Diane Keaton and Ellen DeGeneres
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12. Worst Dating Rule: Ryan Lochte may not want to do The Bachelor, but he's still looking for love on What Would Ryan Lochte Do? the only way he knows how. Seriously, he only knows one way: take a girl out for a little raw fish, because he's "never met a girl that didn't like sushi." (Until he meets Megan, who has never eaten sushi or even heard of wontons.) When his older sisters learn this, they reprimand him for taking all his dates to the same place. "It might be the same place. It might be the same table," he says. "But it's a...
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.
Big Bird and Seth Myers
Saturday Night Live welcomed Daniel Craig as host, but even James Bond was no match for the week's biggest star: Big Bird! The Sesame Street mainstay appeared on "Weekend Update" to discuss being mentioned by Governor Mitt Romney during last week's presidential debate. "It's so weird to think about that just a few days ago, I could just blend in like every other perfectly normal 8-foot talking bird." Watch the clip below...
Scott Bakula and Marcia Cross
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12. Most Disturbing Use of Ear Muffs: Things get complicated quickly on Suburgatory when Eden — Noah's surrogate and George's lady friend — asks her baby doctor to say why having sex is good for the baby in front of Noah, George, Noah's wife Jill , George's daughter Tessa, and nosy neighbor Sheila. A fight breaks out between the overly protective Noah, George and Jill, at which point the doctor tells everyone to calm down because the baby is not reacting well to the tension. Cut to a sonogram of the fetus very clearly putting hands over his or her ears. The baby is not even born yet and needs a...
Megamind again led the movie box office, bringing in $30.1 million in its second weekend, Box Office Mojo reports.
Action flick Unstoppable, starring Denzel Washington and Chris Pine, brought in $23.5 million in its debut weekend.
Jason Patric is the latest to join the cast of HBO's Hollywood blogger pilot, Tilda, Deadline reports.
Diane Keaton and Ellen Page to headline HBO's Tilda
The 43-year-old actor will play Andrew Brown, the man behind...
Diane Keaton, Ellen Page
Diane Keaton and Ellen Page have been cast in HBO's new Hollywood blogger pilot Tilda, Entertainment Weekly reports.
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Keaton, 64, will play the title character, a powerful and greatly feared Hollywood blogger...
Diane Keaton in Night Gallery screengrab courtesy NBC
Todays Video Break: Night GalleryEpisode: "Room with a View"Year: 1970Why we love this episode: Because its insane to think about how young Diane Keaton was in this episode! She played a sprightly young nurse who unwittingly helps an invalid man get back at his unfaithful wife. And as an added bonustheres two more stories in the collection immediately after! Watch it now! | More online videos
Stephen Collins with Diane Keaton, Because I Said So
Stephen Collins must have an "in" with The Big Guy Up There, because this weekend the patriarch of the CW's long-running 7th Heaven (Sundays at 8 pm/ET) is hitting the big screen to woo no less than Diane Keaton. TVGuide.com spoke with the actor about slipping out of the reverend's collar to reunite with (and mack on) Annie Hall, and invited him to dispel the "7th Heaven versus Everwood" myth.
TVGuide.com: First, let's put some people at ease. Stephen Collins does not have a serious heart condition. Rev. Eric Camden does. I hear there's some confusion?Steph
Colin Ferguson, Eureka
Starting tonight at 9 pm/ET, Sci Fi Channel's Eureka ventures into the same Pacific Northwest that played home to Twin Peaks as it tells the tale of a tiny town harboring a big secret: namely, a population of geniuses, many of whom toil for a top-secret government think tank. Playing U.S. Marshal Jack Carter, through whom viewers experience this strange (and soon about to become stranger) world, is Colin Ferguson, whose alter ego has little idea that this quick pass through town, with a temperamental teenage daughter in tow, will turn into a very "extended" stay.
TVGuide.com: How are you doing there, Colin?
Colin Ferguson: I'm han