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Project Runway's Kenley Collins Accused of Attacking Fiancé with Cat

Kenley Collins

Project Runway designer Kenley Collins often sparred with Tim Gunn and Heidi Klum, but now she's accused of putting the cat in catfight.

The Season 6 finalist, often remembered as the contestant with the ginormous ego and nails-on-a-chalkboard voice, was charged with assault and criminal possession of a weapon after attacking her musician fiancé Zak Penley, 28, with her pet cat ... read more

Whedon Clears the Air: Dollhouse Isn't a "Funny" House

Eliza Dushku, Dollhouse

Trip through any reportage or recappage on Fox's Dollhouse and you'll spy a recurring refrain:

Where is Joss Whedon's trademark wit?

It's a fair cop. After all, snappy and snarky dialogue laden with "Whedonisms" and pop-culture references became a calling card of such series as Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel.

But at the risk of putting too fine a point on it, we're not in Sunnydale anymore.

"[Dollhouse] is not the light-hearted romp that the other shows were," Whedon tells TVGuide.com. "There are moments of funny, but it doesn't build like — nor was it designed to be — a comedy. It's not going to ... read more

Pilot News: McCormack Plays Doctor, Prinze a Hero, and More

Eric McCormack, Freddie Prinze Jr.

Eric McCormack may get a chance to show us the funny again, with a starring role in an untitled ABC comedy pilot from Tad Quill (Scrubs). McCormack would play a heart surgeon and new dad, while Reno Wilson (Blind Justice) is his best bud, a contractor.

Cast as their wives are Jolie Jenkins (Shasta McNasty) and Constance Zimmer (Entourage), respectively.

Theoretically, this new comedy is a "second position" situation for McCormack, meaning ... read more

Natasha Richardson Dies at 45

Natasha Richardson

Tony-award winning actress Natasha Richardson, an heir of the Redgrave acting dynasty who started a theatrical family of her own with her marriage to Liam Neeson, has died after suffering a head injury from a skiing accident. She was 45.

"Liam Neeson, his sons, and the entire family are shocked and devastated by the tragic death of their beloved Natasha," a family statement reads. "They are profoundly grateful for the support, love and prayers of everyone, and ask for privacy during this very difficult time."

Richardson, a mother to two sons — Michael, 13, and Daniel Jack, 12 — suffered head injuries at Mont Tremblant ski resort in Quebec, Canada. She showed no signs of injury after falling on training slopes Monday, but soon felt ill and was hospitalized, a resort spokeswoman said.

The daughter of Vanessa Redgrave and director Tony Richardson, and the sister of Nip/Tuck star Joely Richardson, she won a Tony award in 1998 for starring in Sam Mendes' Broadway production of Cabaret.

Her long love affair with Neeson began... read more

Exclusive Sneak Peek: Is Real World's Ryan Headed Back to Iraq?

The Real World: Brooklyn's Ryan, a 23-year-old veteran of the Iraq war, had settled into a life of pranks, filmmaking classes and fun when he got an unexpected call from his brother back home in Gettysburg, Pa.: The Army was ordering him back to Iraq. Ryan, who said in his audition tape that he considered the U.S. presence in Iraq "worthless," talked to TVGuide.com about his reality TV days and going back to war during a break from training in Mississippi. Check out the exclusive preview, and then see what he had to say.

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What Is Your Favorite Haunting Movie Scene?

The Haunting in Connecticut

As we near the release of The Haunting in Connecticut, we thought it'd be fun to see what classic horror films send chills down your spine.

While there's no discounting a good gory slasher flick, we want the scenes that got inside your head and freaked you out. Were you afraid to take a shower after watching Psycho? Will you ever forget the full-head twist from The Exorcist? What's your favorite bump-in-the-night haunted house movie?

In short, what's your favorite haunting movie scene? Give us your pick and tell us why after the jump. read more

CBS Renews Two and a Half Men, Big Bang for Multiple Seasons

The Big Bang Theory

CBS has renewed two hit comedy series for multiple seasons in one fell swoop.

The deal with Warner Bros. TV renews the tube's top-rated comedy, Two and a Half Men, through the 2011-2012 season, while Leonard & Co. will be geeking out for us at least through ... read more

VIDEO: Julianne Hough and Chuck Wicks Give Backstage Scoop

Julianne Hough and Chuck Wicks may be the first couple to take the floor together on Dancing With the Stars, but Hough says hoofing with someone you love has its share of disadvantages. Imagine trying to take your significant other to your job and teach them everything you know, but with little time for niceties. Sounds frustrating, no? The Dancing pro-turned-country star reveals what it's like to teach her man, and how Wicks likes it when she "cracks the whip." Whoa...save it for the bedroom, kids!

Watch the video of these lovebirds after the jump

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Joaquin Phoenix Co-Star Isabella Rossellini Says He Seems "Tortured"

Joaquin Phoenix, Isabella Rossellini

Many Joaquin Phoenix-watchers think the actor is just having fun with his befuddled persona and burgeoning hip-hop career, but his Two Lovers co-star, Isabella Rossellini, thinks he may be genuinely tortured. read more

Battlestar Galactica Retrospective Thrills Fans at United Nations

Whoopi Goldberg, Mary McDonnell, Edward James Olmos

Standing in a United Nations chamber before a table covered in placards for each of the 12 Battlestar Galactica colonies, Edward James Olmos delivered a stirring speech that led a crowd of reporters and students to join in a chant of "So say we all," one of the key phrases from the show.

It could have been a stirring moment in the series finale — but the moment was real.

Olmos, along with costar Mary McDonnell and executive producers Ron Moore and Dave Eick, spoke at the U.N. Tuesday about issues on the show that also face the organization, including racism, human rights, terrorism, children and armed conflict, reconciliation and more.

The View cohost Whoopi Goldberg moderated the event, which included speeches by three special guests from the U.N. and questions from an eager and engaged audience. It was hard not to feel the fan love in the room — including from Goldberg herself. Read about the rest of the event after the jump! read more

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