Steven R. McQueen and Katerina Graham
Vampire Diaries viewers got the kiss they've been waiting for on Thursday's episode. No, not between Damon and Elena — sorry, Delena fans — but Jeremy and Bonnie.
After a few will-they-or-won't-they scenes this season, Jeremy finally grabbed Bonnie and laid a big wet one on her — and she liked it.
"There's so much passion between them," Steven R. McQueen told TVGuide.com.
Just Go With It
It's no surprise that every Just Go With It actor's favorite behind-the-scenes moment involved funnyman Adam Sandler and comedienne Jennifer Aniston.
"When I first meet them in the movie, Jen has to play this drunk woman," Brooklyn Decker told TVGuide.com at the film's New York City premiere. "It was hysterical to see the outtakes between the two of them."
"Why does everything John touches fall apart?" Elena asks in an upcoming episode of The Vampire Diaries.
We still don't know who John Gilbert (David Anders) works for or why he's really back in Mystic Falls, but Anders swears to TVGuide.com that his intentions for his biological daughter, Elena (Nina Dobrev), are good. But, he warns, "Nothing ever goes well by this guy. He likes to try to convey that sh--'s under control, but it never is, it seems."
On this week's episode of The Vampire Diaries, Stefan and Elena get away for what they hope will be a romantic weekend at the Gilbert family's lake house, not realizing they've been followed. Jules explains the importance of the sun and moon curse to Tyler, but leaves out an important detail. And Damon attends a tea at the Historical Society to talk to Elijah, who isn't giving up any secrets.
AMC will unveil its newest series, The Killing, with a two-hour premiere on Sunday, April 3, the network announced Thursday.
Based on the Danish TV series Forbrydelsen, the show focuses on the murder of a young Seattle girl, Rosie Larsen, and the subsequent police investigation. Production on the 13-episode first season started in December in Vancouver.
AMC begins production on The Killing
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Camille Grammer is officially an ex-housewife: her divorce from actor Kelsey Grammer has been granted.
On Thursday, documents were filed with the Los Angeles Superior Court, and a judge signed the decree.
HBO is heading back to New Orleans with the Season 2 premiere of Treme on Sunday, April 24.
Treme chronicles New Orleans three months after Hurricane Katrina as its citizens struggle to put their lives, and their city, back together. Among those citizens are a part-time DJ and jazz aficionado (Steve Zahn), a bar owner torn between staying in New Orleans or settling in Baton Rouge (Khandi Alexander) and trombonist Antoine Battiste (Wendell Pierce).
Jack Black, host of the 24th Annual Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards
Disney darling Miley Cyrus leads the nominees for Nickelodeon's annual Kids' Choice Awards, the network announced Thursday. She's up for three — Favorite TV Actress, Favorite Movie Actress and Favorite Female Singer.
Big Time Rush and Justin Bieber are right behind Cyrus, scoring two nods each.
Christopher Nolan's breakout film Memento is returning to theaters — for one night only.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the movie will hit the big screen to celebrate the 10th anniversary of its release. It will screen Thursday, Feb. 17, at 11 select theaters across the U.S. and Canada.