Angelina Jolie impressed in "Maleficent," and "Game of Thrones" saw an epic battle on Sunday (gear up for an even bigger one this weekend).
This past week also found Jonah Hill apologizing over and over again for hurling a homophobic slur at a paparazzo.
Facebook has tallied the top 10 buzziest stories in entertainment this week, and all of those topics made the most-talked-about list. What had you talking? See what you missed in this exclusive list on CBSNews.com.
1. Death of actress Ann B. Davis of "Brady Bunch" fame
"Brady Bunch" fans are mourning the loss of a favorite character from the hit '70s TV show.
Ann B. Davis, best known as the wiseacre maid on the series, died this past week. She was 88. She died after falling, her friend, Bishop William Frey, confirmed to CBS News.
2. Peter Shukoff, aka Nice Peter, takes "Epic Rap Battles of History" on tour
Excitement grew this week after comedian Peter Shukoff -- or "Nice Peter" -- hit the road to perform his Internet sensation series, "Epic Rap Battles of History." He'll be on tour from now through the end of July.
3. Staind frontman Aaron Lewis calls out fans for groping a crowd-surfer
Staind frontman Aaron Lewis called out a group of fans who were inappropriately grabbing a teenage girl while she crowd-surfed during his concert at Rockfest in Kansas City, Mo., on Saturday.
The angry, expletive-laced rant, captured on a video posted on YouTube, shows Lewis stopping mid-song to scold the audience members.
4. The 2014 CMT Music Awards
Carrie Underwood scored her third straight video of the year honor Wednesday night at the CMT Awards -- making her CMT's top overall winner with 11 awards to her name. Other big winners in Nashville included Florida Georgia Line, Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert.
5. Oberyn vs. Mountain fight on "Game of Thrones"
Sunday's "Game of Thrones" episode was a must-see for fans as it ended in a brutal battle between Prince Oberyn Martell and Ser Gregor Clegane. Not everyone, though, loved the way the episode wrapped, prompting a faux alternative ending:
By the sound of it, viewers haven't seen anything yet. This Sunday's episode is expected to keep with tradition by featuring the biggest battle the show has seen yet -- when Jon Snow (Kit Harrington) and the Night's Watch face the Wildling army at The Wall.
Will you be watching?
6. Disney's "Maleficent" scores big at the box office
Disney's "Maleficent" opened big during its debut weekend, raking in a solid $70 million and giving Angelina Jolie the biggest debut of her career. "X-Men: Days of Future Past" dropped to second with $32.6 million, and Seth MacFarlane's Western comedy "A Million Ways to Die in the West" opened in third place with a $17.1 million.
This weekend sees the premieres of the "The Fault in Our Stars" with Shailene Woodley and "Edge of Tomorrow" with Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt.
7. Millennium Falcon photos leak during Stars Wars VII production; Lupita Nyong'o and Gwendoline Christie added cast
There was a lot of news in the "Star Wars" universe this week. Filming for "Star Wars: Episode VII" is under way, and two more stars have officially been added to the cast: Lupita Nyong'o ("12 Years a Slave") and "Game of Thrones" actress Gwendoline Christie.
Meanwhile, a few unauthorized "Star Wars: Episode VII" set photos surfaced recently, prompting director J.J. Abrams to take matters into his own hands. On Wednesday, he decided to "leak" a photo himself with a note that explained: "I wish people would stop leaking photos from 'Episode VII.' And making ridiculous claims that the Millennium Falcon is in the movie."
Got it? Good.
8. Video of "Billie Jean" performed using only beer bottles goes viral
Who knew beer bottles could sound so good?
A musical group out of Copenhagen did a masterful job redoing Michael Jackson's 1982 hit "Billie Jean" with yes -- just beer bottles.
They call themselves the Bottle Boys. And here's why:
9. Johnny Depp shoots scenes for a Whitey Bulger biopic
Filming has started for the upcoming Whitey Bulger biopic starring Johnny Depp in the title role. The actor has been seen in and around Boston closely resembling the Irish mobster thanks to the magic of makeup.
The as-yet-untitled film, due out next year, is based on the book, "Black Mass: The True Story of an Unholy Alliance Between the FBI and the Irish Mob." The movie will also star Dakota Johnson and Benedict Cumberbatch.
10. Jonah Hill makes controversial gay slur
Jonah Hill found himself apologizing multiple times this week for recently hurling a homophobic slur at paparazzo. The whole thing was caught on video and posted on TMZ just days before Hill was scheduled to do a slew of press for his upcoming film, "22 Jump Street."
"My heart's broken and I am genuinely and deeply sorry to anyone who has ever been affected by that term in their life," he said.
*Buzz rankings reflect the top entertainment topics being discussed on Facebook, June 1-4, in the United States. Rankings are based on both frequency and momentum: the Facebook conversations that not only got a lot of buzz during the week, but also saw a notable increase compared with the previous week.