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Ed Westwick Dishes on 'Wicked City'
The "Gossip Girl" heartthrob is back on TV with a new primetime thriller.
Don Johnson Discusses His Role in 'Blood and Oil'
The actor dishes on starring alongside Chace Crawford in the new ABC drama.
Hollywood Meets DC: The Hottest Celebs Coming To Washington This Weekend
How many times a year do you have an event with a guest list as varied as President Barack Obama, Academy Award winner and Hollywood “It-Girl” Lupita Nyong’o, “Modern Family” star Sofia Vergara, Andrew Luck of the Indianapolis Colts, and New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand? Just once. This Saturday...
Super Bowl Parties for the 99 Percent
No invite to the Bud Light Hotel this upcoming Super Bowl weekend? While the most famous Super Bowl parties are strict invite-only or cost an arm and a leg -- Maxim's party costs a reported $1,150 for entry and ESPN's even more -- there are plenty of places to get in on the Super Bowl festivities,
Teen Choice Awards: 'Vampire Diaries' and 'American Idol' Among Favorites
Young people around the country will be tuning into Fox this Sunday night for the Teen Choice Awards. The CW drama “The Vampire Diaries” and Fox’s “American Idol” are among the TV shows entering the event with several nominations apiece. SLIDESHOW: Best Moments from the...
'Dawson's Creek': Where Are They Now?
A "Dawson's Creek" reunion is looking more likely. Three of its four stars, Michelle Williams , Katie Holmes and James Van Der Beek, have each expressed an interest in returning to Capeside. Just last week, Williams, who played blonde bad girl Jen Lindley on the 90's show, said at a Comic-Con press
Holmes, Cruise Divorce Talks Continue, Focus on Suri
In a case of art imitating life, Katie Holmes next film role will be playing a single mom. Next week, Holmes, 33, is scheduled to start production on her new film, "Molly," about a single mother and her daughter, according to People magazine. Holmes co-wrote and is co-producing the film. Holmes,
Lindsay Lohan, Kim Kardashian Set to Attend White House Correspondents' Dinner
For 364 days a year, Washington, D.C., jokingly bears the nickname "Hollywood for ugly people." But on Saturday, the beautiful West Coast crowd will flock to the powerful East Coast city for a night of presidential roasting and political toasting at the 98th annual White House Correspondents'
'Dynasty,' the Movie: Who Will Play Whom?
" Dynasty " is coming back, and like Joan Collins ' shoulder pads, it's going to be bigger than ever. This week, the creators of the iconic 1980s television series confirmed that they're wrapping up the script for a "Dynasty" movie due to hit theaters in 2012. While a handful of specials and