Every comedian — at least me, I'll speak for myself — wants to be considered an actor. ... I've kind of played arch characters that come in and try to be kind of crazy and leave. So I was excited to actually hunker down a little bit. 'Feel the Earth,' as my yoga teacher would say.
Olivia de Havilland has filed an opposition to FX and Ryan Murphy's motion to dismiss her "Feud" lawsuit.
The 101-year-old "Gone With the Wind" star, who sued FX Networks and Murphy's Pacific 2.1 Entertainment Group over her depiction in their Emmy-nominated docuseries "Feud: Bette and Joan," is trying to get their motion dismissed.
The two-time Oscar winner, who was played by Catherine Zeta-Jones in the eight-episode docudrama, served as a narrator of the storied rivalry between legendary actresses and De Havilland contemporaries Bette Davis and Joan Crawford.
It's been 29 years and 51 weeks since the world first met the Tanner family, and nothing's been quite the same since. After eight seasons, the ABC show wrapped up in 1995 before being revived last year.
The "Full House" legacy lives on via Netflix's "Fuller House" and centers around D.J. (Candace Cameron Bure) and Stephanie Tanner (Jodie Sweetin) and BFF/irritant Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber) as they traverse their adult lives, still trapped in the same home they grew up in.
On Friday, a new trailer for Season 3 debuted, and the women acknowledge how strange it is to still be in the same place they were decades ago. But they quickly brush it off and focus on the imaginary anniversary when they became a family.
CBS' "The Late Show" has been off all week as Stephen Colbert prepares to host Sunday's Emmy Awards.
The world is a cold and empty place without Colbert available to comment on ridiculous events in Washington, D.C., and beyond, but Thursday night offered a little relief as the former "Daily Show" correspondent stopped by "Jimmy Kimmel Live" to talk shop.
"You rarely see two middle-aged white men talking on television anymore," Colbert quipped to Kimmel as he took the stage.
Coming on the heels of her Tuesday acknowledgement that she suffers from fibromyalgia, Lady Gaga took to Twitter to announce she has been hospitalized for severe pain and is unable to play her scheduled show at Rock in Rio on Friday.
"Brazil, I'm devastated that I'm not well enough 2 come to Rock In Rio. I would do anything 4 u but I have to take care of my body right now," Gaga tweeted Thursday morning.
The "Bad Romance" singer then begged the country for patience and promised she would make up the show soon.
Hüsker Dü drummer Grant Hart had been working on and off for years on "Savage Young Dü," a box set culling from the band’s demos and other unreleased recordings, a project that he had hoped to see the light of day while he was still alive.
"‘Can you get it out before I go?’” Shipley recalls Hart asking him in March, which he included in a heartfelt statement issued Thursday. His relationship with Grant dates to 2010, when Shipley reached out to start discussions for a box set, which after years of wrangling is set for release on Nov. 10.
The trailer for Ridley Scott's "All the Money in the World" debuted Thursday and showcases a nearly unrecognizable Kevin Spacey as American oil magnate J. Paul Getty, then the richest man in the world whose fortune built the J. Paul Getty Museum.
The action in Scott's latest thriller revolves around the notorious miser and his actions during the 1973 kidnapping of his 16-year-old grandson, John Paul Getty III (Charlie Plummer) — the tragic scion of the oil dynasty — and Getty's estranged daughter-in-law's (Michelle Williams) efforts to get him back.
"To be a Getty is an extraordinary thing," young John Getty says in the trailer. "My grandfather wasn't just the richest man in the world. He was the richest man in the history of the world."