|US Release Date||03/09/2005|
Sandler's new Netflix film will put a comedic spin on ensemble westerns.
Ted Danson is going from crime scene investigation expert to small town sheriff after signing on to star in the second season of the Fargo TV adaptation.
Former Saved By The Bell star Dustin Diamond has been arrested in Wisconsin.
Oprah Winfrey almost turned down the chance to star in civil rights movie Selma after learning her character would have to lash out at a policeman - because she refused to become known as "the slapping actress".
Troubled rocker Scott Stapp's wife called cops and begged them to detain the star after he launched into a tirade and threatened to assassinate U.S. President Barack Obama.
The family of reggae legend Bob Marley is set to launch "the world's first marijuana brand" in the late star's name.
The body of missing movie executive Gavin Smith has been found two years after his disappearance in 2012.
Actress/singer Pia Zadora's husband has filed a civil suit against his former bosses at the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department for allegedly terminating his employment illegally following the arrest of his wife last year (13).
Three Florida law enforcement officers have been reprimanded for taking a picture with rapper 50 Cent while on duty.
Scottish actor David O'hara has been fined for hurling drunken insults at a police officer after a soccer match.
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Aubrey Graham, did you really start from the bottom?