Metallica 'Looking for Work' After Yankees Pitcher Retires Their Theme Song (VIDEO)

Exit Sandman?

New York Yankees pitcher Mariano Rivera famously used Metallica’s ominous “Enter Sandman” whenever he stepped up to the mound, and now that he’s retired, it looks like the band doesn’t have much to do, at least according to this SportsCenter promo.

Metallica Still Has Hope for Missing Fan

Two weeks after the mysterious disappearance of Virginia Tech University student Morgan Harrington, no clues or leads as to her whereabouts are known to exist – but members of Metallica remain optimistic about the safe return of the young woman last seen at the band’s Oct. 17 concert.

“We are staying positive that she will be found soon,” Metallica lead guitarist Kirk Hammett told PEOPLE at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Concert in New York City Friday. “We are all hoping for the best and praying for her and her family.”

Jet-Setting with Ja Rule

Ja Rule had a bit of fun in New York City this week, attending the premiere of The Day After Tomorrow, chatting up the action-thriller’s young star Jake Gyllenhaal, and later hitting trendy Spice Market for dinner. But we’re told he was looking forward to returning to work in Toronto the next day, where he’s filming Assault on Precinct 13 with Ethan Hawke, Laurence Fishburne, Drea de Matteo and John Leguizamo. “All of (the stars) are mostly in the same scenes, so they are a close-knit family,” says a source.