Catch up with Hulk on A&E
If you've been wondering what Hulk Hogan has been doing since his divorce (besides getting engaged to a much-younger Linda look-alike), you're about to find out. A&E confirms that a one-hour special about Tampa Bay's most famous son is in the can. Finding Hulk Hogan, which "gives an unflinching look at Hulk Hogan's life in the aftermath of his divorce and his lawsuit from his son's tragic car accident as he rebuilds his life and returns to the ring" will air on the network at 10 p.m. on Nov. 17, HeadlinePlanet.com says.
Two convicted in Anna Nicole's death
A jury has convicted Anna Nicole Smith's psychiatrist, Khristine Eroshevich, and boyfriend Howard K. Stern of conspiracy counts but acquitted the doctor who prescribed drugs for her of all charges. The only conviction against Stern was for giving false names and acting by fraud to obtain prescriptions. Eroshevich was also convicted of unlawfully prescribing Vicodin by fraud. The jury acquitted defendant Sandeep Kapoor of all charges. The defendants were charged with conspiracy, excessive prescribing of opiates and sedatives to an addict, and fraudulently obtaining drugs by using false names. They were not charged in Smith's 2007 accidental overdose death in Florida.
Mariah Carey is now with child
Mariah Carey has revealed to Access Hollywood that, yes, she and Nick Cannon are having a baby. "Yes, we are pregnant, this is true!" she told Billy Bush about the baby, which is due in the spring. Mariah, 41, and Nick, 29, tried to have a child two years ago, but that pregnancy ended in a miscarriage. "It kind of shook us both and took us into a place that was really dark and difficult," Carey said.
Danno books his last
Stage and screen actor James MacArthur, who played "Danno" in the original version of television's Hawaii Five-0, died Thursday at age 72. MacArthur's agent said the actor died of natural causes. In a career that spanned more than four decades, MacArthur was most recognized for his role as Detective Danny "Danno" Williams on Hawaii Five-0, which aired from 1968 to 1980. Episodes often ended with detective Steve McGarrett, the lead character, uttering what became a pop culture catch phrase: "Book 'em, Danno." Jack Lord, who starred as McGarrett, died in 1998.
Actress Blount dies
Actress Lisa Blount, known best for her role in 1982's An Officer and a Gentleman, died this week in her Arkansas home after battling chronic illness and complaining of back and neck pain, Little Rock police said Thursday. Blount, who won an Academy Award in 2001 for producing the live-action short film The Accountant, was 53. Police were called to the home she shared with her husband, actor and director Ray McKinnon, on Wednesday after her mother found Blount dead in her bedroom. No foul play is suspected.