"Inglourious Basterds" actress Diane Kruger, 42, gave the world its first glimpse of her baby bump while hailing a cab in N.Y.C. on Tuesday.
New York City-based Tinseltown couple Diane Kruger and Norman Reedus cemented their two-year-long romance with the $11.75 million, off-market acquisition of a handsome 19th-century townhouse in the bustling heart of New York City’s historic, charming and profoundly pricey West Village. Prominently sited across a postage-stamp sized island parklet from a reliably traffic thronged avenue, the […]
'The Walking Dead' has a plan for Andrew Lincoln's upcoming departure. We just don't know what it is yet.
The former couple prove they have the co-parenting thing down to celebrate their 18-year-old son's big day.
Catch up on the latest pop culture headlines, including big baby news for one famous couple.
The Season 8 finale had some surprises, as well as stories that are likely to play out in Season 9, including a potential new foe on the rise.
Ahead of the show's Nov. 5 return, Reedus shares stories of his son Mingus's chess skills and that time he hung out with Dave Chappelle and Bill Murray.
Glitter bombs, live chickens, a rogue blow-up doll and more: The history of the epic prank war between 'The Walking Dead' stars Andrew Lincoln and Norman Reedus.
To celebrate the Oct. 22 Season 8 premiere of The Walking Dead — the series’ 100th episode — Yahoo Entertainment will be posting a new TWD-related story every day through the season opener. Motorcycle jaunts with co-stars, beautiful scenery, exploration of local eateries and travel destinations with friends… that’s what’s on tap for Season 2 of Ride With Norman Reedus, The Walking Dead star’s travel series that returns to AMC on Nov. 5. As seen in the Yahoo Entertainment exclusive preview above, Ride Season 2 will feature Reedus’s adventures with pal and The Walking Dead co-star Jeffrey Dean Morgan in Spain, a road trip through the south of U.S. with Dave Chappelle, and, we’re guessing, a ride that begins or ends with something delicious to nosh when he meets up with Mario Batali in New York City.
To celebrate the Oct. 22 Season 8 premiere of The Walking Dead — the series’ 100th episode — Yahoo TV will be posting a new TWD-related story every day through the season opener. OK, if you’re one of the truly die-hard Norman Reedus fans, the ones who spend a good portion of their days plotting just how to get the chance to meet and lick the man so cool The Walking Dead powers that be created a character just for him, you may be familiar with many of the following facts. Rolo is a purple cartoon human, but he has some things in common with Daryl Dixon, including a vest, choppy bangs, and totally swole biceps.
The Walking Dead’s Josh McDermitt is never afraid to make himself the butt of a joke — just take one look at the fierce, 1980s hockey star’s ape drape that he has been rocking since he first joined the cast of AMC’s apocalyptic zombie drama in 2014. This fearlessness is exactly what attracted McDermitt to the role of Eugene Porter, the group’s engineer with an emotional spectrum as wide as a single strand of angel hair pasta. “He was so different from anything that I ever played, and a lot of the characters I play are loud and boisterous, big and crazy… the party animal,” McDermitt said of his supporting roles and appearances on shows like TV Land’s Retired At 35, AMC’s Mad Men, and TBS’s Angie Tribeca.
According to a study in The Hollywood Reporter, Robert De Niro will make $750,000 for each of twenty episodes of a new Amazon series from David O. Russell. The pair previously made Joy and Silver Linings Playbook, two of the only positively reviewed movies in which De Niro has appeared in the last decade. Meryl Streep has bested her former Deer Hunter costar with $825,000 per episode for The Nix, a J.J. Abrams produced project that doesn’t have a network attached and has nothing to do with Patrick Ewing.
Warning: The interview for “The Cell” episode of The Walking Dead contains storyline and character spoilers.
Norman Reedus has waged a full-blown “prank war” on his Walking Dead co-star Andrew Lincoln. The only problem is that the war is fairly one-sided.
Norman has had a ton of awesome zombie kills over his six seasons, but obviously there have been a few that stand out from the rest.
Warning: This recap for the “Not Tomorrow Yet" episode of The Walking Dead contains storyline and character spoilers. Another new, and surprising, romance sparks; a long-running romance ends, harshly; and Rick’s group finds out they may have grossly underestimated the Saviors. Negan’s introduction, as a result, seems likely to happen even sooner than the Season 6 finale. The Carol Show She’s been MIA since the midseason premiere, but Carol’s back in action in an opening montage that also keeps the series’ recent forays into comedy going.
Warning: This recap for the “Start to Finish” episode of The Walking Dead contains spoilers. Alexandria lost its original leader, two of the most capable people in town were duking it out with each other, the big bad Wolf is on the loose, Glenn still hasn’t reunited with Maggie, and things in general just got worse for those living under the Ricktatorship.
The Walking Dead fans are excitedly awaiting this weekend’s Season 6 premiere, but the episode’s director, TWD executive producer and special effects makeup whiz Greg Nicotero, had other pressing matters on his mind when he spoke to Yahoo TV this week. “I’m actually sitting in Norman [Reedus’s] apartment, watching his little robot clean his floors,” says Nicotero, who… wait… Norman Reedus uses a Roomba? It was lonely,” Nicotero says, before adding that he and TWD fan favorite Reedus were also “just talking about the next two days of craziness ahead of us. We’re so excited.” Related: ‘The Walking Dead’ Season 6: Everything We Know So Far Nicotero, Reedus, and most of the rest of the cast and producers are in New York City for the new season’s premiere, which will be seen by 17,000 fans at Madison Square Garden on Friday night.
There’s just one episode left: next Sunday’s Season 5 finale. Here’s where things stand with Rick, his friends, and the Alexandrians, who are probably regretting the arrival of the Grimes gang into their walled sanctuary: