What's in a name? A lot, actually. Naming your kid is one of the hardest parts of starting a family, fraught with arguments, opinions and bad choices. You need to make sure your child's name is something unique but not too weird, easily rolls off the tongue, and most importantly, totally reflects the kind of parents you are.
When Max Records auditioned for the "Where the Wild Things Are" (out Friday) role of Max, the precocious boy in a dirty white wolf suit who sails to an island full of fearsome horned monsters and becomes their even more fearsome king, he arrived with one advantage -- and it wasn't his first name.
The Emmy Awards smiled on some unlikely comedy series nominees Thursday morning, giving nominations to "Family Guy" and "Flight of the Conchords" and leaving out such mainstays as "Two and a Half Men."
What do "30 Rock" and "Entourage" have in common, outside of their showbiz theme? Their settings -- some of the hottest venues in New York and L.A., respectively -- make for great places to visit. And what better time to venture into TV land than with the start of the fall television season? Pack your bags for a weekend of sightseeing and clubbing ... camera crew optional.
The Sopranos and 30 Rock took top honors, as best dramatic and comedy series, respectively, but it was often "Silent Night" at the 59th annual Primetime Emmy Awards - where such stalwarts as Sally Field and Ray Romano had their onstage comments bleeped.
Long hailed as one of the finest series in television history, "The Sopranos" finished its seven-season, 10-year run in a fitting manner: as the outstanding dramatic series of the year at Sunday's 59th annual Primetime Emmy Awards.
Grey's Anatomy is in the race for top TV drama at the 59th annual Emmy Awards, with four of its stars (T.R. Knight, Sandra Oh, Chandra Wilson and Katherine Heigl) scoring supporting acting nods, it was announced Thursday morning.
In early April, shortly before Alec Baldwin committed his voicemail eruption (calling his 11-year-old daughter a "rude, thoughtless little pig"), the star of NBC's 30 Rock yukked it up with NBC Universal CEO Jeff Zucker on the 52nd floor of the real 30 Rock - Manhattan's GE Building.