Sony has decided to make The Interview available to watch online beginning Wednesday.
Brooke and Robbie's dominance on The Amazing Race was brief and their downfall, steep. After winning the penultimate leg, only to learn that they had to continue straight into the first four-team finale, the wrestlers were eliminated in fourth place midway through the final leg. Adding insult to injury: They were cut right before doing a Roadblock, and their frenemies Amy and Maya won. "It was pretty hard to watch. We didn't expect it to play out that way," Brooke tells TVGuide.com. "We made it way farther than we could've ever imagined. We're very proud of ourselves. I think we played the game the way we wanted to." Yes, that means reneging on U-Turn deals. See why they did that and if they really had it out for Amy and Maya.
The Legend of Korra creators Bryan Konietzko and Michael Dante DiMartino have confirmed that Korra and Asami are in fact a couple.
For the second year in a row, Adam Sandler has earned the unwanted honor of topping Forbes' Most Overpaid Actors in Hollywood list.
It was estimated that for Sandler's last three films, every $1 the actor was paid returned an average of $3.20 for the studio. But don't cry for Sandler. Netflix recently gave him a deal to produce four original films for the streaming service, which doesn't have to worry about box office returns. Sounds like a match made in fart joke heaven.
American Pie and Wilfred star Chris Klein is engaged to his girlfriend Laina Rose Thyfault, Us Weekly reports.
Former President George H.W. Bush has been hospitalized for shortness of breath, USA Today reports.
Local New York station WNET has changed its mind and put PBS' new episodes of documentary showcases Independent Lens and POV back on its schedule after previously deciding to remove them from their Mondays at 10 p.m. time slot, PBS announced Monday. WNET had planned to air repeats of PBS arts programming instead.
Sometimes, Saturday Night Live sketches get left on the cutting room floor due to timing issues. And missing out on the broadcast this past Saturday was a quick skit spoofing the famous cue-card scene from Love Actually, which featured Andrew Lincoln's Mark professing his love to Kiera Knightley's Juliet through a series of large cards with his feelings written on them, a la the video for Bob Dylan's "Subterranean Homesick Blues." Thankfully, the power of the Internet allows these unaired skits to be seen, and this bizarre bit has since been posted online.
Is Love Actually the ultimate holiday rom-com or a depressing hot mess?
Who is Tim Burton going to cast as a female lead now? The Edward Scissorhandsdirector and actress Helena Bonham Carter have called it quits as a couple after 13 years, People reports.
It's time to for Entourage fans to hug it out, b----, because the full trailer for the upcoming movie is finally here.
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