Star Trek's Bones is getting Human.
Karl Urban, who plays Dr. Leonard "Bones" McCoy in the rebooted Trek films from J.J. Abrams, has landed the leading role in Abrams' futuristic buddy cop drama Human, TVGuide.com has learned.
Khatira Rafiqzada and Michael Ealy
Michael Ealy is a married man — and has been for some time now!
A rep for The Good Wife alum revealed to People Thursday that he married...
Michael Ealy and Warren Kole
Common Law will not be reporting back for duty.
USA has canceled the buddy cop comedy after one season, TVLine reports.
USA announces winter premiere dates for White Collar, Suits and Necessary Roughness
Starring Warren Kole (24) and....
USA Boys of Summer
A cop, a con man and a fake lawyer walk into a bar...and, no joke, every head turns. Still, it's nothing new to see the trio in question — Michael Ealy, Matt Bomer and Patrick J. Adams — with other, equally good-looking buddies. On the cops-in-therapy freshman series Common Law, Ealy's been sparking with costar Warren Kole as mismatched LAPD partners Travis Marks and Wes Mitchell. Bomer's White Collar schemer Neal Caffrey has spent the past three seasons bantering and buddying up to Tim DeKay's straitlaced Fed Peter Burke. And the SAG-nominated Adams is about to kick off his second season as legal-eagle poser Mike Ross opposite Gabriel Macht's slickster attorney Harvey Specter on Suits. Together, this holy trinity of cheekbones and charm exemplify the easy-to-look-at and easier-to-love attitude of USA's sunniest, funniest dramedies. Over drinks at a Manhattan hot spot the day before their high-seas cover shoot, the fellas shot the breeze with us about the network's "blue skies" aesthetic, their on-screen sidekicks and the pitch-perfect cross-over episode...
Michael Ealy, Warren Kole
Common Law odd couple cops Wes (Warren Kole) and Travis (Michael Ealy) are about to go undercover as officers of a different kind of law — the laws governing the heart.
On Friday's episode (10/9c on USA), the duo is tasked with...
Warren Kole and Michael Ealy
In a remote airplane hangar, tires are squealing, bullets are flying, and a kidnapper's escape is being foiled by two cops who look more like models. In fact, it's not clear what's hotter: the Louisiana location on this swampy spring day, or the actors doing the crime fighting. Especially the one with the flu.
"That was vicious, man," drawls Warren Kole, weeks after suiting up and shooting a day of on-set action sequences while saddled with a raging fever.
How happy am I not to be preparing a eulogy for Fringe this weekend, instead celebrating another audacious year of emotionally compelling sci-fi thrills with a grand season, not series, finale (Friday at 9/8c, Fox).
Warren Kole, Michael Ealy
In USA's upcoming new series Common Law, Michael Ealy and Warren Kole play two exceptional police partners who can't stand each other.
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"Common Law is a series about two detectives whose biggest problem is each other," Ealy tells TVGuide.com. "The captain forces us to go to counseling because our arrest record is immaculate, we're very good at what we do, so the twist [in the show] is we have to go to couple's counseling to preserve our relationship in order to stay top cops."
USA's Common Law hosts a Lost reunion
Michael Ealy, Taraji P. Henson
For the second weekend in a row, romantic comedy Think Like a Man nabbed the top spot in the weekend box office. The film, adapted from the non-fiction book by Steve Harvey, pulled in $18 million this weekend — down from last weekend's $33 million, according to Box Office Mojo.
Think Like a Man
The Hunger Games finally lost the battle of the box office after four weeks in the No. 1 spot.
Think Like a Man grossed $33 million in its opening weekend to take the top spot, according to Box Office Mojo. The romantic comedy, adapted from the non-fiction book by Steve Harvey, features an ensemble cast that includes Michael Ealy, Jerry Ferrara, Kevin Hart, Taraji P. Henson, Gabrielle Union and Harvey himself.
The Hunger Games four-peats, The Three Stooges tops new releases