|US Release Date||10/31/2003|
Classical music composer Ezra Laderman has passed away, aged 90.
Ray Winstone has urged British politicians to fix the country's health service after his father caught septicaemia while in hospital.
Motorhead star Phil Campbell has paid tribute to the band's longtime assistant and engineer, Dave Hilsden, following his death.
British heavy metal rockers The Mighty Wraith have finally found a new permanent bassist after bandmate Matt Tomkins quit unexpectedly last month (Jan15).
Tyler Durden totally sold out and made a Facebook.
Australian actress Emily Symons is finally set to become a first-time mother after undergoing years of gruelling in vitro fertilisation (IVF) treatments.
Bruce Sinofsky, the filmmaker behind Metallica's 2004 documentary, has died, aged 58.
We've spent the last 13 years waiting for more of this international man of mystery.
Actor Chris Hemsworth quit living in Hollywood and returned to his native Australia because California is too "dangerous" a place to raise children.
R&B stars Tlc's online campaign to raise funds for a new album has closed with more than $430,000 (£268,000) in donations, almost three times higher than their original goal.
When it comes to the old adage "Two is company, three is a crowd," fans of the original 'Total Recall' and the upcoming reboot (in theaters Aug. 3) may beg to differ. Still, here are some pop culture trios that really should be duos.
For every great Emmy stunt, like Jimmy Fallon's delightful opening number, there's others that make us want to do the unthinkable and turn off the TV. (Ahem, Emmytones!) As we gear up for the 2012 Primetime Emmys, we look back at the show's best and worst stunts.
Which Oscar-nominated actor went to school with the Duke of Cambridge?
As if! Clueless turns 20-years-old this July.
We loved Leah Remini as Stacy Carosi. Next Jimmy Fallon reunion, maybe?
Which actor has been working on the same television network since 2002?