Move over, Mila Kunis.
By now you’ve heard that the "Friends With Benefits" star has agreed to accompany Marine Corps Sgt. Scott Moore to the Marine Corps Ball in Washington on November 18.
Well, now another Marine is getting in on the act. Corporal Kelsey De Santis posted this video asking Kunis' co-star Justin Timberlake to the same event. There’s even a Facebook fan page.
“If you can’t go,” she tells Timberlake, “all I have to say is ‘Cry Me a River.’” Justin, the ball’s in your court.
“Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2” has already earned $25 million domestically - and the film hasn't even opened yet.
At the rate it’s going, the final installment of the franchise could break records.
According to Warner Bros., the majority of pre-ordered tickets are for midnight screenings, which means the film could take the title of most successful midnight opening away from “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse.”
Sherwood Schwartz was a writer to the end.
Following the death of the "Gilligan's Island" and "Brady Bunch" creator on Tuesday, The Hollywood Reporter has published a letter that Schwartz requested be released upon his death.
"A Conversation at the Gates," imagines Schwartz "standing in front of the Pearly gates" where he reflects on his life, family and career while talking to "the Voice." FULL POST
Adult film actress and former Warlock goddess, Bree Olson, is answering the question that's been on everybody's mind: Is Charlie Sheen good in bed?
Well, perhaps you're not dying to the know the answer to that, but in addition to her eight-page nude pictorial in next month's Playboy, the famous ex is also debunking goddess myths and dishing on her time with Sheen.
“He's intelligent, he's charismatic, he's superfunny. And he's good in bed,” Olson told the magazine. “I mean, he's had a lot of practice.”
Laurence Fishburne has left the "CSI" building, and CBS is bringing in another veteran actor to replace him.
The network has announced that Ted Danson has signed on for Season 12 of the hit show.
According to a CBS press release "Danson will play the new CSI Supervisor for the grave shift after heading the crime lab in Portland. He comes to the team as they continue to grapple with the professional and personal fallout from last season's take-down of serial killer, Nate Haskell." FULL POST
There are revealing interviews, and then there are revealing interviews.
Mila Kunis revealed to GQ magazine in the August issue that she's a bona fide Trekker.
"I got into it later than most people," she said. "But let's not talk about it in the past tense. I'm still a 'Star Trek' fan. You never stop being one."
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