Tom Cruise reportedly is the selected actor to lead Warner Bros.' latest big-budget sci-fi war project, "We Mortals Are" or previously known as "All You Need Is Kill". THR quoted a producer as saying, "The studios are interested in him again."
It's been been five years since Tyrese Gibson dropped his last album "Alter Ego" before he delved deeper into acting world. During all those years, he did a lot of blockbuster movies including the three "Transformers" films, but never strayed away from his roots. He was featured on R. Kelly's 2009 song "Pregnant" and did a soundtrack for documentary movie "More Than a Game".
Rihanna might be romancing a British boxer. After performing at the O2 Arena on Thursday, October 6 night, the "Umbrella" hitmaker was spotted getting cozy with Dudley O'Shaughnessy, who makes an appearance in her music video for new single "We Found Love", at London's hotspot Mahiki.
Lawrence O'Donnell has landed on hot water after being disrespectful to Herman Cain during an interview for "The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell". The host started out by reading an excerpt from the 65-year-old businessman's book which read, "I was too young to participate when they first started the freedom rides [of the civil rights movement] and sit-ins... I just kept going to school doing what I was supposed to do, and stayed out of trouble [as my father told me to]."
A brand new trailer for "Coriolanus" has been made available for viewing pleasure. Presenting plenty of action-packed scenes, the promo video revolves around Ralph Fiennes' titular character. It briefly shows his beef with Gerard Butler's Tullus Aufidius and the betrayal by his people.
"How to Be a Gentleman" has received the bad news. The new CBS comedy reportedly gets axed since production of the series will be shut down after 9 episodes, Deadline has learned. The final episode, meanwhile, is scheduled to wrap filming on Friday night, October 7.
Gene Simmons' wedding to Shannon Tweed will be featured on the October 18 episode of "Gene Simmons' Family Jewels", but fans do not have to wait too long to catch a glimpse of it. In a behind-the-scenes look at the newlyweds' visit to Entertainment Tonight, clips from the October 1 nuptials are shared.
Hot Chelle Rae have a blast in a music video which was filmed to support their latest single "I Like It Like That". Sharing screen with their featured guests New Boyz, the band are seen pumping up the crowd and goofing around backstage and on bus.
The competition moves on with Judges' Houses stage when "The X Factor (US)" returns next week. The 32 remaining contestants, who are divided into 4 groups, travel to Simon Cowell's, L.A. Reid's, Paula Abdul's and Nicole Scherzinger's pads, and are thrilled to find out who their mentors are.
Paul McCartney could wed Nancy Shevell on what should have been John Lennon's 71st birthday. The Daily Mail reported that the former member of The Beatles is expected to marry his fiancee in a private civil ceremony in London this coming Sunday, October 9.
A promo video for "The Avengers" has made its way out onto the web. Released by Entertainment Tonight days ahead of the Monday, October 10 airing of an exclusive footage, the preview offers a glimpse at some never-before-seen scenes from the highly anticipated superhero film.
The Winchesters are playing defendant and lawyer in next "Supernatural". In the upcoming outing, Sam and Dean investigate a string of gruesome murders and discover that the Egyptian god Osiris is behind the deaths, before one of them is targeted as the next victim.
Ashton Kutcher has a friend to share his troubles with as he deals with cheating scandal. According to Hollywood Life, the "Two and a Half Men" star has turned to "American Idol" host Ryan Seacrest for support, and the two have been seen in deep conversation when attending Promise 2011 gala on September 27.
Just a day after getting premiered to relatively-positive reviews, Beyonce Knowles' latest music video which was filmed to support her single "Countdown" stirs controversy. The video directed by Queen Bey and Adria Petty is rumored to be a rip-off of a work created by Belgian choreographer Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker.
Kate Middleton and her sister Pippa are not showbiz stars, but their popularity has made them the figures worth to be discussed on "E! True Hollywood Story". The network has planned to premiere the one-hour special about the sister duo on Wednesday, October 12 at 10 P.M.
Arnold Schwarzenegger has traveled back to his hometown in Austria to inaugurate a museum dedicated to his legacy. On Friday, October 7, the former California governor visited the Arnold Schwarzenegger Museum to officially open the Arnold Schwarzenegger Museum and unveil a bronze statue of himself.
A biopic about the late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, who has just passed away after losing battle to pancreatic cancer, is being planned. Sony Pictures has sealed a hefty deal to acquire the rights to Jobs' authorized bio by Walter Isaacson, the former CNN chairman and Time Magazine managing editor.
"The Simpsons" is yet to die. Following a salary dispute between the main cast and 20th Century Fox Television which produces the show, it has just been officially announced on Friday noon, October 7 that the longest running primetime scripted show on the air will stay for two more seasons.
After having two successful concerts at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City last month, Demi Lovato announces ten more dates on October 7. This time around, the former "Sonny with a Chance" star will not just perform in one place but will bring her entourage across the United States.
Life does imitate art for Kristin Davis. Taking the cue from Charlotte York, her character on "Sex and the City", the 46-year-old actress welcomed a baby girl through domestic adoption a few months ago. When sharing the happy news, she revealed that she named the new addition to her home Gemma Rose Davis.
Selena Gomez returned the favor for boyfriend Justin Bieber who popped out at one of her tour stops earlier this year. She was a surprise guest at Bieber's Rio de Janeiro concert on Thursday, October 6.
Patricia Arquette has come into conclusion that a celebrity can not befriend random strangers over Facebook. The actress has deactivated her account after one of her "friends" on the social network began harassing her online.
Sugarland will return to the site where some of their fans were killed while waiting for them to take the stage. The country duo have scheduled a free concert in Indianapolis, Ind. where a stage at Indiana Fairgrounds collapsed and killed six people back in August.