Charlie Sheen and Brooke Mueller
Charlie Sheen's wife, Brooke, has been admitted to a Los Angeles hospital with premature contractions, but the actor's rep said the mother-to-be is "doing fine."
"Brooke ... was admitted yesterday morning with premature contractions — which is not all that uncommon for someone at this stage of pregnancy, especially with twins," publicist Stan Rosenfield told People. "She's fine and is expected to be discharged from the hospital today."
The Two and a Half Men star and his wife are expecting boys, due in April. They will be...
Katherine Heigl, Ashton Kutcher
Amid constant rumors that she's scrubbing out of Grey's Anatomy for a full-time movie career, Katherine Heigl has signed on to star opposite Ashton Kutcher in Five Killers.
The plot follows a young couple who fall in love while on vacation, according to Variety. Their blissful life is ransacked when they discover their neighbors may be assassins hired to kill them.
The thriller reunites Heigl with director Robert Luketic, who directed Heigl in the upcoming romantic comedy The Ugly Truth.
Filming is set to begin ...
American Idol runner-up-turned-actress Katharine McPhee won't have to stretch too much in her TV acting debut: She'll play... wait for it... a singer.
McPhee, who costarred in the Anna Faris comedy The House Bunny, has been tapped for a visit to the recently guest star-happy CSI: NY, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Her first appearance on a scripted series ...
The Digital TV Transition
By 11:59 pm on Tuesday, more than one-third of full-power broadcasters in the U.S. will no longer be transmitting an analog signal.
A total of 641 stations will go all-digital on Feb. 17, the original date of the digital transition. Congress then postponed the switch until June 12, fearing too many viewers weren't prepared. Among the lawmakers' reasons for the delay was the maxed-out budget of government's converter-box coupon program.
Despite the delay, the FCC granted requests ...
The current economy is tough on everyone — even Donald Trump.
The Apprentice star's casino group, Trump Entertainment Resorts, filed for Chapter 11 protection after missing the last deadline for a $53 million interest payment that was due at the start of December, according to the Financial Times.
Like many other casino operators, Trump Entertainment, which owns three resorts in Atlantic City, has seen a slump ...
After his role on ABC's short-lived Big Shots, Alias star Michael Vartan is giving the small screen another go.
Vartan has been cast as Jada Pinkett Smith's costar in TNT's medical drama, Time Heals, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
The series, set to debut later this year, centers on Pinkett Smith's Christina Hawthorne, a strong but caring nursing director at a North Carolina hospital. Vartan will play ...
With Jimmy Fallon's debut behind the Late Night desk less than a month away, the former Saturday Night Live funnyman has named his head writer.
Writer-actor A.D. Miles has been tasked with bringing the funny to Fallon's new late-night talk show, according to Variety. Miles will be working with Fallon, executive producer Lorne Michaels and showrunner-producer Michael Shoemaker in creating the show's comedy.
Miles appeared in ...
Sean Penn, Frank Langella
Jason slashed his way to a box office record this weekend, but those cerebral and emotionally rich films vying for Oscars look as limp as one of his victims.
This year's best picture nominees have grossed $273.2 million at the domestic box office, down significantly from the $316.6 million raked in by last year's class, Variety reports.
What's worse, if you remove runaway hit Slumdog Millionaire's $88 million and the $122.5 million brought in by The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, the remaining films are among the lowest-grossing nominees in years. So far...
Michael Phelps lost a big endorsement deal and suffered a three-month suspension from competition because of a photo of him smoking a bong — but the 14-time Olympic gold medalist won't face any drug charges.
A South Carolina sheriff said Monday there wasn't enough physical evidence to bring charges against Phelps, according to The Associated Press. Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott said holding a bong is not a crime, and Phelps never admitted using it.
"He never said, 'I smoked marijuana.' He never confessed that," Lott said.
Phelps said he is now focused on getting back in the water...
This episode of Heroes saw characters use other heroes in order to further their own goals: Claire turns her back on Noah to protect a new friend, one of Nathan's men stages Tracy's breakout to keep the government's support for their project, and Sylar continues his song and dance with his protégé to get more information about his father. Meanwhile, Hiro and Ando play wedding crashers in India. (Rule No. 73 is... oh, wait...) On with the recap!