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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, »
While Sony Pictures has not yet confirmed anything, they have registered a couple of domain names for a big screen adaptation of their hit PS3 exclusive video game The Last of Us.
On November 25, thelastofus-movie.com and thelastofusmovie.net were both registered by Sony's online brand protection agency Mark Monitor. This does not necessarily mean they are moving forward on a feature, and there is no word on when this could even happen. Right now, it looks like Sony is just protecting itself for any future movie plans.
Here is the trailer for the video game launch.
The story of The Last of Us follows, Joel, a ruthless survivor with few moral lines left to cross, who lives in one of the last remaining Quarantine Zones. These walled-off, oppressive cities are run by what's left of the military. Despite the strict martial law, Joel operates in the black market of the city, »
Jane Kean, who starred in a 1960s revival of The Honeymooners, has died. She was 90. Kean had a diverse career that dated back to Vaudeville and continued through this year. She passed away on Tuesday in Burbank after a fall that led to a hemorrhagic stroke, her niece told The Associated Press. Kean first worked with Honeymooners star Jackie Gleason on the Vaudeville circuit and reunited with him in 1966 when she played Trixie Norton on the CBS revival that ran from 1966-1970. She guested on numerous other TV series including Love, American Style, The Love Boat, Dallas and Growing Pains. Her film credits included 1941 muiscal Sailors On Leave and 1977′s Pete’s Dragon. Kean was also known for her voice work, notably as Belle in Mister Magoo’s Christmas Carol, a perennial holiday TV movie. According to the AP, Kean recently performed a one-woman retrospective of her life at the Pantages Theater in Hollywood. »
- THE DEADLINE TEAM
Not only can Leonardo DiCaprio throw one of the coolest birthday parties in NYC, but he can also raise a significant amount of money for charity. The actor hosted a charity 39th birthday party for himself at Tao Downtown in the Big Apple last night. Leo raised $3 million for the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation with a special auction that included two bottles of Moet & Chandon Grand Vintage 1921, which were featured in The Great Gatsby, and a one-of-a-kind, handcrafted Roségold Mathusalem of Dom Pérignon. Leo also celebrated with a private dinner with Martin Scorsese, Orlando Bloom, Edward Norton, Benicio del Toro, Tobey Maguire, and Yankee stars Derek Jeter and Alex Rodriguez. After his star-studded feast, Leo had a prime spot in front of the stage, where Kanye West and 2 Chainz performed for the birthday boy, who danced with his arms around girlfriend Toni Garrn. At one point, Leo even kissed Toni while Kanye gave him a shout-out. »
- Maria Mercedes Lara
Leonardo DiCaprio celebrates his 39th birthday on Monday, which got us thinking about how many years he's been on the Hollywood scene. We still remember when Growing Pains welcomed DiCaprio into the family as Luke - because he stole our hearts pretty much immediately. It only got better from there, as DiCaprio charmed us in movies like Romeo + Juliet, Catch Me If You Can, and, of course, Titanic. Take a look at some of his most memorable roles. View Slideshow › »
- Becky Kirsch
Leonardo DiCaprio is celebrating his 39th birthday today, and we're not quite sure how to feel about it. On the one hand, we can't believe that the little guy from Growing Pains has built such an illustrious film career, but on the other, it makes us feel pretty ancient. After all, watching Titanic on VHS and listening to the Romeo + Juliet soundtrack on repeat feels like yesterday. Despite his constant Hollywood presence and multitude of Teen Beat covers, Leo successfully escaped the child star curse. And even though that Oscar statue still eludes him, we can all agree that Leo has become one of the most talented and sought-after actors of our time. In honor of his big day, we've charted Leo's evolution from teenage dream to A-list heartthrob. See the full transformation when you keep reading. »
- Brittney Stephens
TV Line has huge news about Glee that would completely alter the show.
Stream Celine’s entire new album now.
Inside the Princeton Club’s Homophobic Seminar on Investing in Moscow
Sharon Needles has some advice for making the perfect Halloween costume.
Here’s the new trailer for The Wolf Of Wall Street
Sorry, but no matter how good it is, it can never live up to this David Decoteau classic.
The Jonas Brothers give an awkward interview about their breakup.
We need to make sure One Million Moms see this
And here’s The Weekly ShoutOUT™. Each week we’re going to focus on one out athlete/performer and feature a daily pic and career timeline. »
Robin Thicke has a unique upbringing with a rich and famous dad, "Growing Pains" star Alan Thicke. Alan has a bit of a reputation with women and Robin says it made for an interesting experience growing up.
"My dad was single my whole pubescent period," he says in an interview with Elle. "He had Ms. Alabama, Ms. Dominican Republic -- every week. I was like, 'Dang, Pops.'" Thicke even remembers one specific run in with a lady his dad brought home. "The first time I saw a naked woman was when I went to take a shower one morning before school," he says. "I was like, 'Who is this girl in my shower?'"
Alan also took the time to teach Robin what not to do with women. Once while vacationing together, the elder Thicke caught his son staring at a woman walking by. "He said, 'I know she's pretty, »
Sounds like Robin Thicke's dad, Alan Thicke, was quite the ladies' man back in the day. In Elle's November issue, the singer dished on his dad's single days, saying that the Growing Pains star regularly brought women back to their house to spend time in his indoor Jacuzzi. Apparently it led to some surprising moments for Robin, who said, "The first time I saw a naked woman was when I went to take a shower one morning before school. I was like, 'Who is this girl in my shower?'" Robin laughed about it, saying that his dad passed on plenty of advice about women. "He was always very intuitive," Robin said. "And very smooth. He didn't really tell me what to do. He told me what not to do, which is actually more important." So what exactly did Alan's advice entail? "We were on vacation, and some pretty girl walked by. »
- Laura Marie Meyers
To this day, when I think of Brad Pitt I immediately think about one of his two roles on Growing Pains. Apparently the 1989 episode in which he plays a two-faced rock star struck a chord with me, as if he was yelling at me along with Ben Seaver (who was at the time one of the TV characters I most identified with). Also, Pitt has always had a kind of star quality to him that allowed him to resonate in anything we saw him in. That's why he's so memorable in a bit part of True Romance but also makes me wonder how he went so many years in the business before his first real recognition for stealing scenes with his good looks in Thelma & Louise. He's still doing a lot of small roles two decades later, which is one of the reasons I'm polling for his best...
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- Christopher Campbell
So, your friends won't stop talking about Robin Thicke's racy VMAs performance with Miley Cyrus, in which he channeled Beetlejuice, and you really need to change the subject. Here are 10 things about Thicke to discuss instead.
How awesome his dad was on "Growing Pains."
He used to go simply by his last name.
His hair used to be a lot longer.
He's opened for Beyonce.
He co-wrote a song on Christina Aguilera's debut album.
He's also worked with Usher.
And Mary J. Blige.
He and wife Paula Patton have been together since high school (aww).
- The Huffington Post
When Nickelodeon first launched in 1977, it seemed like little more than a child's answer to Saturday Night Live and MTV. In fact, it wasn't until Nickelodeon debuted the Canadian sketch series You Can't Do That on Television in the U.S. that this nascent network began to gain real traction amongst fans of all ages. Before too long, the basic cable channel became quite popular, especially with the launch of it's Nick At Nite line-up featuring such "classic" shows as Alf, The Facts of Life, Growing Pains and many others throughout the years. Viewership certainly proceeded to explode, turning it into one of today's favorite hubs for nostalgia of all kinds.
Nickelodeon had officially arrived in the 1990s, taking its signature brand to the big screen with Nickelodeon Movies in 1995. It wasn't until 1997, though, that this film division made its most iconic and beloved movie of all time: Good Burger. »
Australian Olympic hopeful Belle Brockhoff speaks out against Russia’s anti-gay legislation
Your Crayon Color Choice Shows If You Are Possessed By Demons, Apparently. I always have been, and always will be, Burnt Sienna.
The CW has unveiled promo art for its new fall series.
Here’s Mary Lambert with the gorgeous “She Keeps Me Warm.”
And here’s The Weekly ShoutOUT™. Each week we’re going to focus on one out athlete/performer and feature a daily pic and career timeline. We’ll be showcasing the big names, but also the lesser-known »
Leonardo DiCaprio has shown a great deal of range since we first spotted him on "Growing Pains" in the early '90s. He's drawn naked French girls, ruled the roaring '20s in "The Great Gatsby," incepted our dreams, and danced like this in "The Wolf of Wall Street." Is his next stop the 11th century?
Warner Bros. is currently developing "King Harald," with a script from "Vacancy" writer Mark L. Smith. It's the tale of Harald Hardrada, aka Harald Sigurdsson, the former king of Norway and all-around tough customer. DiCaprio's already on board to produce, under his Appian Way umbrella with Jennifer Davisson Killoran, and Deadline reports the project is being developed with him in mind to star.
According to the site, DiCaprio is "a history buff" who's been yearning to don his very own horned Viking helmet for a movie. If that's the case, Harald's the perfect choice: »
- Jenni Miller
“The Last Of Us” Naughty Dog/Sony Computer Entertainment PS3
Unfortunately, I haven’t convinced everyone around here that playing… er … reviewing video games is an essential part of my job, which is why it took me some time to finally get through Last Of Us. Hopefully after reading this they’ll see that gaming is going to be a big part of FM, moving forward.
Let’s face it, gaming has come a long way since a few dots represented everything from race cars and tanks to E.T. and Pac Man. Video games are the future of storytelling. With budgets and cast lists to rival Hollywood movies, plus the luxury of not having to adhere to weather patterns, Teamsters, the laws of physics—or even reality itself, for that matter—video games are routinely more entertaining and engaging than cinema’s biggest blockbusters.
It’s not uncommon for Hollywood »
- The ED-itor
Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" shows no signs of slowing down in its race to claim "song of the summer," despite lingering accusations that lyrics like "I know you want it" are kinda "rapey" and that the Nsfw video filled with topless models degrades women.
"I think that there are blurred lines within the 'Blurred Lines.' T.I.'s rap is kind of graphic, Robin's point of view I think in his own parts of the song ... is kind of female empowerment when you look at it. It's not so much 'we know you want it' -- it's 'we hope you want it.' It's still a guy waiting for permission, saying 'I'm not your maker.' Nobody grabs anybody. »
- HuffPost Canada Music
This pic from Feb. 2003, when Thicke was just 26 years old, shows the Blurred Lines singer rocking some seriously long locks, a far cry from the smooth, clean-cut style he sports today.
Related Pics: Actors Who've Undergone On-Screen Transformations
What do you think of Thicke's dramatic makeover? Should he grow out his hair? »
Alan Thicke couldn't be happier about his son's song of the summer.
The "Growing Pains" star spoke to People about Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" and said, "He has now projected himself into a stratosphere, into another level, having raised the bar, the family brand, to unimaginable heights."
Thicke earned a good-guy reputation from playing lovable yet firm dad Jason Seaver on the '80s hit TV show, but also has a successful career as a songwriter and composer. The father-son duo even co-wrote a song that appears on the album, "Ain't No Hat 4 That."
Now he jokes that he sometimes introduces himself as "Robin Thicke's father," Thicke told People. "And though I cannot quite relate to the incredible success and accomplishment of his work on that song, now I just feel [like], 'Okay, now I just have to share you with the rest of the world now ... You are barely mine anymore. »
- Jessica Goodman
Alan Thicke has plenty of reasons to be channeling his inner Jason Seaver. As the proud father of crooner Robin Thicke whose latest single, "Blurred Lines", has established itself as the song of the summer, the 66-year-old actor is reveling in his son's success. "I've related to it, and understood it, and was able to feel it, up until only the last couple of weeks," the elder Thicke tells People while attending the 15th Annual DesignCare event benefiting The HollyRod Foundation. "He has now projected himself into a stratosphere, into another level, having raised the bar, the family brand, to unimaginable heights. »
- Reagan Alexander
In sitcoms, introducing a new baby into the family is a classic jump-the-shark event. In all the years that sitcoms have been broadcast, I couldn’t even begin the attempt of counting how many times it has happened. It’s one thing when the birth of a child is clearly a natural course of the family’s story (i.e. Jim and Pam in The Office) but more often than not, they occur at points where the youngest of the existing children are in or almost in high school, like in Family Ties, Roseanne and Growing Pains. Yes, that kind of thing does happen, but in the world of television comedy, it’s merely an oft-repeated plot-device thats designed to introduce a source of fresh conflict and reinvigorate the dynamic of the main cast that has, over the years, gone stale.
But perhaps even worse than the whole bring-a-new-baby-into-the-mix thing, »
- Matthew Hanover
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