What a heart of gold this guy has.
We asked a bunch of owners and trainers who they’d choose to play their dogs in a movie. George Clooney made the list.
This “Inside The Actors Studio” clip is required viewing for all Cooper aficionados. Delightful!
The answer to your burning question about the Les Miserables actor.
Remember before the election when Will Ferrell said he would do anything to get you to vote? This guy voted, now he wants to collect.
Counting down from most to least believable.
The worst part is that the Avatar actor has a pretty hefty goatee in his mugshot.
Rubbable GIFs just got a whole lot more fun thanks to the cast of Magic Mike, Chris Evans, James Wolk and Justin Timberlake.
The cats are adorable, it’s just too bad they got sucked into these photo-ops.
The most famous vampire of this decade was once just another struggling actor in London. Oddly enough though, Nylon magazine took a photo of him randomly on the street one day for their street style book because they thought he looked cool.
Ladies and gentlemen, your Finnick Odair! If you’ve read the books, is this who you had in mind?
Introducing Henry Cavill. He — and a new teaser poster for “Man of Steel” — has got us all riled up about the latest installment of the Superman movies.
New evidence shows Ryan Reynolds has loved dogs since at least 1996.
Alternate title: Leonardo DiCaprio being adorable. Just because it’s Monday and you should start your week off right.
He’s so, so, SO hot right now.
When it comes to Saturday Night Live you probably don’t think of these people.
Amazing gene pools alert.
On “The Graham Norton Show” this week, Neeson did an awesome thing for his number one fan. Hopefully, all her friends have seen “Taken.”
Poor Chunk. He just can’t hang in little Lord Arryn’s audience chamber. UPDATE: Jeff B. Cohen, the actor who played Chunk, responds to BuzzFeed.
Even during the Golden Age actors and actresses still messed up their lines. They really weren’t so different than you and I.
Very surprised there’s no link to download desktop wallpaper for The Rock or The Hunt For Red October.
With The Dark Knight Rises set to release in July of this year, Christian Bale is back and looking pretty fine. But there’s something about this method actor that is somewhat unsettling. Maybe it’s the fact that he’s willing to starve himself to the brink of hair loss, or all of those temper tantrums he has on the set of productions.
James Whittemore, a 22-year-old actor alternately described by media outlets as “jobless” and “failed,” got drunk on Saturday night and smashed his way into the Ed Sullivan Theater (after being caught urinating on the doors by surveillance cameras). He proceeded to cause $5,000 worth of damage to the lobby and box office. Hopefully he takes this act on the road and trashes Leno’s theater.
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More urban pranksterism from Improv Everywhere, this time deploying an actor with an eerie resemblance to the Velázquez portrait of Spain’s King Philip IV to sign autographs at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. If you don’t get the gag, and because I’m prone to condescension, King Philip IV has been dead for 371 years.
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Daryl here is a member of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, and he’s already got a lot of solid roles under his belt. His handwriting screams “rapist”.
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“Actor” from St. Vincent is surging on Amazon.