James Cameron may supplant himself as the box-office champ after all.
Avatar continued its assault on the record books, remaining No. 1 for the fifth straight weekend with $54.6 million over the four-day Martin Luther King holiday weekend. That brings its total to ...
Fans of old-school WB programming can rejoice with the new CW drama Life Unexpected. As its star Kerr Smith told TVGuide.com, the "stylistic view" and "heavily character-driven" story lines are reminiscent of the programs that once defined the old network. Unexpected is exactly how to describe the turn of events when Lux (Britt Robertson), who was given up for adoption 15 years earlier, finds her biological parents Cate (Shiri Appleby), a famous radio disc jockey, and Nate "Baze" Bazile (Kristoffer Polaha), a one-time jock turned aging frat boy. Smith, who plays Ryan, Cate's lovable co-host and boyfriend, chatted about the show's love triangle, and how he knew his first series Dawson's Creek would be a hit.
When viewers last saw One Tree Hill's new hottie Clay, played by Robert Buckley, he managed to go from near rock-bottom to riding high. But nothing on the CW drama ever gets wrapped up with a nice bow. TVGuide.com spoke to Buckley about how he's "not out of the woods yet," if Dan said goodbye for good, and why Buckley thinks his character is much cooler than he is in real life.
Jay Leno is not the man to blame for NBC's late-night debacle, his longtime staffers say.
"The network asked him to make a compromise," producer Jack Coen, who has worked with Leno for 14 years, told The Associated Press. "He's being a good soldier, and he's being ...