Jamie Lee Curtis spoke with actress Melanie Griffith about their famous moms, Tippi Hedren and Janet Leigh.
The actress remembers stiff competition for the limited number of parts for Black actresses.
Hu is best known for playing tough characters in "X2: X-Men United" and "Arrow." This role is much different.
Jennifer Grey revisits her classic movies, and explains why she's taking part in the Flu Shot Fridays campaign.
Nicolas Cage talks "Prisoners of the Ghostland," which he calls "the wildest film I've ever made."
Phil Rosenthal revisits his clashes with CBS and other behind-the-scenes stories on the 25th anniversary of "Everybody Loves Raymond."
Simu Liu, Awkwafina and Florian Munteanu explain how they captured epic bus fight — and how much it hurt.
The star of "The Parent Trap" and other Disney classics said leaving the studio was "a big step."
He says the gig was "one of the most unnerving things I've done in my life."
The "Full House" alum was introduced to Sinatra's music by his late father.
Paige Winter, 19, who lost a leg and part of a hand in a 2019 shark attack, revisits her near-death experience ahead of Nat Geo documentary.
Donovan played Cher's nemesis, Amber, in the 1995 hit movie and subsequent TV version.
"I never get held in the past," the HGTV star tells Yahoo Life ahead of the new season of her show.
From George Takei to Jamie Chung to Jon M. Chu to Dave Bautista, celebrities and creators share personal stories of racism and how to move forward. "We're going to be louder than you, and you're going to realize that there's more of us than there are of you."
The comedian narrates the new Netflix doc about penguins's annual invasion of an urban area.
Alison Arngrim played spoiled Nellie Oleson from 1974 to 1982.
Zack Snyder brought in comic to reshoot Chris D'Elia's role after he was accused of sexual harassment.
Bilson and Barton played best friends on "The O.C." from 2003 to 2006.
Alyson Stoner, now 27, tells Yahoo Entertainment that therapy and rehab saved her from falling down the "toddler to trainwreck" path. Now she wants to help others.
"It's incredibly absurd how much influence these absurd characters have on society as a whole," says filmmaker Cullen Hoback, who also offers advice on dealing with QAnon supporters in your inner circle.
The "Call Me Kat" actor talks his new series with Mayim Bialik and how he got started on Instagram.
The "Doogie Howser, M.D." actor says he's looking forward to his turn to get the COVID-19 vaccine.