A magical marriage: 'Potter' co-stars to tie the knot
April 14th, 2011
07:58 PM ET

A magical marriage: 'Potter' co-stars to tie the knot

Ah, supernatural love: "Harry Potter" and "Twilight Saga" actor Jamie Campbell Bower and his "Potter" co-star Bonnie Wright have announced that they are engaged.

Bower plays Caius in the "Twilight" movies and Gellert in the last two "Potter" installments, while Wright stars as Ginny Weasley in the film adaptations of the best-selling series.

The very private couple has been together since 2009, but didn’t let the public know until February 2010. Bower confirmed the engagement recently when talking with The Daily:

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Pregnant Natalie Portman: So long veganism
April 12th, 2011
03:26 PM ET

Pregnant Natalie Portman: So long veganism

A pregnant Natalie Portman has decided to give up being vegan so she can nosh on the food she really wants.

"I actually went back to being vegetarian when I became pregnant, just because I felt like I wanted that stuff," she recently told Atlanta’s Q100 Bert Show. "I was listening to my body to have eggs and dairy and that sort of thing."

The 29-year-old Oscar winner became a vegan after picking up a copy of Jonathan Safran Foer's "Eating Animals," but now that she's got a baby on board, Portman says being a vegetarian is a better fit.

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'Family Guy' becomes a comic book
April 7th, 2011
10:00 AM ET

'Family Guy' becomes a comic book

Titan Comics and Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products have announced that "Family Guy" will take on a new identity - in a comic book. Giggity, giggity!

Seth MacFarlane's creation will continue to follow the Griffin family and friends - Glen Quagmire, Joe Swanson, and Cleveland Brown - though the hilarious town of Quahog.

The artwork will be provided by comic artists S.L. Gallant (of "G.I. Joe" and "Torchwood" fame) and Anthony Williams (who draws for "Superman" and "Batman").

The first comic book will be available in the U.S. on July 27.

'Idol' brings the fans - and the big bucks
March 18th, 2011
06:51 PM ET

'Idol' brings the fans - and the big bucks

In 2010, “American Idol” brought in the most money on television – a whopping $7.11 million every half hour, according to Forbes.

As successful as that sounds, the show is actually down 12 percent from 2009, but was still able to make the top of the list.

The future isn't looking too shabby, either. Although Simon Cowell has left “Idol" behind, Forbes notes that the show can still attract 24 million viewers. Steven Tyler and Jennifer Lopez must be doing something right.

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February 24th, 2011
07:00 PM ET

Oscar predictions: What's the verdict?

There are just a few days left before the awards show of the year kicks off.

So to bide our time until we can see the cream of Hollywood’s crop in glamorous gowns and manicured menswear, let’s talk Oscars predictions.

We’ve surveyed the landscape to see who’s getting the most odds – let us know who you think will be making acceptance speeches in the comments.

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