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How did five of the original big screen Avengers mark the release of Avengers: Infinity War? By getting matching tattoos of the superhero team’s logo from New York-based inker, Josh Lord, and by jointly giving Lord a rather less steady-handed version of that tat.
Ahead of the release of "Avengers: Infinity War," the cast parodied "The Brady Bunch" theme in what could be considered an "Avengers" origin song.
Blake Lively, who was injured on the set of the film "The Rhythm Section," may be dealing with a bum hand, but her abs? They're mighty fine.
In an interview with Yahoo Entertainment, the actor and producer talked about his relationship with Cox, which ran across the "Scream" films and beyond.
Scarlett Johansson and cast mates from the Avengers franchise will perform a benefit reading of Thornton Wilder's Our Town on November 6 at Atlanta's Fox Theatre. So far, Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans and Mark Ruffalo have signed on for the reading of Wilder’s American classic, with Kenny Leon directing the event, which is being organized by Johansson. The star promises additional, surprise appearances by celebrities and friends. All proceeds from the one-night-only…
Images from a secret photo shoot surface on stars' social media as a who's-who of the Marvel Cinematic Universe gather in Los Angeles.
Weeks after the actress was spotted making out with "SNL" star Colin Jost, ScarJo was photographed holding hands with a different “mystery man.”
Some superhero sidekicks are so good that they need more screen time of their own, such as Anne Hathaway’s Catwoman, Idris Elba’s Heimdall, and more.
Saturday Night Live pulled Alec Baldwin back in this week for a sketch imagining that Donald Trump will still be president in the year 2018. Having host Scarlett Johansson play Ivanka was probably an inevitability — the actor’s glossy beauty is itself a gloss on Ivanka’s: they both end up complimented by association. The ad was nauseating but not because it “attacked” Ivanka.
Madonna, Shia LaBeouf, and Chelsea Handler are drawing criticism for their anti-Trump rhetoric. Celebrities are given a unique platform to bring awareness to certain issues, and many do not take that for granted. In the case of last year’s election, stars came out in droves to support Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
Cyndi Lauper visited the Clubhouse on "Watch What Happens Live" Wednesday night. Andy Cohen asked Cyndi what she thought about Madonna’s fiery speech at the Women’s March in Washington, D.C., and Cyndi said she was glad Madonna was there, but thought her speech could have been better.
One day after Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th president, protestors took to the streets of Washington, D.C. — and other cities around the world — in opposition of the reality star's policies not just on women's rights but human rights. While celebrities stayed away from the inauguration, they came out in droves for the Women’s Marches with Amy Schumer, Charlize Theron, Scarlett Johansson, Katy Perry, Amy Poehler, Chelsea Handler, Madonna, Lena Dunham, America Ferrera, and Ashley Judd among those lending their voices to the cause. And, yes, many of them rocked pink pussy hats.
In stark contrast to yesterday’s inauguration of President Donald Trump, the streets of Washington, D.C., were flooded with hundreds of thousands of women, men, and children on Saturday in support of the Women’s March on Washington. The event started as a Facebook initiative posted by a Hawaiian woman sharing her despair over the election results with a small group of women, and it quickly blossomed into a national rallying cry for everyone to unite in support of immigrants, women and their reproductive rights, the LGBTQ community, and others whose freedoms are threatened under the current political climate. The event attracted some major star wattage as well. Scarlett Johansson, America Ferrera, Ashley Judd, and surprise guest Madonna were a few of the power speakers.
On Jan. 21, one day after Donald Trump takes office as president, more than 200,000 people are expected to participate in the Women’s March on Washington. Protest rallies are also planned across at least 30 cities nationwide, from Los Angeles to Washington, D.C. The purpose of the march is to send a bold message to the new administration and the world that women’s rights are human rights.
On The Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon and the Roots were joined by the cast of the new animated movie Sing to do an a cappella version of Paul McCartney’s holiday song, “Wonderful Christmastime.” Reese Witherspoon, Scarlett Johansson, Matthew McConaughey, and Seth MacFarlane all chipped in and were then joined by the Beatles legend himself.