Garth Brooks' former assistant is suing the country superstar for hundreds of thousands of dollars, saying Brooks is a "paranoid, angry, deceitful and vindictive man who will turn against those closest to him on a dime," according to a lawsuit obtained by TVGuide.com.
Sony is in negotiations to acquire the rights to Steve Jobs' biopic, Deadline reports.
The film would be based on Walter Isaacson's authorized biography about the late Apple co-founder, Steve Jobs, which hits shelves Oct. 24. Mark Gordon (Saving Private Ryan, Grey's Anatomy) would produce the movie.
Apple co-founder Steve Jobs dies at 56
Isaacson, a former CNN chairman and Time magazine managing editor, conducted more than 40 interviews with Jobs and more ...
Tom Sizemore has signed on for a multi-episode arc in Hawaii Five-0's upcoming second season, Entertainment Weekly reports.
Sizemore, best known for his roles in Saving Private Ryan, Pearl Harbor and Black Hawk Down, will play...
Adam Goldberg has joined Robert De Niro's cop drama pilot Rookies, Entertainment Weekly reports.
The CBS project revolves around six new NYPD cops trying to balance their personal lives while working the streets of ...
The Social Network
The Social Network took home the top prize at the 61st annual American Cinema Editors' Eddie Awards.
Angus Wall and Kirk Baxter, editors of the film about Facebook, won in the dramatic feature category, while Alice in Wonderland's Chris Lebenzon nabbed the musical or comedy category. Ken Schretzmann and Lee Unkrich took the trophy in animated feature competition for Toy Story 3.
Jason Ritter, Sarah Roemer
NBC has pushed back the return date for The Event another week, a network rep confirms.
The serialized drama, originally scheduled to resume Feb. 28, will now offer a two-hour episode on Monday, March 7 at 8/7c. After that, the network has nine episodes left to complete Season 1, and the series will retake its original Monday at...
Pillars of the Earth
It wasn't the swords. It wasn't the sandals. For Rufus Sewell, the tough part was all the stinkin' mud. Playing a 12th-century stonemason in mega miniseries The Pillars of the Earth, premiering tonight on Starz at 10/9c, meant maintaining "a level of grime on my neck consistent with that of your typical farm animal," he says.
A small price, indeed, for what's shaping up to be the armor-clanking, leech-sucking, monks-a-poppin' drama of the summer. Pillars, based on Ken Follett's doorstop of a best-seller (all 973 pages of it), about the quest to build a Gothic cathedral in a fictional England of yore, runs eight hours over six Friday nights...
Steven Spielberg is working with Discovery Channel and DreamWorks Television to create a look into the future, the network announced Thursday.
Future Earth — incorporating CGI footage — will examine...
Saving Private Ryan star Tom Sizemore, who last week saw a judge extend his stay at a drug treatment center by a month, is shopping around Super Sizemore, a reality show chronicling his sordid and assorted courtroom travails, his struggle to become sober and his descent to such depths that he is shopping around a reality show called Super Sizemore.
On Thursday a judge ordered Tom Sizemore (Saving Private Ryan), who checked into a Pasadena treatment center in July, to remain in the live-in drug-rehabilitation program for another 30 days. At the request of Sizemore's lawyer, the judge will allow the actor to leave the facility occasionally with a "sober companion." In other words, Courtney Love will never, ever meet Tom Sizemore.