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With her guardianship situation settled for the moment, Ariel Winter spent yesterday acting like an actual 14-year-old girl by going go-karting in Burbank.Winter's sister, Shanelle Gray, cemented her role as temporary legal guardian earlier this month, with her lawyer and dad now in control of her finances. A hearing to make the guardianship permanent is set for March. Let's hope she gets in as much kid time as possible until then. Read more »
- TMZ Staff
Batman must battle old friends and foes on two fronts in the epic animated conclusion to Frank Miller's masterpiece in Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 2, the next entry in the popular, ongoing series of DC Universe Animated Original Movies. Produced by Warner Premiere, DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Animation, the all-new, PG-13 rated film arrives January 29, 2013 from Warner Home Video as a Blu-ray Combo Pack ($24.98 Srp) and DVD ($19.98 Srp), On Demand and for Digital Download. The Blu-ray Combo Pack will include UltraViolet.
With Gotham City back under his watchful eye, and accompanied by able sidekick Robin, Batman continues to battle crime - but his resurgence awakens a far worse evil at Arkham Asylum: The Joker. In the meantime, Superman has been dispatched by the President to halt Batman's unsanctioned reign by whatever means necessary. Between the Joker's diabolical scheme to drag Batman to the darkest levels of insanity, »
Warner Home Video is set to release the concluding chapter of its animated adaptation of Batman: The Dark Knight Returns next month [if you've not seen the first part yet, then seek it out immediately], and thanks to an official press release we now have a full synopsis, as well as a rundown of the special features set to accompany the Blu-ray...
With Gotham City back under his watchful eye, and accompanied by able sidekick Robin, Batman continues to battle crime – but his resurgence awakens a far worse evil at Arkham Asylum: The Joker. In the meantime, Superman has been dispatched by the President to halt Batman’s unsanctioned reign by whatever means necessary. Between the Joker’s diabolical scheme to drag Batman to the darkest levels of insanity, and the Man of Steel’s seemingly invincible physical presence, the Dark Knight must confront adversaries and allies simultaneously while maintaining the peace in Gotham City.
As 2012 winds down, celebrity news winds up!
This week, Tom Cruise stepped out on the red carpet for the first time since his divorce from Katie Holmes. The "Jack Reacher" star looked dapper in a black suede coat for the film's screening in London. Eat your heart out, Holmes.
In other news, Drew Barrymore debuted her baby daughter Olive, who was born in September, on the cover of People's latest issue. The actress gushed about her baby girl, saying, "it's like the biggest crush I've ever had in my life!"
Plus, Nick Cannon shared too much information about his sex life with Mariah Carey, Kristen Stewart confirmed a huge rumor to HuffPost and Ariel Winter's court case started in Los Angeles. What a week. »
- The Huffington Post
You already listen to him 24/7 and dose your clothes in his scent: isn’t it only that you get to have Justin Bieber on your TV as well? ABC certainly thinks so. According to TV Guide, the network is currently developing a sitcom based on the Bieb’s life. Justin and his manager Scooter Braun would executive produce the show, which would largely depict “Bieber’s background before he got famous. The comedy is about a future pop star’s awkward teenage years and his unorthodox family.” This could actually be great. Have you seen Justin’s dad? Unorthodox is one word for it! Which then begs the question, who should star as the Biebers?
- Halle Kiefer
By Rachel Bennett
Television Editor & Columnist
• The Golden Globe nominations are out, and NBC’s Parks and Recreation is snubbed yet again. What does it take to make this happen? A cameo from President Barack Obama?! In happier news, check out the first promo for the awards ceremony featuring hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler.
• Do you get annoyed when TV commercials are louder than the show you’re watching? Have no fear! The “Commercial Advertisement Loudness Mitigation Act” has gone into effect, meaning that the volume of commercials should be equal to that of the program you’re checking out.
• Although Netflix originally ordered 10 new episodes of Arrested Development, the network has upped the order to 12 to 15 episodes because creator Mitchell Hurwitz filmed more footage than needed. Those overacheivers…
• In the wake of MTV’s new series Buckwild, which follows a group of young adults in West Virgina, »
- Rachel Bennett
Ariel Winter earns $70K per episode for her role on the ABC sitcom hit 'Modern Family' and her custody battle has a decision from the court, at least until spring. Ariel will remain in her older sister's custody until at least March. The 'Modern Family' actress and her family have reportedly hammered out a new agreement that will allow her to continue living with her sister Shanelle Grey, 34, until a new hearing in three months time and her father Glenn Workman has been granted temporary control of the 14-year-old's assets. Ariel - who earns $70,000 per episode - was removed for her mother Chrisoula 'Chrystal' Workman's custody in October and Child Protection Services (Cps) later reported they found evidence of abuse but the actress will now being attending counseling with her parents, according to her brother Jimmy Workman, 32,. He told People.com following a Los Angeles court »
Submitted by Tony:
Cam: “What did we learn from A League Of Their Own?”
Claire: “There’s no crying in baseball.”
Cam: “No, that Madonna is a bad actress and so are you.”
Check out the rest of your quote submissions from Wednesday, Dec. 12 and come back tonight to share your pick for best sound bite!
Ariel Winter’s family to undergo counseling
‘Modern Family’ scoop: A party girl returns — Exclusive
- EW staff
Relationships were tested in tonight’s episode of Modern Family.
Yes, I know what you’re thinking, “What else is new?” But unlike previous spats triggered by miscommunication, Claire and Cam were upset with Phil and Mitch because they didn’t believe in them. The two men, who rarely see eye to eye, didn’t think their partners were capable of successfully flipping a house they had stumbled upon. They came to their senses once they saw the abandoned lot that Claire and Cam had transformed into a baseball field for Manny and Luke’s Little League playoffs and ultimately bought the house. »
- Maane Khatchatourian
Ariel Winter is to stay with her sister Shanelle Gray for the moment, a judge announced yesterday. The 14-year-old Modern Family star was removed from her home earlier this year after allegations that her mother Chrystal Workman had physically and emotionally abused her. Gray was given temporary guardianship of the young actress which has now been extended until March, Us Weekly reports. Meanwhile, Winter's father Glenn Workman was given control of her estate, though he reportedly has to discuss some decisions with Winter's team. Both he and Chrystal have also been asked to attend counselling with Winter and Gray. Winter reportedly (more) »
- By Catriona Wightman
Modern Family's Ariel Winter has finished her messy court battle with her mother. The 14-year-old actress will now see her estate and finances controlled by her father, in a settlement reached outside court. Winter will remain under the guardianship of older sister and fellow actress Shanelle Gray, following allegations that Winter's mother committed "ongoing physical abuse (slapping, hitting, pushing) and emotional abuse (vile name-calling, personal insults about minor and minor's weight, attempts to 'sexualize' minor, deprivation of food, etc.) for an extended period of time." »
- Zach Dionne
Ariel Winter will remain in her older sister's custody until at least March. The 'Modern Family' actress and her family have reportedly hammered out a new agreement that will allow her to continue living with her sister Shanelle Grey, 34, until a new hearing in three months time and her father Glenn Workman has been granted temporary control of the 14-year-old's assets. Ariel - who earns $70,000 per episode - was removed for her mother Chrisoula 'Chrystal' Workman's custody in October and Child Protection Services (Cps) later reported they found evidence of abuse but the actress will now being attending counselling with her parents, according to her brother Jimmy Workman, 32,. He told People.com following a Los Angeles court hearing »
Fourteen-year-old "Modern Family" star Ariel Winter will continue to live with her adult sister, her family will undergo therapy, and her mother will stay out of her business affairs under an agreement reached Wednesday. The agreement comes before the scheduled start of what would have been a guardianship trial focused on claims that Winter's mother, Chrisoula Workman, has physically and emotionally abused Winter. Workman has vehemently denied abusing her daughter, who plays Alex Dunphy on the hit ABC comedy. Under the terms of the agreement, Winter will continue to live with her »
- Tim Molloy
As part of the settlement, Winter, 14, will continue living with her older sister, Shanelle Gray. Her father, Glenn Workman, will take control of Ariel's finances for the time being, the L.A. Times reports (Winter reportedly earns about $70,000 per episode on "Modern Family.")
Mother Chrisoula "Chrystal" Workman, whom Winter accused of abuse, is effectively cut out of her daughter's life for now.
The family did, however, agree to attend counseling and work to patch up their very strained relations. The judge in the case will revisit the settlement at a hearing in late March and could change Winter's custody situation then.
Winter was removed from Chrisoula Workman's home following an Oct. 3 hearing that featured allegations of physical and emotional abuse against Winter. »
Ariel Winter's family issues seem to be improving. The Modern Family star will remain under her sister Shanelle Gray's temporary guardianship, an L.A. judge said Wednesday at the 14-year-old actress's guardianship hearing. Ariel's father, Glenn Workman, was appointed the temporary guardian of Ariel's estate. When Judge Michael Levanas said this, Ariel looked back and smiled at her dad. Glenn and Ariel's mother, Chrisoula Workman, hugged. The judge thanked the family for their hard work in trying to resolve a difficult family situation. There will be a status conference on Ariel's guardianship situation on March 29, 2013. Ariel's brother, Jimmy Workman, told »
The family feud over who should care for Modern Family actress Ariel Winter, 14, has reached a truce - for now. "It looks like the court is going to order therapy and counseling to help keep us together as a family," Ariel's older brother Jimmy Workman told reporters following an L.A. Superior Court hearing Wednesday. "Everything's holding off and everyone's going to counseling," he added. Lawyers for Ariel's mother, Chrisoula Workman, her older daughter Shanelle Gray, 34, as well as the actress, hammered out an agreement to allow Ariel to remain in the care of Shanelle pending a new hearing in March. »
- Ken Lee
The 'Modern Family' star and her mom finalized a settlement in their guardianship case -- and Chrystal Workman was stripped of nearly all legal rights! Her older sister Shanelle Gray will be Ariel's legal guardian, and her dad Glenn Workman will control her finances. Ariel Winter, 14, and her mom Chrystal Workman finally reached a legal settlement on Dec. 12 outside of court regarding their very public legal guardianship battle, according to TMZ. The Modern Family star was removed from her mom's home on Oct. 3 following emotional and physical abuse allegations -- and won't be returning. According to TMZ, Chrystal was stripped almost entirely of her custodial rights, and Ariel's older sister Shanelle Gray will be her permanent legal guardian. "They're stripping everything from me," Chrystal said while waiting outside the California courtroom where the hearing is taking place, a source told TMZ. Ariel's father, Glenn Workman, will be controlling »
- Christina Stiehl
Modern Family star Ariel Winter's father, Glenn Workman, has been granted temporary control of his daughter's finances after a family agreement was reached prior to a scheduled custody hearing Wednesday in Los Angeles.
Related: Ariel Winter's Dad Files Guardianship Declaration
Ariel, 14, arrived to the courthouse walking hand-in-hand with Shanelle. Her mom, Chrisoula 'Crystal' Workman, her father Glenn and brother Jimmy were also present during the negotiations on Wednesday.
A judge reviewed the family agreement, which stipulates that Glenn Workman will take temporary control of his daughter's finances, while both parents undergo counseling with other family members in an attempt to reach a potential long-term reunification.
Shanelle got temporary custody in October after court documents alleged that Ariel had "been the victim of ongoing physical abuse (slapping »
Ariel Winter's dad now has control over her estate -- namely her finances -- which was part of the settlement struck today outside the courtroom ... But the dad can't make a move without dealing with a group of professional advisers who work directly for Ariel.Glenn Workman just got the green light from the judge to manage Ariel's money. Interesting ... considering Glenn filed a declaration in the case calling Ariel "my retirement surprise child. »
- TMZ Staff
Ariel Winter's mother Chrystal Workman is set to lose all custody rights, according to reports. The Modern Family actress is currently living with her sister Shanelle Gray after being removed from her mother's house following allegations of physical and emotional abuse. Sources have claimed that Winter and Workman were working out a settlement in the guardianship case in court today (December 12), according to TMZ. A hearing is reportedly scheduled for later today, to determine whether the actress will remain with her mother or older sister permanently. (more) »
- By Tom Eames
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