Sacha Baron Cohen's Bruno gave Eminem a "new moon" preview of his own.
The "face-off" between Sacha Baron Cohen's bare backside and Eminem's mug came as a surprise to the viewers of Sunday's MTV Movie Awards, but just how shocked was the rapper also known as Marshall Mathers?
To hear host Andy Samberg's head writer, Scott Aukerman, tell it, not at all.
Ending nearly 24 hours of silence from all involved parties, Aukerman took to his blog to set the record straight: "Yes, the Eminem-Bruno incident was staged. They rehearsed it at dress [rehearsal] and yes, it went as far as it did on the live show."
As previously reported, Cohen's "Bruno" alter ego ...
Move over, Jon and Kate. Showing that eight is definitely not enough when it come to reality television, Nadya "Octo-Mom" Suleman has finalized a deal to star in her own series about her and her 14 children.
Suleman, who gave birth to six boys and two girls in January, signed a deal with British production company Eyeworks to produce a "quasi-reality" show, attorney Jeff Czech tells People. Suleman's show will document select ...
Kimora Lee Simmons and Djimon Hounsou
Not even labor was going to stop Kimora Lee Simmons from tweeting.
The Baby Phat CEO announced her impending delivery and the birth of her new son in the most immediate and modern way possible on Saturday: Twitter.
"It's a boy! Thanks to ...
Billy Bob Thornton
The oldest daughter of Billy Bob Thornton has been charged with child neglect in the death of a 1-year-old baby under her care.
Amanda Brumfield was arrested Friday and charged with child neglect causing harm or disability, the Associated Press reports. Brumfield was released from custody Saturday after posting $2,500 bail.
Brumfield, 29, told Ocoee, Fla., police that a girl she was babysitting in October 2008 fell ...
Jennifer Hudson will soon sing lullabies: The Oscar and Grammy winner is pregnant with her first child, the Chicago Tribune reports.
Hudson, who's engaged to I Love New York 2's David Otunga, held a baby shower in her native Chicago on Saturday, her longtime friend, Felicia Fields, told the paper.
"It was a baby shower, a quiet gathering of ...
Miley Cyrus, Demi Lovato
Two of the Disney Channel's teen queens will continue their reigns: The cabler has ordered new seasons of Hannah Montana and Sonny with a Chance.
Hannah Montana, starring Miley Cyrus, will begin production on Season 4 early next year. Coming off of this season's upcoming cliff-hanger, the next cycle will find the Stewart clan struggling to say goodbye to their Malibu home.
"Hannah Montana has become one of the most iconic series in television history," Disney Channel president Gary Marsh said in announcing the pick-up. "Miley and the producers have proposed a change ...
Some people don't think Conan O'Brien is funny. Those of us who do tend to think these people are missing something — that they don't understand his jokes or appreciate the absurd, or that they just hate laughter itself. But O'Brien, who's taking over The Tonight Show, doesn't want to be divisive. He talked to TVGuide.com about what makes him laugh, what he tells his writers about comedy and how his new audience is different from any other for which he's performed.
Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson
Werewolf? There, wolf! So squealed Twilight fans as they caught glimpse of the first trailer for New Moon, which was sneak-peeked at Sunday's MTV Movie Awards.
In the clip (posted below), the tortured twosome of Bella (Kristen Stewart) and Edward (Robert Pattinson) reach a crossroads when a drop of Bella's blood turns her birthday party into a near feeding frenzy. Soon after, Edward makes the difficult decision to excuse himself from his beloved's life.
That opens the door for Taylor Lautner's Jacob to sniff around Bella — and protect her needed, as seen in the final, primal moment of this premiere preview.
The Twilight Saga: New Moon will have fan girls howling November 20, when it hits theaters.
Watch the trailer after the jump.
Up floated to the top of the box office in its opening weekend, filling its balloons with $68.2 million. That's good enough for No.3 on the animation giant Pixar's all-time list, trailing only Finding Nemo (which opened with $70 mil) and The Incredibles.
Up was unanimously trumpeted by reviewers, and rightfully so. The action-comedy, about an elderly man (voiced by Ed Asner) who sets his house aloft on a journey to South America, was truly wonderful, remarkably original and teeming with ...