Salma Hayek and Francois-Henri Pinault
The latest trend in celebrity marriages? Two weddings.
Salma Hayek and new husband François-Henri Pinault will say "I do" again this weekend in Italy, according to People. The ceremony comes after a quiet Valentine's Day marriage at the 6th Arrondisement City Hall in Paris.
Word first got out when Antonio Bandera announced at a press conference in Spain that he and his wife, Melanie Griffith, would be attending the ceremony in Venice. Other celeb guests include Penelope Cruz and Luis Miguel.
The celebration will kick off Friday with a rehearsal dinner, according to People en Español. The ceremony will be held Saturday at the Palazzo Grassi, a 18th century white marble palace owned by the Pinault family since 2005. The couple first met at that location during a gala in 2006 ...
Call your lifelines: ABC wants to make more Millionaires.
The Alphabet network will bring back host Regis Philbin for an 11-night primetime run of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire to celebrate the game show's 10th anniversary this summer. The show will premiere Aug. 9 and run through Aug. 23.
The quiz show was an instant success when it debuted in August 1999 and popularized the phrase, "Is that your final answer?" Ratings began to fall, and the primetime series was cancelled in 2002. Today host Meredith Vieira then began emceeing a syndicated daytime version of the show, which is still airing.
Aside from the anniversary...
Ioan Gruffudd and Alice Evans
Ioan Gruffudd has Fantastic news.
The Welsh actor and star of the Fantastic Four films is going to be a daddy, according to People. This will be the first child for Gruffudd and his wife, English actor Alice Evans.
The couple met in 2002 while filming 102 Dalmations. They married in the fall of 2007.
In addition to his role as Reed Richards/Mr. Fantastic in the Fantastic Four franchise, Gruffudd ...
Ryan O'Neal and Farrah Fawcett
Farrah Fawcett's cancer battle didn't stand in the way of throwing a birthday celebration for her longtime partner Ryan O'Neal.
Fawcett hosted the party at her home Monday, the actress' friend Alana Stewart told People. Stewart also cleared up the belief that Fawcett only weighs 86 pounds after her son, Redmond O'Neal, suggested as much during a hearing for drug charges last week.
"Farrah is not 86 pounds," Stewart said. "Redmond is young and overreacted a little. Farrah has lost weight, but not that much. No, no, no."
Instead, Stewart says Fawcett is in good spirits ...
After the fallout surrounding The Da Vinci Code, director Ron Howard is trying to get ahead of any criticism that his latest film, Angels & Demons, is anti-Catholic.
"Let me be clear: Neither I nor Angels & Demons are anti-Catholic," Howard wrote on the Huffington Post. He also suggested that Catholics who give his movie a chance will find something to like. "I believe Catholics, including most in the hierarchy of the Church, will enjoy the movie for what it is: an exciting mystery, set in the awe-inspiring beauty of Rome."
The flick again stars Tom Hanks as Robert Langdon, a Harvard professor of symbology who tries to track down the mysterious Illuminati, a group that has killed the four Cardinals in line to become the next pope. "Robert Langdon teams up with the Catholic Church to thwart a vicious attack against the Vatican. What, exactly, is anti-Catholic about that?" Howard wrote.
The Pope banned....
Debra Messing is coming back to NBC.
The Peacock is negotiating to pick up a single-camera comedy fronted by the Emmy-winning former Will & Grace star, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The show is written by Josann McGibbon and Sara Parriot, who recently worked with Messing as writers/executive producers of USA Network's The Starter Wife miniseries.
The yet-to-be-titled comedy follows Messing as a laid-off CEO who must adjust to becoming a full-time wife and mother.
The pilot started ...
CSI fans take heart: A feature-length movie is in the cards, and it's definitely going to involve Gil Grissom, according to William Petersen.
"Yes, there will be a movie," Petersen told Britain's Radio Times. Although he is sure fans might be "a little trepidatious," Petersen promises the move to the big screen will not be done haphazardly.
"Usually people leave it till a series has finished —they did that with The X-Files and Sex and the City," Petersen said. "But it's about finding the right story, there has got to be a real reason to do it."
One of those real reasons? Grissom...
Ah, self-discovery. This episode of Heroes finds several characters pondering who they are and what their next move should be. Sylar shape-shifts himself into a ball of emotional mess which he longer identifies with, Hiro finally accepts that two heads are better than one on his path of heroic destiny, and Parkman decides being a part of his son's life is about more than changing diapers. Plus, Nathan tries his best to stop the program he initiated and Sylar does his best Norman Bates! Huh, you ask? Read on for the details.
This episode of Brothers & Sisters definitely lived up to its name. Coming off a monthlong break, the show picked up right where it left off and threw in some raunch for good measure. Sarah was on the prowl, ultimately "crunching some numbers" with a steamy Ojai accountant; Nora was once again wooed by her British architect beau, Roger; and Kevin and Scotty were nearly persuaded into a threesome by one of Kevin's exes. Robert wants to move his recovery into the bedroom, but Kitty has a headache — and maybe an intellectual affair. Let's kiss and tell, shall we?
Will Ferrell's new project features perhaps his most outlandish stunt to date: He drinks his own urine.
Ferrell will appear on a June episode of Discovery Channel's survival series Man vs. Wild, according to Variety. The former Saturday Night Live star and host Bear Grylls will brave the wilds of northern Sweden for 48 hours.
The duo will rappel down a 100-foot-high frozen waterfall, tandem-abseil off a helicopter and brave the overnight subzero temperatures in a snow shelter. They will also find food in the forest, which they wash down with the aforementioned urine.
Ferrell said the experience...