It looks like Paramount Pictures is developing a sort-of-sequel to the Kate Hudson-Matthew McConaughey romantic comedy How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the studio has optioned the rights to the book How to Tell He's Not the One in 10 Days, Michele Alexander and Jeannie Long's follow-up to Lose.
Fox is pushing Seriously, Dude, I'm Gay back into the closet. The network says the two-hour reality special, which was to feature straight guys trying to pass themselves off as gay, was yanked off the schedule for "creative reasons." The folks at GLAAD blasted the program as "an exercise in systematic humiliation." They then rushed home to watch WB's Superstar USA.
Marc Anthony jetted to the Dominican Republic Thursday to file for divorce from his wife of four years, former Miss Universe Dayanara Torres. The singer's now free to continue not dating Jennifer Lopez.
Are Janet Jackson's breasts worth $5000? Not according to a Salt Lake City judge, who on Thursday tossed out a lawsuit filed by a man who claims he was blindsided by the diva's Super Bowl wardrobe malfunction. Eric Stephenson, the father of three young children, says CBS parent company Viacom led him to believe that the halftime show would be a family-oriented celebration complete with balloons, pom-poms and eye-popping spectacles. Yet despite all those warnings, the dude just didn't see it coming.
Hail storms, tidal waves, tornadoes and killer frost couldn't slow down a
silly green ogre as Shrek 2 fended off disaster pic The Day
After Tomorrow to retain the top spot at the box office. During the
first three days of the Memorial Day holiday weekend, the animated sequel
grossed $73.1 million to Tomorrow's $70 million. Shrek 2 has
gobbled up $237.8 million since opening 12 days ago. Elsewhere, Kate
Hudson's new comedy Raising Helen raised $11.2 million to debut
at No. 4, while the urban knee-slapper Soul Plane crashed on
take-off, opening at No. 5 with $5.7 million relative peanuts.
ER's Noah Wyle has signed on to play the title role in TNT's action-adventure telepic The Librarian. The story centers ono the discovery of a repository of ancient artifacts hidden beneath the New York Public Library. Wyle's character is tasked with keeping the treasures safe from evildoers.
For those who always wondered what a male version of Fox's Simple Life would look like, well, wonder no more. The Discovery Channel has tapped Kevin O'Connell and Drew Feinberg, the chrome-domed New Yawkers from the first season of CBS's Amazing Race, to venture cross-country for a three-part reality show airing in July. Kevin and Drew Unleashed finds the former frat brothers tackling wacky jobs such as alligator wrestling, teaching water aerobics and herding cattle. Can a sex scandal be far behind? If so, let's pray the tape never surfaces.
Former Party of Five star Scott Wolf that's Bailey to
you married Real World: New Orleans alum Kelley Limp
Saturday in Fayetteville, Ark., the bride's hometown.
This time last year, Rachel Love-Fraser was a dumpy newlywed working at a Washington construction company. And today? She's The Swan, the ultraglamorous winner of Fox's formerly plain Jane beauty pageant. Has success — and a buxom bod that underwent more plastic surgery than an entire Hooters waitstaff — gone to her pretty red head? To find out, TV Guide Online rang up the hot chick before she took flight for home.
TV Guide Online: So, how sorry is your husband now that he was so unsupportive of you during your extreme makeover?
Rachel Love-Fraser: Oh, he really wasn't that unsupportive. It was just hard for him to have me gone for so long. I mean, four months... you can imagine! You get kind of edgy. We did have some difficulties a couple of times [during the program], but he was definitely supportive. It's just unfortunate that only that one side of his personality got shown. We're having a blast now, though!
As reported Thursday, roughly 30 million viewers watched Fantasia Barrino bo-bo her way to victory on American Idol Wednesday night. That's down from the 38.1 million who watched last year's Ruben-Clay matchup. (The drop-off is being blamed on the idiot who gave Leah Labelle a microphone.) Meanwhile, Fox says of the 65 million votes cast, Fantasia received 1.3 million more than Diana. For more on Idol's ratings, read Stephen Battaglio's new column, The Biz.