Musician and artist Don Van Vliet, who performed experimental rock under the name Captain Beefheart, died Friday, according to The Associated Press. He was 69.
Van Vliet died in California from complications stemming from multiple sclerosis, according to the Michael Werner Gallery in New York. The gallery exhibits his paintings...
Will Smith is developing a new crime drama set in China for Fox, according to Variety.
Smith and Overbrook Entertainment have partnered with Chinese-born filmmaker Eva Jin (Sophie's Revenge) to work on the project. The hourlong drama, which has a script order at 20th Century Fox TV, would focus on a crime-fighting female college...
Denise Richards, Nikki Sixx
Denise Richards has confirmed that she's dating Motley Crue rocker Nikki Sixx.
During a visit to Bravo's Watch What Happens: Live, Richards was asked by host Andy Cohen about reports that she and Sixx were dating. Richards first asked, "What's considered dating?" before admitting that the duo has "gone on a couple...
Nicollette Sheridan has agreed to drop the abuse allegations from her $20 million lawsuit against Desperate Housewives creator Marc Cherry and ABC, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
In a joint stipulation filed Friday, the 47-year-old actress dropped her claim for intentional infliction of emotional distress and said she won't assert any claim for emotional or physical damages. In exchange for agreeing to drop the abuse charges, Sheridan will not have to submit to a mental...
Brian Austin Green, Harold Perrineau
TBS announced Friday that Brian Austin Green and Harold Perrineau have joined the hourlong comedy pilot, The Wedding Band.
The project follows a group of guys who perform in a wedding to escape the stress and chaos of their daily lives. The band is led by best friends — one bachelor and one a married father of two — who make sure...
Jersey Shore star Ronnie Ortiz-Magro has been indicted on an assault charge stemming from a Season 1 episode of the MTV series where he was shown knocking a man unconscious, The Asbury Park Press reports.
The grand jury charged the 25-year-old reality star with one count of third-degree assault. He faces up to...
Thanks to her candid nature, surprisingly tough physical presence and resourcefulness (she started a fire with reading glasses), Jane Bright gave Survivor: Nicaragua's older tribe a fighting chance. Those attributes combined with personal tragedy (she lost her husband to cancer in 2009) made her a huge threat to her competition as someone the jury would surely vote for to win the million dollars. However, Jane learned she was a big threat a little too late and was booted from the game in the penultimate episode. The 56-year-old dog trainer spoke with TVGuide.com about why she was so disappointed in Chase Rice, what kept her from aligning with Fabio Birza and why she thinks she wouldn't have the $1,000,000 prize. (Hint: It's a...