Harrison Ford was "banged up" and receiving medical care following his non-life threatening plane crash Thursday in California , his publicist, Ina Treciokas told ABC News. Still, the accident caused quite a scare for his many fans and his " Star Wars " co-stars. Mark Hamill , Peter Mayhew, Billy
Ted Danson was in “Three Men and a Baby” with Steve Guttenberg, who was in “Police Academy 2? with Bobcat Goldthwait, who was in “One Crazy Summer’ with Demi Moore, who was in “A Few Good Men” with Kevin Bacon, who was… wait, that’s it?...
The "Police Academy" squad is mourning one of their own today. Bubba Smith , an NFL defensive tackle who found a second career as lovable Moses Hightower in the 1980s and '90s "Police Academy" comedies, was found dead Wednesday at his home in Los Angeles. He was 66. Smith's body was discovered by a
Stars Who Got Their Start on 'As the World Turns,' 'Guiding Light' and More Soap Operas
After 72 years on the air, the soap opera " Guiding Light " is finally saying farewell. "Guiding Light" debuted on NBC radio in 1937 and moved to television in 1952, making it the longest running soap opera in radio and television history. The saga of four families' lives in the fictional town of
Following on the heels of "Guiding Light," "As the World Turns" is the latest soap opera to get the axe. CBS announced Tuesday that "World" will stop spinning next September after 54 years. The show is the last remaining daytime drama made by Procter & Gamble, which coined the term "soap opera"
ABC's John Berman: So I was working my abs at the gym this morning (best opening line of a blog ever), when all of a sudden I noticed something unusual about the person on the leg machine just a few...
The prospect of participating in a sport she adores prompted actress Priscilla Presley to join the upcoming season of "Dancing with the Stars." "I'm dancing because I, first of all, love dancing," she said on "Good Morning America" today. "There's a little dancing in all of us." Yet she hasn't
With his arm in a sling and his brain floating happily in Percocet-land, "Dancing With the Stars" veteran Cristián de la Fuente apologizes for not being quite up to speed. "I'm taking two Percocets every four hours — and that's a lot," says the Chilean actor, 34. "Sometimes that's not enough." De
Could anything ever again be as sweet as beating the Soviet Union at its own game? Yes, but it would require al Qaeda to form an Olympic team and actually be good at something. The amazing victory of the U.S. Olympic hockey team at Lake Placid still reverberates, long after the Soviet bloc