On this week's episode of The Vampire Diaries, the group attends a '60s decade dance, only to have their fun ruined by Klaus, who's taken over Alaric's body. And let's just say Matt Davis plays an excellent creepy baddie. Who won the war, at least this week, between the Original and our friends in Mystic Falls? Let's find out.
Twilight hottie Taylor Lautner is making his solo starring debut in the action thriller Abduction.
In the recently released trailer, Lautner's character Nathan learns from a missing persons website that he was abducted as a child. After his parents are confronted, Nathan makes a harrowing escape from home only to be relentlessly pursued by a group of men who call him a "high-valued asset."
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Jodi Lyn O’Keefe
Former Prison Break star Jodi Lyn O'Keefe will guest-star in an upcoming episode of Law & Order: Los Angeles, TVLine reports.
O'Keefe is slated to play a central role in an episode titled "Angel's Knoll." No air date has been set.
Kobe Bryant is being fined $100,000 for using an anti-gay slur aimed at an NBA referee Tuesday night, ABC News reports.
After Bennie Adam called a technical foul against the L.A. Laker, Bryant uttered "f---ing f---ot," and it was caught on camera.
"While I'm fully aware that basketball is an emotional game, such a distasteful term should never be tolerated," NBA commissioner David Stern said in a statement.
One Tree Hill
Get ready for another One Tree Hill time jump.
"There is a really cool device in the finale ... where we're jumping through months," star Austin Nichols says. The episode will fast-forward through time, rather than make fans wait an entire hiatus like they've done in the past.
The CW show moved ahead four years between Seasons 4 and 5 in order to skip over the college years and avoid having to send the Tree Hill gang to some local college, à la Beverly Hills, 90210.