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  • Brand X Files: Is Kate Hudson rocker's 'Muse'? Conan gets Emmy nod over Jay. Priest allegedly steals church $ for male escorts

     
    Kate Hudson reportedly "smitten" by Muse rocker Matt Bellamy: After performing at Britain's Glastonbury Festival, Bellamy flew to Greece to join Hudson and her family, including her son, Ryder, on vacation. (New York Post)LeBron James' last day as a...
  • James Gammon: Superb character actor is dead at 70

     
    James Gammon, a graduate of Orlando’s Boone High School who became one of the top character actors in movies, television and theater, died Friday in Costa Mesa, Calif. He was 70, and he also had a home in Ocala. “He had cancer two and a half year...
  • COMIC-CON 2010: The unlikely politics of Robert Rodriguez's 'Machete'

     
    Robert Rodriguez didn't intend to make a statement about immigration. It just worked out that way. When the controversy over the Arizona immigration law bubbled up several months ago, the director re-cut a version of the trailer for "Machete," his......
  • Quick! Cover your eyes

    Quick! Cover your eyes
    Bulging bug-eyed sunglasses haven't been exterminated for summer 2010, but they're not the buzz they've been over the past few years. Taking their place in the sun are squarer shapes, modified cat-eyes, vibrant color, animal-skin patterns and —...
  • Edward Woodward dies at 79; British actor starred in 'The Equalizer,' 'Breaker Morant'

    Edward Woodward dies at 79; British actor starred in 'The Equalizer,' 'Breaker Morant'
    Edward Woodward, the British actor who starred in the 1980s detective TV series "The Equalizer" and the movies "Breaker Morant" and "The Wicker Man," has died. He was 79. Woodward, who had suffered from pneumonia and other illnesses, died Monday in a...
  • N.O. D.A. Ordered To Reveal If Office Investigating Katrina Memorial Deaths

    A state court judge has ordered New Orleans District Attorney Leon Cannizzaro either to prove he's investigating the death of patients at Memorial Medical Center in the wake of Hurricane Katrina or to say there's no criminal investigation under way....
  • Actor Don Johnson Sues Hollywood Production Company

    Actor Don Johnson Sues Hollywood Production Company
    LOS ANGELES -- Actor Don Johnson says he is owed millions of dollars for his role as "Nash Bridges," and now he'll be taking his case to court. Johnson, who is 59 years old, starred as a San Francisco police detective in the series that ran from 1996-...
  • Big brother Kurt takes turn at domination

    — Kurt Busch grabbed the checkered flag, shifted his car into reverse and headed off on a unique victory lap. Backward. Too bad for everyone else he didn't drive that way during the race. It's probably the only way he could have lost. Busch, a...
  • The Topic: Miami is named the fattest city in America!!

    TOPIC: MIAMI NAMED THE FATTEST CITY IN AMERICA ACCORDING TO MEN'S FITNESS MAGAZINE.. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Bill Remeika Says......
  • The curious case of Christian Bale

    OK. So I know I'm supposed to be shocked to discover that Christian Bale cussed out his DP on the set of "Terminator Salvation" last summer. But is it really a surprise that Hollywood actors--even really gifted ones like Bale--often act like bullies and...
  • Duff rejoins long line of singers acting out in TV roles

    They can carry a tune, but can they carry an acting role? A number of music stars have tackled television series work, and Hilary Duff is joining their ranks again. After her Disney Channel run in "Lizzie McGuire," she gets back into home-screen work...
  • The Bacon Brothers say they're sizzlers, not dabblers

    The Bacon Brothers say they're sizzlers, not dabblers
    When actors try their hands at music, they're playing a dangerous game. William Shatner, for instance, accidentally made a comedy classic when he recorded an album called "The Transformed Man," released in 1968. It would be kind to say that Don Johnson'...