Joaquin Phoenix had just claimed his first victim of the day, or so it seemed when an angry interviewer emerged from the actor's hotel room.
Omar Sharif first appeared in Western cinema as a mirage.
As the senior Muslim correspondent on Jon Stewart's "Daily Show," actor Aasif Mandvi parodied some of the media's most absurd notions about Islam, the Middle East and essentially any brown culture that qualified as "foreign."
Drug dealers or dorks? Hip-hop or punk rock? Harvard or the 'hood?
The new cover of Vanity Fair features a glamorous woman you've never seen before, yet she's already become one of the most famous faces in America.
By the time Rock in Rio had wrapped up its two-weekend run in Las Vegas on Saturday night, more than 172,000 people had attended the event’s U.S. debut, 4,000 had ridden zip lines 64 feet in the air and 20 couples had been married on the festival’s grounds just off the Vegas Strip.
Nothing is sacred in Las Vegas, not even a serenade by the beloved Ed Sheeran, who played the main stage Friday night at the Rock in Rio festival.
Baby boomers, take a deep breath.