CBS is teaming with The Muppets co-writer and Nick Stoller on a new comedy series.
The network has ordered an untitled single-camera project loosely based on Stoller's real-life experiences. The comedy would revolve around...
Elsa Pataky and Chris Hemsworth
Where can Chris Hemsworth register for a Mjolnir-shaped rattle?
The Thor star and his wife, Spanish actress Elsa Pataky, are expecting their first child, Hola! magazine reports.
Silas Weir Mitchell
A reformed Blutbad, Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell) has cleaned up his act. So why is he still feeling the hate?
On Friday's Grimm (9/8c, NBC), titled "Of Mouse and Man," the seemingly mild-mannered Marty (guest star Fred Koehler) could be taking matters into his own hands after a history of abuse.
Ryan Seacrest, Mark Cuban
As if Ryan Seacrest weren't busy enough, he's starting up a new cable channel.
The American Idol host is partnering with Mark Cuban, entertainment company AEG and talent firm Creative Artists Agency to create AXS (short for "access"), a new pop culture channel expected to premiere in late spring, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Christopher Heyerdahl shouldn't work on his tan anytime soon.
The veteran actor who played ancient Volturi vampire Marcus in the Twilight movies will continue to fang it up on HBO's True Blood, Deadline reports. He'll play Dieter Braun, one of the five council members of the Vampire Authority, the highest-ranking governing authority over all vampires. Braun appears relatively mild-mannered, but revels in innovative torture techniques while interrogating prisoners.
Debby Ryan is going from Jessie to Radio Rebel.
In the upcoming Disney Channel film, Ryan stars as Tara Adams, an introverted teen who's painfully shy in school and a popular (yet anonymous) podcast host at night. As her show's reputation grows, it becomes increasingly difficult for Tara to lead two lives as the students are determined to find the host's identity.
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Astro, Chris Rene
Despite their failure to win the $5 million recording contract, The X Factor contestants Brian "Astro" Bradley and Chris Rene are cashing in.