Marg Helgenberger, Dana Delany, Nan Woods, Chloe Webb
It's been more than 20 years since China Beach went off the air, and star Dana Delany says she hasn't revisited the series aside from catching a snippet of an episode while flipping channels a couple of years ago.
Charlie Sheen is back on TV just a little over a year after getting the boot from his longtime sitcom home, Two and a Half Men. And while many (read: anyone not living under a rock) recall the long, strange trip Sheen took from Men to his new FX sitcom Anger Management (premiering Thursday at 9/8c), we decided to retrace the career highs and lows that came long before his tiger blood-infused media rampage, his standup comedy tour, and his recent resurgence:
As Anger Management launches, Charlie Sheen makes peace with Two and a Half Men
Badlands (October 1973): Look, Dad, I can act! Sheen made an un-credited appearance as...
It's not every day that you hear grown men shout "victory" in the middle of a home improvement store. For How to Be a Gentleman's Kevin Dillon, who recently ended an eight-season run on Entourage, it's just how people say hello.
"Before Entourage, I would have a lot of Marines and Platoon fans quoting, 'Did you see that head come apart?'" Dillon tells TVGuide.com. "Now, I get, 'Hey, Johnny Drama!' Just today, I went to Home Depot and I had guys screaming 'Victory!'"
A lot has changed for Dillon in the past eight years, and we're not just talking about how he's greeted at the checkout line. After first gaining...
The Anti-Defamation League criticized filmmaker Oliver Stone for comments he made to The Sunday Times of London that the group considers anti-Semitic.
"Oliver Stone has once again shown his conspiratorial colors with his comments about 'Jewish domination of the media' and control over U.S. foreign policy. His words conjure up some of the most stereotypical and conspiratorial notions of undue Jewish power and influence," Abraham H. Foxman, the ADL national director, said in a statement. "This is the most absurd kind of analysis and shows the extent to which Oliver Stone is willing to propound his anti-Semitic and conspiratorial views."
Oliver Stone lands TV deal
Filmmaker Oliver Stone and writer Bruce Wagner have inked a television development deal with Epix for a one-hour scripted drama, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Still Holding, based on the Wagner novel of the same name, will follow ...