Mark Ruffalo has been offered the role of Hulk alter ego Bruce Banner in The Avengers, but he has yet to decide whether to take it, his management tells TVGuide.com.
A Marvel Studios spokesman declined to comment...
"Would you like to see my basement?" isn't something most girls want to hear when meeting the parents of their date — especially when the basement is full of dead animals.
But The Bachelorette's Kirk DeWindt gave it a shot anyway when he took Ali Fedotowsky to his hometown in Wisconsin. "I was a little nervous to see her reaction ... but I had given her a fair warning — she knew what she was getting into," the 27-year-old suitor told TVGuide.com. "She's a roll-with-the-punches kind of girl, so I figured it wouldn't be too big of a deal."
Mary Occhino is an Italian-American real divorced housewife of Long Island with family drama to spare. But this outspoken mother of three isn't your average working mom. The self-described "psychic intuitive" is the star of Syfy's new six-episode reality series, Mary Knows Best (premiering tonight at 9/8c). Cameras follow Occhino at Sirius XM Radio, where she predicts callers' futures, offers advice and speaks to their deceased loved ones...
Coby Bell has slipped with the greatest of ease into the role of Jesse Porter on Burn Notice (Thursdays, 9/8c, USA), a counterintelligence expert who's joined the do-gooder trio of Michael, Fi and Sam after being inadvertently burned by Michael. Chatting with the hunky Third Watch vet, we get the sneaking suspicion the superspy role comes kind of naturally...
Bethenny Getting Married
Last week, viewers watched Bethenny Frankel walk down the aisle and become a bona fide housewife. But now that she and Jason Hoppy have tied the knot, what's the long-term future of Bethenny Getting Married? Frankel, for one, isn't worried.
"The best parts on my show are when Jason and I are sitting in the kitchen talking about nonsense, or...
What's the deal with Auggie Anderson, the blind CIA tech ops agent on Covert Affairs?
It's not every day that you see a blind guy manning a computer station containing international government secrets—and that's exactly the point. "It is an extreme choice and we haven't really seen it done before," says exec producer Dave Bartis of Auggie, played by Christopher Gorham. "We knew if we did it right, it could be really outstanding...