After Leah Remini opened up about her decision to leave Scientology, saying "everything the church taught me was a lie," the Church of Scientology is firing back at the actress. In a statement released to People, the church attacks Remini's character, questioning her motives behind the so-called "publicity stunt."
It all started with a regurgitated ear.
As Hannibal proved again and again in its first season, it's more capable than almost any other TV show of taking horrifying, gruesome images and turning them into something beautiful and interesting. In the case of the ear, that stomach-turning moment became much more powerful when Dr. Hannibal Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen) was revealed to be using it (and a serious case of encephalitis) to frame FBI profiler Will Graham (Hugh Dancy) for the series of murders Hannibal committed over the course of the first season.
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Unfortunately for Will, he put together the pieces too slowly and, in a great reversal from the Thomas Harris books and the films they inspired, took Hannibal's place on the other side of the prison bars at the Baltimore Hospital for the Criminally Insane. As Season 2 begins...
Molly Sims and James Lesure
They're definitely not in
Kansas Vegas anymore.
Men at Work star James Lesure reunites with his longtime Las Vegas co-star Molly Sims on Wednesday's new episode (10/9c, TBS), and she wastes no time getting the party started.
In the episode, Sims play Gibb's new love interest Kelly, a lawyer living...
Bret Easton Ellis, Rob Zombie
Writer Bret Easton Ellis and director Rob Zombie are teaming up to develop a Charles Manson project for Fox, Variety reports.
The project, currently envisioned as a limited series, would focus on the events connected to the Manson Family murders, in which Charles Manson convinced his cult followers to go on a killing spree in 1969 in Los Angeles. The events left seven dead, including Sharon Tate, who was eight and a half months pregnant with Roman Polanski's child.
Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis
Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are making things official. The former That '70s Showco-stars are engaged, E! News reports.
Kunis and Kutcher met on the set of the Fox comedy in 1998 where they played love interests Jackie and Kelso. The pair began dating in 2012, though Kunis brushed off the rumors as "absurd" initially.
The day before Hollywood's biggest stars don their gowns and tuxedos for the Oscars, they cut loose and drink up on the Santa Monica beach during the Film Independent Spirit Awards. This year, stand-up comedian/actor Patton Oswalt hosts the laid-back affair (airing Saturday, March 1 at 10/9c on IFC). "I'm doing as little as possible [to prepare]," Oswalt admits. "I want to be as relaxed and boozy as everyone I'm performing for. If I'm too focused, I'll just freak everybody out." But one tongue-in-cheek stunts has already been nixed: Oswalt will not be allowed to present live birds to this year's winners, as he had previously intended.
"Fish is good brain food. You should eat a whale!" shouts Wicked Tuna's Dave Marciano across the table to rival Dave Carraro when I join the stars of one of NatGeo's highest-rated series for dinner in Gloucester, Massachusetts, where they're shooting Season 3. Why the advice? Captain Carraro doesn't eat seafood.
Even more bizarre than a fisherman refusing to eat fish is witnessing the cutthroat captains laughing amicably over clam chowder, sushi (veggie for Carraro) and steak. "You have five teams all wanting the same goal," says Carraro, Season 1's champ. "We can joke around and have a beer, but when you get on the water, things change." They'd better have an appetite for competition, since this season will see two new crews (in addition to the five returning teams) competing for what they call "monstahs," which can reel in $20,000 each.
Throughout our meal, Carraro repeatedly checks on marine conditions; choppy waters will put our planned deep-sea expedition in jeopardy. But to my nerves' dismay, the Atlantic Ocean smooths out. Here's how the next day went on Carraro's boat as — my Dramamine in tow — we searched for bluefin tuna.
Tony Goldwyn and Bellamy Young
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Thursday's episode of Scandal. Read at your own risk!]
Mellie may often be an awful person, but even villains deserve a little love sometimes.
Enter Governor Nichols (Jon Tenney), who was introduced in Scandal's midseason premiere as Fitz's new running mate now that Vice President Sally Langston (Kate Burton) is ditching the ticket to run independently. Nichols was Fitz's (Tony Goldwyn) Deputy Governor in California, which means they share a long history.
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Olivia (Kerry Washington) helped...
Sarah Drew, Jesse Williams
Someone got married on the Grey's Anatomy midseason premiere, but it probably wasn't the couple you were expecting.
Picking up moments after Jackson interrupted April's wedding, Thursday's episode found the duo...