Celebrated thespian woodsprite Shailene Woodley has yet another new movie coming out and this one tackles with some dark family drama.
In this week's TV roundup, Detective Stabler comes to Bon Temps, Olivia Wilde charms on The Colbert Report, Fiona Apple celebrates Paul McCartney's birthday with the Roots and we say goodbye to Girls.
During her run for the presidency, Michelle Bachmann terrified us all on a regular basis. So perhaps it should not come as a surprise that True Blood creator Alan Ball took inspiration from her for the upcoming season of the show. He says,
Rumor has it that Lauren Conrad and actor boyfriend Kyle Howard have "split amicably after three years together."
NBC issued a statement this week saying that Christopher Meloni, who plays Detective Stabler on Law And Order: SVU, will not be returning for the 13th season. And the news doesn't get any better from there. Mariska Hargitay will be returning to the show next season, but for a limited number of episodes.
Law & Order SVU's Christopher Meloni was on Conan last night discussing the ubiquity of his show in an incredibly dull, seemingly pointless interview that we just had to post.
People are manufacturing great excitement about the reunion of Diane Lane and Richard Gere for Nicholas Sparks' latest high budget Lifetimey three-hanky second-shot-at-love fest, Nights in Rodanthe. To the extent the premiere says anything about the film, well, let's just say last night's red carpet at NYC's Ziegfeld…