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Stand Up To Cancer Fundraiser Returning in September

Diane Sawyer, Katie Couric, Brian Williams

Stand Up To Cancer is returning to prime time after two years with a star-packed fundraiser hosted by the three network evening news anchors.

It will be simulcast commercial-free on ABC, CBS and NBC as well as on HBO, Discovery Health, E!, MLB Network and the Style Network on Friday, Sept. 10 at 8/7c. (More networks and cable channels are expected to join in.)

"Our goal with this telecast is to not only... read more

SpongeBob SquarePants Shows It's Not Easy Being Yellow on Earth Day

Sponge Bob

SpongeBob SquarePants isn't trying to be greener than Al Gore, but he may have an advantage in reaching out to kids.

"He's funnier," jokes Steven Banks, the show's... read more

The Pacific's Joe Mazzello Went from Dodging Dinosaurs to Dodging Bullets

Joe Mazzello

As HBO viewers begin drinking in the second half of The Pacific this weekend, they'll see the story line of Marine Eugene B. Sledge really kick in — which means they'll be seeing a lot more of Joe Mazzello.

Just like co-star James Badge Dale, Mazzello made sure he read his character's memoir (1981's With the Old Breed) and met his widow and children.

James Badge Dale: If The Pacific doesn't make him a star, there's always... read more

Sex Pistols Manager Malcolm McLaren Dead at 64

Malcolm McLaren

Malcolm McLaren, manager of the Sex Pistols, died Thursday of cancer at a Swiss hospital. He was 64.

His longtime companion, Young Kim, confirmed his death to The New York Times.

The 1970s band was fronted by Johnny Rotten (real name: John Lydon), with... read more

James Badge Dale: If The Pacific Doesn't Make Him a Star, There's Always Hockey

James Badge Dale, The Pacific

James Badge Dale jokes that the boot camp that he and the other actors in The Pacific endured was so grueling that he's repressed any memory of it.

Dale Dye, a retired Marine captain who served as the military adviser for The Pacific and 2001's Band of Brothers, "likes to see actors cry," Dale tells

HBO sends veterans to capital to celebrate The Pacific

Even more difficult, says the actor of his role in HBO's 10-part World War II miniseries executive-produced by Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg, was feeling a responsibility to Robert Leckie, the real-life Marine he plays. To prepare, he read Leckie's memoir, Helmet for My Pillow, and spent time with Leckie's widow and children. (Leckie himself died in 2001.)

"We all felt a lot of pressure to tell their stories with honor and integrity and respect," says Dale, whose co-stars include Joe Mazzello and Jon Seda.

Check out photos from The Pacific

"The wild thing about Robert Leckie is that he hated the Marines when he was in 'em," says the actor, who goes by Badge... read more

Actress June Havoc Dead at 97

June Havoc

June Havoc, whose childhood in vaudeville as Baby June was fictionalized in the musical Gypsy, died Sunday of natural causes at 97.

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Weeds to Make Basic Cable Debut on TV Guide Network


Weeds will be broadcast on basic cable exclusively on TV Guide Network starting in September, the network announced Wednesday.

The comedy series starring Mary-Louise Parker — who's won a Golden Globe for her performance as a suburban mom who deals pot to make ends meet after her husband's death — becomes... read more

Fake Newscast Sends Viewers into a Panic

Mikheil Saakashvili

A fake newscast about a Russian invasion sent some residents of neighboring Georgia into a War of the Worlds-like panic over the weekend.

Saturday night's broadcast recalled memories of the brief war between Russia and Georgia in August 2008, and was realistic enough that some viewers rushed to buy food and dash for safety ... read more

Andy Richter Still Has Hard Feelings Toward NBC and Jay Leno

Andy Richter

Andy Richter doesn't buy that Jay Leno had to go along with NBC in the shuffle that cut short Conan O'Brien's reign as Tonight Show host, sarcastically saying, "multimillionaires are always being forced to do things."

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Natalie Wood Case Should Be Reopened, Her Sister Says

Natalie Wood

Natalie Wood's sister wants a reinvestigation of the actress' drowning death, one of Hollywood's most legendary tragedies — though she doesn't suspect foul play.

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