For those of you who haven't read the Twilight novels, red-haired vampire-diva Victoria (Bryce Dallas Howard) is the true villain of the third installment, Eclipse. However, thanks to the prophetic abilities of Alice Cullen (Ashley Greene), Victoria has to enlist the help of Riley Biers (Xavier Samuel), a human she turned, to amass an army of vampires to take out the Cullen family. Get a first look at Riley and his followers in this trailer:
Tate Donovan, Christina Chang
Tate Donovan and Christina Chang are leaving ABC's upcoming superhero drama No Ordinary Family.
The dual exits are story-related, a source close to the show told TVGuide.com, adding that producers would like to bring Donovan and Chang back ...
Rue McClanahan, best known as Golden Girls' man-hungry Southern debutante Blanche Devereaux and Maude's scatterbrained Vivian Harmon, has died. She was 76.
McClanahan suffered a massive stroke and died at ...
Christine Baumgartner and Kevin Costner
Kevin Costner is a father for the seventh time.
The Oscar winner and his wife, Christine Baumgartner, welcomed daughter Grace Avery on Wednesday in Los Angeles, Costner's rep said.
It's another boy for Kevin Costner
Grace, who weighed ...
In the second episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm, "Ted and Mary," a smitten Larry goes shopping with Mary in an effort to be her friend. Curb: The Discussion host Susie Essman and panelists Randy Cohen, Patti Stanger, Dr. Todd Boyd and Rob Zombie comment.
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It may still be the middle of summer in the world of Royal Pains, but there's a mysterious cloud headed for the Hamptons in Season 2, in the form of Hank and Evan's elusive father, Eddie.
Last time viewers saw the Lawson brothers, Hank (Mark Feuerstein) was reeling from the revelation that his doctor concierge business, HankMed, was bankrupt after Evan...
After a 29-year career on the screen — not to mention the Dancing with the Stars floor — Shannen Doherty has a new goal: to go viral.
"The web's ... definitely an area I've been looking to get into," Doherty tells TVGuide.com. "I think it's an interesting way to view content. It doesn't cost a lot of money and you don't have to go through [red tape] to get your projects out there. I think before there was a stigma about doing things online and people were maybe [hesitant] about it, but it's really come into its own the past few years. It's definitely the future."
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Doherty's first foray into the medium is on FEARnet.com's Mari Kari, which premieres Thursday. Modeled after ...