If you wished this year's Oscar nominees suffered from a severe lack of cats and double rainbows, Jimmy Kimmel has you covered. The late-night host gave YouTube videos the big-screen trailer treatment during his post-Oscars special — with the help of a few friends, of course.
Frank Underwood might be great at playing politicians, but Kevin Spacey was board to play the piano in the trailer for Ameowadeus. The actor took on the iconic role of Keyboard Cat in the fake trailer, starring opposite Christoph Waltz, Ben Kingsley, Gary Oldman and Mandy Patinkin.
Benjamin McKenzie is returning to the network that made him famous.
The O.C. alum has been tapped to play eventual Batman ally James Gordon in the new Gotham pilot, TVGuide.com has learned.
The drama, which has a series commitment at Fox, explores the origin stories of the man who would go on to be Gotham's future commissioner and...
Michael Pitt has joined Hannibal as a new foe for Dr. Lecter, Entertainment Weekly reports.
Pitt will play Mason Verger, an unstable, wealthy patient of Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen), a role originated by Gary Oldman in the 2001 film Hannibal. When Verger is introduced late into the second season of the NBC show, he will develop a dangerous cat-and-mouse game with the cannibal killer.
Fox has given a series commitment order to the drama pilot Gotham.
The project, from Warner Bros. TV and Mentalist creator Bruno Heller, explores the origin story of the Batman character Commissioner James Gordon and the villains of Gotham City. The one-hour drama takes place when Gordon was still a police detective and had yet to meet Batman, who isn't expected to be a part of the show.
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It's been a decade since the last Robocop film — but is that a good thing?
You can't keep a good curmudgeon down: House's Hugh Laurie is in talks to star as the villain in the new RoboCop film, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Uma Thurman is pregnant with her third child, People reports.
This is the first child for the 41-year-old actress and...
The Artist won Best Picture at the Oscars, but let's face it: The silent, black-and-white flick doesn't appeal to everyone.
Enter Jimmy Kimmel.
Check out all the Oscars fashion hits and misses
On his post-Oscars edition of Jimmy Kimmel Live!, the host unveiled the ...
Gary Oldman, Leonardo DiCaprio
Just after the Oscar nominations were read on Tuesday morning, Albert Brooks tweeted: "And to the Academy: "You don't like me. You really don't like me." The Drive star seemed to be a near-lock for a Best Supporting Actor Oscar nomination, but his name wound up on the wrong side of the shortlist. "I got ROBBED. I don't mean the Oscars, I mean literally. My pants and shoes have been stolen," he continued to quip on Twitter. But Brooks' omission wasn't the only big shocker. Here are our top surprises and snubs:
Asa Butterfield, Melissa McCarthy
Hugo received the most nominations — 11 — for the 84th Academy Awards, followed closely by Best Picture favorite The Artist with 10.
The Martin Scorsese will be one of nine films vying for Best Picture against The Artist, The Descendants, Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close, The Help, Midnight in Paris, Moneyball, The Tree of Life and War Horse. Under new Academy rules, the ...