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Stars React to Death of Oscar Nominated Actor Robert Loggia
Academy Award-nominated actor Robert Loggia died Friday in Los Angeles at the age of 85. Although he was nominated for a Best Supporting Actor Oscar for his role as a private investigator in 1985's "Jagged Edge," he was best known as the company boss who danced on a giant floor piano with Tom Hanks
Brad Garrett Shares Words of Parental Wisdom
"How to Live With Your Parents (for the Rest of Your Life)" star says, "Don't do it!!"
'Scrubs' Star Making Return to Small Screen
Sarah Chalke discusses her new show, "How to Live With Your Parents (for the Rest of Your Life)."
Do 'Weeds' Stars Dig Weed?
The Showtime hit “Weeds” is going up in smoke. The series premiere this Sunday, July 1, will mark the show’s eighth and final season. “Weeds” had its dramedy debut in 2005, helping to boost the careers of actors Hunter Parrish and Alexander Gould, along with...
2009 Emmy Nominations: More Nominees, New Faces
HBO and NBC's "30 Rock" grabbed the lion's share of 2009 Emmy nominations . The nominees, announced this morning in Hollywood, Calif., also included a number of a first-timers. HBO led the way with 99 nominations overall, including nods for the off-beat show "Flight of the Conchords," about a
Who Will Make Emmy Happy?
Some years, you almost have to feel sorry for the people who pick the Emmy nominees. What are they to make of this season, with its stops and starts and strike-induced divisions? Some shows vanished in winter, and others returned for a reduced spring run in far different — and usually worse — shape
HBO Rocks Emmy Nods: 32 for 'Bury My Heart' and 'Sopranos'
HBO stole the show during this morning's 59th Emmy nominations. Two of its productions garnered the most Emmy nods 32 in total. The network's made-for-TV movie "Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee," which chronicles the displacement of American Indians as the United States expanded west, led the
Woman Drinks 12 Diet Cokes a Day
Although many Americans can't start their day without a cup of coffee or tea, die-hard fans of diet sodas claim there's no substitute. Elton John, Victoria Beckham and even former president Bill Clinton admit to being hooked on Diet Coke, and they're not alone. For many, diet sodas fulfill a
Caffeine Nation: Diet Coke Addiction
Celebrities like Elton John, Victoria Beckham and former President Bill Clinton admit to being hooked on diet soda, just like millions of Americans. But addicts beware: A new study out this week shows that as little as one can of soda per day is associated with a 48 percent increased risk of
John Cusack Checks Out Dating Web Sites
Perhaps the only reason to go on blind dates is to supply yourself with comic fodder to entertain your married friends. Diane Lane and John Cusack, the stars of "Must Love Dogs," are just hoping their new film is as funny as real life, when it comes to the travails of online courtship. "I was