Bracy Maynard, Renee Oteri
Only a few weeks after getting engaged, The Bachelor alum Renee Oteri has married her fiancé Bracy Maynard.
"And THAT just happened. I married my best friend of 22 years," Oteri wrote on Instagram with a photo of her in her lace wedding dress. Oteri's 8-year old son acted as best man.
RZA, Paul Walker
A new trailer for Paul Walker's final completed film Brick Mansions has been released.
The late actor, who died in a car crash in November, plays Damien Collier, an undercover cop with a mission to avenge his father's death. Brick Mansions is a remake of the 2004 French film District B13 and will hit theaters April 25.
[WARNING: The following contains major spoilers from Thursday's episode of Vikings. Read at your own risk.]
Vikings is no stranger to violence, but what happened to Athelstan this week was almost too painful to watch.
The former monk-turned-Viking warrior was captured by the Anglo-Saxons and, in a cruel twist of fate, strung up and crucified wearing a crown of thorns. George Blagden spoke to TVGuide.com about filming the excruciating ordeal, what's next for Athelstan and more.
Josh Gad, Billy Crystal
FX has ordered 13 episodes of The Comedians, a half-hour sitcom starring Billy Crystal and Josh Gad, the network announced Wednesday.
The Comedians, based on a Swedish series of the same name, will offer an unfiltered behind-the-scenes look at late-night sketch comedy. Crystal stars as a successful veteran comedian who is reluctantly paired with Gad, an edgier up-and-coming star. The show also marks Crystal's first starring TV role since his role as Jodie Dallas on Soap.
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Larry Charles, Matt Nix and Ben Wexler will write and executive-produce the project, along with Crystal. Gad will serve as a producer.
Fast & Furious 7
Production has resumed on Fast & Furious 7 following the death of star Paul Walker in November.
Tyrese, who plays Roman Pearce, shared a photo from Dubai on Instagram Tuesday with the caption, "I'm back."
Game of Thrones
"The war is not over," Stannis Baratheon (Stephen Dillane) warns in the latest trailer for Game of Thrones' fourth season.
But while the War of the Five Kings wages on in the Seven Kingdoms, Daenerys (Emilia Clarke) lays a siege of her own across the narrow sea. "Let the priests argue over good and evil. They can live in my new world or they can die in their old one," Khaleesi instructs.