Demi and Bruce, Justin and Jessica .... these pics from Emmys past look a lot different from this year's socially distant event.
Catherine Zeta-Jones shares daughter Carys, 17, and son Dylan, 19, with husband Michael Douglas
Anne Buydens turned 101, her first birthday without her husband, Kirk Douglas, who died at 103
The "Fatal Attraction" director shares why he abandoned the downbeat ending he filmed for his marital drama about a brief affair gone horribly wrong in favor of a bloody finale that’s closer to a horror movie.
With "Outbreak" newly relevant as it celebrates its 25th anniversary, screenwriters Laurence Dworet and Robert Roy Pool reveal facts you never new about the hit thriller.
Marie Osmond of "The Talk" sparked a friendly debate on the television show Friday.
Son Michael Douglas, his wife Catherine Zeta-Jones, director Steven Spielberg are among the mourners at Kirk Douglas' funeral on Friday.
On "The Tonight Show," Jimmy Fallon asked Douglas about playing golf with Trump, and Douglas said “He's pretty good, but probably not quite as good as he thinks he is.”
Cameron Douglas, son of actor Michael Douglas, spent almost eight years in prison and opened up on "The View" about his struggles with addiction.
“Having a younger bride makes me feel good on one side,” Douglas said on Thursday’s edition of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show."
Love is in the air this this Valentine's Day, especially in Hollywood.
Both women perfectly matched the disco theme of the event, with Catherine wearing a ruffled burgundy dress and Carys in bell-bottoms and a snakeskin jacket.
As the "Queen America" star walked down the red carpet with husband Michael Douglas, Twitter had nothing but compliments for her sultry style.
"This woman came out of nowhere and accused my husband," the actress revealed in an interview with British newspaper the Times. "I had a very big conversation with him."
Michael Douglas joined Hollywood royalty with his proud dad Kirk Douglas closely watching.
Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas's daughter, Carys, is going to be famous — it's in her blood — but she just got one step closer to stardom.
Lucky for us, the Peggy Sue Got Married star didn't hold back in a lengthy, juicy new interview with Vulture, dropping the names of people she's worked with over her four decades in Hollywood.