Prince William

and his betrothed,

Kate Middleton

, have officially started their family album. People magazine reports on its Web site that Wills and Kate sat for photos with the same lensman,

Mario Testino

, who photographed the prince's late mother,

Princess Diana

. Testino has previously photographed William and his little bro,

Prince Harry

. The photo shoot probably took place after the mid-November engagement announcement, according to People. Testino said that Prince William "is a very photogenic person . . . self-confident, relaxed, impressive - and so much like his mother," according to People.

William and Kate are scheduled to stroll down the aisle at Westminster Abbey April 29, 2011.

Tressed for success

The Disney animated musical

Tangled

, a retelling of the Rapunzel fairy tale, took first place in the box-office sweepstakes over the weekend, pulling in $21.5 million in its second weekend. A girl could buy a pretty fancy haircut with that much money. The weekend gate brought Disney's domestic total for the film to $96.5 million.

Tangled knocked Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 from the top spot, which it had held for the previous two weeks. Deathly Hallows, the next-to-last installment in the adventures of the boy wizard, has made $244.2 mil for Warner Bros. in the domestic market since its debut on Nov. 19.

"It's not very often the second week of a movie that it ends up the No. 1 movie," Chuck Viane, Disney's head of distribution, told the Associated Press. "This will be one of those leggy movies that just keeps playing and playing."

Weekend theater attendance was down sharply from the busy Thanksgiving weekend, recording $88 million in overall receipts to become the second-worst weekend of the year, the AP reports. It was also down 11.5 percent compared with the same weekend in 2009.

Comedian's kin ordered to pay up

The attorney general's office in Massachusetts has ordered comedian

Dane Cook

's half brother and sister-in-law to pay him $12 mil in restitution after they pleaded guilty to stealing from him, the Associated Press reports.

Darryl and Erika McCauley of Wilmington, Mass., were accused of embezzling millions from Cook while Darryl was Cook's business manager.

Darryl McCauley was sentenced in October to five to six years in prison on charges that included 27 counts of larceny. His wife was sentenced to 21/2 to three years in prison on charges including two counts of larceny.

A spokesman for Massachusetts AG Martha Coakley told the Portsmouth Herald that the next step is for the court to tally the couple's assets. The couple bought a home in York Beach, Maine, and also invested in a hotel and restaurant there.

This article contains information from Inquirer wire services and websites. Contact "SideShow" at sideshow@phillynews.com.