Bruce Willis and Emma Heming
John McClane sees Indiana Jones' announced engagement and raises him an actual ceremony.
On the heels of the news that fellow movie star Harrison Ford popped the question to his own (younger) paramour, Calista Flockhart, Bruce Willis said "I do" to model Emma Heming, in a small Saturday ceremony.
Among the select few on hand for the union, which was held at Willis' home in Parrot Cay, Turks & Caicos, were ex-wife Demi Moore ...
Natasha Bedingfield and Matthew Robinson
Natasha Bedingfield married businessman Matthew Robinson on Saturday afternoon, in an outdoor ceremony held at the Church Estates Vineyards in Malibu - the same venue where Fergie and Josh Duhamel tied the knot earlier this year.
"Our wedding day was everything we'd hope it would be," Bedingfield told UsMagazine.com in a statement. "It was simple, beautiful and ...
Gilles Marini and Cheryl Burke
Not even tendonitis and a separated shoulder have stopped Gilles Marini from bringing his A game to the dance floor. Two weeks into Dancing with the Stars, the Sex and the City hunk is leading the pack and again making ladies swoon with his sexy moves — but he says it's not intentional. "I'm dancing and things come the way they are," Marini tells TVGuide.com. See what else the French-born star has to say about shedding the sexiness, his slightly inappropriate plans with Steve-O, and what else he has in store for Kim Cattrall.
Harrison Ford and Calista Flockhart
Movie star Harrison Ford and Brothers & Sisters cast member Calista Flockhart are engaged to be married.
Ford popped the question over Valentine's Day weekend, while the couple was ...
How Friday's fare fared:
CBS' NCAA tourney coverage averaged 8.36 million viewers across prime-time, which was good enough to top each hour yet off 18 percent from the Eye's usual scripted line-up. Wife Swap placed second at 8 pm with 4.85 mil, followed by Howie Do It (3.89 mil). Terminator targeted a 3 percent uptick, hitting 3.65 mil.
Supernanny secured second with 5.38 million viewers, up 13 percent week-to-week. Dollhouse dipped a bit — though not as much as many predicted, given the "other" sci-fi fare over on SyFy Sci Fi — and in fact rose to third place this week with 4.13 mil. Friday Night Lights thus fell to fourth, scoring 3.84 mil (down 13 percent).
Battlestar Galactica's big goodbye, according to early returns, was watched by 2.4 million people — a 56 percent surge from the Season 3 ender and the series' best numbers since the Season 2.5 premiere (Jan. 6, 2006). Of note, BSG typically tacks on 700K through DVR+7. Be sure to check out Erin Fox's recap and Ronald D. Moore's illuminating post-mortem.
Basketball, 20/20 (6.63 mil), Dateline (6.07 mil).
Jamie Bamber and Katee Sackhoff
We've finally seen the epic final episode of Battlestar Galactica, and we're sure you have tons of burning questions about the choices made by executive producer and writer of the episode, Ron Moore. Luckily for us, Moore sat down with TVGuide.com to shed light on the finale's structural, spiritual and emotional elements.
TVGuide.com: The writers started deciding a year ago what would happen in the finale. How long ago did you structure the way you wanted the finale to be written — how much would be battle scenes and how much would be the resolution on the new Earth?
Ron Moore: [By the midpoint of the season] we had revealed the origins of the final five, we had found the original Earth, we had dealt with all the backstories of people... there was a laundry list of things that were out of the way. Then it became about, what do we do in the finale and we started focusing on ...
Natasha Richardson's family and friends gathered Friday in New York for her wake at the American Irish Historical Society. Her husband Liam Neeson, mother Vanessa Redgrave, sister Joely Richardson and her sons, ages 12 and 13, were among the mourners.
Numerous luminaries, including Mike Nichols, Diane Sawyer, Matthew Modine...
Can't wait until April 5th to get your fix of Jonathan Rhys Meyers in the Season 3 premiere of The Tudors? Then rest assured, because your favorite monarch is stepping out of the 1500s and into the age of video streaming.
Last time we paid the royal family a visit, Anne Boleyn was busy getting beheaded. In the season opener, King Henry marries for the third time to a blonde, shy noblewoman named Jane Seymour (not to be confused with the Medicine Woman). But the king's decision to abandon the Catholic Church causes an uproar.
Watch the video after the jump.
Oprah Winfrey, Ellen Degeneres
Ellen DeGeneres is going from CoverGirl spokeswoman to Oprah Winfrey's cover girl.
Appearing via satellite on Friday's Ellen DeGeneres Show, Winfrey made a surprise appearance to fulfill a longtime dream of her fellow talk-show queen.
"I am calling to officially invite you on the cover of O," Winfrey announced.
DeGeneres has long lobbied for the cover Winfrey's magazine.
"I can't believe you're serious. I am ...
Sadly, Friday has arrived, which means the end of Battlestar Galactica is near. But, you can dry your eyes, weepy fans, because we still have the two-hour prequel movie to look forward to this fall.
TVGuide.com wraps up our fabulous video series with Edward James Olmos and Mary McDonnell with a discussion about "The Plan." Here, Olmos dishes on the idea behind the movie, how it felt to direct himself, and more! Watch the video after the jump!