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Regis Philbin will receive the Legend Award at this year's TV Land Awards, the cable network announced Monday.
The Legend Award is given to an entertainer or TV show that has stood the test of time and ranks among the most celebrated in entertainment history. Previous winners include Garry Marshall, Mel Brooks, Carl Reiner and Don Rickles.
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Jimmy Fallon's popular thank-you notes will be published in two new books, NBC Universal and Grand Central Publishing announced Monday.
The two books, both titled Thank You Notes, will pull from Fallon's Late Night segment of the same name, which airs every Friday. The books will feature more than 150 of Fallon's notes, giving gratitude to everybody and everything from his dad to sweater vests. The books will also include a special...
Derek Hough, Dancing With The Stars
Derek Hough is hanging up his dancing shoes — for one season. The three-time mirrorball champ is taking Season 12 off from Dancing with Stars to film a movie, his rep confirms.
"We wish Derek the best as he takes time off from Dancing with the Stars to pursue his film career," Conrad Green, the TV show's executive producer, said in a statement, "and look forward to having him...
Henry Cavill has been cast as in the title role of Superman: The Man of Steel, Deadline reports.
The British actor, 28, is best known for his portrayal of Charles Brandon on Showtime's The Tudors. He will next appear on the big screen as the mythical Greek god Theseus in Immortals, followed by a starring role in...
The King's Speech reigned supreme at the Directors Guild Awards.
The movie's first-time director, Tom Hooper, won the honor for directing a feature film at the awards held Saturday in Los Angeles, beating out longtime auteurs including...
TNT has extended the seventh, and purported final, season of The Closer by six episodes, Entertainment Weekly reports.
Ten episodes will air this summer, followed by five in the winter and the final six in...
Mark Zuckerberg, Jesse Eisenberg
Days after receiving his first Oscar nomination for his performance as Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg in The Social Network, Jesse Eisenberg finally met the man behind status updates and poking on Saturday Night Live.
During the opening monologue, Eisenberg was interrupted by Andy Samberg's impression of Zuckerberg and the two compared tips on how to play the part. "I speak in short-clipped sentences and keep my head very still," Eisenberg said. Samberg said: "I wear this sweatshirt and then I say, 'I'm Mark Zuckerberg.'"
The real Zuckerberg soon crashed the party ("awk-berg" as Samberg put it). When Eisenberg asked if he had ever...