NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) – Love may be in the air for wild child Jenna Bush, who has reportedly taken up with the son of a wealthy oil baron. The New York Daily News is reporting the First Daughter was spotted cozying up to oil heir Brandon Davis in a Los Angeles club.

SYDNEY – You’ll have to wait a little while longer for the Matrix sequel to reload. Director Joel Silver tells Sci-Fi Wire that he’s had to move the release date for The Matrix Reloaded back to summer 2003 because it’s such an enormous project. The film was originally set to open Christmas 2002.

LOS ANGELES – American movie critics have a thing for cross-dressing comedies. The American Film Institute has just the critics’ list of the funniest movies ever and the top two are the gender-bending flicks Some Like It Hot and Tootsie.

CINCINNATI – A serial spitter has been sentenced to eight months in jail for spewing saliva on several women in downtown Cincinnati. At least 13 women have identified carpet cleaner Anthony Searles as the man who spat on them. In court, Mr. Searles was required to wear a surgical mask to prevent him from spitting on anyone else.

NEW YORK – Sean “Puffy” Combs is having trouble with the law again – only this time it’s over the shrubbery surrounding his East Hampton mansion. The New York Post reports the rap impresario is being brought into court on charges one of his employees mistakenly cut down some bushes while mowing the lawn on his estate.

SOUTH PADRE ISLAND, Texas – Usher, Mandy Moore and Better Than Ezra will all perform at the Miss Teen USA competition on August 22.

GLENDALE, Calif. – Box office giant Shrek is already getting a sequel – sort of. The spring hit is coming out on video will feature new footage that picks up where the movie ended.

NEW ZEALAND – The gossip website popbitch.com is reporting that a dwarf actor working on the Lord of the Rings trilogy has been banned from several New Zealand night clubs for sniffing women’s crotches on the dance floor.

CHICAGO – Blood donors can now be entertained with the new “e- chair” that provides Internet access and a DVD player for patients going through lengthy donation processes. Prototypes of the chair are already in use at the New York Blood Center.

NEW YORK – Doctors think unsterile needles are to blame for several teens recently infected with two different types of bacteria never before linked to body piercing. Doctors say one 17-year-old girl developed a breast lump from an infected nipple ring.