Robin Gibb, the co-founder of the Bee Gees, died Sunday after a long battle with cancer, Rolling Stone reports. He was 62.
"The family of Robin Gibb, of the Bee Gees, announce with great sadness that Robin passed away today following his...
Why am I seeing flashes of Darren Criss (Blaine) in a crisp white suit pointing up to a mirror ball? Probably because Glee exec producer Ryan Murphy is teaming with Barry Gibb on an April episode to honor The Bee Gees' Saturday Night Fever soundtrack...
Channing Tatum's stripper past is no secret (video footage of his pre-fame gyrations leaked in 2009), and now he's set to share even more of it on the big screen. Steven Soderbergh (Ocean's Eleven, Erin Brockovich) has signed on to direct Tatum in a film based on Tatum's actual past as an adult entertainer, EW.com reports. He's set to play an older stripper mentoring a younger one...
Welcome Back Kotter
After years of sending his regrets, John Travolta has finally agreed to reunite with his fellow Sweathogs for a Welcome Back, Kotter 35th anniversary reunion at April's TV Land Awards. (Perhaps Tom Hanks reconnecting with his former Bosom Buddies costars at last year's show had a little something to do with convincing him!)
Good for Travolta for hopping on board, considering he...
Having graced two of the blockbusteriest trilogies of all time, Orlando Bloom is out to prove his acting chops by making his West End debut in a revival of the 1969 drama Celebration, says Variety, to bow as early as July.... The epic staging of Lord of the Rings a flop in Toronto last year inexplicably begins previews in London on May 19, says Playbill.com. Hey, if things don't work out for Bloom's other project.... Per London's Daily Mail, ITV hopes to cast a staging of Saturday Night Fever via a reality series.... Jerry "The Beav" Mathers is the patriarch in Broadway's Hairspray starting June 5. Reporting by Raven Snook
Donald Faison, Scrubs
Tonight at 9 pm/ET, NBC's Scrubs presents its 100th episode, featuring — no, not the death of someone close to Clark Kent — a humorous homage to The Wizard of Oz. This week's second helping guest-stars Jason Bateman and a whole lotta angry ostriches. Is this show officially off the hook? TVGuide.com spoke with Donald Faison, aka Turk, about crafting Scrubs' weekly remedy for the prime-time blahs.
TVGuide.com: Donald Faison, pardon my French, but you are on one damn funny show.Donald Faison: Thanks, but where did you speak French in that?
TVGuide.com: Um, when I said "Faison"? So do you get that a lot, people telling you that Scrubs
Question: I remember in the '80s there was a remake of an old French movie about this man who keeps tormenting his wife and another woman. It was set in a castle or something, and the scene I remember most vividly is the one in which the wife runs into the bathroom and locks the door. She turns around and all of a sudden, he pops out of the tub full of water and his eyes are rolled back into his head. She screams. Please, oh please, tell me the title of this movie and something about it!
Answer: Although it was made earlier than you suggest, I think you're remembering Reflections of Murder (1974), a startlingly good made-for-TV remake of Henri-Georges Clouzot's Diabolique (1955), in which the sadistic headmaster of a cavernous boys' boarding schoo