Do you pee before, after, or — god forbid — during the movie?
The X-Men director is expecting a child with Queer As Folk actor Michelle Clunie.
ABC's Thursday night lineup is filling its call sheet with some very recognizable faces this season. This list will be updated throughout the 2014–2015 season.
The actress, now 81, reflects on her career in an interview with WYNC's Death, Sex, Money podcast. It's amazing.
We can't all be Joan.
Citizenfour is a nonfiction film that makes the present feel like science fiction. And it'll change your mind about paranoia.
How to Get Away With Murder is the new Litchfield.
It's plastic surgery shaming, yes, but also about how we think Renée Zellweger is supposed to age.
Five television seasons, but it's always early autumn. Sorry in advance, Aria.
A civil rights fight that was thought to have been eradicated years ago is nevertheless taking place in the entertainment industry. So why is Hollywood still "painting down" stuntpeople?
Because of the movie's LGBT content. UPDATED.
Nearly 10 years after her last leading role, the beloved actress looks back at her career, her self-imposed acting hiatus, and why she's back with the riveting Nightcrawler — for now.
Change is coming to the pay-TV business. It's going to be a bloodbath — and not everyone will survive.
Jones, who has been writing for the show since January, will be SNL's second black female cast member this year, after Sasheer Zamata was hired earlier in January.
The six-time Emmy winner tells BuzzFeed News about the highs, lows, and insane experiences she's encountered in her 25-year career.
Welcome to Mystic Falls, bitch!
"You raped women, Bill Cosby."
SimpsonsWorld.com launches Oct. 21 and will allow you to visit Springfield all day, every day.
Are you a Pawneean or an Eagletonian?
In honor of the anniversary of the movie's release on Oct. 19, 1973, here's a tribute to the most amazing love story ever told. Except for the ending.
There many be only one Tree Hill but the gang was all together in Paris.
Shortly before filming the sixth season of the cult comedy, Pudi is giving musical theater a go with Found.
Meet Justin Simien, the director of Dear White People, the movie everyone's going to be talking about. "In a nation that is increasingly more diverse, you're at a handicap the more you refuse to see the world through other people's points of views," he told BuzzFeed News.
Annalise Keating (Viola Davis) dared to go bare on Thursday night's How to Get Away With Murder. WARNING: Spoilers ahead if you haven't seen the fourth episode!
From rimming to Eiffel Towering, Scandal and How To Get Away With Murder are forever altering how sex is shown on network TV.
The cast of HBO’s critically beloved show gathered for a reunion as part of the 2nd Annual Paley Festival in New York. Sorry, Stringer and McNulty fans: Idris Elba and Dominic West missed it, but sent videos.
Has this seriously been coming since Season 3?! WARNING: Spoilers ahead for the Oct. 16 episode, "Only Mama Knows."
So long, Bella; hello... Oscar? The Twilight actor is leaving behind mainstream fare to rebrand herself with a trio of ambitious dramas this year.
"Who Peggy is eventually is what gets her to where she is," Moss told BuzzFeed News of her Mad Men character.
It's the first broadcast network to create a stand-alone streaming option for viewers.
Warner Bros. confirmed that the first instalment will be directed by David Yates, who directed the last four Harry Potter films.
Things are not good.
They scare because we care.
The current, sixth season, will be Archie Panjabi's last as the world's best investigator, and it won't be the same without her.
See the stars of the beloved film, which celebrates its 19th anniversary on Oct. 20, as they were in 1995 versus today.
If he ever hosts the Grammys, he'll have an EGOT for hosting. A BuzzFeed News exclusive.
"Oh my god, that's such a 'Big' thing to say!" SATC writers Michael Patrick King and Jenny Bicks respond exclusively to BuzzFeed News. UPDATED with a statement from Noth.
In the show-within-the-show. A BuzzFeed News exclusive!
Twenty years ago, Wes Craven resurrected Freddy Krueger in a meta-horror film that starred Nightmare on Elm Street lead Heather Langenkamp as herself. Now, the writer-director and star reflect on New Nightmare's influence on the ever-evolving face of horror.
Legal snoop Kalinda and her boots of justice will be exiting the CBS drama at the end of the sixth season.