Move over, Angelina Jolie: Jennifer Aniston just beat you on the list of 100 Hottest Women of All Time.
The Friends star was voted No. 1 on the recent MensHealth.com poll, topping a list that includes...
Raquel Welch and Bo Derek are going to heat up CSI: Miami.
The iconic sex symbols will guest-star in separate episodes of the crime drama early next year.
Bo Derek to guest-star as herself on Chuck
Derek will play a "well-preserved" mother who runs a horse ...
Confirming that which TVGuide.com reported Wednesday morning, CBS has officially has picked up the comedy pilot The Captain as a mid-season series, for six episodes. The ensemble includes Jeffrey Tambor (you say Arrested Development, I say The Ropers) as a retired screenwriting legend, as well as Chris Klein, Raquel Welch, JoAnna Garcia and Al Madrigal.
Today's pilot-casting quickies, per the Reporter: Dean Cain will play a veteran officer in Protect and Serve, a CBS drama from Las Vegas creator Gary Scott Thompson. Also added to the cast are Eric Balfour (24), Tamala Jones and Monica Potter. Paige Turco (who never thanked me for the roses I sent her some 16 years ago... ) and Jessica Collins (Tru Calling edition) have come on board ABC's drama about four high-powered CEOs/CEO wannabes (played by Dylan McDermott, Michael Vartan, Joshua Malina and Christopher Titus). Raquel Welch is a bombshell former TV star on CBS' The Captain. Following a disappointing Monday table read, production has been pushed back on 24 cocreator Bob Cochran's NSA Innocent, as the lead character is being tweaked and portrayer Stephen Moyer will be recast.
Question: When I was a kid, I saw a movie where some scientists are reduced to miniature size and injected into a person's bloodstream. While inside, one guy was attacked by a white blood cell and they ended up washing out through the person's eyeball. It wasn't Innerspace. If you could help it with the title I'd really appreciate it. Answer: That was no guy — that was Raquel Welch being attacked by corpuscles! The movie is Fantastic Voyage (1966), and it's the clear inspiration for Innerspace (1987), except that Innerspace plays the idea of a miniature person trapped inside someone's body for laughs, while Fantastic Voyage is dead serious. The quintessentially '60s cast includes