From the start, The O.C.'s adorably dorky Seth has been snobbish Summer's to do with as she pleases: kiss, dis, dismiss... you name it. But the rich witch's spell over him may be broken in tonight's episode of the hit Fox soap (airing at 8 ET), when Samaire Armstrong returns as Anna, the babelicious bookworm with the good sense to notice Seth's inner hottie.
"She's pretty happy to see him when she shows up [after her sailing trip to
Tahiti]," the Not Another Teen Movie co-star tells TV Guide Online. "Definitely, the feelings are there. They have a really strong connection, because they have so many quirky things in common that nobody would understand but the two of them. They really share something sweet."
At first, though, Anna gets roped into her fellow boatnik's hare-brained
scheme to make Summer see him the way that Anna, and viewers, do. Needless to say, chao
Bradley Cooper will reprise his role as Sydney's best bud Will in the Dec. 7 episode, TV Guide Online has learned. Word has it, Syd retrieves Will from witness protection and the two go on a big adventure together. Oooh, maybe they're gonna decapitate Lauren!
If Benicio Del Toro had had his way, his latest movie 21 Grams would never have been an ensemble vehicle. "I tried to muscle my way in and tell the director, 'This is my movie,'" jokes the Oscar-winning actor. Obviously he didn't try hard enough, but that's probably for the best. After all, if he had succeeded, he wouldn't have had the chance to act opposite fellow powerhouses Sean Penn and Naomi Watts.
In the film, which opens in limited release on Nov. 21, Del Toro plays Jack, an ex-con turned born-again Christian, who undergoes a crisis of faith when he's involved in a terrible automobile accident. It's another intense, challenging role for the actor who has made a career out of playing lost souls.
While he and Watts shared little screen time together, Del Toro had several scenes with Penn,
Earlier this year, Will Ferrell streaked nude across the silver screen in Old School. So it's no surprise to see him make another asinine wardrobe choice for his newest movie, Elf (opening Friday). In the holiday comedy, he sports bright yellow tights and wanders through the streets of Manhattan, spreading Christmas cheer. And he's man enough to admit he actually liked it.
"[The tights] were invigorating," the former SNL funnyman says. "They were specially made by engineers at NASA, and they actually cost $40,000. They were just basic fleece, and kind of comfortable in New York because, if you recall, it was a cold winter."
Ferrell enjoyed the strange looks Big Apple pedestrians gave him in his banana-colored legwear. "It was a lot of fun," the 36-year-old admits. "In college and high school, [I used to] just wear c
David Letterman and longtime girlfriend
Regina Lasko celebrated the birth of their first child, son Harry, just before midnight on Monday. Letterman broke the news on Tuesday's Late Show. "First thing I took him home and dangled him over the balcony," joked the 57-year-old funnyman, who named his first-born after his late father. Naturally, Letterman used the birth as fodder for his top 10 list. Among the reasons the late-night vet was excited to be a dad: "There is now tangible evidence I have sex." Eh, I'm still not convinced.
The WB has picked up freshman drama One Tree Hill for the entire season. After a slow start, the teen soap has seen its audience grow by 1 million viewers. The Frog net has yet to decide the fate of Tarzan, which Sunday drew less than 3 million viewers. Translation: Travis better get naked, like, quick.
Note to NYPD Blue butt barer Dennis Franz: You're off the hook.
Danny DeVito will guest star on Friends this February as "an over-the-hill stripper" who performs at Phoebe's bachelorette party. In the same episode,
Donny Osmond will play himself when Joey appears as a celebrity contestant on Pyramid.
It's official: Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick will return to Broadway's The Producers from Dec. 30 to April 4. Tickets for those performances go on sale Nov. 16. In related news, the Tony-winning musical Urinetown will close Jan. 18 after nearly 1,000 performances.