Producers have inquired about him joining the show.
Pop star Aaron Carter is "regulating" his lifestyle and watching what he eats and smokes so he can complete his current marathon 80-date tour without having to cancel one show.
Award-winning theatre founder Gilberto Zaldivar has died at the age of 75.
Actor Barney Martin, who played Jerry Seinfeld's father on the hit TV show Seinfeld, has died after a battle with cancer. He was 82. Martin passed away on March 21 at his Studio City, California, home, according to his publicist, Jennifer Glassman.
News roundup for Jan. 14. Top Story: George Harrison's "My Sweet Lord" re-released for charity. Other stories include news on Tom Cruise talking again to Nicole Kidman, Robert Redford (Spy Game), Jennifer Aniston (Friends), Noah Wyle (ER), Ally McBeal (Jon Bon Jovi, Christina Ricci), Monsoon Wedding, Jason Mewes (Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back), Adam Ant, John Miller & Barbara Walters (20/20), Keith Olbermann (CNN, ESPN), The Fantasticks and Sylvie Tellier & Aurelie Brun (Miss France).
Anne Heche is pregnant; Ellen DeGeneres is not saying much about Heche's recent news; Cindy Crawford had her second baby; Country singer Trace Adkins' and his wife have a baby; Kennedy Center honors Julie Andrews, Luciano Pavarotti, Quincy Jones and more; Sean Combs in court again; the bodyguard of singer LeAnn Rimes indicted; Aaliyah's family will speak publicly at MTV Music Awards; Harry Potter coins sold out in London; longest running musical The Fantasticks coming to a close; news anchorwoma
SANTA MONICA, Calif., September 21, 2000 -- Suburban teens should help cut "Urban Legends: Final Cut" the biggest slice of box office pie this weekend. "'Urban Legends' can actually do double digits," one insider observes. "It'll be nice to see that again, won't it?" "Urban," an R-rated horror sequel opening from Columbia Pictures at 2,539 theaters, is heading for first place with $12-13 million. "Teens, particularly, have to be hungry for something to go see," says a distribution executive. "I
SANTA MONICA, Calif., September 24, 2000 -- Horror was the word this weekend, both on screen and off as Hollywood suffered yet another under-performing weekend. Columbia's R-rated horror sequel "Urban Legends: Final Cut" from Phoenix Pictures took the biggest slice of box office pie, placing first with an energetic estimated $8.8 million at 2,539 theaters ($3,466 per theater). Insiders had anticipated a double-digit launch by "Urban." It was the third consecutive weekend in which the film placin
Denzel Washington scored a box office touchdown, finally giving Hollywood some ticket sales to "Remember." Buena Vista/Disney's PG-rated football drama "Remember the Titans," from producer Jerry Bruckheimer, kicked off in first place with a muscular ESTIMATED $21.2 million at 1,865 theaters ($11,383 per theater). "Titans" had the highest per-theater average for any film playing in wide release last weekend. "Titans" marks the first $20 million-plus since the arrival of Columbia's "Hollow Man" la
Sharon Stone drops restraining order; Redgrave honored at GLAAD media awards; Splittsville for Gary Oldman; Director Michael Ritchie dies; French rape film sparks controversy upon arrival in U.S; News blackout blankets resumption of WGA talks; Ricky's role call; Country crooners to wed; "Weakest Link" video game?
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Are these men drinking from the fountain of youth? Because we sure want some.
You'll be surprised by the names on these celebrities' birth certificates!
These celebs are bold enough to rock rainbow-hued locks and we're totes jeal.