Lil' Kim, Notorious B.I.G.
Lil' Kim has a big problem with Notorious.
The pint-sized rapper is unhappy with the portrayal of her in the Notorious B.I.G. biopic, as she believes producers were more interested in creating a "'character'" than an accurate depiction of her, The Associated Press reports.
"Even though my relationship with Big was at times very difficult and complicated (as with most relationships we have all experienced at one time or another), it was also ...
Brendan Frazier, Harrison Ford
This is what you call a match made in tomb raider heaven.
Mummy main man Brendan Fraser has joined Indy himself, Harrison Ford, in CBS Films' first big-screen picture — but it has nothing to do with archaeology.
The actors will headline the tentatively titled Crowley, a ...
The long-awaited Arrested Development movie is happening — but it's currently arrested in development by one of its own.
Michael Cera, aka George Michael Bluth, is the sole cast member who has yet to sign on to the big-screen feature, E! Online reports.
"I know he's thinking about it," Jason Bateman said while promoting his new animated Fox series, Sit Down, Shut Up (premieres April 19 at 8:30 pm/ET). "And we're all awaiting some finality to all of that so ...
Molly Parker, Jack Davenport, Lana Parrilla and Grant Show, Swingtown
I'm shedding Hai Karate-scented tears here at the winter TV previews in L.A, as CBS Entertainment president Nina Tassler has just officially killed my beloved Swingtown. Read why after the jump.
There's something about Mayer, apparently.
CBS entertainment president Nina Tassler announced on Wednesday at the Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour that the Eye is working on a showcase for crooner John Mayer.
"It's being developed right now," Tassler said, describing the program as ...
Survivor: Tocantins - The Brazilian Highlands
A cattle rancher, a hairstylist and a former pop star will try to outwit, outplay and outlast each other and 13 others for the title of the newest Survivor.
The 18th installment of the CBS staple, Survivor: Tocantins — The Brazilian Highlands, features, as usual, an eclectic bunch, with an age range from 19 to 53. In addition to the aforementioned three, there are two ...
Set your TiVo, girls: First-time Grammy nominee Jonas Brothers are set to make their debut performance on the awards show.
The brotherly trio, nominated for Best New Artist, will take to the Staples Center stage on Feb. 8, CBS announced. Other artists scheduled to belt out a tune or two are fellow nominees ...
Kayla, Bad Girls Club
p>What was supposed to be a quiet evening with a couple housemates unfolded into a night of choke-holds, scratching and ultimately, Kayla's departure from The Bad Girls Club (Tuesdays, 10 pm/ET, Oxygen).
"I didn't want to fight her in the first place, and I kept telling her that," Kayla explained in regards to her fight with Amber over tipping a waitress on Tuesday's episode. "But she kept pushing the issue and it got to the point where I couldn't take it anymore, and it resulted to the point of her grabbing my neck and me leaving a million bruises."
But while Kayla broke the ever-feared house rule —if you lay a finger on your roommate, you're out — she wasn't booted by producers. Instead, she left on her own. ...
Jennifer Hudson will mark her return to the spotlight on the biggest stage of them all — the Super Bowl.
The Oscar winner will sing the national anthem at the annual Holy Grail of sports, the NFL announced Wednesday.
The Feb. 1 performance in Tampa, Fla. will be ...