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  • Neil Patrick Harris: Expect 'Spider-Man' Jokes at Tonys, Just No Tights

    Posted Jun 9th 2011 at 10:15 PM by Nicki Gostin

    Are there enough hours in a day for Neil Patrick Harris? The actor juggles a hit sitcom, 'How I Met Your Mother,' a movie career that includes the much-buzzed-about 'Smurfs,' a hosting job with the Tony Awards this Sunday and um, he's got 8-month-old twins. But don't worry about the guy, little Gideon and Harper (with partner David Burtka) sleep 11 hours a night, he tells PopEater in a fun chat ...

  • Leonard Stern, Mad Libs Creator and TV Writer, Dies

    Posted Jun 9th 2011 at 12:49 PM by Marc Schneider

    Leonard Stern made a name for himself writing complete sentences for some of the most iconic TV shows in history, including 'The Honeymooners,' 'Get Smart' and 'McMillan and Wife,' but it's when he co-created a game book that purposefully left words out that his name become known to kids and grown-ups alike. The Mad Libs innovator died Tuesday, June 7 at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles ...

  • 'Dance' Judge Mary Murphy Tells of More Arnold Womanizing

    Posted Jun 9th 2011 at 09:25 AM by Rob Shuter

    PLUS: Mary Reveals She May Be Done Dancing! 'So You Think You Can Dance' judge Mary Murphy shocked me and host Joy Behar on her hit HLN show recently when she revealed Arnold Schwarzenegger didn't just have a wondering eye on housekeepers and Sandra Bernhard, he also once tried to hit on Mary's makeup artist ... in an elevator ... two seconds after they met. "He even hit on my makeup artis...

  • Will Mila and Justin's Fauxmance Pay Off for 'Friends With Benefits'?

    Posted Jun 8th 2011 at 11:00 PM by Jo Piazza

    Justin Timberlake, Mila Kunis and the publicity machine behind Sony's 'Friends With Benefits' desperately want you to believe the co-stars might be a couple with their none-too-subtle and staged game of grope-a-dope at the MTV Awards. That doesn't make me optimistic for this flick. Hollywood marketing machines believe they can generate buzz by having co stars pretend to couple up prior to ...

  • Friend: Sarah Palin Is Ignoring Elisabeth Hasselbeck

    Posted Jun 8th 2011 at 09:08 AM by Rob Shuter

    Elisabeth Hasselbeck, who once dutifully campaigned alongside Sarah Palin during her run for higher office in 2008, is no longer feeling the love for the likely presidential candidate, in fact, a close friend of the 'View' star reveals the two haven't spoken in months. "I think Elisabeth is a good friend. She remembers birthdays and even with a busy schedule always takes time to stay in touch...

  • To Become Daytime Queen, Katie Couric Must Topple ... Judge Judy?

    Posted Jun 7th 2011 at 09:50 AM by Rob Shuter

    Minutes after it was announced Monday that Katie Couric had signed a multi-year deal with ABC to host and produce a nationally syndicated daytime talker, friends of the top-rated 'Judge Judy' Sheindlin warn the bubbly host that she has no intention of giving up her syndi-crown any time soon. "What people don't know is that Judge Judy is the real powerhouse to beat," an insider tells me. "It's...

  • Kate Middleton's Wedding Gown to Go on Display

    Posted Jun 6th 2011 at 11:10 PM by Tracey Harrington McCoy

    The most famous wedding dress of the decade will be available for public viewing in the next months. Kate Middleton's memorable wedding gown, worn last month when she married Prince William, will be on display when Buckingham Palace opens for tours from July 23 to Oct. 3, PEOPLE reports. And it's not just the dress, designed by Sarah Burton at Alexander McQueen, that will be showcased. The Cart...

  • Paul Reiser on Parenthood, Horrible Timing at NBC

    Posted Jun 6th 2011 at 10:19 PM by Nicki Gostin

    Paul Reiser has joked that his recent debacle with NBC was just an expensive media blitz for his third book, 'Familyhood,' and in a way he's right. Being axed by the last-place network after only two episodes gave the 'Mad About You' actor a pedestal to A) Rip on his former bosses and, B) Bring up his latest tome, which is you guessed it ... about being a dad to Ezra and Leon (ages 15 and 11). Rei...

  • Prince William, Kate Middleton Wow Royal-Watchers at British Horse Race

    Posted Jun 4th 2011 at 02:16 PM by Christine Fenno

    In the newlyweds' first public outing since returning from their exotic Seychelles honeymoon last month, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (also known as Prince William and Kate Middleton) wowed spectators by making a fashionable appearance close to home this weekend at the prestigious horse race known as Epsom Derby. Kate, 29, wore a cream-colored ensemble featuring a tailored jacket and flowi...

  • Russell Crowe Keeps a Promise to Teach Acting

    Posted Jun 4th 2011 at 12:07 PM by Christine Fenno

    Oscar winner Russell Crowe flew to England this week to share his wisdom about acting with a thrilled group of students at Durham University. The 'Robin Hood' star, 47, was all smiles while posing for photos with his new protegees. Crowe told the BBC, "We did a little vocal warm up, then I took them outside to do an exercise in leadership and using the space around you." He called Durham "gorge...

  • Brian Johnson on Arnold, 'Idol' and AC/DC at 40

    Posted Jun 3rd 2011 at 11:55 PM by Nicki Gostin

    It makes sense. AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson, the man who first growled "She was a fast machine, she kept her motor clean" 31 years ago, loves-loves-loves cars. Enough, in fact, to take time out from his duties in one of the most testosterone-fueled bands in rock history to write a book using his car memories to help tell his life story. 'Rockers and Rollers: A Full-Throttle Memoir' is a hilario...

  • James Arness, Iconic 'Gunsmoke' Lawman, Dead at 88

    Posted Jun 3rd 2011 at 02:30 PM by PopEater Staff

    James Arness, a bigger-than-life actor who kept the peace as Marshal Matt Dillon on 'Gunsmoke' for its 20-year run, died Friday of natural causes at his home in Brentwood, Calif., his family told the Los Angeles Times. He was 88. 'Gunsmoke' debuted on CBS in 1955 and ran until 1975, in the process making Arness one of the more enduring stars on television and the Matt Dillon character one of it...

  • Has Christopher Plummer Made Peace With 'Sound of Music'? 'Oh, God No'

    Posted Jun 2nd 2011 at 09:20 PM by Nicki Gostin

    Christopher Plummer's latest role in 'Beginners,' is somewhat of a departure. He plays the father of Ewan McGregor who has two big announcements -- that he has terminal cancer and (surprise!) he's gay. It's a lovely, bittersweet movie with yet another winning performance from the 81-year-old Canadian. In a chat with PopEater, the beloved stage, TV and film actor spoke about the motivation behind h...

  • Alec Baldwin on Acting: Weird, Unusual, Difficult

    Posted Jun 2nd 2011 at 05:16 PM by Marc Schneider

    While someone was tweeting man-junk from Rep. Anthony Weiner's account on May 27, another New Yorker was dipping his toes into the world of Twitter for the first time. Welcome, Alec Baldwin! Color us (whatever color) giddy (is) now that we can ramble along with Jack Donaghy as he glides through security at nasty airports, troubleshoots boat problems, banters with his broham Daniel and, just toda...

  • Ellen Barkin Living With 'Diner' Director's Son, 26

    Posted Jun 2nd 2011 at 12:11 PM by Marc Schneider

    Barry Levinson directed Ellen Barkin in her breakout role, 'Diner,' nearly thirty years ago, but for the past couple of years she's had a drastically different connection with the famed filmmaker: she's dating his young son. Well, according to Page Six that is, whose multiple sources say the 57-year-old Emmy winner and writer Sam Levinson, 26, are not only an item but have actually been living ...


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