"Ella you look stunning and classy! The dress is gorgeous," Olivia Newton-John wrote in the comments section of Grease costar John Travolta's Instagram post
The actor shared a video set to a song by daughter Ella which shows the family boarding a jet headed for a snowy Christmas Eve
Jules Williamson says the late actress kept her breast cancer diagnosis private from the "Off the Rails" cast and crew.
"He said to me once, 'Because mom passed away, I'm afraid you're going to," the 67-year-old star of Pulp Fiction and Grease recalled.
The 'Grease' star reflects on his fairy-tale dance with Princess Diana on what would have been her 60th birthday.
The "Grease" and "Pulp Fiction" star was missing Kelly Preston on the first Mother's Day since her death.
It was a weird one alright, but celebrities still celebrated the end of the dud that was 2020 and the start of 2021 amid the pandemic.
“Merry Christmas from the Travolta family!" the actor wrote alongside a video from their holiday celebration
With the internet being pretty much endless bad news about the COVID pandemic, we aren't surprised that celebrities are all jumping on a viral meme inspired by Elf on the Shelf.
Kevin Hart is returning to Quibi for a sequel to “Die Hart,” the streaming service announced on Thursday. The sequel will be dubbed “Die Harter,” naturally, with the title once again paying homage to the Bruce Willis-led “Die Hard” movies.In the first season, Hart played a fictionalized version of himself who’s looking to avoid being typecast strictly as a funnyman. To do so, Hart went to a top notch “action star school” that was led by a nutty director (played by John Travolta) and pitted him against a strong-willed rival student (played by Nathalie Emmanuel), with the dream of becoming Hollywood’s next great action star.“Die Hart” was Quibi’s most-viewed show of the summer, according to a release shared by the company, although it did not mention how many subscribers watched the show. It’s unclear if Travolta or any of the other “Die Hart” stars, aside from Hart, will be returning for the second season; Quibi said it will have more details on “Die Harter” at a later date.Also Read: How Quibi Overcame a Rocky Start to Dominate Emmy Nominations in Short-Form CategoriesHart will serve as executive producer on the project, along with Candice Wilson, Jeff Clanagan and Thai Randolph from LOL Studios. Writer Tripper Clancy and Bryan Smiley of HartBeat Productions will also serve as executive producers.“LOL Studios is excited to produce season 2 of ‘Die Hart’ and continue our work to bring premium comedic content and new IP to market” LOL Studios President Jeff Clanagan said in a statement.Quibi launch in early April and is spearheaded by founder Jeffrey Katzenberg and CEO Meg Whitman. The mobile-focused streaming service cost $4.99 per month for ad-supported streaming, and $7.99 for ad-free service.Read original story Kevin Hart to Return to Quibi for ‘Die Hart’ Sequel At TheWrap
Travolta's career-making performance in the classic 1970s sitcom wouldn’t have happened if a certain individual close to him had had their way.
The actor posted a touching tribute to the actress, who died last month after a battle with breast cancer.
That is one of the details revealed in the Jerry Maguire actress’s death certificate, obtained by Us Weekly, after losing her private, two-year battle with the disease on July 12.
Kevin Hart enrolls in a school for action stars run by a lunatic John Travolta in new Quibi series "Die Hart."
Kelly Preston has passed away at the age of 57 after a two-year battle with breast cancer. Husband John Travolta, daughter Ella Travolta and more are mourning the death of the beloved actress.