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After years of first drafts and false starts, a sequel to the 1993 Robin Williams hit "Mrs. Doubtfire" is reportedly in the works.
Fox 2000 is developing the project, which would reunite Williams with director Chris Columbus, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The script is by David Berenbaum, who wrote the 2003 Will Ferrell comedy "Elf."
"Mrs. Doubtfire" starred Williams as a divorced...Read more »
Last night Ed Sheeran hit the stage on "Saturday Night Live," and his performance has everybody talking.
The British singer-songwriter performed his upbeat new single "Sing" and also debuted a biting new track, "Don't," which tells the story of a former fling that ended badly (to say the least).
"I was seeing someone for a bit of time, and then they ended up physically involved with...Read more »
Attention "Breaking Bad" fans: Walter White is back. Well, sort of.
Bryan Cranston, who is currently starring in the Broadway play "All the Way," recently channeled the infamous character to help a fan who was looking to land the perfect prom date.
High school student Stefan Montana caught up with the actor outside the show and asked whether Cranston would film a quick video to ask his...Read more »
In movie jargon, the villain is called the "heavy." These days, however, that term applies more and more to the hero.
"Cuban Fury," released Friday, stars Nick Frost as an overweight man whose secret passion is salsa-dancing. Its comedic potential comes built-in thanks to Frost, a British actor who stands five-foot-seven-inches and weighs what looks like 250 pounds or more. If the film sounds...Read more »
Lindsay Lohan has a problem. And it's not one the tabloids have grabbed onto in the past.
I'm no doctor, but a quick schooling via five episodes of "Lindsay" leaves a pretty clear sense that she's a shopaholic.
Early in Sunday's episode, Lohan sells clothing at a consignment store. And then she starts looking around, oh-my-god-ing about an Alaia black trench, getting giddy over a Saint...Read more »
Legos, wormholes, new superheroes and old musicals are on the movie schedule for 2014, which so far looks like a fairly entertaining grabbag. Sequels run the gamut from "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" to "Dumb and Dumber To," while a genre that seemed long dead -- think robes and sandals -- is suddenly very much alive. And speaking of throwbacks, 2014 may mark the first time in years that...Read more »
Nothing tends to get wrestling fans riled up like a list ranking the greatest [insert just about anything wrestling related here] in history.
But, because few things are more subjective than music, WWE’s new DVD release, “Signature Sounds: The Music of The WWE DVD” provides a fun 70 minutes of entertainment and history, with relatively few reasons to throw something at your television.
“Signature...Read more »
The Disney film is now the highest-grossing animated film of all time, according to The Hollywood Reporter, having earned $1.072 billion worldwide.
That total surpasses the previous record-holder, Disney-Pixar's "Toy Story 3," which earned $1.063 billion worldwide.
"Frozen" broke the record over the weekend thanks partly to a good run in Japan, where it took in $50.5 million. It is the...Read more »
Toward the end of Sunday's "Lindsay," the actress has a cocktail of Valium, Fentanyl and Propofol. At her dentist's office.
The show is so slow, though, there's a sense a producer might have sneaked into Lohan's bedroom at night to chip the veneer that resulted in an early morning appointment (and the anesthesia Lohan says she needs because of her fear of dental work). The sequence was certainly...Read more »
Yoga mats for sale at a country music show?
Not your standard memorabilia-table swag, but Sugarland was never your standard Music Row act. The yoga mat was the second-biggest thing I remember about the group’s PNC Bank Arts Center show I went to in 2010.
The first was near the end of Sugarland’s set, when Jennifer Nettles pointed to a group of men sporting western wear that leaned more...Read more »