Sony Pictures has released the trailer for the highly-anticipated remake of the 1976 cult classic Sparkle. The movie marked the late Whitney Houston's film comeback, and turned out to be the singer's final acting role.
Set in the 50's and 60's, Sparkle tells the tale of three sisters from Harlem who embark on a career in music. Houston plays Emma, the mother of the trio, which includes: One Life to Live alum Tika Sumpter and American Idol winner Jordan Sparks. Sparkle hits theatres Aug. 17. Watch the trailer below!
It looks like Jessica Tuck is finally about to play a living, breathing TV character! After spending the last few years as a vampire politico on True Blood and briefly reprising the ghostly part of Megan on One Life to Live in 2011, Tuck has been cast in a recurring role in the Fox pilot Prodigy Bully! READ MORE
Will Whoopi Goldberg hold Rachel (Lea Michelle) and Kurt (Chris Colfer)'s fates in the palm of her hands? According to TV Line, The View moderator will guest on the FOX series as theatre professor Carmen Tibideaux.
Carmen Tibideaux, a theatrical grande dame and a professor at New York Academy of the Dramatic Arts (NYADA) who travels to Ohio to preside over Kurt and Rachel’s auditions — and apparently she sticks around long enough to deliver a verdict: I’m told she’ll appear in roughly three episodes, the first of which is set to air on May 1.
Former The Young and the Restless, Guiding Light, Port Charles and Loving star Rebecca Staab will be getting her flirt on in upcoming episode of Glee. Staab’s character will be purring like a cougar as she flirts with Puck (Mark Salling), according to Soaps in Depth.
"No singing. Just walkin' and talkin' and flirting with Puck while in a bikini," Staab tells Soaps In Depth. "Cougar stuff."
Staab will appear in the episode titled "Choke" later this season. "My scene is breif, but it's difficult to get on this show, so I'm thrilled.
Former American Idol contestant and The Young and the Restless star Diana DeGarmo is set to premiere her country ballad “Good Goodbye” on Y&R on Friday, March 23. DeGarmo teamed with another former American Idol contestant, Ace Young, to write the song. Watch a preview after the jump!