Hollywood was left buzzing after Democratic candidate Joe Biden officially announced that Sen. Kamala Harris will be his running mate in this year's presidential race. Many celebrities shared their reaction to the news on Twitter, including actor and filmmaker Rob Reiner, who celebrated the fact that Harris is the first Black and South Asian woman […]
Carl Reiner, the iconic entertainer whose Hollywood career spanned seven decades, is being remembered after his death Monday at age 98.
Carl Reiner, the writer, producer, director and actor who was part of Sid Caesar's legendary team and went on to create "The Dick Van Dyke Show" and direct several hit films, has died. He was 98. He died of natural causes on Monday night at his home in Beverly Hills, his assistant Judy Nagy confirmed […]
"Pretty in Pink" director Howard Deutch shares behind-the-scenes stories from the making of the Brat Pack classic.
"We just have to grin and bear it," says Brooks, who used to dine nightly with his fellow comedy legend, of social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic.
The "Goonies" and "Lost Boys" star is working on a documentary in which he plans to name the late Corey Haim's alleged rapist.
The MVPs of Horror take us behind the scenes of their Stephen King classic, including how Bates scored the part after just one line.
Rumors of a reboot have star Cary Elwes, Jamie Lee Curtis ("I married the six-fingered man") and Sen. Ted Cruz speaking out.
Here's an exclusive outtake from the railroad tracks scene in which Corey Feldman's Teddy tempts fate to the horror of his friends.
There were many reactions to Mueller confirming that he didn’t charge Trump with a crime, including Alyssa Milano and John Cusack.
Rob Reiner looks back on the at his classic rom-com and reveals how his own post-divorce life inspired the story.
Many stars seemed united in their call on Congress to “step up” and “Impeach Trump.”
Trump shared his not-so-surprising reaction, but here's what some people who aren’t trying to hold on to an elected office thought...
Filmmaker reveals it took only one line in Kathy Bates's "Misery" audition before he hired her for an Oscar-winning role.
Rob Reiner says his new film is "about journalists trying to break through with the truth. Because unless the truth comes to the American public, they have no way of knowing how they can make decisions on their leaders."
Celebrities aren't just protesting President Trump's immigration policy from their social media accounts — they're traveling thousands of miles to show up in Texas to protest in person. Amber Heard, Mira Sorvino, Lena Dunham, Sia, Joshua Jackson, and others joined in the protest, while Evan Rachel Wood visited with detained children and went on a 24-hour hunger strike.
“If you have any interest in trying to preserve the democracy, and put it in the hands of somebody who understands government, who isn’t self-dealing, who cares about this country and the people in this country, then you’re helping Trump,” Reiner said in an interview earlier this week on The Hill’s “Rising” TV show with co-hosts Krystal Ball and Buck Sexton. “You’re helping Trump by saying ‘F— Trump’ because he can say, ‘Look at these people, these elitists,'” added Reiner, who defended De Niro’s right to share his opinion even as he found it tactically a mistake.
As the drama "A Few Good Men" celebrates its anniversary, the director Rob Reiner takes us back to filming the classic Jack Nicholson scene.
"Not only do I not agree with him politically, but I find him to be a disagreeable person," says acclaimed filmmaker Rob Reiner of President Trump on the eve of the release of his "LBJ" biopic.
Cary Elwes of "The Princess Bride" reveals the origin of the "mostly dead" scene and talks about crazy movie-based tattoos fans have bared.
The creators of the 1984 cult mockumentary "This Is Spinal Tap" can proceed with their lawsuit against Vivendi after the media giant's motion to dismiss the case was partially rejected, a U.S. court said on Thursday. Harry Shearer, best known for his voiceovers in "The Simpsons", sued Vivendi in February for $125 million of profits from the movie that he alleges he is owed. The three other co-creators, Christopher Guest, Michael McKean and Rob Reiner, then joined the complaint, bringing the total claim to $400 million.
The actor is unrecognizable in this dramatization of Lyndon Johnson's life following the assassination of JFK.
FBI Director James Comey testified in a hearing before the House intelligence committee on Monday, March 20. The hearing’s featured witnesses included Comey and Adm. Michael S. Rogers, the director of the National Security Agency.