The "Black Panther" star is charming. Whether he's geeking out over anime, defending living with his parents at 31, or following Lupita Nyong'o's orders for on-demand pushups.
SOUTH NYACK, N.Y. (AP) — New York State Police say actor and comedian Chevy Chase was kicked in the shoulder during an altercation with another driver.
David Mamet said he has written a play about Harvey Weinstein. Mamet mentioned the new script in an interview in the Chicago Tribune. The new work is called “Bitter Wheat,” and there’s a Chicago stage veteran, who’s now in films, interested in starring in it, according to the article. No exact production plans or timeline […]
A video shared by an Ohio teacher — in which she’s wearing a "Black Panther" mask and greeting each child with a modified version of T'Challa and Shuri’s handshake as they arrive for class — has gone viral.
Quincy Jones has issued an apology after recently giving interviews in which he trash-talked Taylor Swift and the Beatles, said he dated Ivanka Trump, and declared that Michael Jackson “stole a lot of songs.”
Just weeks after giving the type of interview that readers love and publicists hate, Quincy Jones is now apologizing for what he said.
Justin Bieber got a taste of professional hockey at the 2017 NHL All-Star Celebrity Shootout, and he raved about the experience on Instagram.
After a four-month hiatus, the retired gymnast turned singer posted on Twitter, sharing positive messages for her 575,000 followers.
Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School student Collton Haab told a local Florida TV station he declined to appear at the network’s town hall on gun violence, because CNN wanted him to read a scripted question. CNN insists it did not.
Steve Irwin is still remembered by TV viewers as "the crocodile hunter," and he's even bettered remembered by his daughter, who just honored his birthday.
Actress "thrilled" to be back in Playboy, 45 years after appearing in her first pictorial for the magazine.
Brendan Fraser knows his career nowadays isn’t what it used to be — and he believes some of the blame stems from a groping incident involving former Hollywood Foreign Press Association president Philip Berk that he reported nearly 15 years before the #MeToo movement emerged to support accusers. In a new GQ article, Fraser remembers a 2003 incident that Berk himself recounted in his memoir and that was reported by TheWrap founder Sharon Waxman, who at the time worked for The New York Times. Although Berk said he “pinched” Fraser’s butt, the actor himself says it was more than that.