Forget Joey Lawrence and his adorable brethren. When it comes to brotherly love, the Stults boys have cornered the market. At a recent autograph signing in New York City, George and Geoff who play Kevin and Ben on 7th
Heaven proved they're inseparable. But they're not immune to a little sibling rivalry!
"[Geoff] is my baby brother," George tells TV Guide Online. "So if he gets in my way, I can kick his ass!" Still, the spokesmodel for Liz Claiborne's Bora Bora cologne doesn't mind sharing the spotlight with his sib. He happily brought Geoff onstage to greet the crowd of fragrance fans at Macy's Herald Square the perfect time for Geoff to poke fun at George's shirtless photos.
"His [chest hair] is all drawn in," he jokes. "It's all airbrushed. That's actually my stomach they used!"
The brothers have both enjoyed the sweet smell of success since joining the
Turns out, ABC News's Diane Sawyer isn't going to get that exclusive jailhouse interview with accused murderer Robert Blake after all. On Tuesday, Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca pulled the plug on the Q&A, citing a department policy prohibiting inmates from doing TV chats during ongoing criminal cases. Ironically, Harland Braun, the lawyer who has represented Blake since his wife was killed last year, resigned as the actor's attorney Monday because he was miffed the former Baretta star agreed to talk to Sawyer. There's no word if he'll go back to work for Blake now.
Fox's girls club is no longer seeking members. The network has canceled David E. Kelley's new legal drama after just two dismally rated episodes. "While I am disappointed that the show did not succeed, I remain proud of the entire cast and crew of girls club," Kelley said in a statement. Fox will air a rerun of Boston Public next week in the show's Monday timeslot. In other scheduling news, ABC has benched its low-rated Wednesday drama MDs for the November sweeps.
If South Park fans have heard this catchphrase once, they've heard it 1,000 times: "Oh my God, they killed Kenny! You bastards!" But the hapless red-hooded boy always lived to die again that is, until the end of season five, when a muscular disease seemingly snuffed him for good. (Kenny was totally M.I.A. in season six.) But take heart, for TV Guide Online has learned Kenny McCormick will return!
"We're not exactly bringing Kenny back," teases South Park co-creator Trey Parker. "We're doing something more clever than that." Adds his partner, Matt Stone: "We're kinda sorta bringing him kinda back..." Finishing Stone's irksomely vague thought, Parker says: "In the very way you'd expect South Park to bring him back, we're bringing him back."
Is it true that
Another setback for poor, lovelorn Willow (Alyson Hannigan) on Buffy the Vampire Slayer. The recovering witchoholic's deceased love Tara (Amber Benson) will not be resurrected this season after all. According to series creator Joss Whedon, Benson who was slated to be brought back to life as a different character failed to reach a deal with producer 20th Century Fox.
"It was a question of negotiations, as it sometimes is," he tells TV Guide Online. "It's sad, because I love Amber. But that's between her and Fox." Adds Benson's rep: "She's very proud of her work on the show, but ultimately, we couldn't work out the right deal."
After only five days on the job, American Idol's newest judge, hip-hop star and radio DJ Angie Martinez, has quit! According to Access Hollywood, Martinez had time commitment issues and also had trouble being honest with the auditioners. Sounds like nasty Simon wasn't being nice to the new girl.
More bad news for fans of Buffy the Vampire Slayer: That much-talked about animated spinoff series is off the drawing board. "We just couldn't find a home for it which will baffle me to the grave," Buffy sire, Joss Whedon, sighs to TV Guide Online. For more Buffy scoop, click here.
Tired of giving fruitcake and reindeer sweaters for Christmas? Then how about getting a little crazy and leaving an alien fetus under the tree? Or perhaps a blazer dripping with jellied bumblebees? Oh, don't look so shocked we're not revealing what's on Tim Burton's yuletide wish list, we've just been perusing the items up for bid at Sothebys.com and EntertainmentRarities.com's wild, wild X-Files auction to benefit Hollywood Cinema Production Resources, a nonprofit organization that gives at-risk youngsters an opportunity to break into showbiz.
"Fox is a big supporter of the program," EntertainmentRarities.com prez Darren Julien tells TV Guide Online. "They donated us the props that couldn't be reused [and are now on the block]."
By the time the bidding closes Friday leaving plenty of time for preholiday shipping Julien e
Halle Berry's gunning for another Oscar: The actress has signed on to play a rape victim in the big-screen drama October Squall.... Former book club guru Oprah Winfrey has been selected to receive an honorary award from the Association of American Publishers in February... Just a reminder to set your VCR: Jerry Seinfeld will perform an all-new stand-up routine on Thursday's Late Show with David Letterman... Heinous reality star Anna Nicole Smith is being sued for $25 million by her former publicist for allegedly not paying $155,000 in bills... Queen Elizabeth II bestowed actor Liam Neeson with the Order of the British Empire award on Tuesday
Winona Ryder marked her 31st birthday Tuesday in a Beverly Hills courtroom watching a security video of the Saks Fifth Avenue shopping spree that led to her arrest. A Saks security chief supplied a running commentary during the 90-minute video, which ended with the actress leaving the store and being confronted by security guards.