LIL WAYNE: Rapper Lil Wayne has been released from Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles where he was treated after suffering multiple seizures, TMZ said.
The hip-hop artist fell ill Tuesday night after shooting a music video. He was released Wednesday morning and is feeling much better, TMZ said Thursday.
Lil Wayne has a history of seizures, suffering two onboard separate airplanes last October, the celebrity news website said. He later said he had been prescribed anti-seizure medication by doctors.
TINA FEY: "Inside the Actors Studio" will kick off its 19th season with an in-depth interview with U.S. television and film actress Tina Fey, Bravo Media said.
The former star of "Saturday Night Live" and "30 Rock," who will soon be seen in the big-screen comedy "Admission," will appear on Tuesday's season premiere of "Actors Studio."
The multiple award-winner talked to host James Lipton about her comedy roots in Chicago, being the first female head writer for "Saturday Night Live," serving as co-host of the Golden Globes with Amy Poehler and her role in national politics as a Sarah Palin impersonator.
Asked during the chat who first noticed her resemblance to Palin, Fey joked it was "SNL" producer Lorne Michaels' doorman.
Fey also said in her Palin persona she is against same-sex marriage because "marriage is meant for people who wear different kinds of swim suits."
'VICAR OF DIBLEY:' The cast of the British sitcom "The Vicar of Dibley" has reunited for the first time in seven years for a 10-minute Comic Relief special, star Dawn French said.
The short will air during the "Funny for Money" fundraising program on BBC One Friday.
"Viewers should watch this sketch because it's the first time we've been together for ages, so everyone can witness the rapid deterioration of us all," the BBC quoted French, who plays the titular minister, as saying. "I don't want to give too much away about the sketch, but the Vicar heads up the fight for equality in church law."
"Homeland" lead actor Damien Lewis said he was happy to guest star in the "Dibley" short.
"Some of my favorite actors are in 'The Vicar of Dibley' and I grew up watching them on the TV," Lewis said. "Filming this has been a bit like filming on stage. We've rehearsed it a bit like you would if you were doing theater because we shot it so quickly. It's got a lovely atmosphere to it."
"The Vicar of Dibley" follows the adventures of the quirky members of a parish council in rural Dibley. The show ran from 1994 to 2007 and wrapped with the Vicar's storybook wedding to handsome accountant Harry, played by Richard Armitage.
The sitcom's cast also includes Emma Chambers, Roger Lloyd-Pack and James Fleet.
'JURASSIC 4:' Colin Trevorrow is to direct and Steven Spielberg to executive produce the next installment in the "Jurassic Park" film franchise, The Hollywood Reporter said.
Trevorrow previously made his directorial debut with 2012's "Safety Not Guaranteed," while Spielberg helmed a slew of hits, including the first "Jurassic Park," which opened in 1993, and its 1997 sequel, "The Lost World: Jurassic Park."
"Jurassic Park III," directed by Joe Johnston, was released in 2001.
The fourth film in the series is expected to be released in theaters in June 2014.