Yum-O! For her October 29 Halloween episode, foodie and Halloween fiend Rachael Ray is serving up an episode packed with 3-D effects and suitably outré appearances by Pee-wee Herman and magicians Penn & Teller. Good thing the two-time Emmy winner is as fearless as she is fabulous.
TV Guide Magazine: Where did you come up with the idea to do a 3-D episode?
Ray: We went to this conference, and the men who created the Real-D technology were there. They showed us scenes from The Departed and [had] a showing of Kung Fu Panda in Real-D that was amazing. So I called ...
Donny Osmond and Marie Osmond
Donny and Marie Osmond are spending the holidays on Broadway.
The siblings will star in a new production, Donny & Marie — A Broadway Christmas, which will include the duo's trademark show-stopping Christmas production numbers, Playbill reports.
When Mason Lockwood strolled into Mystic Falls at the start of Season 2, the Salvatore Brothers were on alert. As if learning he's a werewolf wasn't threatening enough, the last episode of The Vampire Diaries' revealed he's in cahoots with Katherine — everyone's vampire enemy. Taylor Kinney, who plays Mason on the CW series (Thurs, 8/7c), insists that he returned in large part to mentor his nephew Tyler (Michael Trevino). The actor talks about whether he believes his character has fallen under Katherine's spell, and what that moonstone really does.
GQ's sexy Glee cover and photo spread has caused quite a stir, and not just with hormonal guys.
The racy photos, which were posted online Tuesday, feature actresses Lea Michele and Dianna Agron in tarted-up, come-hither vixen mode; in one shot, Michele, wearing a top and underwear, is seated on a bench facing the camera with her legs spread open.
On Wednesday, the Parents Television Council denounced the magazine and the creators of Glee, describing the spread as one that "borders on pedophilia." Agron, who plays Quinn on the show, posted her thoughts on her personal blog following the commotion. "Nobody is perfect, and these photos do not...
Angela Lansbury and Tom Bosley
Much like the kind and reassuring characters he played on Happy Days and Murder, She Wrote, Tom Bosley was "the most warm and loving individual" in real life as well, Angela Lansbury says.
Tom Bosley, Mr. C on Happy Days, dies at 83
"He was just a terrific person to work with," Lansbury tells TVGuide.com of her late Murder co-star. "He was an actor's actor. He felt that the [happier] the atmosphere on the set was, the more we would get done. And of course, he was right. When I say 'get done,' he knew it was what was on the screen ...