About two weeks before the 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, a team of producers lock themselves in a room with a giant floor plan of L.A.'s Shrine Expo Hall posted on the wall in order to figure out the seating assignments for this year's 221 nominees and their guests.
Since the awards show's inception almost two decades ago, "We've wanted to make sure the actors were seated together, because it's their union," says SAG Awards producer Kathy Connell, who stresses the importance of...
Medical Center star Chad Everett has died. He was 75.
The actor died in his Los Angeles home Tuesday after a year-and-a-half-long battle with lung cancer, Everett's daughter, Katherine Thorp, told The Associated Press.
Everett, who was born Raymon Lee Cramton, rose to fame playing Dr. Joe Cannon on Medical Center, a role which earned him two Golden Globe nods and an Emmy nomination.
Little things — or rather "big" in this case — like breast implants won't stop Kourtney Kardashian from breastfeeding after she gives birth in December. "I actually went to my doctor today and asked him about it, and he said you usually can," the reality starlet told TVGuide.com. "You just need to try it because you won't know until you try."
Kardashian's disclosure reminded us of how often celeb-parents overshare about breastfeeding. It's a natural, beautiful, healthy thing and all, but sometimes: TMI. Here are our top 8 favorite celebrity breastfeeding stories:
Liev Schreiber missed Tuesday's premiere of X-Men Origins: Wolverine to be with his 21-month-old son, Sasha, who was hospitalized for respiratory problems.
The actor, who plays Wolverine's nemesis, Sabretooth, left Los Angeles to join his partner, Naomi Watts, and their two children in New York, People reports. Sasha remained in the hospital overnight and was released Wednesday morning.
"Sasha got home today and is feeling much better," Schreiber's rep said Wednesday.
Watts is currently shooting