Just in time for the opening of the Sandra Bullock-Ryan Reynolds rom-com The Proposal, we asked our readers which movie characters popped the question best. Check out the clips from the scenes that make you swoon.
A Walk to Remember
The Proposal: A bad boy falls in love with the preacher's ill daughter, culminating in his surprising, romantic proposal under the stars.
What You Said:...
Cher, Chastity Bono
Cher said she would support her daughter's decision to undergo a sex change, but admits she doesn't fully understand.
It was the first time Cher talked about the transition since Chaz (né Chastity) Bono's publicist announced last week the musician and author had started the process earlier this year.
"Chaz is embarking on a difficult journey, but one that..."
CBS' NCIS spin-off will be Living Dangerously with the addition of Linda Hunt to its cast.
Though this news comes on the heels of Louise Lombard being dropped from the NCIS: Los Angeles ensemble, Hunt is not replacing Lombard's Agent Macy per se. Rather, the Academy Award winner is coming on board as ...
Kara DioGuardi and Paula Abdul
American Idol host Ryan Seacrest has every confidence that both Paula Abdul and Kara DioGuardi will ink new deals to continue on as judges for Season 9.
"I do. I don't have any reason to believe otherwise," Seacrest told TVGuide.com on Thursday.
After all, is it even really Idol without unpredictable Paula? "For me, no," Seacrest said. "I love having Paula on the show. She has become a very good friend."
In recent weeks, Abdul has been juggling exploratory meetings about headlining a Las Vegas show ...
Chris O'Donnell and LL Cool J
NBC Universal and CBS, which only recently engaged in a war of words over Medium's merits, apparently have not only buried the hatchet but even struck a cool little deal that involves the new NCIS.
NBCU's USA Network has claimed dibs on the two NCIS episodes that tee up the spin-off premiering this fall, NCIS: Los Angeles. "Legend, Part 1" and "Legend, Part 2" will air back-to-back on ...
Hills star Stephanie Pratt has laid the blame for her battle with bulimia on the "skinny girls" who populate the reality series.
Pratt, younger sister of Spencer, says she started bingeing and purging on a 5,000-calorie-a-day diet in 2007 after being "horrified" by ...
Burn Notice (Thursdays at 9 pm/ET) is on fire, both figuratively and literally (usually thanks to Fiona's pyrotechnic work). After opening its third season with a cool 6 million viewers, the USA Network action-drama has been spying impressive demos. But will things ever combust between Michael and his onetime lady love? Gabrielle Anwar offered TVGuide.com a peek at what's to come.
TVGuide.com: That was some nifty knife-throwing Fiona demonstrated in last week's episode.
Gabrielle Anwar: [Laughs] Thank you. I fooled ya, huh? Yeah, that wasn't me. I did learn how to throw that thing, but I confess that they wouldn't let me do it if there was another human being within a mile radius.
TVGuide.com: So then what fun skills have you learned on the show? Is there anything you could pull off in a pinch? Maybe wire some C-4?
Anwar: I could probably blow something up. But I think our props master, who is quite the genius, is reluctant to give me ...
Brian Austin Green
It's official — the new season of Smallville can't get here soon enough.
Brian Austin Green has been cast on Smallville as the DC Comics villain Metallo, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
That's right — the Terminator alum is now playing a cyborg himself. That is a pretty freakin' super bit of casting, right?
Green will appear as the kryptonite-powered villain (alter ego "Daily Planet" journo John Corben) in at least ...
Billy Joel and Katie Lee Joel
Billy Joel and his wife Katie Lee are splitting up.
"After nearly five years of marriage, Billy and Katie have decided to separate," reps for the couple told the Daily News in a statement. "This decision is the result of..."
And the Emmy goes to... well, at this point, perhaps simply anyone who can remember on which Sunday to show up at the Nokia Theater.
CBS has announced that this year's Primetime Emmy Awards will take place on the originally scheduled date of Sunday, Sept. 20. This news comes two weeks after the ceremony was moved up to Sept. 13, to avoid a conflict with CBS' carriage of an NFL double-header.
What brought about this reversal? Get the details, after the jump.