Awards season makes its second stop Sunday at the 19th Screen Actors Guild Awards (8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on TNT/TBS). While we count down the minutes, let's take a stab at who will take home the big prizes. Can Homeland keep its win streak going? Will we see a Best Picture front-runner come out of this? Check out our predictions below and tell us yours.
This week's top videos run the gamut from the best to the worst — from a tiny, aspiring NFL cheerleader to the most wince-worthy fails of the year. Also among our favorites? The Hanukkah/Montell Jordan parody "This Is How We Jew It," the Glee cast's inability to remember the words to "The First Noel," and the stars and crew of 30 Rock weighing in on how they think the show should bow out. Check out those clips and more below:
A federal jury has dismissed Stephen Baldwin's lawsuit against Kevin Costner, The Associated Press reports.
In December 2010, Baldwin and his friend Spyridon Contogouris filed a lawsuit in a Louisiana court over securities fraud and misrepresentation, claiming that the Dances with Wolves star tricked him into selling shares of a company that has technology to separate oil from water. Baldwin said that Costner and his business partners made a lucrative deal with BP for his oil-filtration system and then bought out Baldwin's shares while keeping them in the dark about the sale to BP. Baldwin and Contogouris were seeking $17 million.
The jury deliberated for two hours Thursday before siding with Costner.
There might be more feuding coming to TV!
On the heels of History Channel's record-breaking debut of its Hatfields & McCoys miniseries this week, news comes that Charlize Theron is shopping a modern-day adaptation of the Western tale, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
History Channel's miniseries Hatfields & McCoys premiered to a record 13.9 million viewers on Monday.
The program, which continues Tuesday and Wednesday at 9/8c, was the No. 1 non-sports telecast in basic cable television history.
Inside History's epic miniseries Hatfields & McCoys