Fans of Bravo's The Rachel Zoe Project know that between seasons, Zoe and her slave-driving assistant Taylor Jacobson have parted ways. And the end — which you won't see on the upcoming third season — wasn't pretty.
According to WWD, Zoe and her husband and business partner, Rodger Berman, accused Jacobson of ...
Jenna Ushkowitz, Kevin McHale, Heather Morris and Naya Rivera
You know you're getting some good dirt on a show when it even catches some of its stars by surprise. That's what happened at Sunday's Glee session at Comic-Con, where creator Ryan Murphy hit Chris Colfer with the news that he may soon get to do "The Time Warp," the classic song-and-dance routine from The Rocky Horror Picture Show. A few other surprises? The Britney Spears episode may be a little dream-like, even if it isn't exactly a dream for one star. And get ready for more Madonna.
Here's what you'll be gleeking out to this fall:
Julie Benz, Michael Chiklis
ABC's forthcoming fall drama No Ordinary Family is one part Heroes, one part The Incredibles — but don't expect star Michael Chiklis to don any capes or costumes.
"You don't want to see me in Lycra, believe me.
The CW isn't shy about showcasing the hotness of Nikita star Maggie Q: Pictures of the actress, looking well-armed and leggy, are everywhere at Comic-Con, from posters to advertisements on bike taxis to swag bags.
But would you believe that Q is a little self-conscious?
Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer
Without Twilight here to compete at Comic-Con, the most in-demand vampires are those living in Bon Temps. Creator Alan Ball and the cast from HBO's True Blood were met with the accordant shrieks at the show's Friday panel. And they were plenty talkative about this season (witches!), behind-the-scenes antics (socks that aren't for the feet!) and the future (Sookie and Bill 4ever!)
How do the menfolk on True Blood handle all that nudity? Joe Manganiello (Alcide) said there are a few options: "Sock with a draw string, a plastic-backed thong, which apparently breaks if you're running fast, or the man panty, or manty, which reduces you to a Ken doll" ...
MTV screened the first act of its upcoming series adaptation of Teen Wolf Thursday at Comic-Con — and holy smokes, it's good. Or at least the first eight-odd minutes are.
A one-hour drama and MTV aren't terms you'd expect to hear together,
JJ Abrams, Joss Whedon
Joss Whedon giveth, and Joss Whedon taketh away.
Good news first: After months of speculation that he would direct the movie about Marvel superteam The Avengers, he confirmed it at a Comic-Con panel hosted by Entertainment Weekly Thursday alongside J.J. Abrams.
"But it's just a gig, you know," Whedon dead-panned.
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"I'm still writing an outline," he added. But how's this for a tease?
"The thing I love about it is how completely counterintuitive it is," he said. "These people should not be on the same team let alone the same room together, and that to me is the very definition of family."
And now for the letdown...
One Hollywood star not afraid to support Mel Gibson? Jonah Hill. Sort of.
To the surprise of no one, Gibson didn't show up to Comic-Con, even though he's got a movie to promote. And convention-goers no doubt expected a reprieve from hearing about those crazy recordings while at the annual 5-day nerdathon.
But they thought wrong.