Banderas gets Walk of Fame star
LOS ANGELES - Antonio Banderas has been presented with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, 16 years after he arrived as a penniless young actor.
Banderas got down on his knees and rubbed his hands over his new Hollywood star Tuesday. His latest film, "The Legend of Zorro," opens in theaters Oct. 28.
Albright to be on 'Gilmore Girls'
NEW YORK - Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright will make a guest appearance on the Oct. 25 episode of the WB's "Gilmore Girls."
"I am a big fan of 'Gilmore Girls' and I had a great time," Albright said in a statement. "It was an opportunity to do something different for a quick minute, and I learned how hard it is to memorize those lines."
Cox: Some TV OK for children
NEW YORK - While Madonna doesn't let her children watch television, Courteney Cox takes a different approach.
"I like TV," Cox told "Access Hollywood" in a recent interview. "It all depends what it is."
When asked how she keeps her 16-month-old daughter, Coco, grounded, the 41-year-old actress laughed and responded, "The Wiggles," a popular children's program.
Fox to appear on 'Boston Legal'
NEW YORK - Michael J. Fox, who left his "Spin City" sitcom because of his fight against Parkinson's disease, will guest star on three episodes of "Boston Legal."
Fox will play a CEO battling stage-four lung cancer who hires Denny Crane (William Shatner) and his associates to represent him in a lawsuit.
-From wire reports