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Michael Douglas' Son Dylan Goes Skydiving and Mom Catherine Zeta-Jones Finds Out on Instagram

Michael Douglas' Son Dylan Goes Skydiving and Mom Catherine Zeta-Jones Finds Out on Instagram
Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas‘ son is still surprising his parents at every turn.

Dylan Douglas, 19, shared a video of himself on Instagram on Sunday in which he took a leap out of a plane while skydiving. The teenager cheekily wrote in the caption, “Don’t tell mom…”

His mother, 49, assured him she had seen the video, hilariously commenting, “Mom just found out
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Stars Announced For Save The Children Centennial Events

Save the Children, the international humanitarian organization, announced today that Jennifer Garner will host its “Centennial Celebration: Once in a Lifetime” event on October 2 in Beverly Hills, with a special performance by five-time Grammy Award winner James Taylor.

Tommy Hilfiger, founder of Tommy Hilfiger, will be honored at “The Centennial Gala: Changing The World for Children” gala in New York City on September 12. To help celebrate the night in New York, chef and humanitarian José Andrés will create a special dessert for guests to enjoy. As previously announced, the two events are a culmination of the organization’s 100th year anniversary and will celebrate Save the Children’s mission to do whatever it takes for the most vulnerable children in the United States and around the world.

Save the Children will present the Humanitarian Award to Tommy Hilfiger, fashion designer and American icon, for his unceasing dedication to uplifting the lives of others.
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Harrison Ford Reveals What Pushed Him to Finally Try Skydiving and His Big Plans to Jump Solo

Harrison Ford Reveals What Pushed Him to Finally Try Skydiving and His Big Plans to Jump Solo
Harrison Ford might just be adding “skydiver” to his extensive résumé.

The actor, 76, opened up about his latest adventure while on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Tuesday in which he revealed he went skydiving in New Zealand during a recent holiday.

“So was that your first time skydiving? Why would you wait so long to skydive?” Ellen DeGeneres, 61, asked The Secret Life of Pets 2 actor.

“Probably because Liam said he wanted to do it,” Ford said, explaining it was 18-year-old son’s “idea.”

He added, “But it was fun, it was great. I did like it.”

When asked if
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David E. Kelley Would Support an ‘Ally McBeal’ Reboot, but With a Female Showrunner

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David E. Kelley Would Support an ‘Ally McBeal’ Reboot, but With a Female Showrunner
When “Ally McBeal” premiered in the late ’90s, many critics applauded the legal drama for its portrayal of a flawed, complex woman in a central role. The show also sparked a national conversation when Time magazine infamously put Calista Flockhart’s face on its cover next to Susan B. Anthony, Betty Friedan and Gloria Steinem, asking, “Is feminism dead?”

Despite the controversial opinions regarding the show’s handling of female representation, critics still write about the show being far ahead of its time.

More than 20 years after “Ally McBeal” premiered, television is now showcasing some of the best roles for women, as female characters have progressed immensely to avoid tired tropes and stereotypes.

So, in this age of endless reboots, could “Ally McBeal” make a comeback?

David E. Kelley — the creator of “Ally McBeal” and some of TV’s most successful shows from “Boston Legal” to “Chicago Hope” to “Picket
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Spotlight: Jane Fonda's Charity Work

Jane Fonda has been a political activist since the ’60s, for various causes.

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Jane Fonda has supported the following charities:

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Supergirl's Andrea Brooks Defends Eve: 'She's Not a Full-Blown Sociopath'

Supergirl's Andrea Brooks Defends Eve: 'She's Not a Full-Blown Sociopath'
The only thing that surprised Supergirl actress Andrea Brooks about her character’s villainous reveal is how long it took for the truth to finally come out.

“I don’t want to say it’s been in talks since Day 1, but there were always jokes circulating on set,” Brooks tells TVLine of Eve Teschmacher embracing her dark side. “Writers would come up to me from time to time, telling me that there were possibilities, but it wasn’t until this season that they actually sat me down and told me the direction she was going in.”

(Brooks also suspects that
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Stars To Take Part In 18th Annual Comedy For a Cure

On Sunday, April 7, 2019, the Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance (Ts Alliance) will present its 18th Annual Comedy for a Cure, which raises funds to support research into a rare disease called tuberous sclerosis complex (Tsc).

Comedy for a Cure will be held at Academy La starting at 5 pm with a 1.5 hour reception and silent auction, followed by a short program, live auction and comedy show. The event will also celebrate the Ts Alliance’s 45th Anniversary.

This year’s comedian lineup features headliner John Henson with additional performances by Kate Flannery, Orny Adams and Karen Rontowski. The event’s hosts include long-time Ts Alliance supporters Jim O’Heir and Alex Skuby.

In addition, the Szilagyi Family of Southern California will be presented with the “Courage in Leadership Award” for their tenacity and inspiration to everyone living with Tsc. Dr. Joyce Wu, Founder and Director of the UCLA Tsc Clinic, will also be
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William Esper, Eminent Acting Teacher, Dies at 86

William Esper, Eminent Acting Teacher, Dies at 86
William Esper, the influential acting teacher and Sanford Meisner disciple who lent his expertise to Kim Basinger, John Malkovich, Jeff Goldblum, Sam Rockwell, Tracee Ellis Ross and countless others, has died. He was 86.

Esper, who launched his William Esper Studio in 1965, died Saturday of complications from Lewy body disease at his home in New York City, his son, actor and theater director Michael Esper, told The Hollywood Reporter.

Esper's students also included Paul Sorvino, Mary Steenburgen, Jennifer Beals, Kristin Davis, William Hurt, Kim Delaney, Wendy Malik, Dule Hill, Calista Flockhart, Peter Gallagher, Patricia Heaton, Aaron Eckhart, Christine Lahti,...
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Harrison Ford and Wife Calista Flockhart Have Glam Date Night at Governors Awards

Harrison Ford and Wife Calista Flockhart Have Glam Date Night at Governors Awards
Harrison Ford and Calista Flockhart had a date night worthy of their collective star power at Governors Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday night.

Ford, 76, arrived sporting a black tux, bow tie and a new goatee. Flockhart, 54, matched his colors with a black and white dress and black pumps.

The Indiana Jones and Ally McBeal stars met at the 2002 Golden Globes, but kept their relationship quiet until 2003.

“I’m in love,” Ford told Hello! Magazine in 2003. “Romantic love is one of the most exciting and fulfilling kinds of love and I think there is a potential for it at any stage of your life.
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Today in Soap Opera History (November 11)

1968: It was Nick and Althea's wedding day on The Doctors.

1983: Guiding Light's Eli Sims wanted revenge.

1998: Paul Anthony Stewart debuted as Danny on Guiding Light.

2003: All My Children's Erica made an unwelcome discovery."The best prophet of the future is the past."

― Lord Byron

"Today in Soap Opera History" is a collection of the most memorable, interesting and influential events in the history of scripted, serialized programs. From birthdays and anniversaries to scandals and controversies, every day this column celebrates the soap opera in American culture.

On this date in...

1957: On The Edge of Night, Mike (John Larkin) realized Billy's blood type was not a match with Roger or Mary.

1964: Geoffrey Lumb made his first appearance in Another World as Mitchell Dru in a crossover from P&G's As the World Turns. He had previously played the character on The Brighter Day before joining Atwt and Aw.
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Sam Rockwell movies: 15 greatest films, ranked worst to best, include ‘Three Billboards,’ ‘Moon,’ ‘Confessions of a Dangerous Mind’

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Sam Rockwell movies: 15 greatest films, ranked worst to best, include ‘Three Billboards,’ ‘Moon,’ ‘Confessions of a Dangerous Mind’
During one of his many award speeches in 2018 for his supporting role in “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri,” Sam Rockwell proclaimed himself a character actor as opposed to your traditional leading man. The line between those two types of actors is often blurry and Rockwell himself has vacillated from supporting roles to lead roles throughout his career.

Rockwell’s success has been a long time coming. He moved to New York at a very young age after attending a school for the arts in San Francisco. He worked steadily on the stage and television building up a resume of small roles. He would eventually gain name recognition during the 1990s heyday of independent film, in particular with the films “Lawn Dogs” and “Box of Moonlight” starting to get the actor noticed.

He began to work frequently with playwright turned film director Martin McDonaugh, eventually leading to the point where McDonaugh described him as his muse.
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Supergirl: Why Supergirl Feels Less Super

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Supergirl is like the girl version of Superman.

There. No need for an introductory paragraph. I said it.

Supergirl was Arrowverse’s first female-led superhero show, and it was just apt to have it that way. Even before the news came out, it was a no-brainer that the first female superhero who would get their own show within the Arrowverse starts with Wonder, Bat, or Super.

When the first news broke about Supergirl being made into series in 2014, the excitement was overflowing. Add to that the news of Calista Flockhart and Chyler Leigh casting into the roles of Cat Grant and Alex Danvers, respectively.

Also, being a fan of the multiple incarnations of Superman in films and television, I couldn’t help but be intrigued about what could make Supergirl, as the main hero, different than when she was just a side character next to her famous super-cousin.

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Terms of Endearment Reading Benefits Stand Up To Cancer and Geffen Playhouse

More than $100,000 was raised at the exclusive one-night-only reading of Terms of Endearment presented by Berlanti Productions and Jessica Queller at the Geffen Playhouse.

All proceeds from the fundraiser will benefit Stand Up To Cancer and Geffen Playhouse’s New Play Development Program.

The reading took place Monday, October 1, on the Geffen Playhouse main stage with an all-star cast that included Melissa Benoist, Kate Burton (Scandal), Calista Flockhart, Willie Garson (White Collar), Alfred Molina, Kumail Nanjiani, Italia Ricci (Designated Survivor), Chris Wood and Constance Wu. Notable attendees at the event include Harrison Ford, Rebel Wilson and Odette Annable. The original Terms of Endearment cast featured Shirley MacLaine, Debra Winger, Jack Nicholson, Danny DeVito and John Lithgow.

“We are so grateful to Greg Berlanti, Jessica Queller and the Geffen Playhouse for their willingness to engage in the fight against breast cancer,” said Sherry Lansing, a co-founder and member of the Council
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Spotlight: V-Day's Celebrity Supporters

A global movement to stop violence against women and girls.

It is a catalyst that promotes creative events to increase awareness, raise money and revitalize the spirit of existing anti-violence organizations. V-Day generates broader attention for the fight to stop violence against women and girls, including rape, battery, incest, female genital mutilation (Fgm) and sexual slavery.

Celebrity supporters

V-Day has 38 known supporters, including Oprah, Susan Sarandon, and Jennifer Hudson

Areas of work WomenHuman RightsAbuseRape/Sexual AbuseSlavery & Human Trafficking Read more about V-Day's work and celebrity supporters. Related articles Celebrities To Attend V-Day In New OrleansBig Names Flock To End Violence Against WomenBuy Halle Berry's Favorite Bag For CharityLTTS Exclusive: Calista Flockhart Joins The Stars For V-DayJoel Madden And Rosario Dawson Pen Charity Articles

Are you organizing an event which celebrities will attend? Tell us about it so we can spread the word!

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Charity Reading of ‘Terms of Endearment’ Sends Star Cast Into Tears

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Charity Reading of ‘Terms of Endearment’ Sends Star Cast Into Tears
Despite a 35-year heads-up that “Terms of Endearment” is a masterful tearjerker, a starry charity reading of the Oscar-winning screenplay ended in sobs on Monday in Los Angeles.

Actors Calista Flockhart, Constance Wu, Kumail Nanjiani, Alfred Molina, Melissa Benoist, and “Grey’s Anatomy” star Kate Burton all shed tears while performing the script — some in the context of their scenes, but mostly in observing their co-stars perform the 1983 James L. Brooks drama.

“I was so embarrassed, I tried to hold it in so much. I was ducking down in my chair,” Wu told Variety, crediting the “story and writing of this caliber, it’s almost impossible not to. The words do that to you.”

The reading benefited the Hollywood-backed Stand Up 2 Cancer Foundation, as well as the event’s host venue the Geffen Playhouse Theater in L.A.’s Westwood neighborhood. It was produced by TV mogul Greg Berlanti’s
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Greg Berlanti Assembles Star Cast For Charity ‘Terms of Endearment’ Reading

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Greg Berlanti Assembles Star Cast For Charity ‘Terms of Endearment’ Reading
He is the busiest producer in television with record 14 series on the air, including Supergirl, and a married father of a toddler. Yet Greg Berlanti has taken on a side project, a one-night-only reading of Paramount Pictures’ Terms of Endearment at The Geffen Playhouse in Los Angeles on Monday, October 1, to benefit Stand Up To Cancer.

Presented by Berlanti Productions and Supergirl co-showrunner Jessica Queller, the reading will feature Supergirl’s Melissa Benoist Calista Flockhart and Chris Wood as well as Alfred Molina, Kumail Nanjiani, Constance Wu, Willie Garson (White Collar), Kate Burton (Scandal) and Italia Ricci (Designated Survivor).

Berlanti and Queller are doing the event to honor the memory of their mothers who both died of cancer.

Berlanti’s mom passed away just over a year ago. “Throughout the time that she
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Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on Grey's, Riverdale, Walking Dead, Supernatural, The Resident, Crazy Ex and More

Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on Grey's, Riverdale, Walking Dead, Supernatural, The Resident, Crazy Ex and More
Got a scoop request? An anonymous tip you’re dying to share? Send any/all of the above to

Question: Any spoilers for the coming season of Grey‘s Anatomy? —Josephine

Ausiello: In case there was any doubt, the father of Teddy’s unborn oven bun is definitely Owen. As Kim Raver notes, the finale twist was foreshadowed in Season 14’s 17th episode, which allowed “the audience to understand the love relationship that… [Teddy] and Owen have.” But Raver is quick to remind us that the pair’s road to parenthood will be paved with at least one massive landmine.
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Lynda Carter’s Returning To Supergirl For Season 4

Supergirl has always been great for bringing in actors with a history in the DC universe. Its legacy castings have included Smallville‘s Erica Durance, Laura Vandervoort and, most recently, Sam Witwer as well as Lois & Clark‘s Dean Cain and Teri Hatcher. Probably the most fan-pleasing, though, is the appointment of Wonder Woman herself, Lynda Carter, as none other than the President of the United States, Olivia Marsdin.

If you’re hoping to see more of her, we’ve got good news, as the iconic actress has announced that she’s set to return to Supergirl at some point in season 4. Carter shared the news on her Twitter account, where alongside a behind the scenes image of herself and star Melissa Benoist, she wrote that she loved working with the Girl of Steel and was “delighted” to be coming back as President Marsdin.

This is a big deal, as
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Film Review: ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’

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Film Review: ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’
“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” is purportedly the most-produced of all the Bard’s plays, but neither that nugget nor its cinematically friendly fantasy elements has done it many favors on film. Hollywood’s most famous stab was a notorious flop — stage titan Max Reinhardt’s garish 1935 Warner Bros. extravaganza featuring such unlikely (and highly variable) Shakespearean actors as Dick Powell, James Cagney, Mickey Rooney and Joe E. Brown. An almost equally starry 1999 effort, shot in Italy with Kevin Kline, Michelle Pfeiffer, Calista Flockhart and Christian Bale, wasn’t much better.

Since then there’s been the lamentably self-explanatory “A Midsummer Night’s Rave,” and the inexplicable “Strange Magic,” one Disney cartoon that children of all ages found easy to resist. That’s 80 years of evidence suggesting “Dream” might best be left sleeping by American filmmakers.

All the more surprising, then, that director-adapter Casey Wilder Mott’s debut feature proves
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Supergirl: Season Four; Original Cast Member to Appear in Fewer Episodes

It looks like Winn is stepping down. TVLine reports Supergirl star Jeremy Jordan will appear in fewer episodes of the CW TV show's fourth season.Jordan plays tech expert Winslow "Winn" Schott, Jr on the DC Comics drama, which also stars Melissa Benoist, Mehcad Brooks, Chyler Leigh, David Harewood, Calista Flockhart, Chris Wood, Floriana Lima, and Katie McGrath.Read More…
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