Mara Wilson has denied any interest in appearing in a sequel to "Mrs. Doubtfire." Wilson, who starred as Natalie Hillard in the original film when she was six-years-old, tweeted that she was not interested in appearing in a potential sequel. She explained: "I've been in some mediocre movies, but I've never been in a sequel.
HBO has released the initial trailer for the second season of their hit original series "Orange is the New Black." The trailer features Taylor Shilling's character Piper picking up where she left off at the end of season one. That season wrapped up with Piper fighting her rival Pennsatucky and ending up in solitary confinement.
Beck has revealed that he hopes to release the followup to his most recent release Morning Phase later this year. He broke news of the plan during a radio interview, noting that he's already hard at work on the music and it has a different feel from his previous work.
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Dolly Parton has put her own unique spin on Bon Jovi's "Lay Your Hands On Me." The new cover tune will appear on Parton's 42nd studio album Blue Smoke. While the song may mean one thing from Bon Jovi, Parton found a completely different meaning: "When I first heard that song, years ago, I thought, 'Wow, that sounds so much like a gospel tune' . . ."
Bryan Singer's attorney denied claims that Singer sexually abused a teenage boy, calling the accuser's claims "completely fabricated." Michael Egan III, who is now 31, claims that Singer—who directed most of the "X Men" films as well as several television series—abused him repeatedly between the ages of 15 and 17.
Rush have ended their brief hiatus with the announcement of a "long tour," according to guitarist Alex Lifeson. The decision means that the band will be celebrating their 41st anniversary out on the road. "The three of us had a meeting," Lifeson began.
Jenny McCarthy has announced that she is engaged to Donnie Wahlberg. McCarthy made her revelation on live television and had hinted that she would do so earlier in the day, posting on Twitter that fans should watch her on her show, "The View." After she revealed her news, she jumped up and down along with her co-hosts.
The Rolling Stones have confirmed rescheduled dates in Australia and New Zealand, following the band's temporary hiatus of the 14 On Fire tour after the death of Mick Jagger's girlfriend L'Wren Scott. The dates have been reset for the fall, beginning at Adelaide's Oval on October 25 and wrapping at Auckland's Mt. Smart Stadium on November 22.
Following his induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Peter Gabriel has hinted that a Genesis reunion is not completely out of the question. Speaking backstage at the ceremony, Gabriel told Rolling Stone that a reunion is possible if not likely: "I never say never. It really didn't happen last time. I think there's a small chance, but I don't think it's very high."
Jamie Foxx is featured in the trailer for the remake of Annie, featuring Quvenzhane Wallis (Beasts of the Southern Wild) in the titular role. Foxx, who plays Benjamin Stacks, is joined by Cameron Diaz in the role of Miss Mannigan. Wallis replaced Willow Smith who was initially tapped for the lead role.
50 Cent has dropped "Hustler," the latest single from his upcoming album, Animal Ambition, due June 3. The cut dropped to iTunes on Tuesday, April 15 along with a video. "From the beginning it was written I suppose / I break a hole in the 36 oz / And move it out, / I'm a hustler baby I'm a hustler baby," raps Fif on the record.
Jay Weinberg has been rumored as the replacement for former Slipknot drummer Joey Jordison. Weinberg is the son of long time Bruce Springsteen drummer Max Weinberg, and has already worked up an impressive resume, including gigs with Bruce, hardcore band Madball and punk rockers Against Me!.
Echo And The Bunnymen have unveiled two new songs from their upcoming new album Meteorites. The tracks released for preview are "Lovers On The Run" (which is the first track from the new album) and "Holy Moses," which band member Ian McCollouch says is an exploration of faith: "If Moses can't find God, then how can I? Are we praying to someone who just isn't there?"
Maya Rudolph ("Saturday Night Live") has landed her own variety show set to air on NBC in May. "The Maya Rudolph Show" kicks off May 19 at 10 PM EST. On the set Rudolph will be joined by a host of famous friends including Kristen Bell, Andy Samberg, Fred Armisen, Craig Robinson, Sean Hayes, and Chris Parnell. Janelle Monae will be the musical guest on the first show.
Ed Sheeran has announced his first solo arena tour to support his upcoming sophomore album, x. The dates commence August 22 at Seattle's Wamu Theater and wrap September 18 at Toronto's Air Canada Centre. So far 15 dates have been announced with more forthcoming. Tickets go on sale April 25. Supporting acts have not been announced.