When Chris Harrison hosts TV Guide Network's red-carpet show before the 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards, one thing he'll be prepared for is fashion talk. "You can't shy away, fashion's important, that's what a lot of people want to see," he told TVGuide.com. Harrison also discusses his preparations, what shows he's rooting for, and why he wants Jim Parsons and Sofia Vergara to win.
After being accused of pea puree theft and not pulling his own weight during Restaurant Wars, Top Chef's Alex Reznik was ultimately sent packing because of a poorly executed veal parmesan (in disguise) dish.
Top Chef's Kenny: Alex should have been disqualified
So what did the 33-year-old cheftestant have to say about the pea puree drama? TVGuide.com caught up with Reznik to get his side of story, as well as his take on the Restaurant Wars challenge. Plus: Find out what it was like watching some of the other cheftestants trash-talk him behind his back. ...
Stan Lee, Ming Na
Stan Lee will guest-star on Syfy's Eureka, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Lee hinted at a cameo on the sci-fi series — which was just renewed for a fifth season — on his Twitter account Tuesday, saying he was rushing to Vancouver to film a guest spot. Syfy is keeping mum on who or what the comic book legend will play.
Camp Rock 2: Demi Lovato
Who says the Disney Channel is just for kids? When its latest original movie, Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam premieres, there will be plenty of reasons for adults to tune in. The sequel stars Demi Lovato as Mitchie Torres, who returns to Camp Rock only to learn that a new rival camp, Camp Star, has recruited some of Rock's campers and instructors. It's up to her and rock stars Connect 3, played by the Jonas Brothers, to save their turf. From the music and choreography to first loves, find out why people of all ages should Rock out from the stars themselves.
No. 1: A nod to Classic Rock
Kevin Jonas (Jason) tells TVGuide.com about the pop-culture references in the film that an older generation will appreciate. "We have images from records, like a couple [of] Bruce Springsteen, Band on the Run ... They're in the middle of the scene and all of a sudden it'll happen, and you either catch it for a second, or it'll go away."
See photos from Camp Rock 2
Ever wonder what happens when ballerinas go bad? You can now get a glimpse in the creepy new trailer for Black Swan. In the Darren Aronofsky-helmed psychological thriller, Natalie Portman stars as Nina, a professional ballerina who can't handle the threat of competition from a new dancer, Lily (Mila Kunis). Be sure to pay close attention throughout the chilling trailer or you'll miss the ever-so-brief snippet of Portman and Kunis swapping spit.
Black Swan is scheduled to hit theaters Dec. 1.
Watch the trailer after the jump and weigh in: