FX To Order 90 Episodes of ‘Anger Management’

“Anger Management” is expected to be renewed for another 90 episodes on the FX network. Lionsgate executives are predicting that the first season of the sitcom to be successful enough to warrant the lengthy extension to the series.

Ryan Dunn's Estate Sued For Car Crash That Led To Death Of Zachary Hartwell

Ryan Dunn (34), whose car accident claimed not only his life, but the life of passenger, Zachary Hartwell (30), happened over a year ago. Ryan Dunn's estate is now facing a lawsuit regarding the death of Hartwell, according to Reality TV Magazine. Hartwell's parents are the ones filing the suit, looking to recover costs for their son's funeral, as well as revenue their son would have generated over his lifetime.

Ryan Lochte And Michael Phelps, Dancing With The Stars?

Could 2012 Olympic swimming gold medalist Ryan Lochte and Michael Phelps compete against each other on "Dancing With The Stars?" There's no official word yet, but both Olympians have expressed interest to appear on the show according to recent reports.



Megan Rossee Is Michael Phelps’ Girlfriend, Sources Confirm Model Is Dating Olympic Swimmer [PHOTOS]

After speculation for the past week as to whether or not Megan Rossee is Michael Phelps' girlfriend, sources have confirmed that the blonde model is indeed dating the Olympic gold-winning swimmer and not just recently, but for months. Lately, the pair has been active on social media, tweeting back and forth and posting Instagram photos together and made their first red carpet appearance together on Monday.

Marvin Hamlisch, Composer, Dead At Age 68

Marvin Hamlisch, best known for his scores to “The Sting” and “The Way We Were” (for which he won Academy Awards), has passed away at the age of 68, according to USA Today.
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Elton John Declares Madonna's Career 'Over'

Elton John has declared Madonna’s career “over.”In an interview with Australia’s “Sunday Night” television program, John insulted the pop star, referring to her as a “c---“ and a “fairground stripper.”
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'The Great Gatsby' Won't Hit Theater Until Summer 2013

Ruining the plans of literary geeks and high school English classes everywhere, Baz Luhrmann's adaptation of "The Great Gatsby" will be released in summer of 2013 instead of this December, according to The Hollywood Reporter.