09:44 PM EDT 10/21/2013
Originally posted 09/23/2013 12:45AM
The E! host found himself facing down his mirror image not once but twice
Originally posted 09/20/2013 11:00AM
Missing your Modern Family?
Well, this funny animated GIF of the Emmy-nominated cast should keep you laughing until the fifth season premiere of the hit ABC comedy.
The stars appears elegantly dressed and perfectly poised at first glance, but – upon closer inspection, and just like on the show – their quirks quickly surface for all to see.
Can you look fast enough to spot the changes, which pay homage to previous episodes of the Emmy-winning comedy?
Originally posted 05/05/2013 09:05PM
It won't be an easy sweater to fill.
"There's only one person in this whole world like you," Fred Rogers liked to say on his long-running children's TV show. But now the difficult task begins of finding someone just like Mr. Rogers – or who can at least capture his essence – for an upcoming biopic.
A film about Rogers, who died in 2003 at age 74, is in the works at Treehouse Pictures based on a script by Alexis Jolly, a staff writer on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Deadline.com reports.
Originally posted 04/23/2013 11:45AM
Allan Arbus, best known for his dozen appearances as the sarcastic psychiatrist Maj. Sidney Freedman on the '70s series M*A*S*H, died Friday at his Los Angeles home, his daughter, photographer Amy Arbus, told The New York Times. He was 95.
In addition to numerous roles on TV and in movies, from Matlock and Curb Your Enthusiasm (in 2000) to Cinderella Liberty and Damien: Omen II, the New York City native, during his military service in the army, had been a photographer – as was, notably, his wife, Diane Arbus.
The two met when Allan was an employee in the advertising department of her parents' Fifth Avenue department store, then married in 1941 and formed a professional partnership.
Originally posted 01/04/2013 03:00PM
Hold the laugh track!
Modern Family is already a TV classic – but members of its cast are looking to the past and paying homage to iconic shows in a new photo. In this exclusive shot, the ensemble from ABC's Emmy-winning hit comedy takes on the personas (in full hair and makeup) of beloved characters from 60-plus years of classic sitcoms. For fuller-sized images, click through the carousel of photos above.
Who among these was your favorite?
Originally posted 12/16/2012 01:25PM
Sofia Vergara may be the break-out star of Modern Family, but now her younger sister is stepping into the spotlight.
Sandra Vergara – who is Sofia's biological cousin and adopted sister – just landed a role on an upcoming episode of CSI, TV Line reports. Sandra, 24, will play Latin pop star Silvana, who is about to make her debut in the U.S. when her sister Marta is killed. Silvana has to keep her cool and figure out who she can trust once the murderer comes after her.
Meanwhile, Kristen Stewart and Will Ferrell have found themselves on the wrong side of the law.
Originally posted 10/16/2012 03:35PM
Originally posted 07/31/2012 07:00PM
Originally posted 07/30/2012 08:55AM
After a serious standoff with the show's production company, the Modern Family cast can get back to doing what it does best – being funny.
Julie Bowen, Ty Burrell, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Eric Stonestreet and Sofia Vergara will all receive big raises for the upcoming fourth season, according to the Hollywood Reporter – as much as $175,000 per person per episode, with bonuses, along with a cut of back-end profits – after agreeing new contract terms with producer 20th Century Fox Television.
That's well above their current salaries of about $65,000 per episode.
Originally posted 07/25/2012 09:15AM
On TV, they play one big (mostly) happy family.
But the cast of Modern Family is facing some serious off-screen drama after six of the show's lead actors filed a lawsuit Tuesday in Los Angeles Superior Court to void their contracts, according to legal documents obtained by PEOPLE.
Sofia Vergara, Ty Burrell, Julie Bowen, Eric Stonestreet, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Ed O'Neill, who was originally negotiating separately, say their 20th Century Fox Television contracts break California's "7-Year Rule," which prohibits personal services contracts that span longer than seven years. (Their current contracts oblige them to the Emmy-winning ABC series from 2009 to 2016.)
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