Matthew McConaughey is opening up about raising his three children: Levi, 12, Vida, 10 and Livingston, 7
Dax Shepard is opening up more about his relapse and his addiction.
Last week, Dax Shepard told his Armchair Expert listeners he had relapsed. Scroll on to read his reaction to the love and support he received.
The actor opens up about his opioid addiction, says he's newly sober in candid podcast.
“I said I just got married,” Penn began, “and Leila certainly pushes stuff to the surface that has to be understood for me to be better at stuff."
Shepard opens up about quarantine life with their two girls. "They wear masks, they don’t care," he tells Yahoo Entertainment.
Alanis Morissette revealed some very personal moments during an episode of "Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard."
Lincoln and Delta, Shepard’s two daughters with Kristen Bell, are 7 and 5, so he won’t need to have that conversation anytime soon.
“I think that it took me until I got diagnosed with breast cancer to figure out that love is not something that you tap dance to get,” said Crow, whose exes include Lance Armstrong, Eric Clapton, Owen Wilson and Josh Charles.
Seven alligators and one crocodile previously belonging to Michael Jackson were burned alive at Joe Exotic's zoo.
Kumail Nanjiani says body dysmorphia is something he has to fight "all the time," since bulking up for the Marvel movie "Eternals."
Kristen Bell tells Yahoo Entertainment that it was husband Dax Shepard's idea.
The former "Arrested Development" star spoke to pal Dax Shepard about fans taking sides after his 2012 split from Poehler.
The "Frozen" star and her actor husband blew up over her request that he help with the laundry.
"Bachelor" fan Jones told Dax Shepard that "all I did was grill him about the show."
“I think I never had a positive father figure around enough to feel on a conscious level a sense of loss there,” the "Catch & Kill" writer told Dax Shepard.
“Now things are very, very, very different and I’m a lot more savvy with what I’m comfortable with and what I am OK with doing,” Clarke said on Dax Shepard's podcast
Affleck, 43, said that he “really wanted to support” #MeToo as it happened, however he “felt like the best thing to do was to just be quiet so that I didn't seem to be in opposition to something that I really wanted to champion.”
Bell and Shepard, who are parents to two daughters — Lincoln, 6, and 4-year-old Delta — this week tweeted about California's controversial proposed SB 276.