Drawing out quite the impressive roster of star power, Entertainment Weekly's 6th Annual Comic-Con Celebration was the place to be in San Diego, California on Saturday night (July 14).
Held at the Hard Rock Hotel, the 'Just Dance 4' sponsored soiree boasted a guest list including "The Vampire Diaries" trio of Nina Dobrev, Ian Somerhalder and Paul Wesley, with the co-stars posing for pictures as a group before the Elena Gilbert actress broke away from her handsome fellas for brief visits with "War of the Worlds" actor Justin Chatwin and "Burke and Hare" hunk Andy Serkis.
Always a highlight of the entertainment industry’s calendar, Saturday evening's (June 23) 39th Daytime Emmy Awards paid tribute to the best and brightest to grace the small screen over the past twelve months.
With stars such as Bethenny Frankel, Sharon Osbourne, Dr. Drew Pinsky, Lisa Rinna, Susan Lucci and Aisha Tyler among those on hand, the big winner during the course of the Beverly Hilton Hotel held celebration was Outstanding Drama Series victor "General Hospital".
For the second year in a row, the small-screen’s biggest stars hit the red carpet for the Critics' Choice Television Awards in Beverly Hills, CA on Monday night (June 18).
Gathering together at at The Beverly Hilton Hotel, the adorable Zooey Deschanel was radiant in red as she mingled with "Modern Family" cast members Eric Stonestreet and Ty Burrell - with the hit ABC comedy also represented by Sarah Hyland, Julie Bowen and Ariel Winter.
The second annual Comedy Central Comedy Awards were taped last night (April 28) in New York City and some of our favorite comedians including Kristen Wiig, Will Arnett and Maya Rudolph were in attendance.
The awards show honors the best in stand-up, television, film, and online hysteria, as well as recognizing the legendary comedians of our time. This year, the special mentions were dedicated towards comedic icon Don Rickles and funny man Robin Williams, who called himself "one of the luckiest (bleeps) in show business, with the possible exception of Ryan Seacrest."
Thanks to advertisers continuously looking for new methods of attracting viewers, Kristen Dunst, Kate Hudson and Rita Wilson will make their directorial debuts.
In this past January’s edition of “Glamour” magazine, readers were asked to submit real life stories that left other readers with a positive feeling. Dunst, Hudson, and Wilson selected the winners of the contest, and will turn their stories into short films. The total budget that “Glamour” is coughing up for the promotion is $500,000.