The "Dark Knight" Oscar winner died a decade ago, but he’s still being celebrated on his birthday.
Actress Naomi Watts's brother, photographer Ben Watts, snapped the photo on the 2018 cover of the "Sports Illustrated" swimsuit issue.
Banks, who was the first black model to appear on the cover, was tapped to break the news to an emotional Herrington — and is one of many celebrating the achievement.
In a lively chat, Golden Globe nominee Kyle MacLachlan shares his theory about what the final shot means, and the strange art of playing a newborn in an adult body.
Naomi Watts had serious heat after her head-turning performance in Mulholland Drive, David Lynch’s twisty neo-noir that introduced the Aussie actress to American audiences. Major offers rolled in, and among them was a mainstream horror movie called The Ring, about a woman who encounters a videotape that dooms those who dare to watch it. Watts, who already had a decade’s worth of minor film credits under name, had seen people she knows in the business break out in an acclaimed film, then sell out for studio paychecks.
Exclusive clip from 'The Glass Castle,' based on Jeanette Walls' bestselling memoir of family dysfunction, starring Brie Larson, in theaters Aug. 11, 2017
Naomi Watts reveals that her father's untimely death as a result of a heroin overdose left her with few pictures or memories of him. That changed when a Pink Floyd fan recently brought her the first photo she had ever seen of her father smiling.
A murky melodrama with stilted dialogue, Gypsy — a new 10-episode series that begins streaming on Netflix on Friday — turns out to be a lot more watchable than I thought after I plowed through its first, portentous episode. Much of the credit for Gypsy’s low-level allure must go to star Naomi Watts, who continues her current run of excellent TV performances. Created and written by Lisa Rubin, Gypsy is the story of Jean Holloway (Watts), a Connecticut psychotherapist married to a loving husband, played by Billy Crudup, and mother to a sweet 8-year-old child.
On “Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen,” outspoken Bernie Sanders supporter Susan Sarandon talked about her recent political Twitter rivalry with Debra Messing and how they interact offline. Andy Cohen said he loved their Twitter feud, and went on to ask whether they’ve spoken in person. It turns out that Sarandon and Messing are both New York Rangers fans, and though they’ve been at the same ice rink at the same time, they only interact online.
It’s snowing on the East Coast, and celebrities are really excited. On Thursday, stars took to Instagram to share pictures of the February snow day, compliments of a storm named Niko. While some photos featured the famous faces enjoying the scenery, others simply marveled at Mother Nature.
Sometimes stars prove to be their own biggest fans. Not only do they pose with their likeness (twinning!), they have someone take their photo while they’re doing it, and then share it with their millions of followers. You can’t say they don’t have healthy egos! See the photos…
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas! See how celebs from Coco Austin to Kelly Clarkson to Drake to Maria Carey have been decking the halls at home.
Like Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster, and Chupacabra, Bill Murray is an elusive figure. So these celebs made sure to document their brushes with the comic legend.
It’s near the end of October, so we’ve put down our pumpkin-flavored snacks and drinks to share some of the best Halloween movies you can stream at home. Earlier, we shared films that are good for the whole family. Then we shared some flicks that are a little scarier but not too intense. This week, we’re going all in. Here are three Halloween movies that aren’t for the faint of heart that you can stream right now. The Conjuring
These celebrities had only dreams of stardom in their hearts back when these photos were taken. Take a look at these classic throwbacks of stars such as Chris Pratt, Hilary Duff, and Joe Manganiello before they were famous and just trying to make it big.