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Diversity is king at the Sundance Film Festival — and queen, too.
After nearly 30 years of friendship and shared tastes in movies, music and comedy, Billy Crystal and Bette Midler have finally taken it to the next level: They did a film together.
Mariah Carey was so excited about President Barack Obama's re-election that she released a new song in his honor. Beyoncé popped up on Instagram with a rebuke for Mitt Romney, while Romney supporter Elisabeth Hasselbeck sent out a disappointed but conciliatory tweet urging a divided United S…
When Ursula Andress emerged from the sea, curves glistening, with a dagger strapped to her bikini in 1962's "Dr. No," she made the Bond girl an instant icon.
Bob Barker hosted "The Price Is Right" for 35 years, but he wasn't invited to participate in the game show's 40th anniversary special.
Charlize Theron's evil queen costumes for "Snow White and the Huntsman" called for hundreds of hand-cut rooster feathers, thousands of iridescent beetle wings from Thailand and one particularly imposing crown.
Michael Jackson's glittery gloves, spangled jackets, stage-worn costumes and personal fashion effects are going on a world tour.
Aziz Ansari is bringing his new standup special straight to his fans. The "Parks and Recreation" star is bypassing cable networks to release his latest comedy special on his website.
When it comes to predicting the big-screen success of "The Hunger Games," the fans have spoken. Actually, make that cheered.
Even dog actors can get awards in Tinseltown, and six pooches collected prizes at the inaugural Golden Collar Awards.
One star of Steven Spielberg's latest epic likes to end his work day by rolling around in the dirt, kicking his legs in the air and flaring his nostrils.
When Golden Globes host Ricky Gervais took sharp swipes at Mel Gibson, Bruce Willis, Robert Downey, Jr. and the Hollywood Foreign Press Association at last year's ceremony, some criticized the comedian for going too far.
The bed where Michael Jackson died is no longer available for sale.
Long before the success of Fleetwood Mac, when band founder Mick Fleetwood was a kid in the U.K. learning how to play the drums, he dreamed of having his own restaurant. His parents entrusted the then 9-year-old with the stable of the old farmhouse they lived in, and young Fleetwood turned i…
Bravo isn't saying what might happen to the second season of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" following the unexpected death of Russell Armstrong, estranged husband of cast member Taylor Armstrong.
Concert movies typically offer a peek into the private moments of a pop star's life. "Michael Jackson: This Is It" revealed the entertainer's perfectionist tendencies, and sly sense of humor. "Justin Bieber: Never Say Never" showed the teen singer's drive for success.
In "Horrible Bosses" and "The Change-Up," which opens today, Jason Bateman plays a hardworking guy who loves his job but yearns for something new.
Director Michael Bay promises that the third "Transformers" movie is way better than the second.
Like many a star attending the Academy Awards, Oscar's winners' envelope is getting a makeover.
On the outside, they all look the same: White armor, white helmets, black blaster rifles. Imperial soldiers from a galaxy far, far away, they're loyal only to the Empire and recognizable everywhere as "Star Wars" storm troopers.
One more week until a new "Dancing" champ is crowned. Who will it be?
"Glee," the award-winning musical comedy about a misfit high school show choir, might be doing more for music than its fellow Fox juggernaut, "American Idol."
The Kodak Theatre goes quiet as the big screen at center stage begins flashing images of actors and filmmakers who have died. A photo of Heath Ledger or Paul Newman might move the audience to spontaneous applause. Other images inspire deep sighs, as viewers reflect on the entertainers who ha…
For your consideration: A pedophile serial killer with a creepy dollhouse hobby, a murderous Nazi who delights in tormenting Jews, and a hateful mother who abuses her daughter and granddaughter.
Some of Oscar's most memorable moments have come during performances of nominated songs.
Now that the award season has replaced the holiday season in Hollywood, buzz is building about best pictures, winning performances, designer gowns and, oh yes, "What's for dinner?"
Fifteen-year-old Chloe Bates is in love.
When top-tier clothiers align with mass-market retailers, there's a potential bonanza for everyone.
Peter Jackson is driven by a deep-seated neurosis: The fear that his films are terrible.
A life-sized Iron Man toy and larger-than-life Transformers - in both car and robot form - welcomed fans to the 40th annual Comic Con. The pop-culture convention opened Wednesday at the San Diego Convention Center.
In this challenging economy, indulging your fashion desires can feel a bit, well, indulgent. So why not be truly fashion conscious and buy brands that support charitable causes?
Some movie franchises never die; they just start over. This summer brings new versions of "X-Men," "Terminator" and "Star Trek" -- each revitalized with a tested Tinseltown technique: the origin story.
Black Eyed Peas frontman will.i.am wants to make movies. For now, though, he'll settle for making his big-screen debut in "X-Men Origins: Wolverine."
Monsters vs. Aliens" opens with an old 3-D gag: A ball bounces directly into the audience, causing moviegoers to instinctively scoot back in their seats. But the resemblance to old-fashioned 3-D ends there.
Aaron Eckhart, Blair Underwood, Mario Lopez and Ali Larter were among the stars honored with Cosmopolitan magazine's Fun Fearless Awards.
Bruce Vilanch is sitting at a folding table in a windowless room at the Kodak Theatre. "Writers Room," reads a piece of yellow paper taped to the door. Another, with the veteran Academy Awards writer's name, is taped above his makeshift workstation and laptop.
Oscar No. 3453 missed his flight.
"Rock Me Sexy Jesus." "You're As Gay As the Day is Long." "Raped in the Face."
Tom Waits doesn't play live very often, so when he does, it's an event.
The shoe phone on TV's "Get Smart" wasn't just a sneaky spy gadget, it was a technological marvel: a wireless, portable telephone that could be used anywhere -- though it did require a dime to make a call.
Duffy's debut album could slip in between Dionne Warwick and Dusty Springfield on a collector's shelf, but the 23-year-old pop-soul ingenue says she developed her sound without hearing either artist.
Ray J is cruising down the Hollywood Freeway in his black Lamborghini when fans in a passing car recognize him. The singer/actor/sex-tape star slows down so they can snap a photo. The fans giddily check their digital camera as the $200,000 sports car speeds away.
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Most of the action on the Oscar stage is choreographed and rehearsed. Backstage is another story.
Drew Carey spent his entire career preparing to be a game-show host, only he didn't know it.
All Jamie Foxx really needed to know about show business he learned as a child.
Turning the lesser-known Creative Arts Emmy Awards into an interesting television event has always been a challenge. The anti-climactic show, whose winners are announced a week before the telecast airs, doesn't boast the same popular categories and ample A-listers of the Primetime Emmys.
It's not makeup that has Christian Bale looking dirty, wind-chapped and sunburned in "3:10 to Yuma." He spent a month earning every bit of that cowboy grit by riding horses and firing revolvers in the sweltering New Mexico desert.
While costumed comic-book fans fill their tote bags with freebies at Comic-Con, Clive Owen, in a slim-fitting suit, sits coolly in a corner -- his brown hair mussed, his green eyes piercing.
Although the BET Awards doled out awards to some of entertainment's most celebrated performers on Tuesday night, from Beyonce to Jennifer Hudson, it was the show's tributes to living legends and recently departed giants that evoked the most emotion.
Paul Reubens returns, again.
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