Pretty soon attorney Gloria Allred will be before the cameras for a reason other than representing high profile clients.
The lawyer, who has represented everyone from alleged mistresses of Tiger Woods to a former Britney Spears bodyguard, will be the star of "We The People with Gloria Allred."
According to Broadcasting & Cable, Allred will serve as the judge on the courtroom show which has been picked up by several local NBC affiliates in New York, Los Angeles, Dallas, Chicago, San Diego, San Francisco and Hartford, Connecticut.
The show is slated to air in those markets in the fall.
After directing TV projects for the past few years, Spike Lee is moving back to movies.
According to the Los Angeles Times, Lee will helm an English remake of the South Korean thriller "Oldboy," from filmmaker Chan-wook Park.
According to the Times, Lee is stepping up to the plate after more than one attempt at re-envisioning the film fell to the wayside, including one that had Steven Spielberg and Will Smith attached to it.
For Jessica Alba, it wasn’t until she had her daughter Honor in 2008 that she learned to own her sexuality.
"I was quite shy with it," she tells Allure magazine in their August issue. "It wasn't something I embraced until I had my daughter. I saw how incredible and amazing it is to be a woman and to be able to create a life. There's a reason why certain areas of the body are desirable –- because it all leads to reproduction."
More photos of Jessica Alba in Allure
Alba, who is expecting again, says having her daughter changed her in other ways, too.
"Chicks with Steve Buscemeyes," the blog that features pictures of beautiful women with actor Steve Buscemi's blue eyes photoshopped over their own, has achieved full-blown meme-hood. Now, Buscemi devotees can take things one step further.
"Sopranos" supporters and "Fargo" fanatics can proudly sport their very own Steve Buscemi dresses.
An Australian clothing company called BlackMilk is rolling out tight-fitting tank dresses with scoop necks that are silk-screened with giant images of Buscemi from the chest up. He wears a furtive, closed-mouth smirk. The same image is repeated on the back of the dress.
Also available on the same style dress is a screen shot from "The Shining’s" famous “Here’s Johnny” scene.
"Friday Night Lights" will shine on after the critically acclaimed series ends its run on NBC Friday.
The New York Times reports that "Lights" will get a second life on ESPN Classic, which will air the five seasons in reruns.
There will be a season 1 marathon on Thursday and Friday, and then the show will be aired regularly on Thursday nights starting July 21.
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