Lindsay Lohan says she's planning her theatrical debut in a West End production of Speed-the-Plow.
While attending the Jeremy Scott fashion show in London, Lohan told The New York Times she's been in the U.K. for several months now preparing for a "potential" role in the David Mamet play. "It's the first time I've done a stage play or anything like that," she said. "I'm nervous but I'm excited." The actress would play Karen, a role that Madonna originated in the production's 1988 run at the Royale Theatre. Alicia Silverstone and Elisabeth Moss have also held the role.
Junior Diaz, Esteban Granados
Costa Rica staged a stunning victory during Friday's World Cup games, beating Italy and causing England's elimination.
The Ticos won the game 1-0 with Bryan Ruiz scoring in the first half. The goal also all but sealed England's fate after the Brits lost both of their opening games and needed an Italy win to keep their hopes alive. Regardless, England and Costa Rica face off on Tuesday.
In Group E, Ecuador came from behind to beat Honduras 2-1. In the 65th minute, Enner Valencia scored his second goal, leading his team to victory. Ecuador faces France next.
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Also in Group E, France bested Switzerland 5-2. This vine video sums up the high-scoring game that was called an embarrassing loss for the Swiss.
Saturdays games include Argentina vs. Iran at 12/11c, Germany vs. Ghana at 3/2c and Nigeria vs. Bosnia and Herzegovina at 6/5c, all broadcasting on ESPN.
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Emily Osment might play a cook on TV, but can she cut it in the kitchen in real life?
On ABC Family's upcoming comedy Young & Hungry, Osment stars as a feisty food blogger who becomes the personal chef to a wealthy young tech entrepreneur (Jonathan Sadowsky). In our exclusive fun behind-the-scenes video, co-star Kym Whitley quizzes the cast to see who the group's best cook is, who's the pickiest eater and more. Watch:
San Diego Padres Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn has died, Major League Baseball's commissioner announced. He was 54.
Gwynn passed away at a Poway, Calif. hospital after battling cancer.
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The California native, nicknamed Mr. Padre, joined the franchise in 1982. Two years later he won his first batting title, with a batting average of .351. That year he helped lead the Padres to their first World Series where they lost to the Detroit Tigers. Gwynn went on to become an eight-time National League batting champion.
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Meet the children of Disney's most evil villains.
Disney Channel's upcoming live-action movie Descendants features the kids of Maleficent, the Evil Queen, Jafar and Cruella de Vil as they go to prep school alongside the offspring of Disney heroines, including Mulan and Rapunzel. While the villainous parents see this as an opportunity to use their children to carry out an evil plan that will finally free them from the Isle of the Lost, will the teens follow in the footsteps of their wicked parents?
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Halle Berry, Malia Obama (inset)
Malia Obama is reportedly trying her hand in Hollywood. The 16-year-old is working as a production assistant for the upcoming CBS drama Extant, The Wrap reports.
Obama, who will be 16 on July 4, was spotted on the set of the Halle Berry series helping out for the day. She even got to slate a take, according to the report. The First Daughter is out on summer break from her private school in Washington D.C. An email to CBS was not immediately returned.
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Extant premieres July 9 at 9/8c on CBS.
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The San Antonio Spurs crushed the Miami Heat Sunday night to win the NBA championship.
The Spurs got revenge from last year's match-up by taking Game 5 104-87. Kawhi Leonard, 22, was the youngest player to be named MVP since the Spurs' Tim Duncan received the honor in 1999.
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The win marks the Spurs' fifth championship and ended the Heat's two-year winning streak.
Here Comes Honey Boo Boo
Discovery Communications has apologized for accidentally airing an expletive-filled episode of Here Comes Honey Boo Boo in the U.K.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Ofcom, Britain's media regulating agency, said that they were alerted to the offensive language, including five instances of the word "f---" or "f---ing" and 11 scenes with the word "s—t," by a complainant whose six-year-old child was watching. The episode broadcast at 8 p.m. which is before what's considered the 9 p.m. "watershed" when edgier programming can begin airing.
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Ofcam said that Discovery "extended its unreserved apologies to the viewer for any distress caused by the offensive language in this case" and that the company "investigated this incident and had discovered the program had been broadcast as a result of human error. Discovery accepted immediately that this program breached rules 1.14 and 1.16, apologized and took various steps after the broadcast to ensure it was not shown again before it was re-edited and to improve compliance going forward."
Formula One champion Michael Schumacher is out of a coma and has been transferred to a Switzerland hospital, CNN reports.
"Michael has left ... to continue his long phase of rehabilitation," his manager Sabine Kehm said.
In December, Schumacher was in critical condition after sustaining head trauma while skiing in the French Alps. He underwent two brain surgeries during his stay at the French hospital.
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