The casket carrying actor Philip Seymour Hoffman
Roughly 400 friends and family attended Philip Seymour Hoffman's funeral on Friday in New York, People reports.
Among those in attendance at the Church of St. Ignatius Loyola in Manhattan were his former co-stars...
One Direction: This Is Us
One Direction sang and danced their way to the top spot at the box office over the three-day holiday weekend, unseating The Butler, which had occupied the No. 1 slot for the past two weeks.
Here's blood in your eye. And your hair, chest, ears, anywhere and everywhere it might pool. Gird your loins to make way for TV's most relentless avenging gladiator/terminator in Starz' Spartacus: War of the Damned (Friday, 9/8c), kicking off the final season of the premium channel's signature series of lust and bloodlust.
Marc Warren and Archie Panjabi
14. No Good Deed Goes Unpunished Award: On The Amazing Race premiere, Amy, a double-amputee, and Daniel are on their way to a first-place finish and a $1 million bonus (the team that wins the first and last legs will win $2 million) when Daniel decides to tell Abbie and Ryan where the final clue is — "because that's just the type of guy he is," according to Amy. There is no karma for their good deed: Abbie and Ryan overtake them on the sprint to the Pit Stop and are now the ones eligible for the bonus. Guys, whatever happened to the...
Uma Thurman has given birth to a baby girl, her rep confirms.
Uma Thurman pregnant with third child
The baby arrived Sunday and is the first child for the actress and her boyfriend, financier Arpad Busson. No other details were released. Thurman has two ...
Uma Thurman is pregnant with her third child, People reports.
This is the first child for the 41-year-old actress and...
Ethan Hawke is a father once more.
The 40-year-old Training Day star and his wife, Ryan Shawhughes, welcomed a baby girl named....
Bill Nighy is close to signing on for the remake of 1990's Total Recall, The Hollywood Reporter says. He would take on the role of Quatto, whose counterpart in the original film hosted a parasitic twin that led the mutant resistance...
It's do-or-die time at the broadcast networks, as executives make some tough choices for next season. On their plates: deciding which current shows to kill and identifying potential hits from more than 80 pilots. Here are some burning questions to keep in mind as the powers that be prepare to unveil their 2011-2012 schedules the week of May 16.
Will the networks play it bold or play it safe?
After a lackluster season, executives are itching to find riskier fare, like the 1960s-set drama Playboy and the Steven Spielberg-produced musical drama Smash (a lock to get on the air) at NBC, as well as ABC's airline period ...