Sean Penn and Penelope Cruz
The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation has congratulated Milk and Vicky Cristina Barcelona on the films' victories at Sunday's Academy Awards. Milk picked up two awards: best actor for Sean Penn, who portrayed slain gay-rights activist/politician Harvey Milk, and original screenplay for Dustin Lance Black. Penelope Cruz was named supporting actress for her work in Woody Allen's Vicky Cristina Barcelona, in which she gets entangled in a three-way relationship with Javier Bardem and Scarlett Johansson.
"GLAAD applauds those who have ...
Adam Carolla has an Ace in the Hole with CBS: The Eye has given an 11th-hour pickup to his sitcom, The Hollywood Reporter reports.
Written by Carolla with Kevin Hench (The Man Show), the multicamera series stars Carolla as a ...
Christian Bale, The Dark Knight
As Heath Ledger became the second posthumous Oscar winner over the weekend, his film, The Dark Knight, wrote itself into history books as well. The Bat sequel became the fourth film to cross the $1 billion threshold in worldwide box office, joining Titanic, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King and Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, Variety reports.
The Dark Knight, which was re-released in IMAX theaters Jan. 23, has now grossed ...
Linda Cardellini, John Stamos and Scott Grimes, ER
How much do a few minutes with Dr. Ross cost? Almost half a million bucks.
NBC is seeking $425,000 for a 30-second ad spot on ER's April 2 series finale, Broadcasting & Cable reports. The long-running medical drama will wrap its 15th and final year with a two-hour extravaganza that features familiar faces in George Clooney, Noah Wyle, Anthony Edwards and other original cast members.
ER normally fetches ...
Ben Stiller and Natalie Portman
Slumdog Millionaire swept. Kate Winslet finally got hers. Frost/Nixon got shut out. And on it goes. But, as we all know, there are much more to award shows than Oscar winners and losers. Here are our winners and losers from the 81st Academy Awards. Check them out and tell us yours!
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Sean Penn, Mickey Rourke
You already know how we feel about the Oscar song category, but how about the other races — particularly the big ones? Well, now you'll find out. Behold, TVGuide.com's predictions for the 81st Academy Awards (Sunday, ABC at 8:30 pm/ET). Don't agree with us? Then check out the nominees here and tell us who you think will and should triumph on Hollywood's biggest night.
The child stars of Slumdog Millionaire didn't make it to Los Angeles for the SAG Awards, where the cast won best ensemble, but the young actors will definitely be at the Kodak Theater Sunday for the Oscars.
"Everybody is really excited about it," said James Finn of Fox Searchlight Pictures. "It's nice the whole gang will be together."
All nine actors who portrayed the three main characters in three stages of their lives will be at the ceremony, Finn said. Slumdog, set in the slums of Mumbai, is the heavy favorite to take best picture.
Until now, only ...
Linda Hamilton, Terminator 2: Judgment Day
Will Linda Hamilton be back for the upcoming Terminator flick?
"We are talking," Hamilton told MTV. "I haven't read it yet. I don't know what direction they will go in."
But the original Sarah Connor does know in what capacity she would be used. "My contribution would be ...
Jillian Harris, The Bachelor
Jillian Harris has no hard feelings for The Bachelor's Jason Mesnick, who didn't give her a rose after she declared her love for him on the show.
"I still love him but I don't think I am in love with him anymore," Harris tells People. "It's like any other breakup. You have to heal yourself. You have to get over it and move on and hope the best for the person."
The 29-year-old adds that of all her exes, Mesnick "possessed the most qualities that I was looking for."
Molly and Melissa are the final two contestants vying for Mesnick's heart and a sparkling engagement ring, and Harris has a slight preference for one of them: "I became very, very good friends with ...
Brotherhood star Jason Clarke is going from the mob to the courtroom: The actor has landed a starring role on CBS's new legal series about the U.S. Attorney's office in Manhattan.
Clarke will play a ...