Something tells us Kim Kardashian won't be tuning into The Mindy Project this season.
Her ex-husband, NBA player Kris Humphries, has signed on to guest-star on an upcoming episode of the...
Happy Endings' Adam Pally already has his next sitcom gig lined up. Pally will be joining the cast of The Mindy Project for Season 2, TVLine reports.
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James Franco will guest-star on the upcoming sophomore season of The Mindy Project for at least two episodes, Fox announced Tuesday.
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Fred "Mister" Rogers was a good neighbor for years — now his life story is about to be open for all to see.
One Life to Live is getting crazy, folks.
Michael Cera and Rihanna
Michael Cera should not get fresh with Rihanna!
The actor learns that the hard way in the new red-band trailer for This Is the End, Seth Rogen's directorial debut in which the celebrities play themselves in an apocalyptic comedy. Among those celebs are Cera, who tries to grab Rihanna's behind — much to her dismay.
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Check out the red-band trailer, which also includes cameos from James Franco, Jonah Hill, Emma Watson and Aziz Ansari, among others:
James Franco and Michelle Williams
Oz The Great and Powerful set a record for 2013 in its opening weekend, netting $80.2 million and soaring to a No. 1 position by a landslide. It's the strongest debut for a movie since The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey opened with $84 million back in December, Box Office Mojo reports.
Actor. Author. Artist. Director. Oscars host. James Franco has many impressive titles to his name and now he's adding another — activitist.
The Spider-Man actor, 34, posted a YouTube video early Monday to protest Australia's "really silly" decision to ban a film made by his friend and collaborator Travis Mathews.
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Maybe William Shatner is available?
After getting mixed reviews as Oscars host this past Sunday, Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane says that he has no interest in taking a second stab at the high-pressure gig.
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His fans are thrilled, except for the ones who are totally pissed. Emmy winner Steve Burton made big news — and crushed a lot of hearts — last fall when he left his role as General Hospital mob man Jason Morgan and moved to Nashville. So how come he's back in L.A. and working at The Young and the Restless a mere three months later? Burton hits the CBS soap Jan. 29 as war vet Dylan McAvoy, the supposedly-dead ex of Avery Clark (Jessica Collins). TV Guide Magazine caught up with Burton to get the deets on this head-scratching career move. This star has some 'splainin' to do!