Jason Landau and Cheyenne Jackson
Cheyenne Jackson and Jason Landau were married over the weekend in a star-studded outdoor ceremony, People reports.
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.
Kate Winslet and her husband Ned Rocknroll have decided to name their new son Bear,People reports.
Born Dec. 7 in England, Bear is the first child for Winslet and Rocknroll and joins Winslet's two other children from previous relationships: Mia, 13, and Joe, 10.
Alicia Silverstone wants your breast milk.
The Clueless star recently launched Kind Mama Milk Share, a breast milk exchange program to help out vegan parents in need. Silverstone was inspired to create the program after hearing about a friend who couldn't produce enough breast milk and had a hard time learning about the lifestyle choices of donors.
Imagine a world in which the NFL, the NBA and Major League Baseball all decided to move their seasons to the same time of year. It would be chaos, for fans and the professional sports business alike. And yet, in television, that's essentially what happens during pilot season.
The broadcast networks traditionally order pilots during the first few months of the year. From there, it's a race to find the best actors, hire a crew, build sets and produce a show before May, when the upcoming fall schedules are announced. The field has always been crowded, but this spring, several cable networks and online retailer-turned-programmer Amazon are also developing new shows that they hope will go to series (cable networks typically produce pilots throughout the year, usually avoiding the spring).
Do you still keep an argyle miniskirt in your closet? Are you sporting a short pixie haircut? Or maybe, you're all about Wayfarer sunglasses? If you said yes to any of these questions, then you have Hollywood to thank for your keen style. On Monday, Feb. 18 at 9/8c, TV Guide Network will spotlight these and more on Iconic Movie Looks, a brand-new one-hour special.
Jane Levy and Jeremy Sisto
The pressure is on for Suburgatory this coming season. On-screen, the family comedy is preparing to introduce the long-gone mom of Tessa (Jane Levy) as well as finally put will-they-or-won't-they couple George (Jeremy Sisto) and Dallas (Cheryl Hines) together. Off-screen, the family comedy is in the hot seat (in a good way) after a last-minute bump on the fall schedule from 8:30/7:30c to the coveted post-Modern Family spot of 9:30/8:30c.
"I'm still trying to figure out what I should send [ABC Entertainment President] Paul Lee as a thank you gift," creator and executive producer Emily Kapnek says. "It's not just a huge opportunity, but a good fit. We were a little bit edgy at times for...
Jane Levy and Carly Chaikn
[SPOILER ALERT: The following story contains major spoilers from the season finale of Suburgatory. Read at your own risk.]
brother mother! No, Tessa (Jane Levy) didn't actually come face-to-face with her long-gone mama in Suburgatory's season finale. However, she did...
Time magazine has sparked controversy with its latest cover depicting a mom breastfeeding her 3-year-old son.
Los Angeles-based stay-at-home mother Jamie Lynne Grumet, 26, was photographed with her son for the issue that tackles attachment parenting. The divisive practice, which was started by The Baby Book author Dr. Bill Sears, is focused on breastfeeding past infancy, co-sleeping and baby-wearing, which is attaching an infant to their parent via a sling.
Grumet told Time that her mother breastfed her until she was 6 and that she posed for the cover because she wants to make extended breastfeeding publicly acceptable. She said that strangers have threatened to "call social services on me or [said] that it's child molestation" when they see her nursing in public.
Despite what the public might think, Alicia Silverstone does not regret feeding her son bird-style.
"I can understand that it would make some people feel uncomfortable, possibly, because it's new to them," Silverstone told Entertainment Tonight last week. "But I do want to let you know that this has been going on for thousands of years — still going ...