House - Olivia Wilde
Remember Thirteen's mysterious request for time off on this week's House finale? It makes a little more sense now.
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Olivia Wilde will ...
For all the good things Twitter does — thanks again for helping us discover this — it's also the central location for celebrity death rumors to spin out of control. Check out eight celebs that Twitter has killed off (and who we're happy to report are still alive).
Rosie O'Donnell, Howard Stern
Fans aren't the only ones taking a side in the late-night wars. Celebrities from Rosie O'Donnell to Jerry Seinfeld are sharing their two cents on the matter as well. Check out the top 13 quotes in the Conan O'Brien vs. Jay Leno dispute.
Harrison Ford, Paul McCartney
Paul McCartney, Harrison Ford, Olivia Wilde and Reese Witherspoon have joined the long list of presenters for the 67th annual Golden Globe awards.
Tom Hanks, Neil Patrick Harris, Christina Aguilera to present at Golden Globes
The Hollywood Foreign Press previously announced a roster of celebrity presenters including ...
George Lucas and Steven Spielberg
Hollywood's richest men have Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull to thank.
George Lucas, who earned $170 million in 2008, and his Indy co-producer Steven Spielberg ($150 million), top Forbes' first list of the 15 highest-earning men in entertainment. Their Crystal Skull star Harrison Ford, who reportedly negotiated for a healthy chunk of the film's back-end profits, earned $65 million, which was enough to land him at No. 11 on the list.
TV and movie producers occupied many prominent spots on the list, including Jerry Bruckheimer (No. 3, $100 million), Tyler Perry (No. 6, $75 million), Dick Wolf (No. 7, $75 million) and Simon Cowell (No. 8, $75 million). Musicians Bruce Springsteen (No. 9, $70 million) and Kenny Chesney (No. 12, $65 million), buoyed by tour revenues, made the cut. Seinfeld co-creators Jerry Seinfeld (No. 4, $85 million) and Larry David (No. 15, $55 million) prove that syndication is forever, and that they are still the masters of their financial domain.
Rounding out the list are Oprah protégée Dr. Phil McGraw (No. 5, $80 million), radio shock jock Howard Stern (No. 10, $70 million), mystery writer James Patterson (No. 13, $60 million), and actor-producer Adam Sandler (No. 14, $55 million).
In a shocking twist of events, I did not make the list.
Harrison Ford and Calista Flockhart
Movie star Harrison Ford and Brothers & Sisters cast member Calista Flockhart are engaged to be married.
Ford popped the question over Valentine's Day weekend, while the couple was ...
Keri Russell has joined Brendan Fraser and Harrison Ford in CBS Films' first movie, an as-yet-untitled medical drama.
Based on a true story, the film revolves around John Crowley (Fraser), who joins forces with Ford's unconventional doctor to find a cure for his children's rare genetic disorder. Russell will play ...
Brendan Frazier, Harrison Ford
This is what you call a match made in tomb raider heaven.
Mummy main man Brendan Fraser has joined Indy himself, Harrison Ford, in CBS Films' first big-screen picture — but it has nothing to do with archaeology.
The actors will headline the tentatively titled Crowley, a ...
Harrison Ford is giving his Indiana Jones adventures a rest long enough to star in J.J. Abrams' latest project, Morning Glory.
Far from Abrams' signature thrillers, Glory is a comedy about an ailing morning news show in chaos. Rachel McAdams is in talks to sign on as an aspiring producer who tries to temper the storm of feuding anchors and set the show straight. Ford will play...
Shia LaBeouf in Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull courtesy Paramount Pictures
George Lucas out promoting his new Star Wars The Clone Wars movieTV series detailed in the new TV Guide dismisses speculation that Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull effectively set up Shia LaBeoufs Mutt Williams to inherit the franchise[Harrison Ford] is Indiana Jones Lucas tells the AP If Indiana Jones wasnt in it youd have to call it Mutt Williams and the Search for Elvis Yeah its Mutt Williams and the Search for ElvisThough Crystal Skull the series fourth installment and one that was many years in the making suffered considerable whip-lash from critics Lucas wont rule out another sequel [It] really depends on me coming up with a good idea he says So were doing research now to see if we cant come up with another object for [Indiana Jones] to chase Perhaps a late Medicare payment Matt Mitovich