Although Frances McDormand got her Oscar back within hours, other stolen Oscars have not been found as quickly. Some were gone for years, and some have never returned.
Whoopi Goldberg, Judd Apatow, John Lithgow, and more reflect on the legacy of "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" in an upcoming tribute special.
As President Donald Trump delivers his State of the Union address Tuesday, actress and activist Alyssa Milano will host what she’s calling resist and persist counter-programming.
Donald Sutherland gives a heartfelt thank-you to Whoopie Goldberg for her speech summing up his career in November at the 2017 Governors Awards.
The “View” hosts sparred with Huckabee and Sanders over Trump’s controversial statements about women and white supremacists and his pardoning of Sheriff Joe Arpaio.
Apparently, at some point in the ’90s, the normally clean-shaven Lowe was rocking the Inspector Clouseau cosplay look, and Whoopi has the evidence.
While nowadays she’s most closely associated with her hosting duties on The View, Whoopi Goldberg is an Oscar-winning actress with acclaimed credits like The Color Purple, The Player, The Lion King, and Ghost to her name. Goldberg was being recognized for these films and more at this weekend’s D23 Expo in Anaheim, where she was honored as a Disney Legend — and where Yahoo Movies wondered if she would ever be interested in reprising the role of Deloris Van Cartier, a lounge singer forced into witness protection at a convent, in Sister Act 3.
Filmmakers, animators, and cast members reunited to reminisce about the making of the film — and disclose some fascinating facts about a project they once nicknamed Bambi in the Jungle. Here are the highlights.
Whoopi Goldberg was named the "surprise" Disney Legend Friday at the D23 Expo in Anaheim, and she had some surprising things to say about the most infamous film in the studio's history.
News of Jamie Foxx's real name, Eric Marlon Bishop, made the Internet lose its mind over the weekend — but he's not the only celebrity who has changed his or her birth name.
On Friday morning, TheBlaze host and commentator Tomi Lahren expressed a strong pro-choice stance on her debut appearance on The View. The 24-year-old proclaims herself a voice for a generation of young conservatives who don’t feel represented across the nation. Lahren has been an outspoken supporter of President Trump and his travel ban, but she apparently disagrees with one of his beliefs.
On Wednesday’s The View, Damon Wayans shared the trick his family played that made them so funny, explaining that the kids played a game called Make Me Laugh or Die.
On “The View” on Monday, Whoopi Goldberg addressed a recent story written about her on an admittedly fake news website that she says put her family in danger due to reaction to the story.
While addressing employees at the Department of Housing and Urban Development on Monday, Ben Carson compared slaves to immigrants in his speech.
“The View” is in Walt Disney World Resort this week, and co-host Whoopi Goldberg decided it was a perfect time to pay a visit to some unsuspecting park guests. She greeted the delighted line at the Haunted Mansion. Two lucky park-goers even got to experience a Whoopi photobombing before she headed over to croon with the Dapper Dans.
A four-night miniseries about the gay rights movement — as well as the women’s movement, and the civil rights movement — When We Rise carves out a huge chunk of history to dramatize. It was created by Dustin Lance Black, who won an Oscar in 2008 for his screenplay for Milk, the biopic about the assassination of gay San Francisco politician Harvey Milk (played by Sean Penn). The new miniseries is constructed around a diverse group of real LGBT activists, primarily Cleve Jones (Guy Pearce), Ken Jones (Michael Kenneth Williams), and Roma Guy (Mary-Louise Parker).
It's been an extremely long and stressful election season. And it seems the closer we get to Election Day on Nov. 8, the more heated and bizarre things have become for presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. While the country is clearly divided, an overwhelming majority of celebrities (Scott Baio and Stephen Baldwin excluded) have thrown their support behind Clinton. Some have gone as far to say that they will flee America if Trump is elected president.
Nowadays, celebrities from reality stars to Oscar-winning actors have their own product lines, and it’s getting tough to keep them straight. Allow Yahoo Celebrity to occasionally present you with some of the stranger ones.