Today in celebrity gossip: A great meeting happened in Las Vegas, and we are all different because of it. Also, Amanda Bynes and Lindsay Lohan can't stop screwing up.
Today in show business news: Jennifer Hudson might become an American Idol judge, Jon Stewart finds a leading man for his risky directing debut, and Tom Cruise walks away from a movie.
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.
Now that he's no longer the Governator and is once again just a plain old Terminator, Arnold Schwarzenegger is throwing himself back into the movie biz.
Comedy blog Splitsider's Adam Frucci reports today that legacy cast member Abby Elliott (her dad is former cast member Chris Elliott) has announced that she won't be returning to Saturday Night Live after four seasons on the show.
Today in celebrity gossip: Robert Pattinson continues to avoid talking about Kristen Stewart, the good old Oasis brothers feud is still raging, and Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Zooey Deschanel are not, repeat not, dating.
Don't worry, LiLo is only going to die horribly in a movie. Just a silly movie. Elsewhere in the world of showbiz today, TNT said goodbye to one of its biggest hits last night, Seth Green is going up against Skynet, and Dermot Mulroney joins an all-star cast.
For about a month now, we've been enjoying the @NIKKlFINKE (that's a lowercase "L" at the end of "Nikki") twitter account, a parody of notorious Deadline.com showbiz gossip/reclusive dragon Nikki Finke. Alas, that account is now dead. Or at least suspended. The funny thing, though? So is the real @NikkiFinke.
Yes, as The New York Post detailed this morning, CNN is looking to revolutionize its programming slate by adding a few not-quite-so-newsy shows to its usual droning talking head/news crawl format. What might these shows look like, and who might host them? We have some guesses.
Now that the truly wonderful London Olympics (they were great, weren't they?) are officially over, we find ourselves on this bleary Monday already suffering from a little withdrawal. Let's look at some upcoming things that will tide us over and get us through our Olympics postpartum.
Today we review the new thriller The Bourne Legacy and the new comedy Hope Springs.
Rumors are swirling that Brad and Angie might finally tie the knot at their French chateau this weekend. Elsewhere in celebrity gossip: Heir and blog mogul Jay Penske's wild night in Nantucket, Mischa Barton has a royal-ish friend, and Lindsay Lohan mellows out.
Yesterday the nerd world burst into joyful hysterics over a rumor that actors David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson, perhaps better known as Mulder and Scully, the characters they played on popular '90s sci-fi mystery show The X-Files, are living together and are in deepest lurve.
There are only a few more days of Olympic competition left and, though this would have sounded like sacrilege last week, we are ready for the end. The Olympics are great, don't get us wrong. But they're also long, and by this point, it starts to feel like it would be nice to have our lives back again.
Olympic swimmer and chill bro Ryan Lochte is fielding reality show offers, his agent tells The Hollywood Reporter today. So what would a Ryan Lochte reality show look like?? Let's dream up a concept for him and four other Olympic athletes we think deserve their own series.
Oh Lena Dunham! Is she a true artiste, a flash-in-the-pan fascination, or a repackaged Candace Bushnell come to usher in a whole new terrible era of self-involvement? It turns out she's really none of those things.
During last night's men's springboard diving preliminaries, we saw the most exciting debut at these Olympic games so far. No, it wasn't some hotshot young upstart diver. It wasn't a person at all. It was, in fact, a little splash-o-meter that appeared on the bottom left corner of the screen.
Columbia Pictures has released the first trailer, really a teaser, for Zero Dark Thirty, a ripped-from-the-headlines thriller about the killing of Osama bin Laden, directed by The Hurt Locker Oscar-winner Kathryn Bigelow.
It is with horror and heartache that we watch the London games medal ceremonies tarnished and near-ruined by two glaring things.
Corners of the internet are pretty excited this morning about a photo making the rounds, one that seems to show dowdy old Prince Charles of England gleefully chasing a honey boo boo-esque child who is holding a bottle of bubbles.
Though there were plenty of impressive feats witnessed during the men's gymnastics individual all-around last night — yay Danell! — there was one particularly eye-popping skill that was completely absent: Why have we not seen anyone do the rings during these Olympics?
Now that NBC has performed an incredible feat and not lost $200 million on the Olympics, let's focus on the future. What comes after these games have come to their glorious end?
Amid all the joy of the US women's gymnastics team winning team gold last night, for us there was truly one standout: Isn't that coach Jenny Zhang (sometimes she's called Jenny Liang) just the greatest?
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