Ashton Kutcher is the latest star to take his reputation into his own hands with a little social networking.
A week after John Mayer blasted the HuffPo on his blog for daring to say that he may be reviving a relationship with ex Jennifer Aniston, Ashton Kutcher took to Twitter (not like he “takes to” anything else, but whatevs) to do damage control on a rumor that he’s stepping out on Demi Moore.
In an "exclusive report", Star magazine claims that Kutcher, 32, was caught getting close to a "hot young blonde."
Everyone from "Eastbound & Down's" Danny McBride to Rainn Wilson to Portia de Rossi has been proposed as potential replacements for Steve Carell when he departs from “The Office,” but producer Paul Lieberstein has added an interesting choice to the fray: Harvey Keitel.
The 71-year-old actor appears to be Lieberstein’s pick to replace Carell. “He's probably the only guy who can do it, and he's doing TV now," Lieberstein told E! News.
It was Keitel’s recent turn on ABC’s “Life on Mars” as the commanding detective Lieutenant Gene Hunt that got Lieberstein seriously thinking about the Oscar nominee's potential for “The Office.”
Don’t you just love when TV shows get their own celebratory day?
For those of you who are too young to remember Tori Spelling playing a virgin, Jason Preistley’s hair and how horrifyingly amazing Shannen Doherty was as Brenda, this day - 9/02/10, get it? - isn't intended to celebrate The CW's current revival but the OG version, "Beverly Hills, 90210."
The series, which aired from 1990-2000, has a Facebook page to honor its soaptastic achievements and has already been celebrated in some places overseas.
TVSquad has cherry-picked a crucial scene in which Brenda lays down that infamous "If it walks like a duck and talks like a duck" line when she catches Kelly with Dylan, while PopEater has spotted a few stars who were on the show before they were famous, including David Arquette and Jessica Alba.
Now someone just needs to figure out what day we can appropriately deem, "International Saved by the Bell" day.
Move over, Barbie.
Sookie Stackhouse, Bill Compton and Eric Northman are no longer just characters on HBO’s “True Blood.” Now they’re figurines, too.
HBO is selling the figurines, which are now available for purchase, for $69.99 each. Although Life & Style reports that fans are going to have to wait until 2011 for a double statue of Sookie and Bill, they can purchase iconic “True Blood” signs – such as the Merlotte’s neon sign – today for $89.99.
Would you buy a “True Blood” figurine?
If you can’t make it to the runway show for Fashion’s Night Out – an NYC shopping extravaganza with food and a few famous faces thrown in for fun – Vogue has got your back.
The fashion mag has teamed up with SPEC Entertainment and CBS to take the supermodel-studded event – creatively titled, Fashion’s Night Out: The Show – and broadcast it live via the Interwebs on September 7.
The event will feature more than 100 models rocking the latest fall trends, including A-listers Naomi Campbell, Adriana Lima, Karolina Kurkova, Alessandra Ambrosio, Gisele Bundchen and Lilly Donaldson.
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