Are most of you already celebrating the long Fourth of July weekend? With only hours standing between you and quitting time, I wanted to get a few things on your radar to watch tonight ahead of the festivities.
We’re midway through the week and I’m excited to watch a new episode of “Arrow” at 8pm on The CW tonight.
The TV pilot for “Bad Teacher” has gotten a late series order over at CBS for the 2013-2014 season, the network announced Wednesday. Based on the feature film that starred Cameron Diaz, the sitcom “Bad Teacher” stars Ari Graynor (“Fringe”) as “an always inappropriate, fearless and unapologetic former trophy wife who masquerades as a teacher […]
So what if Barbie turns 54 this month? Let’s be honest. She doesn’t look a day older than when she was first unwrapped all those years ago.
Next week “Chelsea Lately” moves into swankier digs at a new studio. Because this is apparently a very big deal, Chelsea Handler has been promoting the move with a variety of wacky videos. So what could be wackier than a celebratory homemade rap courtesy of real-life BFFs Gwyneth Paltrow and Cameron Diaz? (Don’t answer that.) […]
After two seasons as a judge on “American Idol,” is Jennifer Lopez ready to throw in the towel? While promoting her new film “What to Expect When You’re Expecting” with co-star Cameron Diaz on Tuesday’s episode of “Ellen,” Lopez was hesitant to confirm she’d return next season. “I don’t know. I really do enjoy it, […]
More than 39 million people watched the Oscars Sunday night on ABC, an increase of 1.4 million over the Oscar numbers a year earlier.
Tina Fey is the latest presenter to be announced for the 84th Academy Awards, and the third Oscar announcement to come on a very busy Friday for news from the Academy.
Chris Rock has been booked as a presenter at the 84th Academy Awards, marking his return to the show where his 2005 hosting gig ended with Rock being scolded by Sean Penn for denigrating the talents of “one of our finest actors,” Jude Law.
Post parties after the Golden Globe Awards, less raucous than in previous years, flowed instead of crackled, conjuring up the understated 1920s glamor of black-and-white French-directed silent film and Globe comedy or musical winner “The Artist.”