Here's what you should be excited/appalled about:
Warner Bros. is turning "Gilligan's Island" into a feature length film starring Josh Gad. Let's hope it's a gritty reboot where they find out the island is purgatory, like on "Lost."
Pippa Middleton, whom you might remember as Kate Middleton's sister, got engaged to her boyfriend Nico Jackson, UsWeekly reports.
Rihanna might be dating Harlem-based rapper A$AP Rocky. The two hung out for several hours at a club in New York City this Monday night.
In a radio interview with Power 106, Justin Bieber said he was "retiring" after his next album drops. But we're not that lucky, so that's not going to happen.
While filming "Saving Mr. Banks," Tom Hanks learned why the Skyway at Disneyland is no longer in operation. "One of the problems was, there were a lot of people trying to join, let’s call it, the Mile High Club. In the sky buckets," he told Conan O'Brien.
Kim Kardashian may have waxed off her 6-month-old daughter's unibrow. Take a look at the photographic evidence and decide for yourself.
Bruce Willis, 58, and wife Emma Heming, 35, are expecting their second child together.
On the annual "Barbara Walters Presents: The 10 Most Fascinating People of 2013," Jennifer Lawrence told the host that she thinks "it should be illegal to call someone fat on TV."
Shia LaBeouf debuted a short film on the Internet Tuesday, then immediatly took it down when viewers realized it was a complete rip-off of a comic book that LaBeouf had no authority or license to adapt. Then he apologized, and it looks like his apology was plagiarized too.
Brad Pitt turns 50 today, so here's 50 hot photos from JustJared.
And Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards turns 70 today. So here's 70 hot photos of Keith Richards a bunch of his memorable quotes on fame, drugs and women.
Christina Aguilera and Lady Gaga sang together on last night's season finale of "The Voice."
A sequel to the hugely successful miniseries "The Bible" has been greenlit, and it's set to air on NBC in the spring of 2015.
A man tried to trade a live alligator for a six-pack of beer at a corner store in Miami. it didn't turn out well for him.
"The Simpsons" honored voice actress Marica Wallace (Mrs. Krabappel) with a special tribute in the opening credits of Sunday's episode that lasted all of 0.04 seconds. (It's at the 1:15 mark.)
While Kim follows Kanye around on tour, the rapper reportedly pays $250,000 to keep hair and makeup people on retainer for her, 24/7.
Frank Darabont, the creator of AMC's "The Walking Dead" television series, is suing AMC Networks because he says they owe him millions of dollars.
A Santa sculpture made entirely from chocolate and weighing half a ton is on display outside the Hilton hotel in Houston.
Will Ferrell says he has the most fun when he's playing a "sleazy" or "despicable" character on screen.
And finally, "Mary Poppins" has been chosen as one of 25 films added to the National Film Registry at the Library of Congress, along with "Pulp Fiction," "The Right Stuff" and "Forbidden Planet," among others.