Actress Mary Lynn Rajskub played a counterintelligence expert in the spy drama “24,” but in her new memoir, she claims to have been duped into an unwanted kiss from late right-wing broadcaster Rush Limbaugh. According to Rajskub’s book that came out Tuesday, “FAME-ISH: My Life at the Edge of Stardom,” that forced kiss came in 2006 when she was invited to a conservative gathering in Washington, ...
When Dennis Hopper met Brooke Hayward on a Broadway stage in 1961, you wouldn’t have expected the two actors to connect, get married and help shape the cultural landscape of Los Angeles in the ’60s. Hopper was a wild card, a Method actor who’d made his Hollywood debut in “Rebel Without a Cause,” and at 24 had already earned a reputation as a stubborn maverick determined to be an artist in ...
Listen now: We recap "Dr. Strange," look ahead at upcoming movies and talk with NBA great John Salley about his new film "Sneakerella."
“Nobody puts Baby in a corner.” Is there anyone on the planet who doesn’t know the famous line Patrick Swayze’s character Johnny Castle utters in the 1987 movie “Dirty Dancing?” But the reality was nobody could put Swayze in a corner. The star died in 2009 at the age of 57 from pancreatic cancer and to this day, it’s rare that one can turn on the television and not see one of his films airing ...
ORANGE COUNTY, Calif. — Melissa Talmadge Cox knew Grandpa Buster had made a bunch of silent movies long before she was born, but it wasn’t until after Buster Keaton died and Cox was in college that she saw one. “I was absolutely speechless when it ended,” Talmadge says of the movie, “Steamboat Bill Jr.,” that she watched at a silent film fest in the late ’60s. “Here was this person I had never ...
We chat with Ben Foster and Barry Levinson about "The Survivor" and look at series finales dropping on Netflix for "Ozark" and "Grace & Frankie," plus debuts including "We Run This City" on HBO.
When a show is as popular as “Wicked,” there are heightened audience expectations, says actor John Bolton.
This week we have a very cool interview with Robert Eggers, director of a new Viking epic The Northman, and take a real deep dive with how much we absolutely loved Everything Everywhere All At Once. We also can't wait to see the new Nicolas Cage bonanza, The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent.
Mads Mikkelsen has revealed Harrison Ford went mountain biking at 5am on the set of 'Indiana Jones 5'.
Aaron Paul was "crushed" to miss out on a cameo in 'Weird: The Al Yankovic Story’ due to testing positive for coronavirus.
German actress Diane Kruger remembers when she first drove through a Hollywood studio’s gates.
Mads Mikkelsen says it was "chaotic" replacing Johnny Depp in 'Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore' as he only had two days to make a decision about the role of Gellert Grindelwald.
The toxic behavior that’s chronicled in “Swimming with Sharks,” a new Roku series, isn’t as far-fetched as viewers might think.
Elvis Presley's greatest hits are set to be given the cover treatment in a bid to get a new generation into his music.
Sandra Bullock has told how she would no longer feel "comfortable" watching her good friend Channing Tatum strip off in the 'Magic Mike' film franchise, since they became close friends.
David Lynch is not debuting a new film at the 75th Cannes Film Festival, calling speculation "a total rumour".
Renée Zellweger is keen to step into Bridget Jones' shoes again.
Walker Scobell has been cast as Percy Jackson in the new Disney Plus adaption of author Rick Riordan's book series.
Jake Gyllenhaal believes his role in 'Spider-Man: Far From Home' made him change his outlook on his acting career.
Mark Wahlberg says his latest role 'Father Stu' was his most important movie yet, as he felt it was crucial to do a movie which "challenged " him as an actor.