"I lost career opportunity. I lost money."
"Hollywood has changed. And there lies ahead of us a great deal of work to be done."
"It's scary how nobody stays together anymore." — Lindsay Lohan in 1998
Hollywood reminded the country that black actors are still black people — and they don't make for good victims.
Sorvino said the news made her burst into tears: "There it is, confirmation that Harvey Weinstein derailed my career, something I suspected but was unsure."
Uma Thurman, Lupita Nyong'o, Lena Headey, Cara Delevingne, Gwyneth Paltrow, Angelina Jolie, Ashley Judd, and more have come forward.
Klingt komisch, ist aber so.
Robert Downey Jr.'s amazing late '90s photo with Brooke Shields kicks off this week’s #ThrowbackThursday.
In the first look at the Divergent sequel, Tris (Shailene Woodley) is desperately trying to save her mom, Natalie (Ashley Judd), again.
Whatever faction they belong to... we want in. Divergent, starring Shailene Woodley and Theo James — now playing in theaters and IMAX. Tickets on sale now.
Watch Tris go from terrified to fearless!
Whatever Progress Kentucky is trying to do, it should probably stop right now.
"We’re going to make sure that this is prosecuted to the full extent of the law," McConnell aide Jesse Benton says of Juddgate.
"All in all, today showed why Senator McConnell's approval rating in Kentucky is a measly 37%," says American Bridge.
After a potentially embarrassing tape leaks, a master class in spin. "McConnell took their faux-drama and busted a cap in their ass," says Wilson.
Judd decides against taking on McConnell.
CPAC crowd unmoved by the big moment, video shows. No gotcha here.
How they built the White House in Louisiana then smashed it to pieces, and star Ashley Judd's political future. With an exclusive featurette on the making of the film.
The staffers who ran campaigns for Eastwood, Bono, Schwarzenegger, and Franken say the actress can win if she gets in early, stays local, and works like hell. Celebrity status can be like "a huge tire around the neck," says Padberg.
National Republicans aren't taking the actress' potential Senate challenge to Mitch McConnell lightly.
In 2010, she compared a mining practice to rape.
"This is not a movie role, this is a job application," says one Kentucky Democratic operative of Judd's potential Senate run.
January Jones finally nailed it, Heidi Klum miraculously looked slightly dowdy, and Sofia Vergara finally took her preferred mermaid look one step too far.
The actress represented Tennessee in the roll call of the states which officially nominated Barack Obama for the Democratic nomination.
Ashley Judd fought back this week against critics who called her "puffy." Who else has the media given flack for fat?
Rampant media attention over celebrities is par for the course. However, rarely do famous people take the time to respond in a thoughtful essay about our national obsession with misogyny.
I believe this is called "Billy Crystal-ing" your face. The photo on the left is from January 21st of this year, and the photo on the right was taken this past Monday.
Ashley Judd offers a sad, sobering look into the home life of her famous family.