The Daily Mail reports that Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman’s teenage son Connor Cruise has taken up spinning tunes as DJ C-Squared.
The 16-year-old is even getting professional gigs. Connor most recently showed off his skills at the XBOX Miracle Of Music Benefit held in honor of the 2011 American Music Awards this past Saturday.
DJ C-Squared wore a hoodie and giant gold medallion to the Kevin Jonas-hosted event, and donned a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle beanie during his set, the U.K. paper reports.
TMZ reports that legendary entertainer Liza Minnelli is wheelchair-bound after breaking her leg in three places.
“I tripped over my dog,” the 65-year-old explained to the outlet while being pushed around New York City. “I busted my leg in three places!”
Minnelli says she blames her pet pooch, but the singer still has a sense of humor about the accident: “Of all the things I’ve done, I break my leg tripping over my dog.”
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Tonight's episode of "NCIS" might get a bit awkward.
According to MSNBC, actor Robert Wagner plays Anthony DiNozzo, Sr., who will be a murder suspect on the new episode, "Sins of the Father."
This episode is airing just days following the decision by Los Angeles authorities to re-open their investigation into the 1981 death of Wagner's wife, Natalie Wood. Police said Friday that Wagner is not a suspect in the new probe into Wood's drowning, but his "NCIS" character will be under police scrutiny.
Wagner has appeared on the series before as the father of special agent Anthony DiNozzo, and tonight Wagner's character is expected to be led away in handcuffs.
The new episode of "NCIS" airs at 8 p.m. on CBS.
Andy Cohen's “Watch What Happens: Live” is getting promoted. The New York Times reports that the successful Bravo talk show will air five nights a week beginning in January.
Cohen discussed the good news on his Bravo blog: “I am so excited about Bravo’s announcement that Watch What Happens: Live is going five nights a week starting January 8th!”
Currently, the late-night show runs new episodes on Sundays and Mondays, but with its new schedule, “Watch What Happens: Live” will air Sunday through Thursday at 11 p.m.
Empire magazine has some new details on the upcoming "The Dark Knight Rises" in its latest issue, which also features two covers: one of Batman, and the other of Bane.
Director Christopher Nolan reveals to the magazine that a lot of time has passed in between the conclusion of 2008's "The Dark Knight" and the starting point for 2012's "Rises."
"It's really all about finishing Batman and Bruce Wayne's story. We left him in a very precarious place," Nolan tells Empire. "Perhaps surprisingly for some people, our story picks up quite a bit later, eight years after 'The Dark Knight.' So he's an older Bruce Wayne; he's not in a great state."
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