Charlie Sheen is set to reprise his role from 1986's "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" for an upcoming episode of the "The Goldbergs." According to People, Sheen will be paying homage to his "Boy in the Police Station" character from the 1986 classic in an upcoming episode of ABC's "The Goldbergs," which is set to air in early 2015. The episode will follow Barry (Troy Gentile) as he fakes being sick.
HBO has released the first trailer for "Game of Thrones" season five. The clip features Bran, although, according to the Huffington Post, the character will not feature in the fifth iteration of the series. The trailer also features Arya holding a needle, which may refer to the House of Black and White she visits in the books.
Former "7th Heaven" star Stephen Collins has officially admitted to molesting three young children. He released a statement that both admits to and details inappropriate sexual acts with three female minors. Collins told People that he molested three victims from 1973 to 1994. In the 20 years since, Collins says that he has not "had an impulse to act out in any such way."
Sony Pictures has pulled the plug on the Manhattan premiere of the controversial new comedy film "The Interview" due to death threats, according to a new report. Hackers Guardians of Peace, the group that claimed responsibility for the recent Sony Entertainment Pictures hack, has threatened anyone who attends the New York premiere, vowing a 9/11-style attack.
Emily Blunt and John Krasinski have upheld one of their beloved family Christmas traditions, which is pranking their close friends and neighbors Jimmy Kimmel and his wife Molly. The neighbors have been at it for years with Kimmel gift wrapping the entire Blunt/Krasinski house last year. This year Kimmel's loving gift came back in spades with Emily and John gift wrapping his entire car.
"Mad Men" star Christina Hendricks has reportedly signed on to appear in a new pilot called "Roadies" from "Almost Famous" director Cameron Crowe. The show will follow the experiences of those working on the crew of a hit rock band's tour. Crowe has penned the script and will direct the pilot and JJ Abrams has signed on as executive producer. Hendricks will star in the role of Shelli.
Barbara Walters has pegged Amal Clooney as the Most Fascinating Person of 2014. Amal, a lawyer by trade, wed George Clooney earlier in the year. "What does it take to fascinate one of the most fascinating men in the world?" Walters asked during her 10 Most Fascinating People of 2014 special. "You could say hers was the wedding of the year, but let's put it into perspective . . ."
Jason Kennedy and Lauren Scruggs have tied the knot in a private ceremony in Dallas, Texas. The pair were joined by a host of celebrity friends including Ken Baker, Candice Crawford Romo, Kathie Lee Gifford, Terrence J, Giuliana Rancic, Bill Rancic, Tony Romo and Catt Sadler. The pair shared news of their union on social media praising one in other with special posts.
Bill Cosby has broken his silence on his ongoing sexual assault scandal. More than twenty women have come forward against the comic claiming sexual misconduct ranging from molestation to rape. Speaking with the New York Post, Cosby praised his wife for sticking with him through the allegations. He thanks his wife Camille, for the "Love and the strength of womanhood."
Mila Kunis is catching heat for her recent comments that she lost much of her baby weight simply by breastfeeding. She made the comments on a recent interview with Craig Ferguson explaining how she got back to her sleek figure just three months after giving birth to her first child with fiancé Ashton Kutcher. The comments generated outcries from scores of non-celebrity mothers on social media.
Former supermodel Beverly Johnson is the latest in a string of women to accuse Bill Cosby of foul play. In a Vanity Fair essay, Johnson says that Cosby drugged her in his house in the 1980s. In her essay Johnson writes that Cosby "decided he had the right to have his way with who knows how many women over the last four decades."
After a few weekends of "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1" landing at number one at the box office, Ridley Scott's biblical drama "Exodus: Gods and Kings" should easily be the top overall draw this weekend, with Christian Bale starring in the 3,300-theater release from distributor Fox.
Amy Schumer has been tapped to host the 2015 MTV Movie Awards. The comedian and actress hit Twitter to make the news public. "I am honored to be hosting the awards. I will carry the audience with me like a TEEN MOM #breaktheinternet #breakmywater." "Wickedly funny and sharply insightful, Amy Schumer is perhaps the most ascendant talent in comedy today and she's on the brink of an epic year."
CBS has revealed that the final episode of the "Late Show" to be hosted by David Letterman will air on May 20, 2015. Letterman is the longest-tenured late night talk show host on television, having hosted a show for more than 32 years and hosting the "Late Show" for 22. He will have hosted 6,028 episodes of both "Late Night" and "Late Show" when he retires, and has won nine Emmys of 73 nods.
"Birdman," starring Michael Keaton, is nominated for seven Golden Globe awards at the upcoming event. The film faces off against "Into the Woods," "The Grand Budapest Hotel," "St. Vincent" and "Pride" in the Best Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy. The 72nd annual Golden Globes will be broadcast on NBC on January 11.