“Let’s just set the record straight: I did not say that,” the "Wedding Crashers" actress says.
Kristen Stewart, Mackenzie Davis and the cast of "Happiest Season" talk acclaimed new holiday rom-com.
"The Christmas Chronicles 2" director Chris Columbus describes how much the veteran actor really, really likes playing Santa Claus.
Here’s one more reason to get excited for the return of "Saved by the Bell": The 2020 reboot of the classic ‘90s sitcom will address one of Bayside High’s juiciest storylines — that time that Jessie Spano got hooked on caffeine pills.
Goldie Hawn was on “The Late Late Show With James Corden” Tuesday night, where she talked about meeting country music legend Dolly Parton.
After shutting out the overly confident Barack Obama, Stephen Colbert was anything but gracious in victory.
"I’ve been hurt by so many women, and so many no’s in this industry," said Corvo, as she prepared to sing a Diane Warren-penned Cher hit.
The new show will feature the franchise's first transgender character, played by Josie Totah.
Glenn Close, Amy Adams and Ron Howard talk new Netflix drama "Hillbilly Elegy."
Soon after the winner was crowned, viewers took to social media to express their disagreement.
Giuliani made staggering claims of voter fraud in Detroit without providing evidence just moments before admitting to exaggerating.
When John Legend swooped in to steal Chloe Hogan, Gwen jumped out of her red chair and exclaimed, “I already hate you! I’m so jealous right now!”
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Pennsylvania’s lieutenant governor couldn’t help but laugh in response to a federal judge throwing out Trump’s lawsuit challenging the election in the state.
Talking the stage bruised and bloodied, the night's top nominee dedicated his award to Prince, saying, "He's the reason I get to constantly challenge the genre of R&B."
John Ratzenberger's incredible run with Pixar started 25 years ago with the studio's first feature "Toy Story."
The Jersey City-born heroine isn’t just an important fixture in the MCU of tomorrow: She’s front and center across all of Marvel’s various platforms, including comic books, animated series and video games.
The "Last of the Mohicans" star hopes to see more representation for Native Americans on film and television. “We’re getting to see Natives in contemporary situations and still bringing it as skins — as Indians. It’s never enough, and never soon enough, but we’ve got to live with the world we have.”
Kevin Costner shares memories from making Oscar-winning "Dances With Wolves" as film turns 30.
Rachel Maddow opens up about the struggle she has had after her partner's harrowing experience with COVID-19,
Carlson has invited Trump attorney Sidney Powell to come on his show on numerous occasions to provide evidence of voter fraud but she has declined.
Steve McQueen’s new anthology series is comprised of five feature-length films inspired by real-life stories of racial injustice from England’s recent past. But many of these stories happen to be playing out in America’s present, from the inequities that have been exposed in our justice system to the biases that permeate police departments across the country.
In the vein of 2007's Enchanted comes Godmothered, a Disney+ comedy in which Jillian Bell’s bright-eyed fairy godmother-in-training collides with the general misery of the real world. Bridget Jones’s Diary director Sharon Maguire helms the straight-to-streaming feature, which co-stars Isla Fisher (Wedding Crashers) as a single mom in desperate need of a “happiness makeover.” Low-stakes, self-aware holiday fare that doesn’t involve princes, switches, and multiple Hudgenses? We’ll take it.