Aaron Sorkin, John Edwards
Aaron Sorkin intends to make his feature film directorial debut with a movie about former presidential candidate John Edwards.
The screenwriter has acquired rights to the The Politician, the tell-all book written by Edwards' one-time aide detailing...
So You Think You Can Dance, Ashley Galvan
For the second week in a row, a So You Think You Can Dance contestant was eliminated due to an injury.
Ashley Galvan was cut from the competition Thursday night. She experienced severe rib pain during her rehearsal on Monday. She was later told by two separate doctors that she had...
The Social Network - Justin Timberlake and Jesse Eisenberg
The Social Network's first full trailer is out and seems to ask the musical question: Is Facebook co-creator Mark Zuckerberg a creep? It's set to a spooky cover of Radiohead's "Creep."
The film — directed by David Fincher and written by Aaron Sorkin — stars Jesse Eisenberg as Zuckerberg, Justin Timberlake as Napster co-founder Sean Parker and Andrew Garfield (the new Spider-Man) as Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin.
And it looks like the "unauthorized" biopic we've been promised.
Watch the trailer:
A couple were found guilty of attempting to extort $680,000 from John Stamos with purported photos of him with strippers and cocaine.
Lawyer denies John Stamos had a fling with 17-year-old as extortion trial starts
Allison Coss, 24, and Scott Sippola, 31, both of Marquette, Mich., were convicted Thursday of conspiracy and using e-mail to threaten a person's reputation, according to The Associated Press.
"I would like to thank the court, the FBI and the U.S. attorney's office for their swift and efficient dealings in connection with this case," the former ER and Full House star said. "I am shocked and...
Mark Ruffalo has been offered the role of Hulk alter ego Bruce Banner in The Avengers, but he has yet to decide whether to take it, his management tells TVGuide.com.
A Marvel Studios spokesman declined to comment...
"Would you like to see my basement?" isn't something most girls want to hear when meeting the parents of their date — especially when the basement is full of dead animals.
But The Bachelorette's Kirk DeWindt gave it a shot anyway when he took Ali Fedotowsky to his hometown in Wisconsin. "I was a little nervous to see her reaction ... but I had given her a fair warning — she knew what she was getting into," the 27-year-old suitor told TVGuide.com. "She's a roll-with-the-punches kind of girl, so I figured it wouldn't be too big of a deal."