Sylvester Stallone stars in the sequel alongside Jason Statham, Harrison Ford and Mel Gibson
The twosome will play a pair of Chicago lawyers who are brought together by fate and greed
This will mark "Boss" star Kelsey Grammer's second consecutive year of hosting the DGA Awards
Kelsey Grammer drama ran for two seasons
In "Cheers" oral history, Danson describes a harrowing trip to Catalina
The "Boss" star dropped hints on "The Tonight Show" Tuesday that his Republican affiliation comes at a high price in Hollywood
Robert Duvall is throwing in for Mitt Romney, taking a page from left-leaning celebs' campaigning playbook
TV star and occasional director takes over from Reiner, who has hosted 23 previous DGA shows
Starz's latest drama doesn't match the performance of channel's earlier "Torchwood" and "Camelot" premieres
Yes, Grammer can make the transition from Frasier Crane to ruthless Chicago mayor Tom Kane
Emmy winner tells Piers Morgan he knew the Bravo reality show would end his marriage to third wife Camille
Elsewhere this week: the true star of "DWTS" emerges and NBA Hall of Famer Jerry West opens up about his shocking childhood
Former "Frasier" star plays a Chicago mayor with an iron grip on his town
The comedy giant was on hand to promote the documentary "Method to the Madness of Jerry Lewis"
Former "Frasier" star makes a King Solomon-like proposal in child-custody proceedings
"Sex and the City" star's latest effort finds her juggling family and career
Former "Frasier" star forms G3 Productions; the company's first project will follow around the female founders of Big Apple website ThatsNotOkayNY.com
Sarah Jessica Parker, Pierce Brosnan, Kelsey Grammer and Seth Meyers co-star
The hour-long political drama will find the "Frasier" star playing the mayor of Chicago
From Eastwood to Sinise to Voight, long-time Republicans haven't embraced the California standard-bearers in the midterm elections
The TV star launched his conservative entertainment channel, Rightnetwork, Wednesday
Network has given up on the Kelsey Grammer "comedy." It will halt production after 10 episodes.
"Time has helped," he writes to parole board. "But we will never be free. Why should his fate be any different?"
ABC goes for more laughs, with new shows starring Kelsey Grammer and Patricia Heaton.