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Betty White Looks Back and Ahead on Her Golden Career

Betty White

Betty White and the word "retire" don't go together. The word isn't even in her vocabulary, she says.

"Why should I retire from something I love doing? You can't get rid of me that way!" she tells "It's been 61 years. It doesn't seem that long, but I've been so lucky to kind of do a little of everything. How lucky can one person be?"

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Longevity in show business requires a little bit more than luck. White, who turned 88 on Jan. 17, is working more than ever these days, proving that her ...
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Avatar, Glee, Streep and Dexter Stars Win Golden Globes

Dexter, Avatar

It was a record-setting night at the 67th Golden Globe Awards as Mad Men became the first drama series to three-peat and Meryl Streep picked up her record seventh Globe trophy to become the winningest performer in the history of the ceremony.

James Cameron's epic blockbuster Avatar was named best drama picture, and Cameron earned the best director prize. The Hangover won best comedy picture and is the first ...
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Twilight and House Top 2010 People's Choice Awards

Queen Latifah

The Twilight film series, TV drama House and actress Sandra Bullock topped the People's Choice Awards at Wednesday's night ceremony.

Hosted by Queen Latifah, the show honored fan favorites in TV, movies, music and other areas of pop culture.

At Los Angeles' Nokia Theatre, The... read more

Blind Side Tackles Twilight in Box Office

The Blind Side

The Blind Side took in $20.4 million over the weekend, overtaking the wildly popular The Twilight Saga: New Moon at the box office.

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The Warner Bros. football-inspired drama has been the runner-up to the vampire romance for the ... read more

Oscars Poll: You Really Like Sally Field (and Billy Crystal)

As anticipation for this Sunday's 80th Academy Awards grows, some Oscar fans just can't help looking back. In a survey by Parade magazine, readers were asked to pinpoint the most memorable moments from the show's 80-year history as well as sound off on this year's races. Categories included everything from most memorable acceptance speech — which went to Sally Field's "You like me right now!" declaration — to the viewers' preferred host of the annual event, where Billy Crystal was the landslide winner.Richard Gere and Sandra Bullock came away as the fans' favorite actor and actress to never receive an Oscar nod, while (shocker, not!) 69 percent of readers want the acceptance speeches cut shorter. Looking toward this weekend's ceremony, George Clooney (Michael Clayton) and Cate Blanchett (Elizabeth: The Golden Age) are your picks in the lead-acting contests, while No Country for Old Men has the viewers' support for best picture. (Full results from the survey can be found he... read more

"The Test"

This was definitely one of the tougher episodes in recent memory especially being the mother of a son Watching Gates brave young patient succumb to his terminal respiratory disease was almost too much to bear The scene with the chaplain and the mother watching his struggle for each breath was heartbreaking made even more so by the courage and conviction the boy demonstrated by making the decision not to go on a ventilator On a much more lighthearted note I felt like there was a lot of chemistry between Sam and Gates as they butted heads over the ethical handling of the case Ive said it before but I really feel like a Sam-Tony pairing would be an interesting place to go especially when you think about the kids and the connection they would have there Come on ER writers throw me a boneAs Pratt and Morris opted for a rather nontraditional approach to preparing for their board exams a new attending came on the scene I loved Kari Matchett on both Invasion and St read more

Porn-free ScarJo Rebuffs Jenna Jameson Biopic

Scarlett Johanssen by Jamie McCarthy/

Crushing pretty much the world's entire heterosexual male population, Scarlett Johansson has let it be known that she will not be playing X-rated movie star Jenna Jameson in Heartbreaker, a movie about Jameson's checkered past. "Scarlett… has no interest in playing this role," sniffs her rep. Not even if our own Matt Webb Mitovich would consider her nuanced portrayal of the adult-film scorcher, like, totally the best birthday present ever? In other casting news, Ryan Reynolds is thisclose to playing the underling that brittle boss Sandra Bullock strong-arms into marriage to avoid deportation in The Proposal.... Also, ABC has signed Party of Five alum Scott Wolf to a development deal. All of which will be cold comfort to Matt. read more

Also at the Movies, Spider-Man Foe Attracts Bullock

Spider-Man 3 baddie Thomas Haden Church is in talks to star as the object of Sandra Bullock's affection in the kooky romcom All About Steve.... Gerard Butler, Tom Wilkinson, Thandie Newton and rapper Ludacris will topline RocknRolla, a new caper from Mr. Madonna, Guy Ritchie. read more

Crazed Sandra Bullock Fan Is No Miss Congeniality

Sandra Bullock and Jesse James by Lester Cohen/

Talk about a Speed demon. Marcia Diana Valentine of Huntington Beach, California, tried to mow down Sandra Bullock's hubby, Jesse James, with her Mercedes on Sunday after Bullock asked her apparently off-kilter "biggest fan" to leave the couple's home, the AP reports.After hopping into her car and throwing it into reverse, Valentine, 45, "attempted to hit [James] three or four times," then sped away, says a spokesman for the county sheriff. James was not injured, and Valentine was found and arrested on Monday on charges of assault with a Lake House DVD deadly weapon. read more

Heroes, 24, Class: A Busy Monday

For months, the thing about Heroes that bothered me most was Milo Ventimiglia’s hair: specifically, that dreaded dangling forelock Peter Petrelli kept playing with, as if in thrall to a fetish. I’ve long wanted the boy to get a haircut. But not like this!Quite the horrifying climax to the March cliff-hanger (no new episodes until April 23), as Sylar pinned that dupe Mohinder to the ceiling while slicing into Peter Petrelli’s skull to see why Peter ticks like Sylar, only less murderously. Blood drops from Peter’s forehead onto the floor, followed by that hank of hair. I cringed, then I cheered. Well done.The episode was a crackerjack thrill ride with one reversal after another. Simone rising from the dead? Shut up! It’s really Candice, the slinky shape-shifter! Mrs. Bennet betraying her hubby, in cahoots with The Company? Shut up! It’s really Candice, the slinky shape-shifter! What fun.By the way, I love how the writers have evolved HRG from sinister man... read more

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