Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Buffy the Vampire Slayer is coming back — to the big screen.
Warner Bros. plans to remake the 1992 film that paved way for the 1997 cult series, the company announced Monday.
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Details are being kept under wraps, but the film will not revisit the heroine's high school days. Joss Whedon, who wrote the screenplay for the first film and created the beloved television show, will not be part of the project. And he doesn't sound thrilled about it...
Chad and Stephanie
Chad Waltrip, 26, and Stephanie Smith, 23, say they're living the "amazing life" after The Amazing Race. After getting engaged on the race, the two got married this weekend and are expecting their first child. "Things are going great," Stephanie tells TVGuide.com. "We're so excited. We didn't win, but we're still happy with how we did and life is definitely moving on!" Find out their other plans, why they decided to take an ill-timed ice cream break at the airport and more.
Capri Anderson, the adult-film actress found in Charlie Sheen's Plaza Hotel room last month, says she's suing the actor over battery and false imprisonment.
Anderson plans to file a criminal complaint in New York, she said on Monday's Good Morning America.
Recounting the night's events, Anderson, 22, said she was hired only to escort the Two and a Half Men star to dinner, but later retreated to his hotel room, where Sheen lost control.
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Olympic champions have set the bar high on Dancing with the Stars, so much so that Jonny Moseley feels "enormous pressure" to deliver on Skating with the Stars. "I have a lot to live up to," the freestyle skier, who won gold in moguls at the 1998 Winter Olympics, tells TVGuide.com. "The Olympians on Dancing have dominated. Apolo [Ohno] won, [Kristi] Yamaguchi won, [Evan] Lysacek got second, but should've won, I heard! I hope I can do well." But winning the competition isn't his only goal. See what else Moseley, who's partnered with 2007 U.S. pairs champion Brooke Castile, wants to accomplish, which Dancing alum he doesn't want to look like and if he can bring his signature aerial Dinner Roll to the ice.
Tom Bergeron's wish came true.
After Dancing with the Stars' predictable Season 10 — in which practically everyone foresaw Nicole Scherzinger winning — the host was hoping for more surprises from this season's hodgepodge of evenly matched contenders.
"We got it! Really, it all started with David Hasselhoff [who was eliminated first]. That was the most shocking moment for me," Bergeron tells TVGuide.com. "I have no idea what happened there. I was like, 'What the hell?' I figured we had at least four good weeks of comedy coming and boom! He's gone!"
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That set the tone for the season: Following Hasselhoff — whose only performance left much to be desired — out the door went respectable contenders Audrina Patridge, Rick Fox and Kurt Warner. And then there was last week's shocker: Brandy got the boot, while Bristol Palin advanced to the ...