Oprah Winfrey is the latest celebrity to join Jimmy Kimmel’s seventh post-Oscar special. Winfrey is making a rare late-night appearance at a time when her year-old cable channel, OWN, is trying to attract viewers after a rocky start.
With Uggie stealing hearts in “The Artist,” snagging the spotlight at celebrity events and reportedly preparing for a sketch with Oscar host Billy Crystal, Hollywood really has gone to the dogs this year. There’s even a brand-new awards show honoring canine performers.
Howard Stern’s raucous appearance on “Late Show with David Letterman” this past Wednesday leads our Top Five this week.
As part of his celebration of 30 years in late night, Dave Letterman welcomed Bill Murray — his first guest on “Late Night” and the “Late Show” — to the Ed Sullivan Theater last night, and Murray was in full shtick mode.
Silent-era film “The Artist” and Martin Scorsese’s “Hugo” led the pack of Oscar nominees on Tuesday, including one nod for each in the best film category, in the race for the world’s top film honors.
Hollywood’s first big show on the road to the Academy Awards will help determine if silence is golden this season.
The Golden Globes have Nicole Kidman, the SAG Awards booked Natalie Portman, and the Critics’ Choice Movie Awards one-upped them all by announcing that Bob Dylan will perform as part of a special tribute to Martin Scorsese.
Sunday night ‘Boardwalk Empire‘ delivered a lesbian storyline between Angela Damody (Aleksa Palladino) and her friend Mary Dittrich (Lisa Joyce). The two shared a scene that was both erotic and poignant, as the women reached a level of physical and emotional intimacy thus far foreign to Angela and her estranged common-law boyfriend Jimmy (Michael Pitt). […]
Farewell Pearl, we barely knew ye. On last week’s episode of ‘Boardwalk Empire,’ Jimmy’s (Michael Pitt) prostitute girlfriend Pearl was brutally slashed across the face in a revenge move by a rival gang. Last night (*Spoiler Alert*), with all hope of pursuing an acting career gone, she shot herself in an Opium-induced haze. It was […]
Chalk up another one for Michael Kenneth Williams. He’s the Brooklyn-born actor who riveted audiences for five seasons on ‘The Wire’ in the role of Omar Little, the most-feared of all the thugs, gangsters and street toughs on that hallowed Baltimore-based HBO series. And now, Williams is back on HBO in a series that’s shaping […]