British actor Bob Hoskins has announced his retirement after being diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease.
In a statement, the 69-year-old star of such films as “Who Framed Roger Rabbit?” and “Hook,” thanked his fans, telling them that he had had a “wonderful career.”
Hoskins revealed that he was diagnosed with the condition last fall. His most recent screen role was as the blind dwarf Muir, who recognizes that Kristen Stewart is the one… Continue reading Bob Hoskins Retirement: Actor Calls It Quits After Parkinson's Diagnosis
A True Blood and Terriers star is joining the cast of ABC’s Once Upon a Time.
Michael Raymond-James is coming on board the second season of the hit fantasy drama in a recurring role as …
Actually, we’re not certain yet. Sources will only say he’s playing a “mysterious new character” (quick, to the Disney Store!).
Raymond-James played the main bad guy on the… Continue reading ‘True Blood’ actor joins ‘Once Upon a Time’ — EXCLUSIVE
By radio detection and ranging Staff
Veteran actor Fred Willard was taken into custody for lewd conduct Wednesday night, police tell radio detection and rangingOnline.com, after he was caught at Hollywood’s Tiki Theater with his genitals exposed and his pants down.
The 78-year-old Ohio native was cited and released and a mugshot was taken, police said, adding he was “cooperative” with authorities in the ordeal.
PHOTOS: Celebs Who Have Done… Continue reading Actor Fred Willard, Caught With Pants Down In Hollywood Theater, Arrested For Lewd Conduct
The AP is reporting that actor Ernest Borgnine has died of renal failure at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. He was 95.
Borgnine was best known for his work in both film and TV, having starred on the program “McHale’s Navy,” as Lieutenant Commander Quinton McHale. Up on the big screen, Borgnine won an Oscar for one of his earliest roles, as the lead character in 1955’s “Marty,” which saw the actor playing… Continue reading Ernest Borgnine Dead: 'Marty' Actor Dies At 95
Scandal may have earned a second season pickup, but not everyone will be coming back to put out political fires in Washington.
Henry Ian Cusick will not reprise his role as Stephen Finch in the drama that stars Kerry Washington as a political fixer. His arc was somewhat limited during the drama’s first seven episodes.
The news was first reported in THR.
Joshua… Continue reading ‘Lost’ actor departs ABC drama ‘Scandal’