It takes a lot to get red carpet ready even if you are People's Most Beautiful Woman in the World. But when Gwyneth Paltrow wore a see-through dress to the Iron Man 3 premiere this past week, she had to go to some very extreme measures.
"I kind of had a disaster," Paltrow, 40, told Ellen DeGeneres on her talk show. "I was doing a show and I changed there, and I went and I couldn't wear underwear...
Robert Downey Jr.
"I can't sleep, and when I do I have nightmares," Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) says, recalling the events he underwent in The Avengers. Unfortunately for him, things are about to get a whole lot worse.
The biggest stars in Hollywood are coming together Friday for Stand Up to Cancer's third prime-time fundraising special.
Tom Hanks, Justin Timberlake, Julia Roberts and more will appear on the Gwyneth Paltrow-produced telecast to raise money for the fight against cancer. Supporters can call in and donate money to the cause during the commercial-free event.
In the tradition of all great detectives, Swedish bundle-of-brooding Kurt Wallander can't escape crime no matter where he goes — and that includes the country home he is just moving into with his lady love as the first of three new Wallander movies kicks off a third season on Masterpiece Mystery! (Sunday, PBS, check tvguide.com listings).
Hollywood is ready to Stand Up to Cancer for the organization's third prime-time television fundraising special.
Gwyneth Paltrow and Joel Callen of Tenth Planet Productions will produce the broadcast as they try to rally support in the fight against cancer.
The star-studded event will include appearances by Julia Roberts, Matt Damon, Jessica Biel, Samuel L. Jackson, Seth Rogen, Emma Stone, Simon Baker, Chelsea Handler, Joe Manganiello and others.
Chord Overstreet, Sarah Jessica Parker
Ryan Murphy sure knows how to make an entrance. The showrunner behind Glee, American Horror Story and NBC's upcoming comedy The New Normal has only been on Twitter for a day, but he seems to be taking to the 140-character format very quickly.
In his first day on the social networking site, the Emmy winner posted revealing behind-the-scenes pictures from two of his shows — one of Lea Michele with guest star Kate Hudson and the other of new American Horror Story cast member Adam Levine posing with an image known only as "bloody face." Here are six more spoilers Murphy shared with Gleeks Tuesday...
Darren Criss, Peter Gallagher
Gwyneth Paltrow, Neil Patrick Harris, Britney Spears and Ricky Martin — Glee has never had a problem luring A-list talent to the halls of McKinley High for guest-starring roles. And the roles of the glee clubbers' parents have been no exception. In its first three seasons, the Fox musical has nabbed comedy pioneers (Carol Burnett), Broadway vets (Victor Garber, Idina Menzel), sci-fi stars (Jeff Goldblum) and even produced an Emmy nominee (Mike O'Malley). Now that there are a new group of seniors set to rule the school — or at least the choir room — this season on Glee, could meeting Blaine's dad and Artie's mom be far behind? The cast shared their top choices to play their TV parents...
Stand Up To Cancer
Stand Up to Cancer is returning to TV two years after its last star-studded fundraiser.
The event will be simulcast commercial-free on...
We still don't know how much we will see of the McKinley High Class of 2012 when Glee returns in September. But one member of New Directions will be back in a big way: Sam Evans! With everybody's favorite "Trouty Mouth" aka Chord Overstreet in talks to become a series regular, here are five things we're most hoping to see from Sam next season:
Glee, Lea Michele and Chris Colfer
The Glee waiting game is over. At least a little. When announcing Fox's 2012-2013 TV schedule, entertainment president Kevin Reilly finally gave Gleeks a glimmer of what Season 4 will look like following the New Direction seniors' graduation. Instead of selfishly making Rachel (Lea Michele) and Kurt (Chris Colfer) hang around McKinley next year like Lima losers, the show will follow the duo to a performing arts school in New York — where they'll run into the likes of Kate Hudson and Sarah Jessica Parker — while also still keeping up with New Directions. But will the show be able to pull it off? We look at why this approach may or may not succeed...