The “Hamilton” creator and star of the upcoming “Mary Poppins Returns” wasn’t feeling like his usual self, and it turns out there’s a very good reason.
Will Forte is very good at conveying the "National Lampoon" co-founder's talent in the new Netflix film, but are the laughs dated?
The scandal has rocked Hollywood and some of its biggest stars whose careers have been heavily intertwined with Weinstein. Take a look at which celebs have spoken out against the disgraced mogul.
While shooting Season 8 of "Shameless" in Chicago on Wednesday, the actress decided to give the fans who had come to watch the production a tasty treat.
Christian Slater and his wife sponsored an hour of pet adoptions at Best Friends Animal Society over the weekend.
As Donald Trump became the official 45th leader of the free world, stars took to social media to say goodbye to Barack and Michelle Obama and pay tribute to the president they loved so much. Khloé Kardashian shared a picture of Michelle Obama straightening her husband’s tie. Zoe Saldana echoed Khloé’s sentiments, thanking the former president and explaining, “You taught us that love is the only way to move forward.” She went on to add, “I learned so much from you and our First Lady Michelle Obama.
Pro-Trump trolls are tweeting anti-Semitic hatred at Emmy Rossum. The Shameless star, who supported Hillary Clinton during the election, denounced Trump’s appointment of Steve Bannon, an “alt-right” commentator with connections to white nationalism, as his Chief Strategist, which triggered the attacks on Rossum. No matter WHO you voted for, I don’t care, THIS is not okay. “You will be seeing a train shortly” pic.twitter.com/cvQP6Fegz4
Haven’t had a chance to check all of Tuesday’s Hollywood headlines? Here are three celeb stories everyone is buzzing about: