The Los Angeles cop tale starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Pena debuted with $13.2 million to finish as the weekend's No. 1 movie, according to final studio figures reported late Monday.Pictures: Fall movies Continue »
(CBS News) At this point in their almost 40-year music career, it would be understandable for Ann and Nancy Wilson of the Seattle band Heart to want to take a break from recording/touring and appreciate what they've accomplished. But judging by the their most recent activities, it doesn't appear that the Wilson sisters plan to stop anytime soon. Earlier this year, Heart released a 3 CD/1 DVD boxed set retrospective, "Strange Euphoria," which spans their entire musical output. And having already been nominated for induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Heart will be receiving a star Tuesday on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Last week, the Wilson sisters' new memoir, "Kicking and Dreaming: A Story of Heart, Soul and Rock and Roll," was recently published. "It's our first memoir ever," Ann Wilson tells CBSNews.com, "so that represents a little change in atmosphere for us. I'm really happy that we have a new album coming out to balance all the retrospect."Continue »
Taking the stage for the opening show will be Pitbull and Justin Bieber, both promoting songs from their new albums.Continue »
(CBS News) It was a party time in Los Angeles Sunday night after the curtain went down on the 64th annual Primetime Emmy Awards ceremony.
The Governor's Ball, the official afterparty of the Emmys drew almost 4,000 guests to the West Hall of the Los Angeles Convention Center, which was transformed into a rose-themed haven for the ceremony's "rhapsody in red" dinner party.Continue »
(CBS News) Modern glamour: That's how stylist Emmy Award-winning stylist David Zyla would sum up 2012 Emmy Awards fashion.
"I think everyone kind of got the memo," Zyla told CBSNews.com. "Overall, I saw a very modern approach. It felt very chic...Everything was very beautiful and very elegant."Continue »
(CBS News) During the ceremony and backstage, politics was among the topics of conversation at Sunday's Emmy Awards.
Two of the night's big winners focused on politics - Showtime's espionage thriller "Homeland" and the HBO movie "Game Change," based on a book about the 2008 John McCain-Sarah Palin campaign.Continue »
(CBS/AP) Here is the full list of winners at the 64th Primetime Emmy Awards, presented Sunday by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.Continue »
The show started with bathroom humor: A filmed bit with Kathy Bates, Zooey Deschanel and other nominated actresses prepping in the restroom, then discovering a weeping Jimmy Kimmel lamenting a Botox reaction he said would keep him off stage as host.Pictures: Emmy red carpet 2012
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The salute came midway through Danes' speech as she accepted the award for outstanding lead actress in a drama series for her role in the Showtime thriller. Danes, 33, plays driven CIA agent Carrie Mathison and Patinkin, 59, plays her handler, Saul Berenson.