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John Travolta: Pelham Co-Stars Helped Family "Reconcile Our Loss"

John Travolta

John Travolta skipped the premiere for his latest film, The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3, but thanked his co-stars in a statement on his website for supporting him as he grieves the death of his 16-year-old son.

Travolta, who stars with Denzel Washington, Luis Guzmán, John Turturro and James Gandolfini, plays... read more

Will Neil Patrick Put on a Show at the Tonys? Plus Dr. Horrible and Kumar Sequel Scoop

Neil Patrick Harris

Neil Patrick Harris fans hoping to see their fave be a cut-up as host of Sunday's Tony Awards (airing at 8 pm/ET, on CBS) will probably get some satisfaction. But those wanting to see the How I Met Your Mother star cut a rug or break out into song might come up empty.

"They have an opening planned that is bigger than they have ever had in Tony history. But I don't think I'm going to be involved in it," Harris shared in a press conference call.

Instead, Harris says he will take a cue from Hugh Jackman ... read more

VIDEO: Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto Discuss Reimagining Star Trek Icons

Can't wait until Friday for the premiere of J.J. Abrams' new Star Trek film? Well, fear not, fellow Trekkies, because TV Guide Network sat down with Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto to find out what they had to say about putting their own spin on the iconic roles of Captain Kirk and Mr. Spock. Plus: Find Quinto talks about sharing a scene with the original Spock, Leonard Nimoy.

Watch the video after the jump.

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Michael Douglas to Star in Wall Street 2

Michael Douglas

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 ... read more

Chris Noth on Board for Sex and the City Sequel

Sarah Jessica Parker and Chris Noth

Get ready for some Big news about the Sex and the City sequel.

After much worry and speculation, Chris Noth has signed on for the upcoming film, Sarah Jessica Parker told E! News.

As "Mr. Big," Noth was last seen tying the knot with Parker's Carrie Bradshaw. Could  a little one be on the way? Parker was mum on the details: "I don't know anything yet," she said.

Parker also suggested that Dancing with the Stars heartthrob Gilles Marini could make a return as Samantha's oft-naked neighbor... read more

Harry Potter Trio to Age Using Benjamin Button Technique

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince

What will Daniel Radcliffe look like in his 30s? You'll soon find out.

Radcliffe and his Harry Potter costars, Rupert Grint and Emma Watson, will be digitally aged for the franchise's final film using the same technology employed in the reverse-aging Curious Case of Benjamin Button, reports.

"[W]e saw The Curious Case of Benjamin Button and that aging technology, so I think we'll ...
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Third Twilight Film Finds Its Director

David Slade

Production on the Twilight sequel New Moon has just gotten under way, but the series' producers are already looking ahead to the third installment.

Summit Entertainment has picked David Slade to direct The Twilight Saga: Eclipse. Slade succeeds Catherine Hardwicke and Chris Weitz, who directed the first and second Twilight films, respectively. Melissa Rosenberg returns to write her third Twilight screenplay.

Slade has previously directed read more

Terrence Howard on Iron Man 2: Marvel Made a Very Bad Choice

Terrence Howard

Terrence Howard isn't bitter about being dropped from Iron Man 2 at all.

The star, who was reportedly dropped from the sequel after salary negotiations went south, isn't shy about his dissatisfaction with the film's producers.

"Marvel made a choice, and it was a very, very bad choice," Howard told "They didn't keep their word. They didn't honor my contract. They produced a great bounty with the first one but they put it all in the storehouse and you were not allowed in."

Howard believes his fellow actors should have ... read more

Ron Howard: Catholics Will Enjoy Angels & Demons

Ron Howard

After the fallout surrounding The Da Vinci Code, director Ron Howard is trying to get ahead of any criticism that his latest film, Angels & Demons, is anti-Catholic.

"Let me be clear: Neither I nor Angels & Demons are anti-Catholic," Howard wrote on the Huffington Post. He also suggested that Catholics who give his movie a chance will find something to like. "I believe Catholics, including most in the hierarchy of the Church, will enjoy the movie for what it is: an exciting mystery, set in the awe-inspiring beauty of Rome."

The flick again stars Tom Hanks as Robert Langdon, a Harvard professor of symbology who tries to track down the mysterious Illuminati, a group that has killed the four Cardinals in line to become the next pope. "Robert Langdon teams up with the Catholic Church to thwart a vicious attack against the Vatican. What, exactly, is anti-Catholic about that?" Howard wrote.

The Pope banned.... read more

Jenny McCarthy: Jim Carrey to "Gain 50 Pounds" for Three Stooges

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Jim Carrey is still in talks to play Curly in The Three Stooges, but according to his girlfriend, he's already preparing — by packing on the pounds.

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