Steve Carell is in the mood for love now that he's wrapping things up at "The Office." The actor is set to star in a new romantic comedy with British beauty Keira Knightley.
Deadline reports that the funnyman is expected to headline "Seeking a Friend at the End of the World," a love story that unfolds as an asteroid is about to wipe out the earth.
Carell will play a man who finds himself alone after his panic-stricken wife leaves him. He then hears from a high-school sweetheart who says she wants them to be together when the world comes to an end.
“Grey’s Anatomy” mixed its medical dramatics with singing on last night’s episode, and as with all musical episodes of TV shows, it can be a risky proposition.
Quick catch-up: Dr. Callie Torres (played by Sara Ramirez) and Dr. Arizona Robbins (Jessica Capshaw) were in a car accident following Arizona’s marriage proposal, an accident made all the more horrifying by the fact that Callie’s pregnant. That trauma is how we got this singing business incorporated in the first place.
As the New York Post explains, “‘Grey's' solution for that [spontaneous singing] problem was theorizing that the brain does crazy things after an injury, so a post-crash Callie was hallucinating that everyone at Seattle Grace was bursting into song.”
Reaction to that move has been pretty mixed.
Since I blog about "American Idol," my television was already set to Fox on Thursday night.
After the "drama" of the elimination of two contestants, I was too tired to reach for the remote to change the channel, so I got sucked into a special hosted by Howie Mandel called "Mobbed."
The show uses the concept of flash mobs, where hundreds of folks show up spontaneously for a single event. In this case, a guy named Justin wanted to propose to his girlfriend of three years, Nikki.
After being criticized by Oscars viewers, James Franco is finally speaking out about his hosting gig, saying that perhaps he was a little too "low energy."
On tonight's "Late Show With David Letterman," Franco tells the talk-show host that many people thought he was stoned during the ceremony.
"People said I was under the influence," says the actor. "I've thought about it. I think I know why: I love her, but Anne Hathaway is so energetic, I think the Tasmanian Devil would look stoned standing next to Anne Hathaway. She has a lot of energy!"
He may sing "My Life" but Billy Joel doesn't want to share details about it: The six-time Grammy winner has just pulled the plug on his upcoming memoir.
"The Book of Joel" was to be released by HarperCollins in June but the singer has now decided to stop its publication, explaining that he doesn't want to discuss ancient history.
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