"Lois & Clark" star Dean Cain weighs in on recent announcement over current Superman's sexuality.
Alley says the Academy's new diversity standards are "dictatorial" and "anti-artist."
Twitter has Ashley Judd's back after a video of her campaigning for Elizabeth Warren prompts people to critique her looks.
Producers say they will move the controversial show to another location.
The conservative actors are taking part in a reading which pledges to expose the "hate-filled, sleazy, juvenile, corrupt text messages" of the FBI agents investigating Trump.
Dean Cain isn’t backing down from his tweet about “Egg Boy.” The Lois & Clark star faced backlash Sunday night after exclaiming he “would have knocked that kid cold.”
Tom Arnold and Dean Cain get into a confrontation backstage at Larry King's studio weeks after their online spat.
Many of the actor's co-stars remembered him fondly — from John Cusack ("Say Anything..."), who was hoping the news of Mahoney's death was a hoax, to his "Frasier" pals Jane Leeves and Peri Gilpin.
Hoda Kotb, wearing a sleeveless dress, called the rule arcane. Savannah Guthrie, wearing a dress with sleeves, took a different stance, seeing “both sides.”
Actor Dean Cain, best known for playing Superman on the ’90s TV show Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, recently discussed his support for Donald Trump on Access Hollywood Live. One of Trump’s campaign promises involved the deportation of illegal immigrants, something that Cain was not hesitant about supporting. Cain explained that he thinks it’s a one-sided relationship: “I’m sure that the neo-Nazi group or the white supremacist group that we’re talking about, which I’m not really aware of, but if that’s the case, it doesn’t mean [Trump] supports them at all.
Snapchat has turned the selfie into a new art form, so we asked TV’s hottest celebrities to say cheese — then doodle on themselves! We TV stars from Walking Dead’s Danai Gurira to The Office’s Jenna Fischer to Lost’s Dominic Monaghan to take Snapchat selfies, autograph them, and give the pics their own unique spin. Celebrities really are just like us, since emojis are very popular (everyone loves the top hat!). And of course, there’s someone who put devil horns on their head.
Law and Order: SVU has drawn many high-profile guest stars over the years. They play murderers, serial rapists, sadistic criminals âÂ the bigger the guest star, the more sadistic the role. Like in Wednesday's two-part season finale, Brad Garrett plays a prison guard who uses his position to rape female inmates. Here are seven other memorable guest stars from SVU âÂ can you match them to their creepy sexual crime?
Then: Brooke Shields was taking a break from her modeling and acting career to study at Princeton University in the 1987 photo of her with Dean Cain and a friend that she shared Thursday. As she famously wrote about in her 2014 memoir, There Was a Little Girl: The Real Story of My Mother and Me, Shields’s college sweetheart was Cain (middle), who played football and was the future star of the ‘90s TV show Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman. Interestingly enough, Shields acknowledged that she was “the most celebrated virgin of our time” before finally losing it to Cain circa the year this pic was taken.
So after months of mostly lackluster premieres, it turns out that the fall TV season has produced only one super-good network pilot: Supergirl, zooming around your screen on Monday night. It’s got the sunny colors and optimistic energy of The Flash, a bright streak of feminism coursing through its storyline, and charming, star-making performance by Melissa Benoist as Kara Zor-El, aka Kara Danvers, aka Supergirl. Plus, Jeb Bush, based on photos he’d ogled, recently called the new Supergirl “pretty hot,” so the show has already achieved the crucial election-season pop-culture goal of inspiring a Presidential-candidate gaffe — this one a super-icky gaffe. In Supergirl, Kara Jor-El was sent to Earth from an exploding Krypton, got caught in the Phantom Zone for a few years, landed in the warm arms of humans Jeremiah and Eliza Danvers (played by Lois & Clark’s Dean Cain and the 1984 movie Supergirl, Helen Slater), and is now a twentysomething, glasses-wearing mild-mannered employee of media conglomerate CatCo, headed by the imperious Cat Grant (Calista Flockhart, camping it up nicely).