Here's the latest confirmed news from CNN Entertainment:
When we spotted the phrase "the most trusted name in news" in one of the early trailers for Aaron Sorkin's new series, "The Newsroom," we thought that sounded awfully ... familiar, shall we say.
And it turns out that might not be the only thing about Sorkin's anticipated summer series that will remind us of our home base.
"The Bachelor's" Chris Harrison likely has new empathy for contestants whose relationships don't work out.
The longtime host of the dating reality show announced Thursday that he's separated from his wife Gwen Jones.
Harrison's rep told CNN the high school sweethearts arrived at their decision “after much heartfelt consideration.”
We haven't even seen "American Reunion" yet - its not due in theaters until April 6 - but the franchise's star Jason Biggs says there's already a title in mind should a fifth "American Pie" movie ever happen.
"'American Pive,'" Biggs tells CNN, adding that it should happen "just for the title alone! Kinda catchy, right?"
Biggs explains that writer/director Jon Hurwitz came up with it, and adds that a fifth film could be considered if the fourth, "American Reunion," performs well.
At the age of 64, rock guitarist Ronnie Montrose died Saturday in his California home, Montrose's booking agent tells CNN.
The musician had been struggling with prostate cancer "for a number of years."
Montrose's son says in a statement that just a few months prior, "we held a surprise party for Ronnie Montrose's 64th birthday. He gave an impromptu speech, and told us that after a long life, filled with joy and hardship, he didn't take any of our love for granted."
The festivities don't stop with the Oscars ceremony - once the awards are handed out, the stars let loose with the Governor's Ball and Vanity Fair's post-Oscars bash.
We spoke with a number of celebs at the latter gathering, and Sean "P. Diddy" Combs for one was planning on having a good time.
"['Undefeated' filmmaker] TJ [Martin] happens to be the first African American to win an Oscar [for best documentary], and I'm happy to be a part of it," Combs told us as he arrived. Pointing towards the party, he added, "I plan on having more memories, so if you catch me in a few more hours I'll have some more stories for you!”
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