In a downbeat week for entertainment news, Cory Monteith's death sent shockwaves through the industry. Elsewhere, Emma Roberts got on the wrong side of the law and Comic-Con kicked off in San Diego!
Rest in Peace, Cory: The rest of this week's entertainment news appears irrelevant following the tragic death of Canadian actor Cory Monteith. The Glee star was found dead in a Vancouver hotel room after overdosing on heroin and alcohol. Tributes have been pouring in and we send our condolences to his family and friends. Read more on the Cory Monteith story.
View From the Top: Jenny McCarthy has been controversially hired to front The View following the departure of Joy Behar and Elisabeth Hasselbeck. Though on the face of it, the fun-loving model seems a perfectly acceptable choice of co-host, though she has skeletons in the cupboard. Read more about Jenny McCarthy on The View.
American Horror Story! Wow, we didn't see this one coming. Emma Roberts, the bright-eyed, teen-movie actress Emma Roberts was arrested this week following a domestic incident involving her boyfriend Evan Peters. Read more about the Emma Roberts domestic violence story.
Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang: Robert Downey Jr positively blew away the competition on this year's Forbes list of the highest paid actors in Hollywood. Earning a massive $75 million between June 2012 and June 2013, the Iron Man 3 star was light-years ahead of second place Channing Tatum. More detail on this Downey Jr Tops Forbes List story.
It's Comic-Con Time! It's that time of year again ladies and gentleman, it's Comic-Con time! This year's highlights include The X-Files 20th Anniversary, a Hunger Games Catching Fire event and Breaking Bad. Check out our Comic-Con guide.
She Will Be Loved: It's congratulations to Adam Levine and his Victoria's Secret model (obviously) girlfriend Behati Prinsloo, who got engaged this week! Levine certainly moves fast with his other-halves, though it appears he's ready to settle down with Prinsloo. Read more about Adam and Behati here.
Won't Get Fooled Again! The literary world was left open-jawed this week after Harry Potter actress Jk Rowling was revealed as the author of obscure crime novel The Cuckoo's Calling, under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith. The way Rowling was uncovered would form the narrative for its own crime novel! Read on about this intriguing story.
A True Slave Movie? The first trailer for Steve McQueen's forthcoming movie 12 Years A Slave rolled out online, appearing to show a quite remarkable lead performance from Chiwetel Ejiofor. We don't want to speak too soon, but this one has awards written all over it. Click through for 12 Years a Slave' Trailer + Pictures.
Ivy League Guy! A great story coming out of the American hip-hop world this week, with news that Nas has inspired a new fellowship set up by the Hip Hop Archive and Harvard University's W.E.B DuBois Institute. Read how Nas' influence is finally being recognized, by Harvard.
Video of the Week: This week's hottest footage comes from the New York premiere of new animated movie 'Turbo,' where Ryan Reynolds hit the red carpet with co-star Paul Giamatti. Check it out. Watch Reynolds and Giamatti hit the NYC premiere of 'Turbo'.