Entertainment buzz: Facebook's top 10 moments of the week

It was a big week in Hollywood, thanks to the back-to-back MTV Video Music Awards and the Emmys -- which featured a record win "Modern Family" and a touching tribute to Robin Williams.

Fans also mourned the death of actor and director Richard Attenborough, bid farewell to "True Blood" and watched even more stars take on the Ice Bucket Challenge.

Facebook has tallied the top 10 buzziest stories in entertainment this week, and all of those topics made the most-talked-about list. What had you talking? See what you missed in this exclusive list on CBSNews.com.

1. Death of actor and director Richard Attenborough

Richard Attenborough was a lord, an Oscar-winning director for the much-lauded "Gandhi" and an unflagging pillar to British cinema. But Attenborough, who died Aug. 24 at 90, was best known as Dickie.

In his 60-plus years of acting, he amassed some 70 credits, including "Brighton Rock," "The Great Escape," "Doctor Dolittle," "10 Rillington Place," "Jurassic Park" (as the failed theme park developer) and the 1994 remake of "Miracle on 34th Street" (naturally, he played Kris Kringle).

2. The MTV Video Music Awards

Miley Cyrus won the top honor at the MTV Video Music Awards, but it was Beyonce's finale performance -- and on-stage cameos from her husband and daughter -- that became the night's biggest moment.

One of the night's other most-talked-about events was Cyrus getting the video of the year award for "Wrecking Ball." Instead of giving an acceptance speech, she let a young man named Jesse Helt accept her award to raise awareness for homeless and runaway youth.

Post by MTV.

3. Rap producer Suge Knight is wounded by gunfire at a West Hollywood nightclub

Death Row Records founder and rap mogul Marion "Suge" Knight was injured in an early morning shooting Sunday in a packed nightclub, a Los Angeles County sheriff's sergeant said. He was one of three club patrons struck by gunfire around 1:30 a.m. at the 1OAK on West Hollywood's Sunset Boulevard.

The shooting came just hours before the MTV Video Music Awards, which took place Sunday evening. Chris Brown, who was co-hosting a party at the nightclub with Pia Mia, was also inside the club but not hit by the gunfire.

4. The "Old Spice Guy" is unable to participate in the Ice Bucket Challenge

The "Old Spice Guy" wanted to take on the Ice Bucket Challenge, you see, but couldn't because his "perfectly toned man muscles violently reject cold water." It's a problem he's had since childhood, he says. You're up next, every man named John Johnson.

You can watch the video here.

5. Billy Crystal gives a moving tribute to Robin Williams during the Emmys Awards broadcast

Billy Crystal remembered his good friend Robin Williams with a moving tribute Monday night at the Emmy Awards in Los Angeles, calling the late actor "the brightest star in a comedy galaxy."

"He made us laugh. Hard...He made us laugh big time...The brilliance was astounding...He could be funny anywhere," Crystal said. The tribute came during the "in memoriam" portion of the ceremony, which featured a live performance by Sara Bareilles.

6. The series finale of HBO's "True Blood"

After seven seasons, "True Blood" came to an end ("met the True Death," as the vamps would say) on Sunday night. Fans of Sookie, Bill, Eric, Pam and the rest of Bon Temps' residents: Did you like the series finale?

7. Actor Donald Glover's wish comes true -- actor will voice Spider-Man in animated series

Back in 2010, actor/rapper Donald Glover ("Community") said he'd like to play Spider-Man when Sony relaunched the movie franchise. The hashtag #Donald4Spiderman was born, and now it's (sort of) actually happening -- Glover will appear on an episode of Disney XD's "Ultimate Spider-Man: Web Warriors" in which he'll lend his voice to half-black, half-Hispanic Spider-Man Miles Morales.

8. A revival of the '90s television show "Full House" may be in the works

Have mercy! Are the cast members of "Full House" planning to reunite?

It was reported this week that Warner Bros. is considering launching a new version of the sitcom featuring some of the original cast members. John Stamos is said to be helping spearhead the effort as he has a stake in the series.

9. The 66th Primetime Emmy Awards

It's all in the chemistry -- nearly a year after the show's big finale, "Breaking Bad" and its stars were among the big winners at the Emmy Awards. The AMC series picked up the award for outstanding drama series for the second year in a row at Monday's ceremony, while "Modern Family" won a record-tying fifth Emmy for outstanding comedy series. (Click here to see all the winners.)

10. Rick Rubin produces an artful take on the Ice Bucket Challenge

You might think you've seen every possible take on the Ice Bucket Challenge, but Rick Rubin's is like none of the others. It's posted on Eminem's Facebook page, and you can watch it there.

*Buzz rankings reflect the top entertainment topics being discussed on Facebook, Aug 24-27, in the United States. Rankings are based on both frequency and momentum: the Facebook conversations that not only got a lot of buzz during the week, but also saw a notable increase compared with the previous week.