Charlie Sheen was taken to the hospital early Thursday morning, TMZ reports. He was seen leaving on a stretcher and being loaded into an ambulance.
"All I know is he was having severe abdominal pains and went to the hospital," his rep told TVGuide.com...
Comcast is launching Missing Kids On Demand, a public service initiative that will make information about missing children available to its video customers across the United States, the company announced Thursday.
"The best way to help find a missing child is to get the message out as broadly as possible," Ernie Allen, president and CEO of National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, said in a statement. "Our partnership with Comcast enables us to reach millions of homes across the country we may not otherwise reach and empowers viewers with the resources they need to help solve cases."
The Hunger Games
The Hunger Games, the highly anticipated movie adaptation of Suzanne Collins' futuristic young adult thriller, will hit theaters March 23, 2012, Lionsgate announced.
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The book trilogy follows 16-year-old Katniss Everdeen, who lives in a post-apocalyptic world called Panem. Everdeen participates in an annual event where 24 participants are forced to eliminate their competitors — literally — with all citizens required to watch.
Top Chef host Padma Lakshmi is locked in a custody fight for her daughter, Krishna.
On Wednesday, Adam Dell sued for custody, claiming that Lakshmi is "either unable or unwilling to moderate either her social or business travel" for the child's sake," The Associate Press reports. The venture capitalist claims that although a paternity test proved he's Krishna's father, Lakshmi is sidelining him for her current boyfriend, Ted Forstmann.
Lord of the Rings director Peter Jackson has undergone surgery for a perforated ulcer, The Associated Press reports.
Jackson was admitted to a Wellington, New Zealand, hospital on Wednesday after suffering severe stomach pains, his publicist said. He is now resting comfortably and expected to make a full recovery.
Chad Ochocinco is changing his name — again.
The Cincinnati Bengals player told ESPN's NFL Live Tuesday that he's losing the "Ochocinco" and plans to legally go back to his former last name, Johnson.
Michael Trevino, Michaela McManus
It's not easy being the new girl in town and Vampire Diaries' mysterious Jules is certainly being made an outsider.
When the CW series broke for winter hiatus, Jules (Michaela McManus) strolled into town claiming she was looking for her friend Mason. It didn't take long for the Salvatores to realize she was a werewolf and was in Mystic Falls not just for a friendly visit, but to take newbie wolf Tyler under her wing.
"She comes with a purpose and I think it's from a good place — she wants to protect Tyler," McManus says.
Ryan Eggold and Lori Loughlin
90210 is losing the adults: Ryan Eggold and Lori Loughlin will not return next season, TVLine.com reports.
The actors' contracts were not renewed because there will be less emphasis on teachers and parents in the fourth season, as most of the group will start college, according to the site.
Emily, Brad Womack
Never mind what happened on this week's episode of The Bachelor. All anyone can talk about is the preview footage for next week, in which it appears that Brad takes Emily, aka the one whose late fiancé was a NASCAR driver, to a racetrack! Host Chris Harrison warns people not to prejudge the unorthodox date, saying it will be therapeutic, not exploitative. Plus: Harrison explains how Chantal scored the lucky "helicopter date" and Brad stops by our studio to weigh in.