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Heather Locklear Escapes DUI Charges, Gets Probation

Heather Locklear

Heather Locklear has pleaded no contest to a lesser offense to avoid DUI charges stemming from a September arrest.

The former (and future?) Melrose Place star pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor reckless driving charge in a Santa Barbara, Calif., court Friday, according to The Associated Press. Locklear's attorney ... read more

Starsky & Hutch's Captain, Bernie Hamilton, Dies at 80

Bernie Hamilton

Bernie Hamilton, best known for his role as by-the-book police Capt. Harold Dobey on ABC's 1970s cop drama Starsky & Hutch, died Tuesday. He was 80.

The actor died of cardiac arrest, Hamilton's son, Raoul, told The Associated Press.

Hamilton was born in ... read more

Tom Cruise: "I Grew Up Wanting to Kill Nazis"


Despite his couch-jumping on Oprah and his bickering with Matt Lauer, Tom Cruise remains one of the heroes of American cinema. But in his first leading role since 2006, Cruise plays a German hero — one many Americans know little about.

In Valkyrie, a gripping World War II suspense thriller about one of the many attempts to assassinate Adolf Hitler, Cruise plays Claus von Stauffenberg, a German army officer who works with the Resistance movement to try to remove the Nazis from power ... read more

The Digital TV Transition: Questions Answered

Digital TV Transition

Imagine a chilly February night. Fresh off your winter hiatus, you've settled back into your ritualistic viewing of Lost and 24 and the occasional According to Jim. (Come on, somebody out there is watching it.) You throw another log on the fire, grab the remote, but for some reason, your favorite show isn't on your TV screen. Sound like a Doomsday scenario? Well, come Feb. 17, it could be a reality if you're not adequately prepared for the Digital TV Transition.

You've probably been hearing about this DTV D-day for a while now, but if you haven't taken action, now's the time to start. We know it's a little confusing, so we've put together the basic info you need to make sure you see Jack Bauer save the world with the rest of us ... read more

Bruckheimer, Bay Saddle Up for HBO's Cocaine Cowboys

Michael Bay, Jerry Bruckheimer

The Hollywood pyrotechnics industry just got the best Christmas gift ever.

Big-screen heavyweights Jerry Bruckheimer and Michael Bay are teaming with HBO to executive produce drama pilot Cocaine Cowboys, to The Hollywood Reporter.

The project, inspired by Billy Corben's 2006 documentary, chronicles the early days of cocaine trafficking in Miami ... read more

NBC to Re-Air Beijing Olympics Highlights

Michael Phelps, Beijing 2008 Olympic Games

Thought you had heard the last of the Olympics until 2010? Think again.

On Saturday, Dec. 27, NBC will broadcast Beijing Olympics Opening Ceremony: TV Event of the Year, a two-hour special hosted by Bob Costas and Matt Lauer, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

In addition to reliving the breathtaking production that kicked off the games, the special will ... read more

PETA Names Oprah Its "Person of the Year"

Oprah Winfrey

Continuing her way toward total world domination, talk-show queen Oprah Winfrey has been named "Person of the Year" by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals.

Winfrey was selected for using her talk show to bring light to issues important to the Norfolk, Va.-based animal rights group's mission, with episodes that have, for example, focused on ... read more

HBO and Harpo Films Enter Multi-Year Relationship

Oprah Winfrey

HBO announced Tuesday that the cable network had signed an exclusive multi-year deal with Oprah Winfrey's Harpo Films to develop and produce scripted television programming.

Though there was no acknowledgment of any projects in the works, future endeavors will potentially include miniseries, movies, documentaries and series. Kate Forte, Harpo Films' president, said ... read more

Halle Berry, Tyler Perry to Host 40th NAACP Image Awards

Halle Berry, Tyler Perry

Oscar-winning actress Halle Berry and director/writer/actor Tyler Perry have been selected to host the 40th NAACP Image Awards in February.

Berry, who won an Academy Award for her role in Monster's Ball, and Perry, whose credits include Diary of a Mad Black Woman and TBS' House of Payne, are both former Image Award winners.

The ceremony ... read more

Jennifer Lopez Moves on to Plan B

Jennifer Lopez

Jennifer Lopez is looking to get back into the romantic comedy game.

The singer/actress has signed on to star in CBS Films' Plan B, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The film, written by Kate Angelo, follows a single woman who conceives twins through her backup plan of artificial insemination, only to meet the man of her dreams on the very same day.

Though no male lead or director has yet to be attached to the project, production is scheduled to begin in the spring. CBS Films' Amy Baer said the studio chose Lopez because ... read more

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