'Teen Mom' gets green light for fourth season
May 5th, 2011
03:36 PM ET

'Teen Mom' gets green light for fourth season

MTV’s “Teen Mom” series has grown to include a brand-new set of young mothers, but this summer the network is bringing back its original four.

On July 5, Maci, Amber, Farrah and Catelynn will all return for a third season of the docu-series. According to the network, this season will go “deeper deeper into the girls’ lives as they confront old wounds, struggle to further their education, face strained relationships and strive to give their children the best life possible.”

Their kids are now toddlers, and MTV promises that the “terrible twos” stage will offer plenty of "lessons." (And, presumably, entertainment.)

To top it off, MTV has given a fourth season of “Teen Mom” the green light, which isn’t that unsurprising – according to Entertainment Weekly, the reality show was the No. 2 original cable series for the 12-34 age group last year, and pulled in 3.8 million viewers a week.


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Kiefer Sutherland on Broadway and that '24' movie
May 5th, 2011
03:35 PM ET

Kiefer Sutherland on Broadway and that '24' movie

Actor Kiefer Sutherland’s got a full plate between his Broadway play, "That Championship Season," his new web series, "The Confession," and of course, the "24” movie.

"There's been talk about it forever," Sutherland told CNN of the feature film version of the smash Fox series. “But it is slated right now for the summer of 2012."

"I'm one of the producers (of Fox's "24" film) and I've been working with Ron Howard,” he revealed. “We've had a couple of scripts that I think were wonderful but they weren't perfect, and I think we worked so hard on the series for that long that we want to make, if not a series of films, at least the one film really matter. We've just been working so hard to reach that."

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'Godfather' prequel novel arriving in 2012
May 5th, 2011
03:09 PM ET

'Godfather' prequel novel arriving in 2012

How did “The Godfather’s” Vito Corleone become Don Corleone? A new prequel to the best-selling novel aims to answer that question. (Well, presumably whatever questions are still left after "Godfather II.")

“The Family Corleone,” to be published by Grand Central Publishing, will be based on an unproduced screenplay written by “Godfather” author Mario Puzo, who passed away in 1999.

This novel will be written by novelist and playwright Ed Falco (who also happens to be the uncle of former “Sopranos” star Edie Falco, according to the Los Angeles Times.)

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Mr. Mom on 'Modern Family'
May 5th, 2011
03:08 PM ET

Mr. Mom on 'Modern Family'

The moms of "Modern Family" took the spotlight on Wednesday night's episode, though Cam wasn't exactly thrilled with the idea of being seen as one of them.

When Mitchell brought Cam breakfast in bed on what just so "happened" to be Mother's Day, he cried foul. Mitchell responded, "It happens to be mother's day. Not martyr's day."

Things got even more uncomfortable for this week's MVP when he was asked to pose with Lily in a group shot of neighborhood moms. The look on his face said it all.

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Cameron Diaz: Marriage doesn't 'suit our world'
May 5th, 2011
01:57 PM ET

Cameron Diaz: Marriage doesn't 'suit our world'

Cameron Diaz is definitely a catch, but don’t try to marry her: the 38-year-old actress tells Maxim magazine that she indeed finds marriage to be a “dying institution.”

“I think we have to make our own rules,” she says. “I don’t think we should live our lives in relationships based off of old traditions that don’t suit our world any longer.”

This isn’t to say she’s against relationships, though. Things with her reported baseball-playing beau Alex Rodriguez are “awesome,” she says, and even offers a little relationship advice.

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Johnny Depp: Hold off on 'Pirates 5,' please
May 5th, 2011
01:57 PM ET

Johnny Depp: Hold off on 'Pirates 5,' please

Another “Pirates of the Caribbean" movie appears to be on the horizon, but this bounty will be a well awaited treasure, if Johnny Depp has his way.

Scriptwriter Terry Rossio, who wrote for the first four movies, has concocted the next adventure for Cap’n Jack Sparrow, which was delivered to Disney sometime last week, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

Lead man Depp hasn’t gotten a chance to read the screenplay yet, but he is ready to see what happens to the free-spirited pirate.

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