In conversation with Gwyneth Paltrow for his podcast Armchair Expert, Dax Shepard explained why he won't "police" his daughters' sex lives.
Stars Kristen Bell, Kirby Howell-Baptiste, Paul Walter Hauser and Bebe Rexha and writer-directors Aron Gaudet and Gita Pullapilly talk new film "Queenpins."
Shepard's wife returned to "Armchair Expert" and the pair shared their favorite quality in each other. He said hers completely "changed my worldview," while she said his is how he's always working to better himself.
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The actress shared that the 6-year-old is "impressed" when she hears the mention of her name.
"Your beauty is only surpassed by your heart and buns," Dax Shepard playfully wrote in his birthday message to wife Kristen Bell
Faizon Love says he was 'deeply aggrieved' to see he and another Black co-star removed from the romcom's international poster.
Singer-songwriter Bebe Rexha will make her feature film debut in "Queenpins," a crime comedy starring Kristen Bell. The movie, from STXfilms, is inspired by a true story of the largest coupon counterfeit scam in history. It centers on a suburban housewife (Bell) fed up with being overlooked by her husband and society. So she tries […]
Dax Shepard is opening up more about his relapse and his addiction.
The actor opens up about his opioid addiction, says he's newly sober in candid podcast.
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Shepard opens up about quarantine life with their two girls. "They wear masks, they don’t care," he tells Yahoo Entertainment.
With stars like Tina Fey, Jimmy Kimmel and Jimmy Fallon apologizing and shows like "Community," "The Golden Girls" and "Scrubs" deleting episodes featuring blackface, Hollywood is finally beginning to reckon with one of its most insidious comedic tropes.
In the wake of Mike Henry relinquishing the voice role after 20 years — saying “persons of color should play characters of color” — Pierce, of 'Suits' and 'The Wire' fame, is volunteering himself as the replacement.
In a week of shows announcing that white actors would no longer voice Black characters, the long-running animated series has made its own casting change.
Bell and Slate both said they'd stop voicing mixed-race roles on animated series, so they could be recast with Black actors.