01:00 PM EDT 12/22/2014
Originally posted 04/18/2014 05:15PM
It's Johnny vs. Jesus at the box office this weekend, but which should you see? Depp dulls in Transcendence, but Greg Kinnear makes a real case for Heaven.
Originally posted 05/13/2013 07:35PM
Very little time at Monday's FOX 2013-14 upfront presentation was devoted to the elephant in New York's Beacon Theater – America Idol's
troubled, near-completed season – except to compare the show's long-running success to Gunsmoke's.
This caused a moment's pause, not only with the thought that the incredibly influential, always buzzed-about Idol could ever be gone, but also with the reflection that at some time in the future it would be completely irrelevant. Ah well.
The bulk of FOX's smoothly clockwork presentation, of course, kept an eye on that future, at least a few months from now, with clips of upcoming shows. Nothing looked as remotely silly as last year's short-lived Mob Doctor, which was a relief, and there were several premieres that will have people talking:
Originally posted 09/08/2008 05:25PM
His daughters may only be ages 4 and 2, but Greg Kinnear has taken early precautions for their dating years.
"I already have a shotgun underneath my bed," he joked to PEOPLE on Friday at a bash celebrating his Toronto International Film Festival movie Ghost Town, sponsored by Hollywood Life magazine. "It's not loaded though, I want to point out."
Kinnear, 45, says that growing up with only brothers, watching his two girls act like sisters has been especially rewarding – and he's had some interesting social experiences as a result.
"I went to a Wiggles concert not too long ago – got down with them," he laughed. "The truth is, they don't watch a lot of TV. What I feel most protective of at this point is keeping them isolated from ... pop culture. I just want to allow that innocence to drag out a little bit further."
Originally posted 06/16/2006 01:55PM
Greg Kinnear and his wife, Helen, welcomed their second daughter, Audrey Mae Kinnear, on Tuesday in Los Angeles, PEOPLE has learned exclusively.
Originally posted 10/03/2002 10:25AM
The dark side of the late "Hogan's Heroes" star Bob Crane goes under the microscope in "Auto Focus" from director Paul Schrader ("American Gigolo"), who previewed the film for the press Wednesday at the New York Film Festival, PEOPLE.com reports.
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