The Harry Potter franchise will be honored at the upcoming British Academy Film Awards, Britain's equivalent of the Academy Awards.
Author J.K. Rowling and producer David Heyman will receive the award for outstanding British contribution to cinema on behalf of the film series.
Grey's Anatomy star Kevin McKidd steps behind the camera this week to direct an episode, which he says is "one of the scariest things I've ever done in my life."
Thursday's episode will include the launch of Derek's Alzheimer's clinical trial, Bailey tweeting from the operating room, and the beginning of parenthood for Mark, Callie and Arizona. How did his directorial debut go over? McKidd dishes:
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As Vampire Diaries dives into the second half of Season 2, the impending vampire-werewolf conflict will culminate in the season's final full moon — which executive producer Julie Plec says will be filled with "bad, bad things." That's not the only trouble Mystic Falls will see. Get the scoop from the cast below:
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The Vampire-Werewolf War: The conflict between the vampires and werewolves "is going from a simmer to a boil," Plec says. In the center of it all: star-crossed maybe-lovers werewolf Tyler (Michael Trevino) and vampire Caroline (Candice Accola). "The next few episodes take us down the road of what Tyler knows, what he learns and how it impacts his friendships with Caroline and Matt [Zach Roerig]," Plec says. Adds Paul Wesley: "There are unforeseen alliances."
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Before American Idol got down to wild and wacky business in Austin, the producers decided to start the show with a somber moment. Responding to some recent outrage over Steven Tyler's outlandish (and sometimes vulgar) outbursts and his inappropriate come-ons toward some of the younger female singers, the producers apologized for his "outrageous behavior." So did the Aerosmith rocker straighten up? Let's find out...
Charlie Sheen says he has "a lot of work to do to be able to return the support I have received from so many people."
"I want to say 'thank-you' to my fellow cast members, the crew of Two and a Half Men, and everyone at CBS and Warner Bros., especially Les Moonves and Bruce Rosenblum for their concern and support," Sheen said Wednesday from rehab. "And to my fans...