Chris Pine and Jake Gyllenhaal are reportedly getting ready to belt it out on the big screen! More »Chris Pine & Jake Gyllenhaal In Talks For Into The Woods With Johnny Depp & Meryl Streep
LAS VEGAS (AP) — More than four years after the world last heard from O.J. Simpson in court, one of the nation's most famous prisoners speaks again Wednesday in a bid to win freedom from a sentence that could keep him behind bars until he dies. More »OJ Simpson set to speak in bid to win freedom
WHY IS O.J. SIMPSON IN COURT? More »5 Things to Know about OJ Simpson's court date
CANNES, France (AP) — Like millions of others, Leonardo DiCaprio read and loved "The Great Gatsby" as a teenager. But he says he only recently began to understand it. More »DiCaprio's 'Gatsby' brings 1920s glamor to Cannes
After postponing her concert in Antwerp, Belgium, the blogs erupted with Beyonce Knowles pregnancy rumors, leading the Queen B to react and apologize for missing her May 14th show. More »Beyonce Pens Apology Letter to Belgium Fans
By Zorianna Kit LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Actor Zachary Quinto has transitioned swiftly from a television villain into an unlikely action film star in J.J Abrams' rebooted "Star Trek" franchise, playing the series' most recognizable half-Vulcan, Spock. The 35-year-old actor, who gained fame as super-villain Sylar in sci-fi television series "Heroes," will reprise his role as the pointy-eared first officer of the starship Enterprise in "Star Trek Into Darkness," which will be released in theaters on Friday. ... More »A Minute With: Zachary Quinto on 'Star Trek,' Spock and coming out
"The Guns at Last Light: the War in Western Europe, 1944-45" (Henry Holt), by Rick Atkinson More »War in Europe comes alive in 'Guns at Last Light'
"Homeland" star Morena Baccarin is pregnant with her first child! More »Homeland's Morena Baccarin Expecting First Child
Ingo Rademacher and his partner Kym Johnson were eliminated before the finals on May 14 More »Dancing With the Stars Final Four Couples Revealed on 300th Episode
Though he may have a dedicated army of Beliebers worldwide, turns out Americans are united in their dislike for Justin Bieber as evidenced by a new music-oriented poll conducted by Public Policy Polling (PPP). More »Americans' Dislike for Bieber is 'Universal'
LOS ANGELES (AP) — For most of the last three decades, ABBA was but a memory for Agnetha Faltskog. She made concerted efforts to leave behind her past as one of two principal singers of the best-selling 1970s Swedish quartet, best known for the pop classic "Dancing Queen." More »Faltskog reflects on ABBA, releases new solo album
Jolie's father says he "saw her two days ago," but only learned about the medical ordeal via her New York Times essay the morning of Tuesday May 14 More »Jon Voight "Didn't Know" About Angelina Jolie's Double Mastectomy
New comedies We Are Men and Mom, starring Anna Faris and Allison Janney, will follow How I Met Your Mother and 2 Broke Girls, respectively, on Mondays More »CBS Fall Schedule: Hawaii Five-0 Moves to Fridays, Two-Hour Comedy Block on Thursdays
In his first interview since his fiancee went public, Pitt says he and his six kids "set up our own little post-op recovery that became pretty fun" More »Brad Pitt on Angelina Jolie's Mastectomy: "I'm Quite Emotional About It"
NEW YORK (AP) — The slow, lingering demise of "Smash" has felt more like a punch to the gut to the folks on Broadway. More »See how some theater veterans have fared on TV
LONDON (AP) — Zoe Saldana has played an alien and a future space traveler — but taking on the role of an actual famous person proved even harder. More »Zoe Saldana brushes off criticism of Simone role
GENEVA (AP) — A diamond jewelry collection belonging to Italian screen actress Gina Lollobrigida fetched $4.9 million at auction, some of which she plans to donate to stem cell research, Sotheby's said Wednesday. More »Geneva auction sells nearly $5M of actress' jewels
BUCHAREST, Romania (AP) — Romanian artist Vasile Muresan, known as Murivale, thinks art belongs on the street. The white-bearded painter can often be seen sitting on the colorful canvases that he displays in the street, while he is followed by the street dogs who are his companions and also inspire his work. More »Romanian artist takes his art on the street
By Christine Kim SEOUL (Reuters) - A gay South Korean film director is set to symbolically marry his long-term partner, saying he aims to pry open the closet in this conservative Asian country where homosexuality is still taboo and gays have been subjected to hate crimes. Kim Jho Gwang-soo announced plans to marry his partner of nine years on Wednesday, becoming the first South Korean show business personality to do so and only the second to ever come out. The other, an actor, now says he regrets his decision. ... More »Gay South Korean film director to marry in bid to pry open closet
SINGAPORE (AP) — Singapore opened a long-anticipated corruption trial Wednesday of six church leaders accused of embezzling more than $40 million to fund the pop music career of the wife of their evangelical movement's founder. More »Singapore church on trial in pop star scandal
LOS ANGELES (AP) — In her bad girl days, Angelina Jolie's body was a billboard for tattoos that said such things as "Billy Bob." More »Jolie: From girl with tattoos to girl with a cause
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