07:03 PM EDT 06/04/2015
Originally posted 06/03/2015 08:10PM
The singer and American Idol judge is returning to acting in the police drama Shades of Blue for NBC. And she clearly relishes the chance to play a crooked cop who becomes a federal informant and is very much caught between right and wrong.
"We know that certain things are wrong. But in certain situations, doing the wrong thing is the right thing. It's about that internal struggle that every single person has," Lopez, 45, says in a new trailer for the show.
Originally posted 04/27/2015 07:25AM
Seems just like old times.
Originally posted 01/09/2015 03:45PM
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On Memorial Day, the West is getting wilder than ever!
In an exclusive new First Look trailer for History's Texas Rising, cast members Bill Paxton, Ray Liotta and Brendan Fraser get roped into plenty of action, including a steamy bathtub encounter!
From the same producers of the network's 2012 hit Hatfields and McCoys, the eight-hour miniseries (premiering May 25) details the Texas revolution against Mexico and the rise of the legendary Texas Rangers.
Originally posted 06/15/2014 12:45PM
Actor Colin Egglesfield wasn't in the classic baseball film Field of Dreams.
But if they built a screen in center field, he would come.
When Egglesfield heard about plans to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the movie's release during Father's Day weekend in Iowa, he flew to Sioux Falls, South Dakota, picked up his dad and drove six hours to the farm where it was filmed.
The Los Angeles-based Egglesfield, most recently seen on TV shows such as Rizzoli and Isles and The Client List, and his father reached rural Dyersville in time for a viewing of the movie on the outfield grass with scores of others, including star Kevin Costner.
That's when "Hey dad, you want to have a catch?" got them all, all over again.
Originally posted 09/30/2008 11:00AM
He's played crooked cops and criminals. But on Oct. 13, Ray Liotta will lend his voice to a new villain and face a new foe: SpongeBob SquarePants.
On the half-hour Nickelodeon special, Spongebob SquarePants’ Who Bob, What Pants, the Goodfellas star, 53, will voice the leader of the "dangerous Bubble Poppin’ Boys” gang. According to the network, SpongeBob "wanders the ocean, a stranger in his own pants,” and finds himself in a rough part of New Kelp City, where he faces off against the Boys' gangleader, Liotta's character.
But SpongeBob fans, fear not: SpongeBob accidentally becomes a hero, Nickelodeon reveals.
How? Tune in to find out – but first, take a peek at Liotta's animated alter-ego (the purple character on the left of the photo.)
After his stint on Sponge, Liotta returns to the big screen in Crossing Over, costarring Sean Penn and Harrison Ford, this winter.
– Kristen Mascia
Originally posted 12/06/2007 03:45PM
Ray Liotta pleaded no contest to alcohol or drug-related reckless driving and was sentenced to probation.
The Goodfellas star, 52, was sentenced Wednesday in a Los Angeles court to three years' probation, is required to complete a short anti-alcohol program, pay more than $300 in fines, and must pay restitution to the owners of the two cars he hit.
On Feb. 18, Liotta, driving alone in a silver Cadillac Escalade, hit two parked cars on an L.A. street, and was arrested for DUI. He was found under the influence of prescription medication.
Originally posted 02/19/2007 11:30AM
Ray Liotta hit two parked cars while driving an SUV in Los Angeles Sunday night and was subsequently arrested on suspicion of drunk driving, police tell PEOPLE.
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