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The Walden Schmidt depicter and his co-stars are close to sign a new deal to keep them on the CBS sitcom, while Aronsohn hands over his position to executive producers Don Reo and Jim Patterson.
The 'Oz: The Great and Powerful' actress brushes off speculations that she's more than just friends with her former 'That '70s Show' co-star when met at CinemaCon 2012 in Las Vegas.
A representative for the 'Black Swan' beauty clarifies reports that the former co-stars on 'That '70s Show' grabbed a sushi dinner together in Studio City on Sunday, April 15.
Producer Mark Hulme opens up that 'Jobs' will take place during the late gadget guru's life in 1971-2000, which marked Apple's founding as well as its up and down years.
In addition to bringing back together the cast of the period sitcom, the network will stage 'In Living Color' reunion during its '25th Anniversary Special' set to air April 22.
The return of Elizabeth Hurley's Diana Payne to The Spectator will unleash a power struggle between her and Nate.
Yoga instructor Hilaria Thomas is seen sporting the diamond sparkler, which is estimated to have cost between $75,000 to $95,000, when stepping out in New York City on Monday, April 2.
Some hardcore fans of the high-end gadget brand show their support for Kutcher, but some others are skeptical that the actor could portray the late Apple co-founder well.
Also teased in the newly unveiled trailer is Sookie digging a grave, Jessica getting cozy with a new man, and Jason getting threatened by Rev. Steve Newlin.
The former 'That '70s Show' star has been tapped to star as the late Apple co-founder in an indie movie to be directed by Joshua Michael Stern.
Clearly upset when asked about the rumors during a press conference for 'Battleship' in London, the 'Birthday Cake' singer stresses that she is currently single and happy.
The ex-husband of the late Whitney Houston is facing a maximum of one year in county jail if convicted on his DUI-related and driving with a suspended license charges.
Along with Tooth Fairy and Sandman, the legendary kids' folklore figures get ready for a war against the Nightmare King who wants to rule the world by spreading fear among children.
The 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' host is caught off guard when a man, who wears nothing but a green speedo, crashes his interview with the 'Two and a Half Men' actor and the 'Boyfriend' singer.
The singer left his Los Angeles mansion in the wee hour of Thursday after spending four hours with the actor.