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People.com: New Teen Wolf Much Darker than Originalupdated: Wed Mar 30 2011 16:09:00

MTV's upcoming scripted series moves away from the campy comedy of the 1985 cult classic

Dr. Drew: Sheen suffering from hypomaniaupdated: Wed Mar 09 2011 16:23:00

Joy Behar talks with HLN's Dr. Drew about Charlie Sheen's bizarre behavior after being fired from "Two and a Half Men."

Sheen: I'm ready to go back to workupdated: Wed Feb 16 2011 12:51:00

Actor Charlie Sheen told the "Dan Patrick Show" he tried going back to work, but the place was locked up.

Cover story: The one-man showupdated: Wed Feb 16 2011 12:51:00

With a television show named "House" built around the character of Dr. Gregory House, you would think there would be a contingency plan just in case the actor playing House was not available.

Hollywood casting close calls that would have changed everythingupdated: Mon Feb 07 2011 11:26:00

Surprise! Before she became Rachel Green, Jennifer Aniston was apparently being courted to be a cast member on "Saturday Night Live."

Michael J. Fox speaks out on Parkinson'supdated: Thu Dec 23 2010 12:48:00

Actor Michael J. Fox talks candidly with CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta about living with Parkinson's disease.

Michael J. Fox on Parkinson's and lifeupdated: Thu Dec 23 2010 12:48:00

Editor's note: "Sanjay Gupta MD Reports: A Conversation with Michael J. Fox" airs at 6 p.m. ET Friday on CNN. A version of this story was originally published on September 29.

Michael J. Fox not original Marty McFlyupdated: Mon Dec 06 2010 18:05:00

A never-before-released clip from the "Back to the Future" 25th anniversary DVD shows Eric Stoltz as Marty McFly.

Michael J. Fox: Keep funding stem cell researchupdated: Wed Sep 08 2010 10:14:00

Biomedical research is complicated. For patients, the pace of progress can be frustratingly slow. Two announcements last month -- one about biomarkers, the other about stem cell research -- left many of us feeling that for every promising discovery, there are even greater setbacks.

People.com: The Real Runaways: Still Rockin' 30 Years Laterupdated: Mon Mar 22 2010 10:27:00

From deserted islands to Harvard Law, find out what the groundbreaking girl band's members have been doing since calling it quits

People.com: TV's Finest Party the Night Before the Emmysupdated: Wed Sep 23 2009 19:27:00

Christina Applegate, Michael J. Fox and Jessica Lange make an essential stop on Hollywood's big weekend

People.com: Celebs Reveal Their Fave TV Dadsupdated: Tue Sep 22 2009 08:46:00

Tina Fey, Michael J. Fox and other Emmy stars sound off on the small-screen fathers they loved growing up with

People.com: Vampires Are So 2009 - Welcome, Werewolves!updated: Tue Sep 01 2009 21:07:00

Fangs are fine, but hair and claws look to be the next big thing

Obama lifting ban 'gratifying'updated: Thu Apr 09 2009 11:59:00

Larry King talks with Michael J. Fox about stem cell research. Watch the full interview tonight at 9 p.m. ET.

Actor Michael J. Fox opens up to Larry Kingupdated: Thu Apr 09 2009 11:59:00

Actor, author and Parkinson's disease activist Michael J. Fox spoke with CNN's "Larry King Live" to be aired Thursday.

People.com: Michael J. Fox Refuses to Let Parkinson's Define Himupdated: Mon Mar 30 2009 15:27:00

To prove this to Oprah, he dons skates to show off his ice hockey skills

People.com: Ryan Reynolds Exercises His Need for Speedupdated: Sun Feb 08 2009 18:19:00

"I love that on a motorcycle, riding is the only thing you're doing," he says

Brain implant better than meds for Parkinson's diseaseupdated: Tue Jan 06 2009 20:58:00

People with Parkinson's disease who have a pacemaker-like device implanted in the brain spend an extra four-plus hours a day free of tremors and involuntary movements than they do on medication, according to the largest study of the treatment, which is known as deep brain stimulation.

People.com: COVER SNEAK PEEK: Michael J. Fox Never Giving Up Hopeupdated: Sun Nov 30 2008 03:00:00

A decade after revealing his Parkinson's, he opens up about health, family and fighting for a cure

People.com: Ryan Reynolds Gets Marriage Advice from Michael J. Foxupdated: Wed Nov 12 2008 14:33:00

Scarlett Johansson's husband jokes about their rules for wedded bliss

People.com: Michael J. Fox Rocks Out with The Whoupdated: Thu Nov 06 2008 13:22:00

The actor has a dream-come-true jam session at his Parkinson's fund-raiser

People.com: Ryan Reynolds: I'll 'Sob Uncontrollably' During N.Y. Marathon updated: Fri Oct 10 2008 11:08:00

Admittedly "not a runner," the actor says he'll still tackle the big race to raise money for Parkinson's

People.com: Robert Redford 'Beyond Words' over Newman̢۪s Deathupdated: Mon Sep 29 2008 08:07:00

Costars and politicians recall an actor who was the "ultimate cool guy"

Calzaghe, Hopkins weigh-in for super-fightupdated: Sat Apr 19 2008 10:27:00

Joe Calzaghe and Bernard Hopkins both weighed in at 173 pounds for their eagerly-awaited light-heavyweight super-fight at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas on Saturday night.

CNN Future Summit forumupdated: Mon Apr 02 2007 11:12:00

Bruce Willis did it, with the aid of a large plastic tube and a set of bellows, in "Twelve Monkeys;" Michael J. Fox did it -- three times -- in the "Back to the Future" series; the crew of the Starship Enterprise can't stop doing it (at least 14 times in television episodes alone); while as the "Terminator" Arnold Schwarzenegger also gave it a go, albeit stark naked.

Fast-forward to the past: The great time travel debate updated: Fri Mar 30 2007 10:53:00

Bruce Willis did it, with the aid of a large plastic tube and a set of bellows, in "Twelve Monkeys;" Michael J. Fox did it -- three times -- in the "Back to the Future" series; the crew of the Starship Enterprise can't stop doing it (at least 14 times in television episodes alone); while as the "Terminator" Arnold Schwarzenegger also gave it a go, albeit stark naked.

CNNMoney: Mo. stem cell vote aids biotechsupdated: Tue Nov 07 2006 15:49:00

The results of Missouri's referendum on stem cell research Tuesday could impact several biotechs specializing in that line of work.

Ivins: Keeping our eyes on the ballupdated: Fri Nov 03 2006 18:05:00

I'm still worried sick. The R's have seized the news cycle! Which says more about how dim American politics are than anything I can think of.

What would Alex P. Keaton do?updated: Wed Nov 01 2006 12:42:00

After a nearly 20-year absence, Nixon-loving, Reagan-worshipping Alex P. Keaton is again slinging his political views on television.

Actor Fox campaigns for Ohio Democratupdated: Mon Oct 30 2006 19:47:00

Michael J. Fox campaigned for Democratic Senate candidate Rep. Sherrod Brown on Monday, saying the country needs leaders who support scientific research.

Ivins: The campaign of sleazeupdated: Thu Oct 26 2006 17:11:00

It's a race to the bottom. For misinformation and cruelty, not to mention plain old dreadful manners, it is so hard to beat Rush Limbaugh. We can only measure the Great Blowhard against himself.

Cause celebre: Celebrities and their causesupdated: Tue Jun 20 2006 17:03:00

Refugees. Underprivileged children. Soldiers. Breast cancer. AIDS. Animal cruelty. Multiple sclerosis. Famine. Homelessness.

Stem cells vs. tax cutsupdated: Mon Oct 04 2004 08:58:00

John Kerry takes a new tack today, focusing on stem cell research at a high school in Hampton, New Hampshire, with actor Michael J. Fox, who suffers from Parkinson's disease.

Analysis: The age of Reaganupdated: Wed Jun 16 2004 08:44:00

In the heart of his 1984 re-election campaign, Ronald Reagan made a speech in Hammonton, New Jersey, and took the opportunity to invoke the name of one of the Garden State's favorite sons.

Entertainment tidbitsupdated: Thu Jan 15 2004 10:25:00

Here are some of the latest tidbits in entertainment news.

FSB: Doing Good It's the hottest thing since greed: The "new philanthropy." How do you measure up?updated: Sun Oct 01 2000 00:01:00

Charity. Philanthropy. Noblesse oblige. Giving back. You can feel the difference. The first three phrases are rooted in old European traditions: wealthy folks, from the privacy of their estates, gi...

Fortune: What'S Wrong With This Picture? Plenty. The broadcast networks are having their worst season ever. Their ratings are down. Theirupdated: Mon Jan 12 1998 00:01:00

Michael Jordan, the CEO of CBS, had lots to celebrate the week after Thanksgiving. His network had just won the November sweep, toppling NBC to become America's most-watched broadcaster. Flanked by...

Fortune: SHOW THEM THE OPTIONS THE SEINFELD AND HOME IMPROVEMENT GANGS MAY RATE A BIG RAISE. EVEN SO, YIELDING TO THEIR DEMANDS MAY HURT updated: Mon Mar 31 1997 00:01:00

If TV imitates life, look for these plot lines in prime time next season. On NBC's Seinfeld, Jerry puzzles over the value of the stock options he gets from a network TV mogul. On ABC's Home Improve...

Fortune: JOB CHURNING ON MADISON AVENUEupdated: Mon Jan 29 1990 00:01:00

Advertisers have turned the heat up higher than ever before on Madison Avenue. With television ads becoming ever shorter and more crammed, they're demanding that their ads stand out from everybody ...

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