Today in celebrity gossip: The news of Blake Lively's secret wedding to Ryan Reynolds makes the rounds, Ryan Lochte meets a nice lady, and Wills and Kate look at some flowers.
Today in celebrity news: Leo DiCaprio is auctioning off an escorted space trip, Amanda Bynes can't get on a plane, and Brad Pitt can't remember your face.
Now that we're almost in the middle of September, it's time for regular-season television shows to come back into our lives. So let's take a look at what's coming up and begin preparing our DVRs for all the hard work they'll soon be doing.
After a tumultuous spring and summer of cast changes, with standout veterans Kristen Wiig and Andy Samberg quitting, second-stringer Abby Elliot leaving, and Jason Sudeikis still on the fence, Saturday Night Live has announced three new cast members in the lead-up to its season premiere this weekend.
The Inbetweeners Movie, a hit British comedy that is just making its way to American theaters today. It's based on a TV show which we've mentioned before, as part of a general statement about our burgeoning (or enduring) anglophilia. But let's take a moment to talk more in-depth about this wonderful, disgusting show.
Soon there will be pumpkins in the streets and root veggies in the green markets; Halloween decorations in the drugstores; an array of soups available from your lunchtime establishment; a certain renewed vigor in the air. Better prepare for fall while you still can. Here's how.
You, American Downton Abbey fan have a dilemma: Do we seek out bootlegs and torrents and all that illegal dirty business to watch the show in real-time with the Brits and thus (hopefully) when it airs next week avoid any spoilers, or do we patriotically wait to watch with the rest of our countrymen in January?
Three beautiful, award-winning actresses will be appearing at one of Hollywood For Ugly People's biggest events. Elsewhere in showbiz news: Showtime gets in the Bob De Niro business, Vivica A. Fox gets in the Lifetime business, and Richard Linklater pulls a fast one on us.
NBC has put the pilot episode of its new serialized mystery adventure show Revolution on Hulu and, curious to answer a burning question, we gave it a watch. Our question was this: Why is everyone fighting with swords?
The Telluride Film Festival came to a close yesterday while the Venice Film Festival has reached its halfway point, so it might be a good time to take a look at news and reviews that have emerged from the mountains and canals to see what they might tell us about this fall in movies.
Yesterday brought us a rumor (via The New York Post) that Beverly Hills 90210's Kelly and Dylan, or Jennie Garth and Luke Perry, might actually be an item IRL. We can dream! While we're dreaming, we're going to dream big. Here are the other TV couples we want to see to forever and ever, onscreen or off.
Oh no, dawg. For me, for you? It's bad news. Hooting, catchphrase-mangling judge Randy Jackson is leaving American Idol.
I suppose I'm weak for only being able to last a day of this convention trying to be neutral about the whole thundering affair. Try as I might to be non-partisan, to view these things as spectacle rather than affirmation of policy, last night it became impossible to do that. No, what I saw last night frankly chilled me to the bone.
Like any good prestige actor before him, Ryan Gosling is retreating behind the camera. Elsewhere in showbiz news, Terrence Malick makes some brutal cuts to his next movie, Joss Whedon starts an exciting new TV project, and Charlie Sheen continues a terrifying TV project.
Chased out of nighttime news and probably too tired for morning TV, America's favorite sassy personality, Katie Couric, is launching her own daytime talk show. The show, called
Kickin' It With Katie just plain Katie, has announced its first slate of guests and it is an eclectic mix. A confusing mix, even.
A&E is doing a Psycho prequel and they just found the actress who will make Norman Bates the man of your nightmares. Elsewhere in showbiz news: Tom Hardy successfully pitches an anti-poaching movie, Jamie Bell joins a serious upcoming movie, and Cobie Smulders is blowing up.
Bellyaching about The Newsroom and True Blood are hallowed traditions. And yet we keep watching, episode after episode. Why? Well, because of season finale episodes like the one that aired last night. Just when we think we're done with the show, they go and reel us back in at the last minute. The jerks.
Fox moves ever closer to shoring up their judging team for next year's twelfth season of American Idol. Elsewhere in today's showbiz news, that spinoff of The Office really seems to be happening, and Benedict Cumberbatch heads to Oklahoma.
They've gone and made a Carrie remake and the first two stills do not look terribly promising. Why would anyone do this to poor Carrie? Also today: Matt Damon jumps into the Oscar race unexpectedly, NBC buys a mysterious sitcom, and the Oscars have new producers.
CBS is going to talk about marriage. Not gay marriage, no.The marriage talk we're referring to is the conversation sparked by the controversial "All the Single Ladies" article that ran a few months back in the pages of our big sister publication, The Atlantic.
Today in celebrity gossip: Prince Harry's Nakedgate has got him "in trouble," LL Cool J defends his home as only LL Cool J can, and Tom and Katie are officially not married anymore.
Today in Hollywood news: A new face on Game of Thrones, no more Jane By Design, and Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn will get the TV treatment.
The second season premiere of Homeland, Showtime's jangly good espionage thriller, premieres next month, and to get us all excited they've released a rather artsy new teaser showing us some new footage.
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