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TURIN, Italy (AP) — Making his first speaking appearance since #MeToo-era allegations derailed his career, actor Kevin Spacey used a colorful Italian term to thank the National Cinema Museum in the northern city of Turin Monday for having the courage to invite him. Spacey received a lifetime achievement award from the museum, discussed key roles […]

Brendan Fraser has received resounding accolades for his work in Darren Aronofsky’s The Whale, which our own Vince Mancini declared does qualify as an arthouse stunt, but it’s a damn fine arthouse stunt. Fraser portrays a 600-pound man who’s struggling towards redemption with his daughter, and the project has been held out as Fraser’s “comeback” […]

Last year, Hallmark Channel premiered The Wedding Veil trilogy of movies starring Lacey Chabert, Autumn Reeser and Alison Sweeney. Much to no one’s surprise, the trilogy of films revolving around three friends and an antique wedding veil quickly became a fan favorite. Now, Hallmark Channel unveils a new chapter in The Wedding Veil series with three […]

Former NBA player Jared Jeffries had quite a successful run on The Price is Right, but he may not be able to enjoy his winnings as much as he had hoped.  As reported by WSMV4, Jeffries competed on the beloved game show earlier this week, where he ended the evening the proud new owner of […]

You already know about the bar where everybody knows your name. Now imagine somebody else other than Ted Danson pouring the drinks and delivering the jokes. John Larroquette tells Parade that in the early 1980s, he auditioned for the role of iconic womanizing baseball pitcher-turned-Boston bartender Sam Malone in the 1982-93 NBC sitcom Cheers. “I […]

1/6 Steve Guttenberg plays the husband in “How to Murder Your Husband: The Nancy Brophy Story.” File Photo by Laura Cavanaugh/UPI | License Photo LOS ANGELES, Jan. 14 (UPI) — Steve Guttenberg said the ill-fated husband he plays in How to Murder Your Husband: The Nancy Brophy Story, premiering Saturday on Lifetime, ignored warning signs […]

Cory Monteith seemed to have it all. The late actor was at the height of his stardom on “Glee,” but ultimately couldn’t overcome his drug and alcohol demons and died in 2013 from an overdose at 31. A new docuseries hints that his success — the Glee “curse” that saw two other castmates die young […]

Sarah Michelle Gellar is taking a trip down memory lane—and she’s taking us all along for the ride. Ahead of the premiere of her new teen drama, Gellar reminisced on the good ol’ days of television when shows like Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Dawson’s Creek reigned supreme. In the snap, shared to her Instagram […]

Mel Brooks hasn’t directed a movie since 1995’s Dracula: Dead and Loving It (which I explicably made my friends watch on my ninth birthday), but he’s kept busy by writing musicals, pranking Barack Obama and endorsing Joe Biden, and being an all-around wonderful person. Brooks is also overseeing a TV show based on History of […]

Jerrod Carmichael is facing backlash after referencing Whitney Houston‘s untimely death in what many have deemed a very distasteful manner during the Golden Globes award show.  The comedian, 35, used humor to breach multiple sensitive topics during the 80th annual ceremony, including comments about racism, Tom Cruise and scientology, the Will Smith slap, and even the amount of money he […]

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