Lupita Nyong'o, Adam Driver
Though no official castings have been announced, the rumor mill is working overtime when it comes to reported castings for Star Wars: Episode VII. So who might be feeling the force in J.J. Abrams' upcoming installment?
Jason Dohring, Kristen Bell
Alright, marshmallows, we waited seven years for this — and it was worth every frakking second!
The Veronica Mars movie was filled with all the secrets, romance and yes, even murder, that we've come to expect from the franchise. But how did the cast feel about some of the film's biggest twists? TVGuide.com spoke to the stars and creator Rob Thomas at the New York City premiere to weigh in on where Veronica (Kristen Bell) ended up, who she ended up with and more.
[Warning: The following contains major spoilers from the Veronica Mars movie.]
Anne Heche will star opposite Jason Isaacs in USA's upcoming event series Dig.
The Emmy nominee will play Lynn, the head of Jerusalem's FBI office and Peter's (Isaacs) boss. To complicate the matters, Lynn is also Peter's only friend and love interest. She's a tough leader and doesn't go easy on Peter, but Lynn also has a soft side.
Of course she did.
During her first SXSW performance Thursday night, Lady Gaga let artist Millie Brown — otherwise known as the vomit painter — puke on her chest.
As Gaga performed "Swine," Brown repeatedly stuck her fingers down her throat and regurgitated bright green milk onto the singer, making us once again question what exactly Nickelodeon's notorious slime was made of.
Hal Douglas, who lent his voice to thousands of movie trailers, passed away on March 7, People reports. He was 89.
Douglas died at his northern Virginia home, surrounded by his wife Ruth and daughter Sarah, according to his family. The legendary voice-over artist had been battling pancreatic cancer since 2010.
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Douglas rarely made onscreen appearances, though he did for the 2002 Jerry Seinfeld documentary Comedian, in which he was filmed working from a recording booth. But for the past 15 years, Douglas worked from the horse farm he shared with his wife.
After suffering a stroke in October, Douglas lost most of his speaking ability. "It was very, very interesting to watch this man learning how to speak again," his daughter Sarah said, adding that he was able to relearn a limited amount.
Despite his 2010 cancer diagnosis, Sarah wanted other cancer patients to know that "he had a great four years."