Ben Affleck may have gotten a lot of attention when he took home the best picture Oscar for Argo this year, but he is hardly the first actor who has had behind-the-camera aspirations. Actors and actresses have been finding success in the director's chair for decades, and celebrities like Scarlett Johansson and Ryan Gosling are carrying on the tradition with their own interests in making films. Click through to see how stars have made — and will make — their directorial debuts.
Grey's Anatomy is known for epically dramatic season finales that bring death and destruction, and this year's episode is no different. It's not quite as gut-wrenching as the season-eight plane crash or the season-six shooter, but there are still a lot of near-deaths and the potential loss of yet another beloved character on the show.
A couple of relationships are killed off the show too (or at least they're on the rocks), while other pairs come together in the wake of the traumatic storm. There is one big bright spot in the episode: the arrival of Meredith and Derek's new son! Let's break down all the major events when you read more
What do Bea Arthur's nude portrait, Richard Branson in drag, and the best Vines of Ryan Gosling refusing to eat cereal have in common? They're all in this week's episode of Top That. This time around we had so much to share that we've broken the show into two parts, so here's the first installment of Tyler Oakley and Becca Frucht showing off the best of what the Internet has to offer. Enjoy and check out our POPSUGAR Girls' Guide YouTube channel to watch more and subscribe!
Mindy Kaling showed up on The Office series finale last night and stopped by Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, but there was a different TV show altogether that was on her mind: Game of Thrones. Apparently Mindy is a pret-ty big fan of Jaime Lannister and gushed to Jimmy about her huge crush on the character. The best part is that Jimmy was able to pass on the result to Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, who plays Jaime on the show, and the result is pretty priceless.
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Whether it be the story of an awkward teen writing his first article for Rolling Stone or a cautionary tale about a girl who gets too wrapped up in an adult romance, coming-of-age films are one of my favorite genres. This week I'm celebrating them by putting your cinematic skills to the test. How many pictures can you match to the correct movie title?
We may be in the midst of Spring season finales, but we're already looking ahead to some of the exciting shows coming up this Fall. With familiar faces like Rebel Wilson, Andy Samberg, and Jonathan Rhys Meyers heading to the small screen, we can't wait to set our DVRs. Check out all the comedies and dramas to look forward to this Fall!
Star Trek Into Darkness is J.J. Abrams's second installment of the famous franchise he rebooted in 2009, and the success of the first film is both a blessing and a curse for the sequel. It has a lot to live up to, but this isn't Abrams's first time at the sci-fi rodeo; he delivers a fantastic film that's both a satisfying sequel and a standalone movie (no need to rewatch the first one or even really be familiar with the Star Trek universe). The awe-inspiring visuals are enough to make a fun Summer movie, but when you factor in the engaging story and strong performances of the cast, Star Trek Into Darkness adds up to a can't-miss movie.
Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto are back as Captain Kirk and Spock, along with the rest of the Starship Enterprise, like Uhura (Zoe Saldana), Scotty (Simon Pegg), and Sulu (John Cho), all showing off more of their fun chemistry, but with interesting developments. Scotty has a moral dilemma with Kirk, Spock and Uhura are having relationship issues, and Kirk and Spock are working on their friendship. It would be entertaining to watch another chapter of these characters together, but it's the arrival of Benedict Cumberbatch as the mysterious villain who targets Starfleet that escalates the excitement. Ready to find out why Star Trek Into Darkness is so great? Just keep reading.
8:00 Shark Tank (new)
9:00 Shark Tank (new, season finale)
10:00 20/20 (new)
11:35 Jimmy Kimmel Live (new, with guests Adam Levine and Alice Eve)
12:37 Nightline (new)
8:00 Undercover Boss (new, season finale)
9:00 Undercover Boss (repeat)
10:00 48 Hours (new)
11:35 Late Show With David Letterman (new, with guest Will Arnett)
12:37 The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson (new, with guests William Shatner and Natalie Dormer)
8:00 Kitchen Nightmares (repeat)
9:00 Bones (repeat)
8:00 Dateline NBC (new)
10:00 Rock Center With Brian Williams (new)
11:34 The Tonight Show With Jay Leno (new, with guests Mitt Romney and the winner of American Idol)
12:37 Late Night With Jimmy Fallon (new, with guests Zoe Saldana and Chris O'Dowd)
- The CW
8:00 Nikita (new, season finale)
9:00 Supernatural (repeat)
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- Turn your cleanse into a cocktail — Fitness
- Gmail features you cannot live without — Tech
- The 24-hour backyard makeover — Home
- Welcome your baby boy with a beautiful nursery — Moms
- Take note of the dos and don'ts of nail art — Beauty
- What to do when you don't like him back — Sex & Culture
- Animals you should be following on Instagram — Pets
- Video: Get Nina Dobrev's bikini body — Fitness
It would be an exciting week for casting even if the Cannes Film Festival weren't going on, but the glamorous event in France is bringing a ton of new casting deals as well. The lead for YA tearjerker The Fault in Our Stars cast its Augustus Waters, and Zac Efron just got a new speed-demon role. Click through to see these and the new jobs for everyone from Shia LaBeouf and Christoph Waltz to Cate Blanchett and Scarlett Johansson.