Michael Douglas and Oliver Stone are gearing up to make the Wall Street sequel — and with Wall Street riding a little lower these days, the timing couldn't be any better.
Douglas, who won an Oscar for his role as Gordon Gekko in the original, revealed the project ...
Oksana Grigorieva and Mel Gibson
Two weeks after his wife filed for divorce, Mel Gibson made his first public appearance with his new girlfriend.
A smiling Gibson arrived hand-in-hand with ...
Britney Spears has obtained a three-year restraining order against her former manager, Sam Lutfi.
L.A. Superior Court Judge Aviva Bobb also prohibited Lutfi's attorney, Jon Eardley, from coming within 100 yards of Spears and her family for the next three years. The order bars the men from contacting the singer via phone, mail or e-mail as well, People reports.
Spears' father and co-conservator of her estate, Jamie Spears, filed for a restraining order in January. He claimed that ...
Alex O'Loughlin says of his Criminal Minds appearance, "Yeah, it's a little different."
Can a serial killer played by Alex O'Loughlin slake his thirst for murder? The star of TV's too-short-lived Moonlight talked to TVGuide.com about his compelling guest spot on CBS' Criminal Minds (Wednesday, 9 pm/ET). Plus: Why Alex O's fans should give his new medical drama a chance.
TVGuide.com: Where have ya been, man? We had a long stretch there, after Moonlight went bye-bye, where the fans were missing you terribly.
Alex O'Loughlin: Yeah, I didn't work for like 10 months. I went back to Australia for a minute, and then I went and sat in a forest for a couple months and got my thoughts together. I did a bunch of writing.... Essentially, I went into a bit of a tailspin and left the country, to Mexico, out of phone range. I was kind of upset.
TVGuide.com: Well, nearly a year later, not a week goes by that I don't get a Moonlight fan asking not if but when it is coming back.
O'Loughlin: [Laughs] You know, the other day I was in Pittsburgh shooting [the CBS pilot Three Rivers], when this girl comes running up to me. Before I could finish ascertaining what I thought was going to happen, she pounced through the air, like a tiger, and landed on my chest ...
Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick
Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick are expecting twins via a surrogate.
An unnamed friend of the couple tells EW that Parker and Broderick turned to a surrogate after trying for years to have another child naturally. (Parker, 44, and Broderick, 47, who married in 1997, have a 6-year-old son, James Wilkie.) "They had a lot of unsuccessful tries," says the source. "They came to the conclusion that this was going to be the best alternative for expanding their family."
A spokesperson for the couple confirmed the good news in a statement. The twin girls are due later this summer.
George Clooney named one of World's Most Influential People
Anderson Cooper is teaming up with Time magazine for a special look at The World's Most Influential People.
CNN announced that the news network would air the one-hour special edition of Anderson Cooper 360° on May 1 in conjunction with the release of the Time 100 special issue. The program, anchored by Cooper, will feature interviews with the magazine's honorees, conducted by other influencers.
George Clooney — a four-time honoree — will sit down with U2 frontman and activist Bono to chat about fame and politics. The special will also feature
After being flooded with calls in support of a Memorial Day Golden Girls marathon tribute for Bea Arthur, Hallmark Channel has decided to give fans more of what they want. And sooner.
The network is kicking off the marathon over three days — from 7 to 9 pm/ET each day — beginning April 28. Executives have hand-picked the episodes, which they describe as the "best of Dorothy Zbornak."
The tribute will continue on Sunday, May 3 with wall-to-wall Golden Girls from 6 am/ET to 3 am/ET on May 4. The previously announced Memorial Day schedule (6:30 am/ET to 2:30 am/ET) will ...
Farrah Fawcett, Redmond O'Neal
Farrah Fawcett's son, Redmond O'Neal, was temporarily released from jail to visit his ailing mother.
At the request of his lawyer, O'Neal was granted a supervised three-hour leave Saturday to travel to Fawcett's home, according to People. He was driven by a Los Angeles County Sherriff's Department sergeant and a deputy and then returned to custody.
A sherriff's department spokesman told the magazine that temporary release from custody is common when family members are gravely ill or ...
Melissa Rycroft sat out Monday's Dancing with the Stars after suffering a hairline fracture in her rib, but is expected to continue with the competition.
The former Bachelor contestant re-aggravated an injury she sustained during practice last week. She missed her jive with partner Tony Dovolani, as well as the team mambo.
"Complications will prevent ...