Why is Hank Azaria Saying Sorry to His Wife?

The Smurfs 2 star, 49, takes on a more serious role as a director in the film Lovelace and chatted with PEOPLE this week about “one last thing” …

Last time I danced
Yesterday with my son Hal during his camp singalong. When they counted down, I had to throw him up in the air. If your four-year-old says, “Daddy, you want to dance?” you don’t say no.

Daniel Day-Lewis: Is He the Best Hollywood Abe Lincoln?

Honestly, who’s your favorite Abe?

The Internet is abuzz with a photo of Daniel Day-Lewis in a beard during filming of Lincoln, but he’s certainly not the first to channel the 16th American president for Hollywood.

Going back to the silent era, the list is long and varied, including most famously Henry Fonda (beardless in Young Mr. Lincoln). But there are others, including two unlikely portrayers.

Smurfs's Hank Azaria: Azrael Is a 'Good Kisser'

It's a Boy for Hank Azaria!

It’s a boy – a bit early! – for Hank Azaria and girlfriend Katie Wright.

The couple welcomed a son, Hal, on Saturday, June 6. “He was premature but he’s healthy and strong,” Azaria’s rep Stan Rosenfield tells PEOPLE. “Everyone is very happy.”

Hank Azaria Has 'Regal' Plans for His Baby

It’s going to be a boy for The Simpsons star Hank Azaria and girlfriend Katie Wright – and if mom’s cravings are any indication, junior will love a good burger.

Azaria, who announced in February that they are expecting, told PEOPLE that Wright has been through the gamut of all the side effects of impending motherhood. “She has everything: cravings, nausea – everything.”

So what’s her number one craving? “In-N-Out Burger!” she said at the Los Angeles premiere of Star Trek.

Hank Azaria & Girlfriend Katie Expecting First Child

Hank Azaria and his girlfriend Katie Wright are expecting a baby boy, his rep confirms to PEOPLE exclusively.

“They’re quite ecstatic,” the actor’s rep Stan Rosenfield tells PEOPLE.

Wright, who has begun her second trimester, is a former actress now studying to be a family therapist.

Azaria, 44, and Wright have been dating for two years. They are currently hunting for the perfect home for their growing family. The actor’s next movie, Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian, will be released in May.

Fans Flock to Desperate Housewives Finale

RATED: Sunday’s season finale of ABC’s Desperate Housewives attracted a record 30.3 million viewers, according to preliminary Nielsen ratings. The new high beats the numbers for the Nov. 28 episode (about Mrs. Huber’s death) by some 3 million. Even so, shows that did even better during this Sweeps period also included season finale for CBS’s CSI (30.7 million) and the series finale of Everybody Loves Raymond (32.9 million). As for Desperate Housewives, the hopes are high for season two this fall.

Alanis Makes Her Bridal Plans

She’s come a long way from her time as a Jagged Little Pill … nowadays, formerly tortured singer Alanis Morissette is more concerned with her impending wedding to actor and fellow Canadian Ryan Reynolds (Blade: Trinity, Van Wilder) than with the old lover who done her wrong. So, what’s new on the nuptials front? The pair is “putting the plans together, although just barely,” Morissette tells us. “We’re thinking sometime next year.

OutKast's Smoking Gun Poster Shot Down

CRITICIZED: A poster showing OutKast’s Andre 3000 holding a smoking gun has been branded “irresponsible” by Britain’s Advertising Standards Authority, reports Reuters. The watchdog group upheld a complaint that the ad could be seen to glorify gun use but rejected another claim that it promoted racial stereotypes. The advertiser, record label BMG, had said it believed the poster for the hip-hop duo was no more likely to provoke violence than ads for James Bond movies.

Azaria Gets Boot, Barker Gets Crowds

After only two weeks, NBC has dumped Hank Azaria’s new comedy series, “Imagine That,” from its lineup, blaming poor ratings, the network announced. The sitcom’s Tuesday night time slot will be filled with reruns for the time being, and Azaria, 37, can still be heard on the Fox series “The Simpsons.” The cancellation reinforces the ongoing troubles established stars often have launching their own shows. Two “Seinfeld” alums, Michael Richards and Jason Alexander, both quickly flopped when they launched their own sitcoms, as did celebrated chef Emeril Lagasse.