Associated Press reports.