Blake Lively, Aaron Eckhart, Laurence Fishburne
Another trio of stars is set to orbit the Golden Globes.
Gossip Girl's Blake Lively, CSI newbie Laurence Fishburne and The Dark Knight's Aaron Eckhart have been added as presenters for the January ceremony.
The three join a star-studded lineup that already includes ...
Tina Fey, Saturday Night Live
Ready for another end-of-the-year retrospective catalog?
Courtesy of the list-happy folks at the American Film Institute, AFI has unveiled its Top Eight Moments of Significance in film, television and web to honor performances, trends and pretty much anything that can't be shortlisted on, say, AFI's Top 10 Films list.
Among those earning kudos are everyone from Tina Fey and Dr. Horrible to ...
Jon Wolfe Nelson
The L Word isn't just for the ladies. Sure, guys have been on the groundbreaking Showtime series, but none have truly had the lasting stay or impact like Tom Mater has. Originally intended as a guest star/interpreter for Marlee Matlin's character, Tom, played by Jon Wolfe Nelson, has since found himself part of the love mix with his relationship with transman Max (Daniela Sea). And with the sixth and final season approaching (premieres Jan. 18 at 10 pm/ET), things between them are just going to be more "extraordinary," Nelson teases to TVGuide.com. Find out what else the actor — a real-life interpreter — has to say about the last season, being the drama's sole source of testosterone and if he'll be part of the spinoff.
TVGuide.com: You're an interpreter. Is that how you got The L Word?
Jon Wolfe Nelson: I've been an actor for many years and for about 15 years I've been a professional sign language interpreter. When I was in New York ...
Two and a Half Men
CBS' success with Two and a Half Men has come at a price. Warner Bros. TV has filed a $49 million lawsuit against the network, claiming the Eye has refused to reimburse the studio in production fees and costs since the sitcom became a hit.
In papers filed Tuesday, Warner Bros. states that its licensing agreement with CBS entitles the studio to ...
DJ AM has filed a negligence lawsuit against the aircraft manufacturers and the pilots he believes were responsible for the fatal Sept. 19 crash in which he and former Blink 182 drummer Travis Barker sustained serious injuries. Barker has already filed a similar suit.
In papers filed Tuesday, DJ AM (real name: Adam Goldstein) contends that the jet's pilots, Sarah Lemmon, 31, and James Bland, 52, were "either poorly trained and/or failed to follow their training." He claims the two were aware a tire had blown, but "rather than ...
Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag
File this in the "Not Surprised" category.
Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag are not quite newlyweds as the two have yet to legalize their quickie Mexican wedding stateside — and it's all Pratt's fault.
In the final minutes of The Hills finale Monday night, Speidi headed to a Beverly Hills courthouse to officially take the plunge. Montag made it through her vows, but Pratt suddenly had a change of heart.
"I feel like we're doing something sneaky and shady," he told Montag as she broke down in tears. "I just want to give you ...
David Spade is gunning for more protection in his Arizona hometown.
The actor, who was raised in Phoenix, donated $100,000 to the city's police department on Monday to go toward the purchase of rifles, People reports.
"Asking there be no fanfare or media attention, Mr. Spade called last week and said he wanted to donate $100,000 to the Phoenix Police Department towards the purchase of rifles to help ...
Lillo Brancato Jr.
Lillo Brancato Jr., who played a wannabe mobster on The Sopranos, has been acquitted of second-degree murder in the 2005 shooting death of an off-duty New York City cop, the Associated Press reports.
The actor was convicted on a lesser charge of attempted burglary and could face anywhere from ...
Kirsten Dunst has been granted permanent protection against a man who she says has trespassed her property.
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Richard E. Rico prohibited Christopher R. Smith, 25, from ...
It pays to be Britney Spears. It also pays to be Britney Spears' father.
A Los Angeles Superior Court judge has approved a retroactive raise for the singer's father, Jamie Spears, who has been managing Spears' affairs since she was placed under a conservatorship in February, the Associated Press reports.
Jamie Spears had been receiving $10,000 a month from his daughter's estate, but due to Spears' recent comeback, which includes a 2009 tour, he will now earn ...