The actress/Packers fan also tells Yahoo Entertainment that she didn't set up Rodgers with fiancée Shailene Woodley and says he's already texted her about his revenge for thanking him in her acceptance speech. "We'll see who wins."
Green Bay Packers fan and legendary actress Jodie Foster appeared on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!," where she discussed Aaron Rodgers NFL MVP acceptance speech.
The Oscar-winning actress describes her intense experience shooting "The Silence of the Lambs."
"The Mauritanian" director Kevin Macdonald and stars Jodie Foster and Tahar Rahim discuss how the new thriller brings to light one of Gitmo's most notorious cases — that of Mohamedou Ould Salahi.
Jodie Foster talks about the legacy of Martin Scorsese's 1976 classic "Taxi Driver" and her role as child prostitute Iris.
Anthony Hopkins played serial killer Hannibal Lecter, who worked with Jodie Foster's FBI agent Clarice Starling
"The Hot Zone" author Richard Preston gets candid about a failed 1990s movie adaptation that was once set to star A-listers Robert Redford and Jodie Foster before falling apart.
Jodie Foster is set to star in, co-produce and direct an English-language remake of “Woman at War,” an individual with knowledge of the project told TheWrap. “Woman at War” is an Icelandic thriller directed by Benedikt Erlingsson that is the country’s official submission to the upcoming Academy Awards. Foster will reinterpret the role of Halla (originally played by Halldóra Geirharðsdóttir), a lone eco-terrorist working to disrupt a corporation that’s harming the environment.
Warner Bros. announced that Mel Gibson will co-write and direct a remake of "The Wild Bunch." The announcement did not go over well.
In celebration of National Coming Out day, reflect on these emotional, empowering and sometimes bizarre stories from show business. In a widely-celebrated and brave blog post, R&B singer and prolific songwriter Ocean revealed a tumultuous romantic relationship with another man. The admission was applauded for discussing the intersection of sexual orientation and the repression of African American male identities.
Sterling K. Brown, Charlie Day, Jeff Goldblum, Sofia Boutella, and more co-star in Drew Pearce's directorial debut.
Breaking with tradition in the midst of an awards season that has come to colloquially become known as “the year of the woman,” the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has tapped four actresses to present this year’s lead acting awards at the 90th annual Oscars, Variety has learned. Jennifer Lawrence and Jodie Foster […]
News that Amy Schumer has tied the knot with chef Chris Fischer — to whom she had only days earlier posted about on social media for the first time — was unexpected. Schumer chose a different path — fans didn’t even know she was engaged! — and she’s not the only one. Jordin Sparks and husband Dana Isaiah walk the red carpet in December 2017.
Charlie Brooker's anthology series about the dangers of future technology is back for a fourth season of unnerving tales on Netflix.
Jodie Foster reprises ‘Silence of the Lambs’ role for help from Colbert’s Hannibal Lecter
"Jonathan was everybody’s cheerleader. He was like an embarrassing grandpa at a Little League game. After every accomplishment he’d hug you so tight..."
The stars shared personal stories in support of immigration and freedom of expression at UTA event.
(Photo: Laura Cavanagh/Michael Loccisano/Getty Images) Baristas misspell names a latte, but this instance is also an example of mistaken identity. Helen Hunt shared a funny anecdote on Monday to tell her 250,000 social media followers what happened when she visited her local Starbucks . “Ordered my drink @Starbucks Asked the barista if she wanted my name. She winked and said.
Guy Pearce stpes behind the camera to make his directorial debut with "Poor Boy." But William Shatner might be the the crème de la crème of outright disasters.
Jack O'Connell is just anonymous enough — for now, anyway — that unfamiliar viewers who see Money Monster are going to be stunned to discover he was brought up in Derby, England. The 25-year-old Brit nails the Queens accent, along with the borough’s blue-collar sensibilities, as Kyle Budwell, a man so enraged by a bad, savings-depleting stock tip that he takes hostage the TV financial guru (George Clooney) responsible for the bum advice. O'Connell has earned acclaim in a series of low-budget British-produced films like This Is England, Starred Up, and ‘71.