"My Little Pony" star Vanessa Hudgens shares everyone’s crush on Harry Styles — but will she buy these kids reporters a pony?
Director Daniel Destin Cretton and co-writer Dave Callaham share insights from "Shang-Chi" as the Marvel hit rules the box office.
Stars Melissa McCarthy and Chris O'Dowd and director Ted Melfi talk about the new Netflix drama "The Starling."
Cooper was stunned and turned down his mom’s offer, saying, “That kid would be on the front page of the New York Post every day of its life.”
Even with the help of one of greatest pitchers who ever lived, Fallon's pitch was barely even catchable.
“I think you guys are going to be upset that you decided to keep the wild cards,” Nick Cannon scolded the audience after this stunning result.
Stars Ben Platt, Amy Adams, Julianne Moore and Amandla Stenberg and director Stephen Chbosky explain how film changes stage show to create more "authentic" representation of teen mental health.
The late night hosts tackled everything from UN inaction and congressional corruption to how climate change will affect coffee drinkers.
The series, which was inspired by the show with the same name that ran from 1988 to 1993, is already resonating with fans after combining the humor with the heartfelt with the heavy.
The dunk king’s brief time on the show was not exactly a slam-dunk, but Season 6's first castoff still played like an all-star.
RZA talks about Season 2 of Hulu's "Wu-Tang: An American Saga," which depicts the rap group recording 1993's seminal album "Enter the Wu (36 Chambers)," and more.
Viewers at home didn't seem too concerned with the threat of a tropical storm, but the cast was moving quickly to evacuate.
“It's a parent's job to listen to your child, even when it's hard to understand them,” Jim Allen explained before performing with his 19-year-old son, Sasha.
Jennifer Grey revisits her classic movies, and explains why she's taking part in the Flu Shot Fridays campaign.
MacFarlane compared the news side of Fox and “their imaginary fairyland,” and the entertainment side that lives with them.
While viewers were not happy that Olivia Jade was cast on the show, they were happy to see Jojo Siwa and her groundbreaking appearance.
“Ariana, she is taking over. … She is incredibly sneaky,” Blake Shelton warned.
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While Alexander and other stars aired ‘grievances’ with the Television Academy, Dr. Phil showed up with some sage advice on how to finally win an Emmy.
Days after his death, Norm Macdonald is eulogized by his former "Saturday Night Live" boss, Lorne Michaels, and John Oliver during the awards show.
Nicolas Cage talks "Prisoners of the Ghostland," which he calls "the wildest film I've ever made."
The Hollywood Reporter has partnered with Yahoo to launch “The Immersive Red Carpet and Roundtable Experience,” which brings the Emmys red carpet right into your living room via augmented reality.
Striking a healthy work-life balance is a struggle that everyone grapples with, including "The Crown" star and Emmy nominee Gillian Anderson.
In THR's Emmy Awards Roundtable, Chris Rock spills the beans on his Jimmy Olsen role opposite Nicolas Cage in the doomed "Superman Lives.."