Warren Beatty, Meryl Streep, Jack Nicholson
Some of Hollywood's most respected stars – including Jack Nicholson, Warren Beatty and Meryl Streep – met privately with the president of the Screen Actors Guild, encouraging plans to move forward with a vote on a possible actors' strike, a top entertainment writer reports.
Patrick Swayze's progress in his cancer treatment is something to celebrate, but Sunday night the cause for celebration was wrapping filming on his new TV show, The Beast.
Swayze actually filmed his last scene Monday, but the Dirty Dancing star and his wife turned up at the wrap party at Chicago hot spot Underground on Sunday, according to Us.
More details after the jump.
How I Met Your Mother
Look! In your apartment! On the couch! It's The Naked Man!
If you're one of the millions who laughed your bare hiney off at this week's How I Met Your Mother, then you know about the rarely recognized maneuver, alleged by Robin's blind date, Mitch, to work two times out of three.
The M.O.: When it's clear ...
Grant Show, Private Practice
This week on ABC's Private Practice (Wednesdays at 9 pm/ET), Addison feels the brotherly love when Grant Show begins a stint as her studly sib. In this TVGuide.com Q&A, Show previews Archer Montgomery's first Oceanside Wellness hook-up, ponders why Swingtown couldn't keep it up, and reveals whether Jake Hanson might turn up on the CW's "new" Melrose Place.
TVGuide.com: What brings about this surprise visit from Archer?
Grant Show: I come into town because I miss Addison. When she was living in New York we were real tight, so I try to get her to come back to New York with me. In the meantime, I start a little somethin'-somethin' with Naomi — just to piss off my sister, I think! [Laughs]
TVGuide.com: What is the dynamic between Addison and Archer?
Show: I don't know if you've ever hung out with rich siblings, but they have very strange relationships. Almost incestuous ...
Dancing with the Stars, Cloris Leachman, Corky Ballas
Here's a sneak preview of the Tuesday night festivities for the season finale of Dancing with the Stars: The three remaining couples will each dance one more dance — their favorite of the season — and will be given one more set of scores from the judges. Those marks will be added to the totals from Monday night and the overall high score will determine who gets to cart off the mirrorball trophy. What else is in store? Read on to find out...
Barack and Michelle Obama
President-elect Barack Obama is making another pit stop on his road to the White House.
A little more than a week after Obama and his wife Michelle were interviewed for 60 Minutes, the future President and First Lady will sit down with ABC News' Barbara Walters, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The interview will air as a one-hour special Wednesday, Nov. 26 at 10 pm/ET.
ABC is probably hoping ...
Sticks and stones may break bones, but words can hurt too.
So says Debra Messing in the January issue of Shape as she recalls hurtful stories she read in tabloids about her as she tried to lose her baby weight. "On one page it showed all the actresses who got skinny in six weeks or less, and on the other page was me!" says the Will & Grace and Starter Wife star. "I was so depressed and frustrated."
Messing gave birth to son Roman in 2004, and began ...
Rumor has it that if you play "Revolution No. 9" backwards, it now says, "The deal is dead."
Negotiations on a long-awaited deal to make The Beatles' catalogue available online via services such as the iTunes Music Store have hit an impasse. "The last word I got back was it's stalled," Paul McCartney said Monday ...
After seven critically acclaimed seasons, FX's The Shield (Tuesday, Nov. 25, 10 pm/ET) will finally close up "the Barn" for good with "Family Meeting," a blockbuster, 90-minute series finale that creator Shawn Ryan promises won't be in the ambiguous style of the Sopranos' fade to black. "The story makes sense," says Ryan. "Vic will pay a price -- some will think it's too high, and some will think it's too low." Read on to see how it could end...