Looks like Natalie Portman found love on the set of the psychological thriller Black Swan.
Portman and the film's choreographer, Benjamin Millepied, are engaged and expecting their first child, People reports.
Alanis Morissette gave birth to a baby boy on Christmas, People reports.
"Alanis Morissette and Mario 'Souleye' Treadway welcomed a baby boy...
It's been a banner year for Pat Monahan, who's been riding high in the pop charts with his band Train's Grammy-nominated single "Hey, Soul Sister." And now, the lead singer is poised to become a preschool rock star, lending his voice to a lion choo-choo conductor with mad storytelling skills in Sprout's new animated series Driver Dan's Story Train.
Men of a Certain Age
Men of a Certain Age
Bond on the run: Best buds Joe, Owen and Terry continue bonding while running through the challenging twists, turns and zigzags of midlife. The dramedy's second season progresses when Joe sets out to finalize his divorce, but while doing so he digs up interesting information about his teen daughter. As for Owen, he gears up for a car convention, then receives unexpected news from his father. Meanwhile, Terry discovers that his past work in a TV commercial is now coming back to affect his life. Penelope Ann Miller guest stars. — Dean Maurer
Read on for previews of College Basketball, Monday Night Football, American Masters, American Pickers, American Chocolate Championship and Mario Lopez: Saved by the Baby.
It was a great year for TV, which made it very difficult to choose the top 25 episodes of 2010. Recalling and, in some cases, rewatching the stand-out moments was a holiday treat. We got our first glimpse of a bespectacled Clark Kent and saw Snooki pummel Angelina. We wept as Jack Shephard took his final breath and cheered as Leslie took down a mischievous rodent wreaking havoc in Pawnee. Here's the first batch of TVGuide.com's weeklong countdown of the year's best episodes...
Teena Marie, a Grammy Award-nominated singer, songwriter and producer, has died. She was 54.
Marie was found dead Sunday in her Los Angeles home, her manager told CNN.com.
I always look forward to the December mornings when nominations for the Golden Globes and Screen Actors Guild Awards are announced. I phone up my favorite stars to offer my congratulations — and land some juicy scoop in return.
This year I was most excited for Glee's Chris Colfer, who at age 20 is up for a Golden Globe (airing January 16 on NBC) and a Screen Actors Guild Award (airing January 30 on TNT and TBS). After coming out of the closet and battling homophobia, will Chris' Kurt finally find love with Blaine on the February 8 Valentine's Day episode? I hear the two will be crooning Robin Thicke's "When I Get You Alone" outside a Gap store as Blaine prepares to profess his love. "There might be a development," hints Chris.
Blake Edwards Tribute (Monday, 8/7c, TCM)
Turner Classic Movies pays homage to the late filmmaker, who died earlier this month, with a five-film festival featuring several of his most iconic movies: Breakfast at Tiffany's, starring the divine Audrey Hepburn as Holly Golightly; Days of Wine and Roses, starring Jack Lemmon and Lee Remick as an alcholic couple; The Pink Panther, the comedy that introduced the world to Peter Sellers' bumbling Inspector Clouseau; and Victor/Victoria, Edwards' last great success, starring his wife Julie Andrews in a comedy about gender and sexual confusion and Le Jazz Hot. Andrews, Robert Preston and Lesley Ann Warren were all nominated for Oscars.
Viewers of the CBS hit Blue Bloods may feel like they've gone through a time warp when they see executive producer Leonard Goldberg's credit on the screen. One of network TV's most successful execs, he oversaw programming at ABC in the 1960s, produced such hits as Charlie's Angels and Starsky & Hutch with Aaron Spelling in the 1970s and was responsible for some of the most memorable made-for-TV movies of the '80s before heading into film. Goldberg, who turns 77 this month, told us what it's like to be back on the front lines of prime time.
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast member Lisa Vanderpump says she was verbally attacked at the Beverly Hills Polo Lounge on Christmas Eve.
VanderPump told TMZ that she was having dinner with her husband, two elderly people, and Los Angeles news reporter Robert Kovacik when a man walked up to her table and began berating her. When Kovacik, a longtime reporter at the NBC affiliate in L.A., stood up and asked the man to stop, Vanderpump says the man punched Kovacik and shoved her husband to the floor.