Robyn Moore and Mel Gibson
A Superior Court judge finalized Mel Gibson's divorce on Friday from Robyn Moore, his wife of 30 years, The Associated Press reports.
Almost all details of the split were kept confidential, but reports say Moore stands to get a big pay-off from the divorce. Because there was no prenuptial agreement, it was ruled that...
Scottish actor Angus Macfadyen has joined the cast of Chuck in its final season, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
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The Braveheart star, whose TV credits include Alias, Californication and Lie to Me, will portray...
Robert Downey Jr.
Robert Downey Jr., who battled his own vices and came back on top of Hollywood, is hoping he can bestow a second chance upon another troubled actor: Mel Gibson.
While being honored with the American Cinematheque Award, the Iron Man star pleaded with Hollywood to "forgive" Gibson, his former Air America co-star, who was in attendance to present him with the award, according to Deadline.com.
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Oksana Grigorieva and Mel Gibson
The Los Angeles Sheriff's Department is investigating Mel Gibson's extortion claims against ex-girlfriend Oksana Grigorieva, a department spokesman told TVGuide.com.
Spokesman Steve Whitmore confirmed an investigation into the Russian singer is under way, but he declined to offer any additional details.
Gibson's claims are related to the purported audio of Gibson yelling at and threatening Grigorieva that have recently leaked online....
Sheppard, McKay, Teyla and Ronon crash-landed ("Shot down by the cast of Braveheart," griped Rodney) in an Alcatrazlike prison located on an island that is a de facto feeding ground for the Wraith. In fact, the whole reason the Wraith left the remainder of Elysia (I'm guessing at the spelling) alone is because the porky, amoral magistrate cut a deal with a hammy Wraith rep who sips blood-colored wine with the phony decadence of somebody who has gorged himself on Anne Rice's oeuvre. Add Donald Pleasance's severed finger, and the plot would have been a complete recycle of Escape from New York (which, incidentally, starred Kurt Russell, the Jack O'Neill of the original silver-screen Stargate, a film that also featured James Spader, who was in Crash with Holly Hunter, whom I saw present a 1996 Golden Globe alongside… wait for it… Kevin Bacon). Not that I'd put severing body parts past Torrell and his thugs. They did