Juli Briskman was riding her bike near her Virginia home on Oct. 28 as the president's motorcade passed by and says she couldn't resist responding.
Mulligan started watching the 2011 film co-starring Ryan Gosling on a flight, but then the air hostess walked by and it made her change her mind.
Emilia Clarke couldn't be further from her ice cold, super serious character on "Game of Thrones."
Steven Yeun thinks Hollywood will embrace Asian roles because it's good for business.
Chris Rock fondly remembered the late Charlie Murphy with a hilarious story about his audition on the movie "CB4."
Yahoo Celebrity put Melissa Joan Hart and Soleil Moon Frye's friendship to the test by having them ask one another about all the firsts in their lives.
Don Rickles, who died at the age of 90, was a legendary insult comic who somehow managed to attack every A-list celebrity without any negative fallout.
Good Times actor Jimmie Walker is known for his infectious “Dyn-o-mite!” catch phrase. Author Ann Coulter is known for her sometimes controversial conservative opinions. But together, they’re becoming known for reportedly being a couple.
John Cena is known for a lot of roles: He’s a professional wrestler; he’s costarred in movies, such as Trainwreck with Amy Schumer, and he’s even the voice of that Pistachio elephant.
Tom Hanks has been to the White House many times, but one moment sticks out to him, and it involves George W. Bush, his wife, Rita Wilson, their two sons, and a dead bird.
Michael J. Fox is arguably the most recognizable face of Parkinson’s disease. Despite being faced with the debilitating disease, Fox recently told AARP The Magazine that a sense of humor helps. Fox explained how even serving his wife, Tracy Pollan, coffee can seem like a joke out of a sitcom.
Recently on the Swedish talk show Skavlan, Emma Thompson was asked about Hollywood’s notorious reputation for asking actors and actresses to lose weight. Thompson mentioned an unnamed female co-star from her 2008 film Brideshead Revisited who was pressured to change her look. It’s a serious subject
If you’re a very wealthy David Bowie memorabilia collector, we might have found the crown jewel — his old NYC apartment.