Since the NY premiere for ‘The Normal Heart’ was earlier this week, cast members from the upcoming HBO film were making the round at the NY-based talk shows. Here’s “Big Bang Theory” star Jim Parsons chatting up David Letterman about the movie and out NFL Player Michael Sam on “The Late Show With David Letterman.” Here’s what he had […]
It’s almost here…. We’ve been waiting for “The Normal Heart” ever since it was announced that HBO was making a film version of the renowned Larry Kramer play and now, a few weeks out from its May 25th airdate, I’ve had an early peek at the film and wanted to offer up what we now […]
The TV adaptation is coming and we’ve got another new trailer from HBO.
We take a look at entertainment news that brewing now and around the corner.
By Tim Kenneally Jim Parsons, who plays super-nerd Sheldon on the CBS hit “The Big Bang Theory,” came out as gay in a most low-key way last year. As far as he’s concerned the reaction to his revelation was pretty low-key too — and that’s a good thing. See video: ‘Big Bang Theory’s’ Jim Parsons’ […]
Bob Newhart and Bill Nye will play competing kids’ TV science personalities on “The Big Bang Theory” next month.
Leonard (Johnny Galecki) has been missing in action for three months when “The Big Bang Theory” returns for its seventh season with two back-to-back episodes on Thursday, Sept. 26 — and — get this — as hard as it is to believe, Penny (Kaley Cuoco) and Sheldon (Jim Parsons) have turned to each other to […]
NEW YORK (AP) — It may be one of the most boring lines ever – “Leave a message after the beep.” But what if you managed to jazz up your phone’s outgoing message with a celebrity? The advocacy group Autism Speaks is offering just that: custom-recorded messages from “Batman” star Adam West, “Breaking Bad” star […]
Darren Criss of “Glee” and Lucy Hale of “Pretty Little Liars” will co-host Teen Choice 2013, which will include a performance by country group Florida Georgia Line.
There are a ton of openly gay performers on this year’s list of Emmy Nominees. Zachary Quinto and Sarah Paulson for “American Horror Story: Asylum,” Jim Parsons for “The Big Bang Theory,” and many more.