The first full-length trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man 2, starring Andrew Garfield as the titular superhero and Emma Stone as his leading lady, Gwen Stacy, was released Thursday.
Simon Cowell has drawn the ire of some of Demi Lovato's fans after comments he made onThe X Factor Wednesday night.
After contestant Jeff Gutt performed Mariah Carey's "Without You," Paulina Rubio praised the performance, but said she wanted the rocker to "show me blood" the next time. Cowell, in turn, asked: "You mean you want him to cut himself?"
Former The Hills stars Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt say they're nearly broke after blowing through $10 million.
Amanda Bynes has completed her inpatient rehab and is now living at her parents' house in Los Angeles after leaving the Malibu treatment facility where she has been staying since September, People reports.
Actress Keri Russell had a rude awakening Wednesday when she heard burglars inside her rental home in Brooklyn, the New York Daily News reports.
Actor Danny Wells, who's best known for playing Luigi in the Super Mario Bros. TV series from 1989 to 1991, died Nov. 28 in Toronto, Variety reports. He was 72.
The Millionaire Matchmaker returns for its seventh season, and lucky number seven has brought Patti Stanger a new team of assistants and her very own love life. "This season has a new office, new staff and more episodes than ever before," says Stanger, who's particularly excited for Thursday's premiere episode (9/8c, Bravo), which welcomes actor Don Swayze (True Blood) into the millionaire's club. With her own blossoming romance and countless success stories, no one knows how to look for love better than Patti Stanger so we asked Ms. Cupid for her best advice for finding a mate.
Patti Stanger's Top 10 Dating Tips
When Sundance Channel acquired the French-language zombie series The Returned, network president Sarah Barnett was concerned about how viewers might react. Not about the subject matter — the show came with high critical acclaim, and the success of The Walking Dead proved that audiences could stomach undead antics.
He's spent the last five seasons as Mozzie, sidekick supreme to slick conman Neal (Matt Bomer), but for Thursday's White Collar (9/8c, USA), Willie Garson stepped behind the camera for the first time to fulfill a lifelong dream.
Judging by its suggestive title — "Corned Beef and Handcuffs" — the Dec. 16 episode of CBS' Mom promises to be naughtier than usual.
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