Liane Bonin

Liane Bonin is a senior writer for EW.com

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''Love Actually'' star Emma Thompson talks about her touching new role -- and teases her one-time ''Junior'' costar who's now running California
The stars reveal the pros and cons of following in the dinoprints of a big hit
With his favorite cousin run amok, the mob kingpin doesn't need his subconscious to tell him dark days await, says Liane Bonin
But barely suppressed rage is just waiting to boil over, says Liane Bonin, and it seems that everyone on ''The Sopranos'' has got that to spare
The mobster moll meets a dead end, but at least she'll miss out on the upcoming fireworks, says Liane Bonin
Putting pride aside, the Mafia don takes care of his biggest problem, says Liane Bonin
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Nope, that's not the night's biggest surprise by a long shot, says Liane Bonin
Amanda suspects Eva of stealing, and Norelle flops on the runway, but it's all-American Kristi who takes it on the chin
George Clooney, Felicity Huffman, Sandra Oh, and Mary-Louise Parker talk about being on top of the world
Brief updates on births, divorces, court dates, and more
The biggest upcoming projects in entertainment
Celebs are both casual and couture at the MTV Movie Awards
Brief updates on births, divorces, court dates, and more
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In an L.A. show with Ben Folds, the ''Boston Legal'' star and ''Star Trek'' legend flipped the bird and sang a camp classic to a cheering crowd
Sweet Jayne has a major meltdown, so Byron naturally says goodbye to Krysta
Trey Parker and Matt Stone talk about the extended sex scene and their beef with Sean Penn
The sharp-tongued stand-up will bring the pain to the Academy Awards Feb. 27
Check out our picks from the original New Romantics, then post your own
Krysta skinny-dips, but the arrival of two former bachelorettes is the real shocker
Get our guide to 14 key castaways in the hit drama
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Plus, the ''Shark Tale'' star says there isn't likely to be a ''School of Rock'' sequel
After Byron moves into the bachelorette pad, Leina says aloha, and Krysta and Andrea tiptoe toward the edge
An older (slightly) yet wiser (?) group vies for the affections of bass fisherman Byron