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Question: Will there be an Angel movie? Nobody loves the broody vampire with a soul more than I do, which is why I ask. &#151 Adrienne D., San Diego, Cal.

Televisionary: It's up in the air and its chances depend on whom you ask. James Marsters (Spike) told our own Shawna Malcom, who interviewed Joss Whedon and his cast for the show's last ride, that he'd "love to come back to the character." David Boreanaz, on the other hand, said he doesn't plan on it.

According to Whedon, there were conversations about that possibility while Angel was still on, but ending the series changed all that. "Since we've been canceled that conversation hasn't come up," he said. "I think it could be very interesting. I think the Buffy universe as a whole has a lot of characters that wo read more


King of Queens star Kevin James married his longtime girlfriend, model Steffiana De La Cruz, on Saturday in Orange County, Calif. The 200 guests — who included Ray Romano, CBS titan Les Moonves, Queens co-star Jerry Stiller, and Sandy and Kirsten Cohen — received gift baskets filled with Millstone's Colombian Supremo and Cinnamon Hazelnut gourmet whole-bean coffees. I can't be sure, but I think I just scored myself some free coffee. read more


More than 15 million people caught 60 Minutes' exclusive interview with president-turned-author Bill Clinton last night. Viewership spiked in the second half hour, right around the time Dan Rather said "a--hole." read more


A Los Angeles judge reduced Winona Ryder's felony shoplifting convictions to misdemeanors on Friday. The sticky-fingered thesp, who completed 480 hours of community service, paid more than $7000 in fines and attended counseling, also won a bid to serve the remainder of her three years probation unsupervised. However, the judge warned Ryder that she'd be sent back to jail if she broke the law before her probation ends in December 2005. read more

Alias: We Spy a Makeover

When Alias kicks off its fourth season in January, fans are going to spy some big-time changes. Coming off a subpar season, which saw viewership decline 9 percent, series creator J.J. Abrams will once again embrace the show's original conceit. Namely, Sydney will go back to juggling her dual roles as an international spy and normal twentysomething.

"We got so deep in the Rimbaldi and Covenant [mysteries] that we lost sight of some of the stuff we fell in love with [in the beginning]," ABC entertainment president Stephen McPherson tells TV Guide Online. "J.J. is talking about getting back to some of the joy that she used to have in her personal life early on... while still living in this crazy world."

Abrams says he had an epiphany about Alias' disappointing third season while he was working on the pilot for his upcoming ABC thriller, Lost. "Going away to do Lost allowed me to look at Alias in a way that I could not read more


Method Man is angry with Fox for de-ghettoizing his new sitcom, Method & Red. "This is frustrating for me, and it's not turning out for me as expected," he tells the Los Angeles Times. "I'm trying to keep this show ghetto, and there's a way for it to be both ghetto and intelligent. But it's not going that way." To appease the rapper-turned-actor, rumor has it the network is wooing Christina Aguilera to guest star. read more


The Los Angeles Times also reports that Michelle Pfeiffer and überproducer David E. Kelley are planning to put their Brentwood compound on the market at $49 million. Opting for a lifestyle change, the couple are moving to a ranch they bought in California's "horse country." Their new neighbors include Seabiscuit, Mr. Ed and Anna Nicole Smith. read more


Tyra Banks has purchased a Mediterranean-style home in Beverly Hills for roughly $3 million, the Los Angeles Times reports. In addition to four bedrooms and ocean views, the crib comes with vaulted ceilings, a spread in Jane magazine and a Sephora catalogue cover. read more


Law & Order star Jesse L. Martin is thisclose to signing a new multiyear, multimillion-dollar deal with the show, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Come fall, Martin will get a new partner, played by Dennis Farina. Meanwhile, there's apparently no truth to the nasty rumor that Martin's much-maligned co-star, Elisabeth Rohm, will be replaced next season by a wig-wearing Snapple bottle. read more


Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg's airport-based love story, The Terminal, got hit from behind by Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story at the weekend box office. The Ben Stiller-Vince Vaughn farce debuted at No. 1 with $30 million, grounding The Terminal at No. 2 with $18.7 million. And with just $6.8 million, Jackie Chan's Around the World in 80 Days got stuck in traffic at No. 9. read more

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