A former flight attendant on Oprah Winfrey's private jet reportedly has sued the talk-show queen over wrongful dismissal, denying accusations that she had sex onboard.
According to Reuters, Corrine Gehrls claims that fellow flight attendants Myron Gooch and Kirby Bumpus — who's Winfrey's goddaughter and daughter of ...
Roman Polanski feels tired and depressed as he enters his third week in a Zurich prison, his lawyer says.
After visiting Polanski, attorney Herve Temime told two Swiss newspapers that the 76-year-old filmmaker appeared to be ...
Couples Retreat proved to be the most popular destination for weekend moviegoers as the comedy debuted atop the box office.
Starring Vince Vaughn, Jason Bateman, Jon Favreau, Kristen Bell and Malin Akerman, Retreat pulled in $35.3 million to push last weekend's top earner, Zombieland, to second place. Zombieland took in another $15 million, bringing its total ...
Jon Gosselin and Kate Gosselin
Jon Gosselin has filed court papers saying Kate made unauthorized withdrawals from their joint bank account and ought to be held in contempt, The Insider reports.
Jon Gosselin, whom Kate has accused of draining their account of $230,000, claims his estranged wife withdrew more than $60,000 from one account ...
Jon Hamm and Abigail Spencer, Mad Men
I'm not sure that any other episode of Mad Men has so aptly represented the metaphor that the series' opening credits display each week as well as "Wee Small Hours." In the space of a few frames, Don goes from being Conrad Hilton's angel to being yet another son who has let him down. His perfect campaign is spit on, and the floor opens up right beneath him. Leave it to Roger Sterling to kick a man while he's down, as Don takes the blame when Sterling Cooper's other largest client finds fault with how his business is being managed. And with La Dolce Betty a distant memory (all she can think about is her new pen pal), Don does what he's always done when the chips are stacked against him: He cheats. Guess he really means it when he tells his staff of copywriters that he can't do this all by himself.
The episode divides those who generally get their way from those who are exasperated in the process of trying to deliver what their counterparts want. As already mentioned, Don can't give Connie the moon. Sal's unwillingness to let bully Lee Garner, Jr. have his way with him has serious consequences. And Henry Francis can't be Betty's lover because... well, because Betty can't decide if that's even what she wants...
Donny Osmond knows the 7 Bruno Tonioli gave him on Monday's Dancing with the Stars was not the score for their make-out session. "That was just for the rumba," Osmond tells TVGuide.com. "When I walked out at the beginning of Tuesday's show, he waved his hand at me and I waved right back." Hand-waving may be all Tonioli gets these days since the 51-year-old entertainer has his eyes on another judge. Learn why Osmond's gunning for Carrie Ann Inaba, whether sister Marie — with whom he headlines a Las Vegas show— has given him advice, and more.
On Sunday's episode of Desperate Housewives, Gaby ran into her old friend/statuatory rape victim John Rowland (Jesse Metcalfe), Bree dealt with jealousy when Karl finds a new flame, Lynette made some decisions about her pregnancy and Susan wanted answers from the Bolens in the wake of Julie's attack.
Nathan Fillion and Stana Katic, Castle
Nathan Fillion's character on Castle doesn't take many things seriously, something that perhaps has rubbed off on the actor.
When asked what he thinks will lure viewers into the ABC procedural dramedy's second season, the 38-year-old former Firefly and Desperate Housewives star cracks jokes. "This season we decided to go with no hooks, no hooks at all," Fillion tells TVGuide.com. "That's become our mantra: no hooks, let's just coast. One episode, we actually take an episode from the first season and just changed everybody's names and filmed it again."
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Co-stars Stana Katic and Seamus Dever, who join Fillion on the other end of the line for a telephone interview during a break from shooting, laugh at most of Fillion's jokes. All the actors say...
Jimmy Kimmel is going out with a woman on his staff, his rep confirms.
"That's pretty amazing, winning the Nobel Peace Prize," Jay Leno said Friday night of President Barack Obama's latest accolade. "Ironically, his biggest accomplishment as president so far ... winning the Nobel Peace Prize."
That joke may be indicative of the TV comedy world sharpening its arrows a bit more when the current occupant of the White House is the target, The New York Times reports.