A Los Angeles judge has approved plans for a feature-length movie comprised of Michael Jackson's final rehearsal footage.
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During a Monday hearing, Judge Mitchell Beckloff signed off on the proposed deal among Jackson's estate, concert promoter AEG and Columbia Pictures, which paid $60 million for the rights. In addition to the rehearsal footage filmed during Jackson's preparations for his London comeback tour, the movie will include ...
G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra took full command of the weekend box office, easily nabbing the No. 1 spot with $56.2 million.
The action figure-inspired film also reeled in $44.3 million overseas to give Joe $100.5 million in worldwide dough.
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Bowing in second place was Meryl Streep and Amy Adams' Julie & Julia, which cooked up $20.1 million. The weekend's other new release, slasher flick A Perfect Getaway, only managed to gross ...
Fall Out Boy's lead singer Patrick Stump is a lost soul out at sea in the group's brand-new music video for "What a Catch, Donnie." Check out Stump all alone on his boat, with nothing but his trusty piano and his new friend the seagull. Plus, keep an ear open for some familiar lyrics.
A tearful Kate Gosselin said she was hurt to see her estranged husband, Jon, out with other women and feels a lot failure over the demise of their 10-year marriage.
"I was shocked, but those things, to be very honest, that's his life and they don't affect me directly at this point," Kate told Meredith Vieira on Monday's Today show. Since the couple announced their split, Jon has been spotted out with Hailey Glassman, the daughter of her plastic surgeon, and former Star reporter Kate Major.
Taken or not? Jon says he's "single — per se"
Kate says she is holding up "as well as can be expected," but often wakes up and feels "a lot of failure." "I think I've ...
Stephen Moyer, Anna Paquin and Ryan Kwanten
On this week's True Blood, Godric intervenes in much-teased vampire-human confrontations that go down at the Fellowship of the Sun, and then, at the vampire nest in Dallas. Hoyt and Jessica continue their unique courtship. Sam is wrongly accused of killing Daphne, and Maryann cooks up a "hunter's soufflé" for Eggs and Tara. Interestingly, all but the first development were sufficiently bloody.
The View co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck and her husband, ESPN NFL analyst Tim Hasselbeck, welcomed a baby boy Sunday.
Isaiah Timothy Hasselbeck tipped the scales at 7 pounds, 7 ounces Sunday afternoon in a New York hospital. The newborn is the Hasselbecks' third child, joining 4-year-old daughter Grace and 20-month-old son Taylor Thomas.
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"Elisabeth and Isaiah are doing great and we're excited about the addition of another baby boy into our family," Tim Hasselbeck said.
The couple has...
Elizabeth Mitchell, V
ABC's re-imagining of the 1980s sci-fi miniseries and series V will invade the airwaves beginning Tuesday, Nov. 3, the network announced Sunday.
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The series, which focuses on the world's first encounter with a presumed friendly alien race, stars Lost's Elizabeth Mitchell as FBI counter terrorism agent Erica Evans. She is the first to discover that, beneath the skin of the strange Visitors (or Vs), there lies something more sinister than anyone imagined.
Evans' son, Tyler (Logan Huffman), sees the Vs as an opportunity to make mankind unite with a common goal while news anchor Chad Decker (Scott Wolf) wants to advance his career by...
Ronnie, Big Brother 11
For longtime Big Brother fan Ronnie Talbott, actually making it onto the show was a dream come true. However, his "master of the game" approach quickly turned into a nightmare when he told one lie too many and was outed to the house as a rat. TVGuide.com chatted with Ronnie about whether he would take back any of those lies, his fiery exit speech to former cliquemate Michele and why he thinks the power of coup d'état won't be a factor in the game.
TVGuide.com: That was some speech you made to Michele. What did she do to you?
Ronnie: Until about five days ago, I had nothing against Michele because ...