Honored for his humanitarian work at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Governors Awards, singer-actor-activist Harry Belafonte evoked Hollywood’s shameful racial past.
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.
The oddly inert big screen adaptation could be the start of a whole new genre: the musical that doesn’t want to be one.
Now that The Bridges of Madison County has closed on Broadway, its star reflects on why the show didn’t catch on — and what that means for the future of theater.
Adapting a motion picture for Broadway isn’t a new trend, but this season, there are several notable musicals based on classic films. Here’s how they compare to the source material.
Wait — which porn star was in Ghostbusters?
Artist Steve Payne has created a unique collection of digital paintings of male actors and singers for his “replaceface” collection.
After their first set of photos set the internet on fire, Town & Country has released more outtakes from the shoot.
Yes, Clint Eastwood’s son is our new obsession and we stalked him on Twitter and Instagram.
Because not every celebrity can have an illustrious music career like Lindsay Lohan.
If her previous Academy Awards emcee gig is any indication, we can expect a lot of audience participation at the 2014 Oscars!
Most celebrities consider it an honor to do a voice on The Simpsons, but not everyone is so eager. Here are 32 actors, musicians, and politicians who either turned down a role on the show or were cut from their episode.
And you’ll never guess who she’s stalking.
This man’s ensemble is the definition of American ingenuity.
It’s in the RNC Chairman’s office according to a CNN report. Here’s a photo of the chair at the RNC via a Republican source.
For every Dark Knight Rises, there’s an Oogieloves. Here’s a breakdown of 2012’s cinematic disasters.
While accepting his award — the Stanley Kubrick Britannia award for Excellence in Film — he launched into a discussion of politics and, by extension, Eastwooding.
For many of Hollywood’s most politically vocal stars, putting up cash to back up their words is just not in the script.
If someone doesn’t get the job done, you gotta hold ‘em accountable,” the serious movie star says in an ad for super PAC American Crossroads.
“If you don’t like it, don’t come down my street,” the anti-Obama homeowner told Burnt Orange Report.
Libertarian= minimum government, maximum freedom and lots of invisible humans in chairs.
The RNC star breaks his silence to The Carmel Pine Cone. “Everybody had advice for me, except the janitor.”
Coming soon to a convention near you.
“Like much of America.” Also: “Ted Kennedy changed my life.”
Democrats may be poking fun at Clint Eastwood for his speech at the Republican Convention, but back in February when he appeared in his “Halftime in America” Chrysler ad, the White House and Obama campaign were loving the movie star.
A campaign official laughs off controversy surrounding the movie star’s convention speech. Says the chair was a surprise, though.
The chair was empty… right?
Eastwood no longer has to talk to an empty chair.
ICYMI, #RNC2012 was off the hook. THNX CSPAN!
The Facebook post follows Clint Eastwood’s imagined conversation with Obama that took place as the movie star spoke to an empty chair in Tampa.