Larry King, the iconic TV interviewer, will step aside from hosting of his prime time CNN show later this year, he said Tuesday. Read the full CNN.com story
King, 76, made the announcement in a short message on his Twitter account, citing his desire to spend more time with his wife and young children.
Read Larry King's statement
The story of “Twilight” movies setting records feels about as fresh as a 100-year-old vampire, but here it is anyway: “Eclipse” not only set a record as the year’s top advance ticket-seller, but Deadline.com is reporting that it’s also the biggest domestic release in Tinseltown’s history.
While logically we know this probably would’ve happened regardless of what critics said of the film – honestly, Roger Ebert could type “abcdefg” and “Eclipse” tickets would still represent 91 percent of Fandango.com’s sales today – but we’re curious if the surprisingly positive reviews have had an impact on the anticipation for the film.
When the second installment of Stephenie Meyer’s saga, “New Moon,” released, film reviewers were ruthless.
But "Eclipse" - thanks in large part, it seems, to director David Slade ("Hard Candy"; "30 Days of Night")– just may be a movie non-fans can sink our teeth into, courtesy of some much-needed tongue-in-cheek humor and a quickened pace.
Within a matter of months, Bret Michaels was subjected to an emergency appendectomy, a brain hemorrhage and a warning stroke. The 47-year-old rocker also recently learned he has a hole in his heart, which Michaels told Parade he’ll get an operation for in late fall or early winter.
And while just one of these events would have anyone else taking some serious downtime, Michaels - who is currently on tour and preparing for the July 6 release of his solo album - chose to cope a little differently.
“Whatever it is, I live my life passionately,” he told Parade. “And music is a powerful healer for me. I've learned a lot of it is mind over matter. Once I knew that I had a chance to survive the brain hemorrhage, I was taking life and grabbing it for everything I could.”
If the "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I" teaser is any indication, the much-anticipated finale to the magical sensation that has gripped the world is looking to be spectacular all-around. Granted, Daniel Radcliffe wasn’t given many lines in the 2:27 trailer, but we're going for optimism here.
But it does flash through at least a dozen pivotal scenes from the 784-page book, giving fans a taste of what is to come - and it really is a trailer tailored for true Harry Potter fans (such as myself, of course).
Only those in the know will recognize scenes that are sure to be riveting, including the trio’s misadventures in Gringotts, Nagini’s attack on Harry and the fiery escape from the Room of Requirement.
Offices change personnel all the time -– but when the boss leaves, things can go awry in a hurry.
Could that be the case when Steve Carell leaves “The Office”?
At the Los Angeles premiere of his new film, “Despicable Me,” the actor confirmed that he would leave the popular and Emmy-winning NBC show after it concludes its seventh season next spring.
Jon Gosselin, after a recent soul-searching session, told RadarOnline.com that he realized what was missing in his life: a dragon tattoo.
We don’t know if Gosselin is a fan of Stieg Larsson or if he’s simply fond of tattoo clichés, but the 33-year-old single father has inked the image of a dragon across most of his upper back.
"I have planned this tattoo for years now,” Gosselin told RadarOnline. “I wanted something that resembled a rebirth or a change in me.”
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