Kevin Bacon is set to star in and executive produce a TV reboot of his 1990 cult classic film "Tremors," Entertainment Weekly reports. Bacon originally played Valentine McKee, who lived in the remote town of Perfection when it was invaded by giant man-eating worms called Graboids, in "Tremors." Though the film spawned four sequels, Bacon only starred in the original.
Actor John Stamos has been sentenced to three years probation following an arrest for driving under the influence of a drug. The "Full House" star pled no contest in a Hollywood court earlier this week and was handed the sentence by a Los Angeles County District Attorney. In addition to the probation Stamos has been ordered to attend 52 Alcoholics Anonymous meetings.
The gingham dress worn by Judy Garland in "The Wizard of Oz" sold for $1.5 million at the Bonham's and Turner Classic Movies Hollywood memorabilia auction in New York on Monday. The dress is one of ten believed to have been made for the role. A rep for Bonham's called the dress "instantly recognizable," adding that "You immediately know it was Judy Garland who wore it as Dorothy Gale . . ."
Elisabeth Hasselbeck has announced that she will leave her post at "Fox & Friends" to spend more time with her three kids. In a statement, she says she looks forward to keeping up with the show - the top rated cable news program - while attending to her family. "With a heart full of gratitude and the peace that God has given me, I am confident that this personal decision is the right one."
On-again off-again couple Audrina Patridge ("The Hills") and Corey Bohan have gotten engaged, making Patridge the last of the cast of the former MTV show to find a husband. According to People, Bohan proposed to Patridge after asking her father for permission. "I was in shock and kind of didn't even hear him, but I said yes!" Patridge told People.
Sofia Vergara and Joe Manganiello wed in Palm Beach, Florida on Sunday, posting an announcement of the nuptials on Facebook. Vergara, 43, and Manganiello, 38, have been engaged since last December. The "Modern Family" star wore a custom Zuhair Murad gown at the ceremony, which went down at The Breakers Resort. Celebrity guests on hand for a weekend full of festivities included Julie Bowen.
The original cast of "American Idol" - Simon Cowell, Paula Abdul, Randy Jackson - will all return for the show's final season. Host Ryan Seacrest dished to E!, "We will have the former judges back. The plan is to have all of them back. They've all considered it and I think are enthusiastic about coming back and saluting the show."
Reid Ewing of "Modern Family" says that his obsession with the way he looks led to an addiction to plastic surgery. Writing on the Huffington Post, Ewing says his struggle has been a difficult one. "Body dysmorphic disorder is a mental illness in which a person obsesses over the way he or she looks," he began. "In my case, my looks were the only thing that mattered to me."
Rebel Wilson debuted the trailer for her new movie, "How To Be Single" on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show." The film features Wilson in the role of Robin, a partier who helps her friend Alice (Dakota Johnson) get acclimated to the world of dating. "While my character is fiercely independent, Dakota's character has just come out of a long-term relationship and is showing all the signs of codependency."
Josh Duggar is being sued by adult film actress Danica Dillon, who claims that Duggar "assaulted her to the point of causing her physical and emotional injuries" during a consensual sex act in March. She's asking for $500,000 in damages, saying that, in the wake of the alleged incident, she has had to seek psychiatric help.
David Beckham has been named People magazine's Sexiest Man Alive. Jimmy Kimmel orchestrated the reveal night with a masked Beckham, who video conferenced in from London, who sat for a lightning round of questions as audience members attempted to guess his identity. "It's the best moment of my career," Beckham joked on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!"
The French release of Natalie Portman's film "Jane's Got a Gun" has been delayed following the recent terror attacks in Paris. The film, which was scheduled to be released Wednesday, November 25, revolved around a woman who asks her ex-lover for help in order to save her outlaw husband from a gang out to kill him. The film was set to premiere in France ahead of its U.S. premiere.
Ryan Gosling has confirmed that he will star alongside Harrison Ford in the upcoming film "Blade Runner 2," the sequel to the 1982 sci-fi classic. In an interview with Collider, Gosling couldn't give many details regarding the script, only joking, "there's a chip in me and if I say anything more I'll explode if I say anything else."
Charlie Sheen says that he is HIV positive. In a new interview with Matt Lauer on NBC's "Today" show the actor announced that "I am here to admit that I am HIV positive." Sheen noted that he finally came out and announced the news because he was fed up with the rumors surrounding his condition. "I have to put a stop to this onslaught, this barrage of attacks and of sub-truths," he said.
John Oliver used his show to denounce the terrorists who unleashed a wave of violence on Paris. On Sunday's episode of "Last Week Tonight," Oliver launched into a profanity laced tirade against the attackers. "As of now we know this attack was carried out by gigantic f--king a--holes," he began. "Unconscionable flaming a--holes, possibly working with other f--king a--holes."