Tron: Legacy and How to Train Your Dragon led the way at the second annual International 3D Society's creative arts awards.
Disney's Tron was honored as live-action 3-D feature of the year and best stereography in a live-action feature. Dreamworks' Dragon received the award as the year's for best animated 3-D feature and best stereography in an animated film.
Anderson Cooper and Daivd Letterman
Anderson Cooper says it was fortunate that he and his team weren't badly injured in Egypt.
"There were people stabbed after us, there were people who have been ... captured, disappeared," he told David Letterman in his first interview since the attack. "We were lucky."
Kate Walsh got one great thing from a breakup: the idea for a new perfume.
"My boyfriend and I had just broken up and I missed his scent," the actress tells TVGuide.com. "I thought: Wouldn't it be a great idea for a perfume with masculine notes but feminine combined?"
The result: her perfume, called ... Boyfriend.
Dr. Dre and Eminem are reuniting: The duo plans to perform together at Sunday's Grammy Awards, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Dre, who's nominated as a producer for Eminem's album Recovery, hasn't performed on live television in more than 10 years. The announcement comes on the heels of the rapper's first studio album since 1999, Detox, set to drop this spring.
In Thursday's episode of Private Practice, Charlotte's attacker, Lee McHenry (Nicholas Brendon), returns to the hospital and Charlotte and Cooper contemplate crossing a moral line.
Audra McDonald to exit Private Practice
Knowing that Sam (Taye Diggs) is about to operate on the man who raped his fiancé, Cooper (Paul Adelstein) will try to convince his friend to let Lee die on the table.
"He feels that Lee McHenry is a real threat to Charlotte, whether it's a physical threat or physiological threat, and Cooper wants that gone," Adelstein says. "He sees an opportunity for that to be taken care of and he pushes for that."
The return of Lee comes just as...
And so, American Idol's cross-country search for the next superstar comes to a close in San Francisco. The San Francisco auditions certainly brought a level of talent that was sorely missing in last week's stinky Los Angeles tryouts. (Though, the episode did start with a crying reject who lamented the fact that the judges kicked her out of the audition room because she farted while singing. Didn't she know there is a rule against that in the Idol bylaws?)
Wednesday's episode also saw the return of some major sob stories. One heartstring-tugger, in particular, instantly made me think of Adam Lambert, who, as Ryan Seacrest conveniently pointed out in tonight's opening, also was discovered in the Bay City. And just like Adam, the show is already putting this guy on people's radar in a big way. But was he the one that Jennifer Lopez and Steven Tyler said could be this season's winner? Let's take a look at the night's best and worst...
Ian Somerhalder, Nina Dobrev
One word of advice for Vampire Diaries viewers feeling sorry that Damon lost Rose: Don't.
Ian Somerhalder says Damon never actually felt for her. "Not to burst anyone's bubble, it's not that Damon actually gave a sh-- about Rose, it's really what it evoked in him and made him realize what is really important to him," Somerhalder tells TVGuide.com.
Friday Night Lights
Friends, the end is here. The series finale of Friday Night Lights has aired, and it's time for us to bid our final fond farewell.
But first, a spoiler warning: What follows are reflections from the executive producers and cast about the events and outcomes of the fifth season. If you have not been watching on DirecTV, or are waiting for the NBC premiere, know that certain plotlines are discussed in some detail below.
TVGuide.com spoke to stars Kyle Chandler (Eric Taylor), Connie Britton (Tami Taylor), Aimee Teegarden (Julie Taylor), Taylor Kitsch (Tim Riggins), Zach Gilford (Matt Saracen), Matt Lauria (Luke Cafferty), Michael B. Jordan (Vince Howard), and executive producers Jason Katims and David Nevins about the long road to that final Texas sunset.
Peggy Rea, a famed TV character actress, died Feb. 5 of congestive heart failure at her Toluca Lake, Calif. home, according to The Hollywood Reporter. She was 89.
Rea was best known for playing...
A security guard working on NCIS died Wednesday after a man driving a passenger van for the production lost control and smashed onto the show's Los Angeles set.
The driver had a medical emergency while behind the wheel and veered into the 52-year-old man...