Look out, New Yorkers -- Mayor Michael Bloomberg and the City Board of Health aren't just after your large sodas. Now they want your bucket-sized popcorn and jumbo milkshakes, too.
The cost of movie tickets keeps going up, which means lots of people are now content to just wait until the flicks show up on cable or Netflix. But that also means theaters are left with declining revenues, so some are trying to recoup that money by getting creative.
Philanthropic stars often write big checks to charities -- but in a new reality series called 'Celebrity Sellouts,' they'll sell off their own possessions to help good causes instead.
The Lifetime series is the brainchild of former 'N Sync member Lance Bass, who's working along with production company DiGaVision -- created by former MTV programming gurus Tony DiSanto and Liz Gateley -- to bring it to fruition.
As the world watched Charlie Sheen's nuclear meltdown in the days after he was canned from 'Two and a Half Men' last year, a lot of people couldn't help but find the irony in the word he used to describe his situation: "Winning!"
But hindsight being what it is, Sheen now reveals in an interview that he shares that feeling, saying he was "in total denial" during that dark time.
One of the late, great Elizabeth Taylor's most memorable film roles was that of the sexually-frustrated Maggie in Tennessee Williams' 'Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.'
Now the 1955 Pulitzer Prize-winning play on which the movie was based is getting (yet another) Broadway revival, and Scarlett Johansson has reportedly been tapped to star.