Entertainer Elton John and longtime mate David Furnish officially married Sunday on the ninth anniversary of the day they entered into a civil partnership.
Late-night TV fans might not even realize what a holiday gift CBS presented when it announced British comedian James Corden will take over for Craig Ferguson on March 23. And now, of course, everyone’s waiting to see him in the Rob Marshall film “Into the Woods,” which will be released Christmas Day.
Sony Pictures Entertainment co-chairman Amy Pascal says British actor Idris Elba should be the next 007.
Actor, film director and activist Sean Penn said Friday that Sony’s decision to cancel the release of “The Interview” after a North Korean cyber-attack on the company sent a “commanding invitation” to Islamic State militants.
Actor “James Flacco” has a big fan in the White House.
Hollywood star George Clooney circulated a petition supporting free speech rights within the industry as Sony Entertainment was dealing with a cyberattack from a group linked to North Korea — and no one signed it.
Hollywood has just joined forces with Al Sharpton and his National Action Network after a meeting with Sony Pictures Entertainment co-Chairman Amy Pascal.
“Amazing America with Sarah Palin” has a new star guest slotted for the reality show’s Season Two — rocking conservative Ted Nugent.
Whoopi Goldberg and Rosie O’Donnell traded fiery barbs on the set of “The View” during a discussion of what constituted racism that centered of President Obama and his wife and their recent descriptions of perceived discriminatory treatment.
Olympic gold medalist Michael Phelps was sentenced to 18 months of supervised probation Friday after pleading guilty to drunken driving, his second drunken driving charge since 2004.