Hilary Duff has the right stuff to portray a Barely Legal lawyer for NBC.
The singer/actress, who signed a talent deal with the Peacock and Universal Media Studios in November, is slated to star in the network's new half-hour comedy, Barely Legal, The Hollywood Reporter reports.
The series is based on the true story of ...
Charles Barkley is taking a leave of absence from TNT's Inside the NBA following his recent DUI arrest, The Associated Press reports.
The former NBA pro serves as a commentator and analyst on the series. TNT did not specify the length of the break.
Barkley was arrested early New Year's Eve morning in Scottsdale, Ariz. for running a stop sign. After failing field sobriety tests, he was booked and released. Test results later showed ...
Clint Eastwood, Gran Torino
Clint Eastwood may have gone 0-for-2 at the Golden Globes Sunday night, but he can take solace in the fact that he has the No. 1 movie in America.
Gran Torino, in which he starred and directed, easily cruised into the top spot over the weekend with $29 million in its first weekend in wide release.
The debut intake trumps Eastwood's previous personal best of ...
Yeah, yeah, we know who won and who lost at the Golden Globes. But it's the unscripted moments that make or break an award ceremony. So without further ado, here are our top moments from the 66th Golden Globes. Check them out and tell us yours.
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Fergie and Josh Duhamel
Josh Duhamel and Fergie are now husband and wife.
The former Las Vegas star and "Glamorous" singer — no doubt looking so in her Dolce & Gabbana gown — swapped vows in front of family and friends at Malibu's Church Estate Vineyards on Saturday, People reports.
The A-list guest list included ...
Tina Fey, 30 Rock; Heath Ledger, The Dark Knight
Who will emerge victorious at the Golden Globes? We don't know yet, but we can have fun predicting — and so can you. So sharpen your pencils, check out the nominees here, make your picks and compare them to ours below while we count down to Sunday's ceremony (NBC at 8 pm/ET).
Will win: ...
Hugh Laurie, House
Did you miss the Golden Globes last year? Thanks to the writers' strike, we all did, and we can hardly wait for Sunday's glitzy return. So as the hours tick down to the 66th ceremony (NBC at 8 pm/ET), join us in counting up some (hopefully) fascinating facts about this year's show.
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0 — 30 Rock may have back-to-back comedy series Emmys, but it hasn't won a series Globe yet. Could this be the year?
1 — Only one network series ...
Sean Penn, Anne Hathaway
The critics have spoken and it's a Slumdog and a devious Joker who have their vote.
The 14th Annual Broadcast Film Critics Association crowned Danny Boyle's sleeper hit, Slumdog Millionaire, as best picture Thursday — one of five awards it walked away with. The indie flick also picked up best director for Boyle, best writer for Simon Beaufoy, best young actor/actress for Dev Patel and best composer for A.R. Rahman.
Slumdog only missed out on best song, which went to Bruce Springsteen for "The Wrestler" in the flick of the same name.
The evening's other notable winner was Heath Ledger. The late Dark Knight star earned supporting actor honors, along with a standing ovation when his name was called.
"Anyone who's seen any of the extraordinary work that Heath did knows that I can't presume to speak for him in any way, because his voice was as unique as it was original," Dark Knight director Christopher Nolan said while accepting the award on Ledger's behalf. "But... I know that ...
Start finalizing your Oscar predictions. The Directors Guild of America announced its nominees for achievement in directing Thursday — the last of the Guilds to release nominations — and a certain Caped Crusader is still in the running.
The Dark Knight helmer Christopher Nolan was one of the five directors shortlisted for the feature film honor. His nomination comes on the heels of the film's PGA and WGA nods earlier this week, reinforcing the flick's status as a key Oscar player. The superhero sequel only missed out on a SAG ensemble mention.
Joining Nolan in the race are David Fincher (The Curious Case of Benjamin Button), Danny Boyle (Slumdog Millionaire) ...