Alec Baldwin and Tom Cruise are close to rocking together on the big screen in the film adaptation of the Broadway musical Rock of Ages.
Baldwin has been offered the supporting role of Bourbon Room owner Dennis Dupree, while Cruise is in negotiations to play rock star Stacee Jaxx, according to The Wrap.
Winona Ryder says Mel Gibson made anti-semitic and homophobic remarks more than a decade before his infamous DUI arrest.
"Fifteen years ago, I was at one of those big Hollywood parties. And he was really drunk," Ryder tells the January issue of GQ. "I was with my friend, who's gay. [Gibson] made a really horrible gay joke."
A Christmas-themed episode of NCIS, Amber Tamblyn's first episode as a member of the House team, and Gwyneth Paltrow's country-music debut at the CMA Awards were among the most checked-in shows on TVGuide.com this year.
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Are those reindeer hooves we hear on the roof? Nope, it's that One Life to Live pain in the ass Echo DiSavoy (Kim Zimmer), who will come down the chimney in a Santa suit on the soap's December 22 episode. But there's nothing festive about it. Echo is being punk'd by that wicked little elf Dorian Lord, played by ...
Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon
It's an early Christmas present for Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon: The couple is expecting twins.
Cannon announced the big news on his radio show, 92.3 Now, Thursday morning.
Kris Jenner and Kim Kardashian
Kris Jenner is transitioning from mom-ager to full-time manager.
Jenner, who already manages her kids and the band BG5, has formed a new joint venture with music management group Wright-Crear Management, E! reports. Her son, Rob, will assume the day-to-day operations.
"Music is in my blood and this is my dream job," he told E! News.
Roger Ebert's new movie review TV show will premiere Jan. 21, the film critic announced.
Roger Ebert Presents At the Movies will air in 192 markets across the United States and worldwide in 175 countries via the Armed Forces Network, Ebert wrote in his Chicago Sun-Times journal.
Ebert, who lost his ability to speak after a battle with thyroid cancer, announced his TV return in September. The new show will feature contributors who will use Ebert's trademark "thumbs up/thumbs down" rating system he made famous on At the Movies, which ended earlier this year. Ebert, who communicates with post-it notes and a computer program that turns text into speech, will contribute regular segments as well.