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Who's getting hitched? David Tutera has thrown show-stopping weddings and epic parties for the likes of Jennifer Lopez, Star Jones, Matthew McConaughey, Shannen Doherty, Susan Lucci, Elton John and the Rolling Stones — now he's headed to Genoa City to do some business!
The famed designer and host of We's My Fair Wedding with David Tutera will guest star on two episodes of The Young and the Restless where he'll help create dream nuptials for a certain couple. Will it be Neil and Leslie? Dylan and Avery? Tyler and Abby?
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- Michael Logan
New York (AP) — Before there was "Mean Girls," there was "Heathers." Now that dark comedy is ready to bully its way into New York as a musical. The 1988 film starring Winona Ryder, Shannen Doherty and Christian Slater has been turned into a show by Tony Award nominee Laurence O'Keefe and Emmy Award winner Kevin Murphy. It starts performances off-Broadway in March at New World Stages after a stint in Los Angeles this year. Andy Fickman directs. It tells the story of a high school misfit in Ohio who teams up with her boyfriend to kill her mean but popular »
- Mark Kennedy (AP)
Actor Christian Slater and girlfriend of three years Brittany Lopez made a pretty big decision on Monday (Dec. 3) -- they decided to get married.
A rep for Slater confirms to People that the couple went down to the courthouse in Coral Gables, Fla. to get their marriage license and decided to just tie the knot right then and there.
Slater can next be seen on ABC's "Mind Games," as one-half of a problem-solving duo of brothers. Slater's half is a con man who has done some time in jail.
But his marriage news got us thinking? What other '80s heartthrobs are off the market? Is anyone still on the market?
Despite his free-wheeling ways in the '80s, Lowe married Sheryl Berkoff (right) in 1991 and is still with her. They have two sons together.
Cameron got together with his on-screen girlfriend, »
It was revealed on Monday (Dec. 2) that Garth will release "Deep Thoughts From a Hollywood Blonde," a humorous tell-all that will cover her days filming the hit Fox series, her relationships with other cast members and her newly single life after splitting from Peter Facinelli.
While die-hard "90210" fans will have to wait until April 1, 2014, when the book is released, to find out just what dirt Garth spills about her glory days, there's certainly a few stories we're certain must be told.
1. The truth about her reported friction with diva co-star Shannen Doherty
Sure, the two have made up, even appearing on-screen together as their former characters during the first season of The CW's reboot, but, while they've skirted around the story of an alleged on-set skirmish, it's time Garth spill all about their former feud. »
Jennie Garth and Michael Shimbo have broken up after three months of dating, E! News can exclusively confirm. The actress and the media exec traveled to Austin, Texas, over the weekend to watch Formula One's U.S. Grand Prix. While there, sources reveal that the pair decided to call it quits. Shimbo, who is the CEO of a video travel channel called PlanesTrains+Automobiles, reportedly flew home early after he and Garth got into an argument. Reps for the actress declined to comment. In late August, the actress and the media exec decided to take their romance public at James Franco's Comedy Central Roast. They had previously been seen going on a double date with former Beverly Hills, 90210 star Shannen Doherty and »
Right after he wrapped up his ’13 Sundance experience, Franco, the movie industry’s poetry geek, hit the brinks and commenced lensing in Los Angeles with Josh Peck, Shannen Doherty, Alex Kingston, Keegan Allen and Tim Blake Nelson. Set in the 20′s-30′s, simply titled Bukowski and not Ham on Rye, Franco’s fascination for the subject joins about a half dozen previous other films on the writer most recently Factotum. Production wrapped in March and as he recently professed to Charlie Rose, hopes that it’ll make the Sundance cut and we hope to see just how much of a range Peck has.
Gist: Written by Dave and James Franco, this is the story of writer Charles Bukowski’s formative years from childhood to high school and his struggles with an abusive father, disfiguring acne, alcohol abuse, and his initial attempts at writing.
- Eric Lavallee
Kate Moss will cover the January issue of Playboy, and today we got to see the first photo from the shoot. Instead of going nude, Kate posed seductively in the famous bunny costume. Back when Kate was tapped to appear on the 60th anniversary issue, the magazine's editorial director called her an icon and elaborated on the choice of cover model: "You're talking about the face of Burberry, the biggest supermodel in the world on the cover of Playboy. She's the perfect partner for us to help launch the next 60 years." So is Playboy the new Vogue? Not quite, but Kate, who has posed nude before for high-fashion editorials, wouldn't be the only high-profile star to strip for Hugh Hefner. Actresses including Sharon Stone, Shannen Doherty, and Drew Barrymore have posed for Playboy, as have reality stars Heidi Montag and Kim Kardashian. See 16 famous women and their Playboy covers now. »
- Annie Gabillet
Shenae Grimes, a.k.a. Annie Wilson, a.k.a. the Shannen Doherty character of The CW's "90210" reboot, is finally ready to talk about the end of her five-year run on the CW soap. The actress announced on her website that she's hosting a fan Q&A where she'll answer all your burning questions about her time on the show and what it's really like to end such a big chapter in her life.
It sounds like she's got some major beef to settle with the end of that show: "I want to candidly speak out about my experience with You, my loyal fans who are looking for the same closure I didn't find with our finale," she writes. "While things have been written in the press, I've remained pretty tight-lipped as I mourned the end of an intense journey with the show...until now."
Grimes will host an hourlong live chat on Saturday, »
The Power of three is trying to make a movie! After news broke that CBS was working on a reboot of Charmed, the WB's beloved witchy drama, the series' original stars Alyssa Milano and Rose McGowan took to their Twitters to say why they think bringing back the series is a no-good, very-bad idea. What Milano doesn't think is a bad idea? A Charmed movie that would reunite the four sisters, including Holly Marie Combs and Shannen Doherty! "I would definitely do a #Charmed movie," Milano tweeted on Wednesday. She then reached out to all of her Hallaway sisters, asking, "Would you, @H_Combs, @rosemcgowan and @DohertyShannen?" And guess what? Doherty, who exited the series after the »
Next, the backlash, and then a suggestion from Zap2it's partner Hypable that perhaps a "Charmed" movie with the original show's cast would be the better way to go. And now we may be onto something.
"I would definitely do a #charmed movie," Milano tweeted Wednesday (Oct. 30), shortly after retweeting the Hypable link. She then asked of her former co-stars Holly Marie Combs, McGowan and Shannen Doherty, "would you?"
Combs and McGowan hadn't responded as of this post, but Doherty, who starred on The WB show's first three seasons, is ready to join Milano. "Yep I would," she writes. "Enough was left undone to address and make a good movie."
To be clear, nothing like a "Charmed" reunion is in the works, »
The actress - who has already voiced her concern over news of a potential reboot of the witchcraft series - also asked her former co-stars if they would consider the possibility.
She tweeted earlier today (October 30): "I would definitely do a #charmed movie. Would you, @H_Combs @rosemcgowan and @DohertyShannen?"
Shannen Doherty replied: "yep I would. Enough was left undone to address and make a good movie."
It was reported last week that CBS is working on a reboot of Charmed, which ended an eight-season run back in 2006.
The series followed the lives of the three Halliwell sisters after they discovered that they were actually powerful witches.
Doherty has »
CBS wants to reboot "Charmed," but the original show's cast members don't agree that this is a good idea. Following the lead of Rose McGowan, Alyssa Milano has tweeted her opinion on the "reimagination": She feels that "Charmed" is still "too close" for a new show.
On Friday (Oct. 25), CBS announced that it wanted to create a new version of "Charmed" from "Party of Five" producer Chris Keyser and Sydney Sidner. The original series ran from 1998 to 2006 on The WB and starred Milano, McGowan, Holly Marie Combs and Shannen Doherty as sisters and witches who battled evil.
Milano's Twitter response came later on the same day:
"The thing about them doing a #charmed reboot is... it just... it feels like yesterday. It feels too close."
In posting this, Milano joined her former castmate McGowan in not being impressed by a show coming back only 7 years after it went off the air. »
The film, which has already gone into production, tells the story of a former pro-surfer dubbed “Undateable John” (John Philbin) who is suffering from alcoholism. While fighting his on/off battles at an AA meeting, he meets Jane (Estella Warren). Not only will she be executive producing the project and providing the soundtrack, Jett will also play a Venice Beach punk musician who befriends John and Jane at an AA meeting.
- Lucy Cave
Do not freak out. Whether you think Charmed is one of the best shows ever and deserves a reboot, or you hated the show and can’t abide the idea of a reboot, or you loved the show and can’t abide the idea of a reboot, or my personal favorite, hey, how about if we wait and see how it actually turns out before we judge?, it’s all premature.
Vulture first broke the news that CBS TV Studios, who owns the rights to all of the Aaron Spelling-produced library of shows, has ordered a script for the pilot of a “reimagined” Charmed, to be written by Party of Five co-creator Chris Keyser and partner Sydney Sidner. Just a script. Not a casting call or camera in sight.
The original, as you probably know, started out as three witch sisters who used their powers for good. It starred Alyssa Milano, »
- Erin Willard
The rocker will executive produce the film under her company Blackheart Films, as well as star in a supporting role.
According to Deadline, the dark romantic film will star Jett as a Venice Beach folk singer who befriends a couple during an AA meeting.
Jett last executive produced The Runaways, the film about her all-female punk band in the late '70s. Kristen Stewart played her in the film, which Jett described as surreal.
The rocker also recently released a new album called Unvarnished. She's revealed that she will never retire from music.
Watch a trailer for The Runaways below: »
According to reports, CBS has ordered a pilot script for a reboot, with a new cast, for "Charmed", the bewitching drama that ended in 2006 after eight seasons.
The project will be written by Chris Keyser ("Party of Five") and Sydney Sidner, and will reimagine producer Aaron Spelling's series that previously starred Alyssa Milano, Holly Marie Combs, Shannen Doherty and Rose McGowan.
"...'Charmed' follows three sisters, known as the 'Charmed Ones', the most powerful good witches of all time, whose destiny is to protect innocent lives from evil beings such as demons and 'warlocks'.
"Each sister possesses unique magical powers that grow and evolve, while they attempt to maintain normal lives in modern day San Francisco. Keeping their supernatural identities separate and secret from their ordinary lives often becomes a challenge for them, with the exposure of magic having far-reaching consequences on their various relationships and resulting »
- Michael Stevens
The original series centered around four sisters who battle against the forces of evil using their witchcraft. It ran for eight seasons from 1998-2006 and starred Shannen Doherty, Holly Marie Combs, Alyssa Milano, Rose McGowan, Brian Krause and Julian McMahon.
Source: The Live Feed »
- Garth Franklin
As reported earlier, CBS is considering doing a new version of the Charmed TV series. The original ran for eight seasons on The WB network before ending in 2006.
McGowan, like many fans, isn't crazy about the idea of remaking Charmed. Via Twitter, she wrote, "They really are running out of ideas in Hollywood." and then, "lame lame lame lamertons".
What do you think? Do you agree with McGowan? Is there any way that a new version of Charmed could work? »
CBS TV Studios holds the rights to the Spelling library and is producing the project with the Tannenbaum Company. Thus far, the network has only asked for a pilot script so the project may or may not move beyond that point.
Revolving around a trio of sisters who discover that they're witches, Charmed debuted in 1998 with Shannen Doherty, Holly Marie Combs, and Alyssa Milano as the leads. Doherty left after three seasons and her character was killed off. Rose McGowan joined the cast »
It has been 15 years since Charmed’s Halliwell sisters first cast their spell on us, but if CBS has anything to say about it, the power of three could find its way back to our television sets.
EW has confirmed that CBS TV Studios has given a script deal to a reboot of the popular WB series, which ran for eight seasons from 1998 to 2006 and starred Shannen Doherty, Holly Marie Combs, Alyssa Milano, and Rose McGowan as the powerful witches who used their powers (and one very helpful grimoire) to fight evil.
- Samantha Highfill
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