The 53-year-old "Friends" alumna told New Beauty magazine that she regrets certain cosmetic procedures she had because they made her look worse, not better. This doesn't look right.' And it's worse in pictures than in real life," Cox said about the fillers and injections that she got. "I've had all my fillers dissolved.
The Oscar-winning actress acknowledged that her character has previously been portrayed as an older, grandmother-type with gray hair. "She's actually his aunt by marriage, so she can be any age really...it just depends when I met Uncle Ben," Tomei said with a laugh. "It's so much fun," Tomei added of being part of the franchise.
Otto Warmbier, an American college student who died just days after North Korea released him from prison while he was in a coma, will be laid to rest in his hometown of Cincinnati on Thursday. The funeral service began at 9 a.m. ET at Wyoming High School in Wyoming, Ohio, a suburb of Cincinnati, where Warmbier was the salutatorian of his 2013 graduating class. Hundreds of people were seen lined up outside the Pendery Center for the Arts, part of Wyoming High School, waiting to enter the auditorium for the funeral service.
ABC News contributor Chris Connelly has worked as an entertainment journalist for more than three decades, and in a new video-podcast, "The Callback," he reunites with people with whom he has spent time in the past to catch up on their lives and careers. In the first episode, which was filmed at SXSW in Austin, Texas, Connelly interviewed Judd Apatow, who produced two films that were shown at the festival: "The Big Sick" and “May It Last: A Portrait of the Avett Brothers.” In a wide-ranging conversation, Apatow discussed his comedy inspirations, his family, and how he selects his projects and collaborators. “May It Last: A Portrait of the Avett Brothers" is expected to premiere on HBO next year.
Although the hit series "Power" is set to start season four Sunday, its executive producer 50 Cent already knows when fans will be forced to say goodbye. The rapper, whose birth name is Curtis Jackson, also portrays Kanan, the nemesis of wealthy nightclub owner and protagonist James St. Patrick, played by Omari Hardwick on the series.
Audiences were first introduced to "The Gong Show," more or less a televised talent show with absurd prizes, in 1976, when it was hosted by Chuck Barris. Given the news cycle at the moment, the actor said in an interview with ABC News that his pitch to the network involved a reel "that highlighted what a bummer it is to live in the world right now," with "The Gong Show" serving as the antidote. "We're gonna have a collective nervous breakdown at this rate and we do need something.
Authorities are investigating the stabbing of an airport police officer at Bishop International Airport in Flint, Michigan, on Wednesday morning, as an act of terrorism, David Gelios of the FBI said Wednesday. The police officer, Lt. Jeff Neville, was stabbed in the neck, and is in stable condition and expected to fully recover, officials said. The suspect, who was taken into custody after the incident, was identified as Amor Ftouhi, 49, a Canadian man who legally entered the U.S. in Lake Champlain, New York, on June 16, and later traveled to Flint, Gelios said.
Harry was just 12 years old when his mother was killed in a car crash and he opens up about the struggles he grappled with after her death.
Christine Holland, then a senior, was part of the ABC News special report "Hidden America," on Strawberry Mansion High School.
At the time of Otto Warmbier's trip, Young Pioneer Tours described their excursions to North Korea online as "extremely safe."
Following Bono's on-stage tribute to Rep. Steve Scalise during a U2 concert, the band's frontman headed to Capitol Hill Wednesday, where he met with Scalise's staff.While there, Bono also signed a card for Scalise, who remains hospitalized in fair condition at MedStar Washington Hospital Center, following last week's shooting incident during congressional baseball practice at a park in Alexandria, Virginia."Bono met with #TeamScalise staff today, and signed get-well-soon cards for Steve and Capitol Police," read a tweet posted to Scalise's account. ...
There may be a record-setting heat wave taking over parts of the country, but HBO has the perfect way to cool you off -- a new "Game of Thrones" trailer. All your favorites grace the screen in this new teaser, including Jon Snow and Cersei Lannister, before we get a look at the real threat to Westeros -- the White Walkers.
A 10-year-old boy died in Alabama today after suffering an injury related to Tropical Storm Cindy, according to police. The Baldwin County Sheriff's Office said the boy had walked outside the waterfront condo where he and his family were staying in Fort Morgan, Alabama, and was standing only a few feet from the door when a large wave knocked a log into him around 10:30 a.m. The boy’s father was outside, but standing several feed away attending to other children. According to the latest forecast track, the slow-moving storm is expected to make landfall along the coast between Texas and Louisiana early Thursday.
Anthony Anderson says it's amazing to not only star in but write for a show like "Black-ish" that toes the line between drama and comedy, while putting a real message out there for young and old fans alike. For those efforts Anderson, who plays Dre, his co-star Tracee Ellis Ross (Rainbow) and the show itself have received Emmy nods. In one episode "Lemons," the show gives fans a look into the mental state and reasoning of someone who not only voted for Barack Obama, but also Donald Trump years later.