One day after a third horse died on the set of the HBO drama "Luck," HBO announced that it has ceased all future production.
The racetrack series premiered just last month, and it's expected that it will finish out the first season. (They were in the midst of filming season 2.)
In a statement, the network said, "Safety is always of paramount concern. We maintained the highest safety standards throughout production, higher in fact than any protocols existing in horseracing anywhere, with many fewer incidents than occur in racing or than befall horses normally in barns at night or pastures."
Following Davy Jones' death on February 29, CNN iReport was filled with images and stories from fans of the Monkees' star, remembering how Jones never lost his "heartthrob" image.
While public memorials in the U.K. and/or Stateside are said to still be possibilities, we're hosting a version of our own thanks to our iReporters.
Helen Sandwick, from Rochester, Kent, England, for example, vividly remembers what was written on her pencil case when she was 12 years old: “Helen Jones.”
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Lindsay Lohan observers might've had flashbacks to 2007 on Wednesday when news spread that the actress had been in an alleged "hit and run."
But a rep for the 25-year-old tells CNN that her car didn't hit anything, and Lohan herself has called the allegations "a complete lie."
Earlier, TMZ reported that Lindsay had been exiting a Hollywood venue in her Porsche after midnight on Wednesday when she was blocked in by paparazzi and onlookers.
Khloe Kardashian just might be in the market for a new reality TV gig: A one night stand with “Cheaters," reports CNN affiliate KDAF.
The E! reality star is apparently a huge fan of the show, and has offered to help out during an upcoming episode and go behind the scenes as a member of the take-down camera crew.
The high-profile basketball wife - who recently relocated to Dallas with her Mavericks hubby Lamar Odom - pitched herself to be a part of the show during an interview with "Cheaters" host Joey Greco on her radio show “The Mix Up.”
Will Ferrell faced not one, but two challenges while filming his latest comedy, “Casa de mi Padre."
In the movie, Ferrell plays Armando Alvarez, who, along with his brother, winds up in a feud with a Mexican drug lord when they try to save their father's ranch. To pull it off, throughout the film, Ferrell spoke entirely in another language.
"I thought it would be so interesting and funny, [and that's] where the genesis of the idea came from, was to actually commit to an entire movie in Spanish. I thought, 'I don't think you've ever seen that before.' At least for someone from [an] American comedy to do that."
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