Michelle Pfeiffer doesn't want her kids to get "beat up" in show business

Michellepfieffer299_cbb_2Echoing the sentiments of many fellow celebrityparents, Michelle Pfeiffer is discouraging her and David E.

Michelle Pfeiffer's kids urged her to return to work

Michellepfeiffer4_cbb_cbb_2Most parents get on their kids’ cases about getting jobs and going towork, but for Michelle Pfeiffer, it was the opposite.

Michelle Pfeiffer on racism and adoption prejudices

Michellepfeiffer4_cbb_cbb_2When Michelle Pfeiffer signed up to play Velma von Tussle in Hairspray, she sat her and husband David E.

Michelle Pfeiffer is never too far from her kids

Michellepfeiffer4_cbb_cbb_2Scheduling is everything for Michelle Pfeiffer.

Michelle Pfeiffer opens up about her family

Michelle500_4Michelle Pfeiffer has notoriously kept her family out of the publiceye, but she now proudly talks to Good Housekeeping in its July issue abouther and husband David E.

Sting, Annie Lennox Ready for Their Duet

SET: Sting says “people know they are going to get quality” when he and Annie Lennox team up for their summer concert tour. The former Police man, 52, who is currently organizing his set list (which will include songs from his latest album, Sacred Love, as well old classics), tells the Associated Press that the pair also will perform a song together. Lennox, 49, will concentrate on material from her most recent album, Bare, though she will also tap into old solo and Eurythmics material. Their tour kicks off June 27 in Philadelphia.

Ally Slimmed Down

Fox Broadcasting is mulling an idea by “Ally McBeal” creator David E. Kelley to remix repeat and never-aired footage of “Ally” into half-hour episodes that will air Tuesday at 8 p.m., one day after the original one-hour version. While Fox has made no decision yet, the unusual experiment would allow its News Corp. parent to test the viability of “Ally McBeal” in the half-hour format. This could significantly boost the show’s potential to draw top syndication rates: half-hour shows tend to sell better in reruns since they fit into the lucrative slots leading into primetime.

Kelley Back to School

David E. Kelley is picking up school books to go with his law journals. The phenomenally successful TV producer of “The Practice” and “Ally McBeal” is preparing to write and executive produce his latest show, “The Faculty,” to debut on Fox this November. The one-hour program, says Variety, will be an ensemble dramedy about the staff of a New England high school. Kelley will initially create a pilot and first episode before he and the network make a final commitment to the series. Both Fox and Kelley could use a hit.