The interview touched upon Eastwood's upcoming film, "Trouble with the Curve" and his family's reality TV series, "Eastwood and Company." And not surprisingly, the conversation also turned to politics and President Barack Obama.Pictures: Clint Eastwood Continue »
When the Emmy nominations were announced in July, "Mad Men" led the pack with 17 Emmy nominations, while the miniseries "American Horror Story" received a matching 17 award nods, including an acting nomination for star Connie Britton.Pictures: Emmy nominations 2012
Pictures: Snubbed by Emmy 2012
Pictures: 2012 Creative Arts Emmys red carpet
Emmy Awards 2012: List of nominees
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(CBS News) "It's the same three guys, and as the story goes, the same three chords," Billy Gibbons said while on stage at the intimate iHeartRadio Theater this week in New York.
Gibbons, of course, is referring to ZZ Top and its founding members Dusty Hill and Frank Beard, who have been together for more than 42 years. The same three guys from the start is kind of an anomaly in the music business.Continue »
(CBS News) One of the most highly-anticipated movies of the year, "The Master," opens today, starring Philip Seymour Hoffman, Joaquin Phoenix and Amy Adams.
Filmmaker Paul Thomas Anderson is behind the 1950s drama about a naval veteran who returns to a home that World War II unsettled and becomes influenced by a new faith-based organization.Photos: Fall Film Preview 2012
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The 63-year-old "Pretty Woman" actor stars alongside Susan Sarandon and Tim Roth in the drama about a man desperate to complete the sale of his trading empire. He ends up making a mistake that forces him to turn to an unlikely person for help. Gere and Sarandon previously appeared together on the big screen in the 2004 romantic comedy "Shall We Dance."Pictures: Richard Gere
Watch: Gere and Sarandon discuss their new film, "Arbitrage"
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After weeks of competition, NBC's talent show finally narrowed down the pack to one lucky act on Thursday night. The two-hour season seven finale found six contenders competing for a $1 million prize and a show on the Las Vegas strip.Continue »
A Los Angeles judge ruled in August that the former couple's children, Hermes, 5, and Helena, 3, will now live with Giersch in France. The German businessman is barred from traveling to the U.S. because of a revoked visa. He now calls France home, so Rutherford has to travel frequently to see her children because Giersch can't enter the U.S.Read more: Kelly Rutherford's kids to live in France with ex Continue »
She's teaming with Canon for "Project Imaginat10n," a creative exercise where she'll choose 10 consumer photos to inspire a short film that she gets to direct. Howard will mentor her throughout the filming process.Continue »
In a new Rolling Stone interview, the 71-year-old Dylan fires back, calling his critics "wussies and pussies."Read more: Bob Dylan: Stigma of slavery ruined America
The contenders each attempted five dances, and next week one woman and one man will be named "America's Favorite Dancers" on the basis of those performances.