Heath Ledger in The Dark Knight
A-listers reigned supreme at the 35th Annual People's Choice Awards Wednesday night at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
The Dark Knight continued to make an impact this award season by nabbing five trophies, including Favorite Movie and Favorite Action Movie. Batman himself, Christian Bale, was named Favorite Superhero and was also recognized, along with the late Heath Ledger, in the Favorite On-Screen Match-up category.
Also awarded in the film categories were Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, who were missing in action from the ceremony. Pitt was named Favorite Leading Man, while Jolie was voted Favorite Female Action star.
Will Smith was a double winner, nabbing Favorite Male Movie Star and Favorite Male Action Star, while Reese Witherspoon was named Favorite Female Movie Star.
Ellen DeGeneres presented the first award of the night, filling in for Kate Hudson whom, she said, was stuck in traffic and "40 minutes away." DeGeneres quipped, "That's no way to sell a movie." Later, DeGeneres...
Dennis Rodman, Khloe Kardashian, Tom Green
A whole new round of celebs better get ready to hear "You're fired!"
NBC and Donald Trump announced Thursday the all-star celebrity cast for the second season of The Celebrity Apprentice.
The upcoming season will feature 16 new celebrities, with the men competing against the women once more. The men include everyone from musicians to athletes to comedians including Clint Black, Andrew Dice Clay, Tom Green, Scott Hamilton, Jesse James, Brian McKnight, Dennis Rodman, and Herschel Walker.
The women include reality stars like Khloe Kardashian, mother and daughter duo Joan and Melissa Rivers as well as Annie Duke, Natalie Gulbis, Claudia Jordan, Brande Roderick and Tionne Watkins.
"Last season's Celebrity Apprentice became one of the hottest shows on television - and this season will be even better," said executive producer Donald Trump. "We have an amazing cast of celebrities and we are looking forward to some fantastic entertainment."
All the celebrities will be vying for the coveted title as they fight for their respective causes. They will ultimately face judgment in the boardroom by...
Eric Stoltz in director mode, on the set of Grey's Anatomy.
When Grey's Anatomy resumes its season this Thursday at 9 pm/ET, Seattle Grace's finest will get a collective case of the heebie-jeebies when a death row inmate is admitted with critical injuries. Eric Stoltz (Pulp Fiction), who occasionally directs for ABC's hit medical drama, steps in front of the camera for the next three episodes to play the enigmatic serial killer. Stoltz gave us a look at the doctor-dividing dilemmas to come.
TVGuide.com: There's a bit of a disconnect between "Eric Stoltz" and "serial killer." One, are you glad there's that disconnect? And two, do you think it helps you bring something different to the role?
Eric Stoltz: [Laughs] Yes, I am happy that I really don't have much in common with killers. Absolutely. But, that being said, it's always bracing to explore what I might actually have in common with them underneath at all. Throughout the course of the day, I do have impulses to lash out at someone or to ram the car that took my parking space or yell at the cab that splashed water on me. But because I'm living in society and want to be a good person, I don't let those impulses out.
TVGuide.com: Is your character, William, remorseful at all?
Stoltz: You think he might have some remorse, but he could also be playing at having remorse, in order to get what he wants. Sociopaths tend to be ...
Mickey Rourke and Sam Rockwell
Mickey Rourke could soon be going from wrestling to wrapping deadly coils around Tony Stark.
The recent Wrestler star is in talks to join Iron Man 2 as a Russian heavy weight who becomes Whiplash, a character with deadly coils he can unfurl with deadly results.
Sam Rockwell is also in talks to join the franchise's follow-up, according to the Hollywood Reporter. If a deal closes, the indie maven (Frost/Nixon, Snow Angels) would play Tony Stark's nemesis, multibillionaire Justin Hammer.
Lost's Naveen Andrews has found a custody ruling in his favor.
The ABC show's star won sole custody of his three-year-old son, Naveen Joshua, at L.A. Superior Court on Wednesday, TMZ reports. A judge changed Andrews' joint custody with his son's mother, Elena Eustache, after she allegedly took the boy out of county without permission. Andrews also said that Eustache kept their son from him.
Eustache, meanwhile, reportedly made several claims of her own. Among them...
Tyler Perry's House of Payne, Grey's Anatomy
Tyler Perry and Halle Berry have their work cut out for them.
As the hosts of this year's NAACP Image Awards, the pair will help honor the best of television, movies, music and literature from a comprehensive nominations roster, announced Wednesday. Tyler Perry's House of Payne leads the TV series in contention with six nominations, followed by Ugly Betty with five, Grey's Anatomy and Everybody Hates Chris, which both scored four nods.
Joining Payne, Betty and Chris in the TV comedy category are...
Donna Martin graduates! TVGuide.com has confirmed that Tori Spelling is in final negotiations to appear in several spring episodes of 90210, according to the CW. See why it took so long after the jump...
David Hewlett has played the arrogant and often irritating Rodney McKay on Stargate SG-1 and Stargate Atlantis since 2002. As the series comes to an end Friday (9 pm/ET, Sci Fi), David reminisced with TVGuide.com about his adventures playing the obnoxious McKay, what is was like smooching pal and cast mate Jewel Staite (Dr. Jennifer Keller) and the possibility of appearing in the upcoming Stargate movie.
TVGuide.com: I spoke to your costar Jewel Staite—
David Hewlett: She's a liar. Everything she says, absolute lies! Don't believe a word of it!
TVGuide.com: Good to know because she said kissing you [on the show] was kind of torturous because you're more like a brother.
Hewlett: (Laughs) OK, that's kind of true! We're kind of like Statler and Waldorf from The Muppet Show. You know, the two old guys in the top balcony? That's basically Jewel and I on set. Basically the ones standing there cutting up everybody on set and saying how stupid our jobs, our lives and the world is. And, we take great glee in that and usually end up cracking each other up and hopefully the people around us as well. But all the sudden [the producers] said, "You guys are in a relationship." And we were like, "What?!" The best way, honestly, to do a romantic scene in anything is...
Good news for Worst Week star Erinn Hayes: She's pregnant with her second child.
Hayes, who's mom to 1-year-old Maggie with husband, construction superintendent Jack Hayes, deliberately planned the pregnancy to ...
Disney's Tron, a sequel to the 1982 cult classic of the same name, has found its leading man in relative unknown Garrett Hedlund, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The 24-year-old will play a young man who gets ...