Where can a full and frank porn talk go aside from one person decreeing that the other cannot have the sexual outlet they rely on?
Crime novels spawned several film adaptations, including Get Shorty starring John Travolta and Danny DeVito
A man has been found shot dead at the home of Grease star Olivia Newton-John.
US crime writer Elmore Leonard is recovering from a stroke in a Detroit hospital.
If British TV has been dominated by flag-waving this week, across the pond, America's been busy crowning its own royalty at the MTV Movie Awards 2012. Fewer corgis, more Kardashians. But Sunday night's awards (screened last night on MTV UK) managed to have a few moments where the action was suitably red, white and blue hued.
Juliannne Moore is cast as Alaska's presidential hopeful in a recreation of 2008 election race
John Travolta has been added to the cast of 'Expendables 2'.
Starring as the swaggering, leather jacket-wearing heartthrob Kenickie, alongside John Travolta, in the film version of the hit musical Grease brought Jeff Conaway global fame. Cinema audiences were quick to learn of Kenickie's two biggest loves – fast motors and fast women – in an early scene where he has sex in the back of his car with his girlfriend, Rizzo (Stockard Channing). Kenickie is a leading light in the high-school T-Birds gang of greasers and sidekick to Danny Zuko (Travolta), whose rekindling of a summer romance with Sandy Olsen (Olivia Newton-John) is the central story in the 1978 film. Conaway had already played Danny in the stage musical on Broadway but had to make way on screen for Travolta, who was hot property following his starring role in the film Saturday Night Fever.
It is 1978 in Chile, and Raul Peralta is obsessed with John Travolta's Saturday Night Fever disco king, regularly leading an amateur realisation of the dance sequences in a local bar.
Actor to take stand in Bahamas against paramedics accused of blackmail
In this bleakly comic drama, Chile under Pinochet's dictatorship is seen through the eyes of an oddball whose obsession with John Travolta in 'Saturday Night Fever' takes a devastating turn
When Ian Halperin went undercover to investigate the lives of struggling actors in Hollywood, he soon found himself in a world of 'E-meter'-wielding Scientologists...