Tom Cruise told German TV on Saturday that fiancée Katie Holmes is ready to give birth any day now. The couple, who plans to marry this summer, has also picked out a name, though the Mission: Impossible III star wouldn't reveal it.
Public health officials in New Zealand are probing whether Russell Crowe violated smoke-free laws covering concert venues when he puffed away on cigarettes and drank port during a weekend performance of his rock band, the Ordinary Fear of God.
A hairdresser hired to primp Kevin Costner's wedding guests before the actor's 2004 nuptials pled guilty to stealing a laptop computer from Costner's Aspen home. Salon owner Pascal Bensimon was fined and sentenced to probation and community service. The missing Mac contained pictures from Costner and Christine Baumgartner's wedding ceremony.
Twentieth Century Fox rolled out a 25-second teaser trailer this weekend for its long-awaited Simpsons movie attached to Ice Age: The Meltdown. Voice recordings begin this week for the film which opens on July 27, 2007.
Die Hard director John McTiernan became the 14th person charged with a crime connected to the case against detective-to-the-stars Anthony Pellicano. McTiernan faces one count of lying to FBI investigators after claiming he did not know about Pellicano's alleged wiretapping activities, according to the charges.
Warner Bros., Universal Studios, 20th Century Fox, Paramount, Sony, and MGM will begin selling digital downloads of major releases later this week via their jointly owned Movielink Website.
Brad Pitt told TV Guide that it was U2 frontman Bono, not girlfriend Angelina Jolie, who inspired him to get involved in global humanitarian causes. The actor narrates PBS' new doc, "Rx for Survival: The Heroes," debuting Apr. 12.
British director Ken Russell and his family were unhurt as a fire tore through their countryside home Monday.
An advocacy group have erected billboards in Los Angeles with Chris Farley's image to advertise treatment for drug and alcohol addiction.
Starbucks is launching its first movie-related tie-in with a marketing campaign for Lionsgate's upcoming drama Akeelah and the Bee, starring Laurence Fishburne and Angela Bassett, opening Apr. 28.
Oscar winner Philip Seymour Hoffman is set to direct a The Little Flower of East Orange, a new play by Stephen Adly Guirgis debuting at the Manhattan Theater Club's 6@7 Reading Series running Apr. 10 through May 22.
A recently released study from the University of North Carolina has declared that sexually explicit music, magazines, TV, and movies act as a virtual peer driving kids to have sex at an earlier age.