This September 16, Selena Gomez, Christina Aguilera, Jessica Alba and many more will grace the stage of 2011 NCLR Alma Awards. NBC has just announced the nominees for the show which honors Latinos in entertainment and the aforementioned stars are some of the "Favorite" ones.
One contestant on "So You Think You Can Dance" successfully squeezed tears out of Lady GaGa. The singer appeared as a guest judge on the Top 8 performance night and she cried after Marko Gremar did a contemporary piece to Jeff Buckley's "I Know It's Over" with Allison Holker.
Amy Winehouse who have been laid to rest may come out with a posthumous album. Her spokesman Chris Goodman said there is "plenty" of unreleased materials but no decisions have been made on what to do with them.
Organizers of Venice Film Festival have announced the movies that would take part at the 68th year. All 22 movies competing for the Golden Lion, including George Clooney's "The Ides of March" and Roman Polanski's "Carnage", are world premieres.
Fiore Films' CEO, Marc Fiore, has spoken up to slam the accusation thrown by actor Joe Pesci, which suggested that the company was using his name to promote and attract investors for biopic "Gotti: In the Shadow of My Father". Fiore insisted that it was Pesci himself who pulled out of the project after director Nick Cassavetes left last April.
Kat Von D and Jesse James have recently broken up but a trailer for "LA Ink" season 4 sees them when they were still very much a couple. A recap of the tattoo artist's last five years, the video compiles footage from her past while she narrates important moments in her life, including her engagement to the former-husband of Sandra Bullock.
Scarlett Johansson has become the latest celebrity to have been invited to the Marine Corps Ball by a Marine. Unfortunately, like Betty White, the actress playing Black Widow in "The Avengers" won't be able to attend the ball, but she is sending luxury champagne as a consolation.
Charice is spreading confidence in a music video for her newest single "One Day". She's trying to tell her peers not to be afraid of following their dreams. "[It's] all about reaching for your dream, no matter the odds. Ignore all the people who say you can't reach your goal and always go for it!" she said.
E! is going to pay tribute to Amy Winehouse by airing her "E! True Hollywood Story". The half-hour special will be rebroadcast on Thursday, July 28 at 10 P.M. following the sudden passing of the British singer.
An official red band trailer for indie horror "Red State" has been released. Filled with violence and profane language, the fresh preview follows three high school boys who end up having to fight for their life when they encounter a fundamentalist preacher with sinister agenda, Abin Cooper.
Melanie Moore of "So You Think You Can Dance" is officially getting support from at least one A-list celebrity. Her performance on Tuesday, July 26 has smitten Lady GaGa that the "Judas" songstress admitted the 19-year-old contestant is her favorite on the competition.
If Us Weekly is to be trusted, Alexander Skarsgard and Kate Bosworth are no longer together after nearly two years together. Accordingly, the "True Blood" actor has parted ways with his "Straw Dogs" co-star a while ago. Their break-up was said to be "very mutual".
A new sneak peek of Maroon 5's "Moves Like Jagger" music video has made its way out, giving an extended look at the video shoot. Opening with introduction by Adam Levine and Jesse Carmichael, it proceeds with a bunch of behind-the-scene footage.
Marvel's head Kevin Feige dished on details of Hulk's physique just a few days after an official concept art poster which teases how the humanoid monster will look like in "The Avengers" was unleashed. In an interview with LA Times recently, the studio's boss said that after all these years, the green goliath might change a bit when he appears in the superhero-studded movie.
Though she has five children together with Rohan Marley, Lauryn Hill has just made it clear that he is not the father of her sixth child. Words have run rampant that the son of Bob Marley abandoned her while she was pregnant, but the former member of The Fugees said the otherwise in a statement released via Twitter.
Steve Carell has lent his acting skill when stopping by "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" on Tuesday, July 26. Together with the show's host, he was featured in a sketch called "Other Voices" which was claimed to be a clip taken from Jimmy Fallon's former talk show which aired for only two weeks in Canada at 3 A.M.
Two of Jesse James' exes have made media headlines for different reasons. The 42-year-old's ex-wife, Janine Lindemulder, has got into trouble with the law for harassment, while his ex-fiancee Kat Von D was engaged in a Twitter feud with Jillian Barberie of "Good Day L.A.".
Paramount Pictures has confirmed new release date for its two upcoming action/adventure movies, "G.I. Joe 2" and "Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol". While the sequel to "G.I. Joe: Rise of Cobra" is now set to hit U.S. theaters on June 29, 2012, the Tom Cruise-starring film is rescheduled to arrive in the nation on December 21, 2011.
OK Go took the advantage of HTML5's audio and video tags to create an interactive music video for their latest single "All Is Not Lost". The band slip into green spandexs and join forces with contemporary dance group Pilobolus to create human-body kaleidoscopic visuals.
In the wake of her death last Saturday, July 23, Amy Winehouse's album "Back to Black" re-enters Billboard Hot 200. The album which was released in October 2006 secures the ninth position on the U.S. album chart with 37,000 copies sold, up 3,140% from the week before her passing.
The first trailer for George Clooney's latest directorial work "The Ides of March" has made its way out onto the web. It follows a wunderkind press secretary Stephen Myers, who has built a career that men twice his age would envy.
Denise Richards had once tried on a sexual relationship with another female celebrity. When appearing on "The Howard Stern Show" on Tuesday night, July 26 to promote new memoir "The Real Girl Next Door", the former wife of Charlie Sheen shared little details of the affair.
For this year's Halloween, "The Simpsons" will take a jab at "Dexter". A sneak peek to the episode, which was presented at Comic-Con last weekend, has now landed online via Entertainment Weekly although the annual festive event is still months away.
Piers Morgan is put on the defense once again in regards to the phone hacking scandal. British political blogger Paul Staines, who blogs under the name Guido Fawkes, has recently unearthed a 2009 interview with BBC's "Desert Island Discs", in which the "Piers Morgan Tonight" host seemed to admit being in the know about tabloids' shady actions.
2011 Teen Choice Awards is still ten days away, but 21-year-old Taylor Swift has already won one prize. The country music cutie is set to receive Ultimate Choice Award, the highest TCAs honor to recognize her extraordinary contributions to the entertainment industry.
The first teaser trailer for "Battleship" has been debuted via Yahoo! Movies and it tries to get moviegoers prepared for a big war. Lovey-dovey Lt. Alex Hopper (Taylor Kitsch) and Sam Shane (Brooklyn Decker) open the preview, but they have to stay away for a while when Hopper is assigned to the USS John Paul Jones by Liam Neeson's Admiral Shane, who happens to be Sam's father.
Lee DeWyze has got engaged to Jonna Walsh, and is more than happy to share on how he proposed to his model/actress fiancee. The crowned season 9 winner of "American Idol" told PEOPLE that he got down on one knee under a fireworks-filled sky while on board a private yacht at Disney World in Orlando on July 16.
Two months after the first look at Katniss Everdeen in "The Hunger Games" was revealed, a new picture from the movie which shows how two devoted men behind the heroine will look like has landed online. Coming out via Entertainment Weekly, the image features Gale and Peeta standing next to each other in the same forest Katniss was in the previous photo.
Alex Trebek has ruptured his Achilles tendon while chasing down a burglar. Before opening the final round of the National Geographic World Championship on Google's Mountain View, California headquarters, the "Jeopardy!" host took some time to explain about his leg injury.
Glen Mazzara is taking over the reins of "The Walking Dead". Following shocking report of Frank Darabont stepping down as showrunner of the AMC hit series, sources have now confirmed that Mazzara will step in as the new showrunner, while still serving as executive producer alongside Robert Kirkman.