The entertainment stories you need to know this evening.
In Lady Gaga's big-screen debut, the musician stars alongside Bradley Cooper in "A Star Is Born." The first trailer for the film focuses on how Cooper and Gaga's characters meet and her reluctance to perform onstage.
The star-studded, biennial fundraiser continues to help further cutting-edge cancer research and treatment.
The film's first trailer (which you can't see yet) debuted at Cinemacon to rave reviews from critics touting Lady Gaga's performance as "powerful" and "a revelation."
When first-time director Bradley Cooper was shooting his forthcoming remake of “A Star in Born,” his co-star, Lady Gaga (aka Stefani Germanotta), made a deal with him. “She said right from the beginning that there would be a bargain,” Cooper recalled at a public talk at the Tribeca Film Festival with Robert De Niro. He […]
Warner Bros.’ “A Star Is Born” remake starring Stefani Germanotta (Lady Gaga) and Bradley Cooper, who is also directing, is moving up its release to May 18, 2018. The pic was originally set to open Sept. 28, 2018 but the studio sees it as a strong counter-programming move by putting it in the midst of... Read more »
Bill Clinton is famous for a few things (ahem) — but one of them is his dry Southern accent. Check out some celebrities who can do pretty impressive Clinton impersonations.
In 'Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later,' because Bradley Cooper was unable to join in, his character will be played by Adam Scott; new clip explains
Facial mapping technology, and an ancient Greek formula known as “the golden ratio,” were used to scientifically back up that George Clooney is the most beautiful man.
Planning a summer vacay and trying to figure out where to go? Everyone wants a little time away for some R&R, and even celebrities need a respite from the constant glare of the spotlight.
Here is a quick refresher to remind you what happened the last time we saw our friends Star-Lord, Gamora, Rocket, Groot, and Drax.
Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga will be filming scenes for A Star Is Born at Coachella this week, and Coachella festivalgoers could appear in the upcoming Cooper-directed musical.
To help pass time until the film's May 5 opening, we've collected all the publicity images and movie stills in one handy gallery for your viewing pleasure. So crank up the mixtape and enjoy!
It was the grab seen ’round the world, when supposed Ukrainian entertainment journalist and celebrity “prankster” Vitalii Sediuk picked up model Gigi Hadid outside the Max Mara show during Milan Fashion Week — and got elbowed in the face for his troubles, as Hadid fought back. Not even a week later, Sediuk was at it again. This time, he lunged at Kim Kardashian in an attempt to literally kiss her famous a** as she exited her car in Paris upon arriving at L’Avenue restaurant.
In our continuing effort to keep you apprised of the undergarments celebrities are wearing — or not wearing — in public, Bradley Cooper just admitted he went commando to hang with President Obama. Cooper, who has been named Sexiest Man Alive and shares a bed with supermodel Irina Shayk (not bad), made a surprise appearance on Tuesday’s 'Ellen DeGeneres Show,' which boasted Michelle Obama as co-host.
Barbara Walters has compiled her annual list on Barbara Walters Presents: The 10 Most Fascinating People of 2015. Caitlyn Jenner found herself on the top of the list, along with Donna Karan, Tracy Morgan, and Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos. Walters interviewed some others on the list one-on-one, including a frank talk about sex with Amy Schumer — so frank, apparently, that much of what she said could not be shared on network TV. ...
Chris Hemsworth will pass along his Sexiest Man Alive crown on Tuesday when People magazine reveals 2015’s honoree on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Before this year’s hunk is named, we decided to take a look back at some of the past recipients who’ve looked less than sexy in a movie role. 2007’s Sexiest Man Alive, Matt Damon, put on 30 pounds to play Mark Whitacre in The Informant!, and opened up to Entertainment Weekly about packing on the weight. It was absolute heaven." Matthew McConaughey — who received the sexy honor in 2005 — traded in his buff Magic Mike bod to play a rail thin Ron Woodroof in Dallas Buyer’s Club.
Bradley Cooper stars as a bad-boy chef out for redemption (and a third Michelin star) in John Wells’ drama. By Jon Frosch Burnt may be about haute cuisine, but the movie is fast food all the way. Culinary metaphors aside, John Wells’ entry in the feel-good foodie film subgenre is neither as cloying as last year’s The Hundred-Foot Journey (featuring Helen Mirren in full French drag) nor as scruffily likeable as Jon Favreau’s Chef. Glib, sloppy, and shamelessly clichéd, it’s a middling vehicle for its charismatic leading man, Bradley Cooper, who sweats and swears up a storm as a disgraced chef orchestrating a comeback. Burnt opens with Adam Jones (Cooper) moving from New Orleans to London, where he plots his return to the world of big white plates and tiny, artfully assembled piles of food.
Bradley Cooper is now opening up about that incredibly fake baby he shared screen time with in Clint Eastwood’s 2014 Oscar-nominated hit drama American Sniper. The actor, who starred as the late Navy SEAL Chris Kyle in the film, rolled with laughter after Ellen DeGeneres brought up the topic during Monday’s Ellen show.
On Ellen, Bradley Cooper watched a clip of his American Sniper co-star Sienna Miller calling out his attempt to make the clearly fake baby from the movie seem real. The situation gave Bradley and Ellen a good laugh, and he finally admitted, “I couldn’t believe that we were working with a plastic baby — like, this is nuts.”
Our happy couple, Bradley Cooper and Amy Schumer (Getty Images) He may not have been ready to share the happy news, but Bradley Cooper is nonetheless thrilled about his fictional engagement to Amy Schumer. During her Saturday Night Live opening monologue, Schumer talked about hanging out with Bradley Cooper at a recent event as an example of how things have changed for her during this, her breakout year. “Am I dating Bradley Cooper?” Schumer joked.
Bradley Cooper’s first big solo star vehicle, Limitless, may only have come out four years ago, but that’s an eternity in movie time. So it’s understandable if your memory of Cooper’s role as Eddie Morra, who goes from zero to hero courtesy of a brainy drug called NZT, is a little fuzzy. With the TV version of 'Limitless' — which continues the story told in the film and even features Eddie in a recurring role — premiering this week, here’s our mind-expanding refresher guide.