Whitney Houston's family has made it clear that they do not endorse the Lifetime film depicting the late singer's life. More »Whitney Houston's Sister-In-Law Pat Lashes Out Against Lifetime Biopic
Milla Jovovich is pregnant with baby number two and she seems to be craving for Michelle Rodriguez to have a little one too. The actresses shared a lengthy phone conversation with Interview magazine and Michelle explained she has unfinished business to tend to before she takes on the role of a lifetime – motherhood. I'll get a surrogate," Michelle told her gal pal. More »Michelle Rodriguez In No Rush For Kids, Not Chasing Biological Clock
Getting into character for her role in "Cake" was anything but a piece of… well, you get it… for Jennifer Aniston. Jennifer assumed the part of Claire Simmons – a woman who suffers from chronic pain. "The leg was shattered, the back was broken, the neck," Jennifer told Access Hollywood's Liz Hernandez of her character's condition. More »Jennifer Aniston Faces Worst Fear For 'Cake'; Reveals Dream Superhero Role
Margaret Cho, always hilarious and outspoken, is defending her Golden Globes bit saying only non-Asian people took issue with the recurring skit. The comedian/actress visited Access Hollywood Live on Friday for her first TV interview since appearing at the Globes, where she was dressed in a military uniform while acting as a North Korean member of the Hollywood Foreign Press, a comedy bit that came together just a day before the show. "Tina [Fey] told me about it a couple of weeks ago, then I came in on Saturday, the day before [the Golden Globes]. We talked about it, I wrote all the jokes and [Tina and Amy Poehler] helped me put it together," Margaret told Billy Bush and Kit Hoover. More »Margaret Cho Talks Golden Globes, Racism & North Korea (Exclusive)
Kevin Hart is the latest celebrity to share his thoughts on Bill Cosby. Though the 77-year-old comedian has been accused of sexual assault and drugging by nearly 30 women, Hart still counts Cosby as one of his comedy heroes. Cosby has not been charged, and his attorney has denied claims of abuse. More »Kevin Hart Weighs In On Bill Cosby Sexual Assault Controversy
Ian Ziering and Tara Reid are going at it for a third time in "Sharknado 3," it was confirmed Thursday. Ian already seemed committed to the project when he spoke to Access Hollywood's Liz Hernandez in December. "Thank God we've got an amazing director Anthony C. Ferrante who is able to take that script and tell a story that is so epic that it's so hard to believe that that's part of the fun. More »'Sharknado 3': Find Out Which Original Cast Members Are Returning!
"Selma" actress Lorraine Toussaint is keeping the film's Oscar dreams alive, rather than dwelling on snubs in certain categories. "Listen, [director] Ava DuVernay is a masterful filmmaker. Ava DuVernay will not be denied. "David Oyelowo should have gotten [nominated for] Best Actor. More »'Selma's' Oscar Snubs Not Spoiling Lorraine Toussaint's Celebration Of Noms
Gwyneth Paltrow continued her adorable and amazing tour, stopping by "The Tonight Show" on Tuesday, where she showed off her singing skills. The Oscar winner didn't sing a pop song or a ballad, instead opting for something with a little more edge. Earlier on Tuesday in an interview with Howard Stern, Gwyneth spoke candidly about ex Chris Martin and her thoughts on who the singer is currently dating. More »Gwyneth Paltrow Performs Broadway Versions Of 'Anaconda' & 'Started From the Bottom'
The 87th Annual Academy Award nominations were announced Thursday morning with some notable serious snubs, as some of this year’s favorite big screen performances and films failed to earn Oscar nominations. "The Grand Budapest Hotel" and "Birdman" led the Oscar noms with nine each, but some actors, actresses, directors and films (who were previously recognized by the Golden Globes) received few or no nods from the Academy. Was Jake Gyllenhaal's stellar performance in "Nightcrawler" too dark for Academy voters? "Selma" star David Oyelowo, who many thought would earn a nomination, was also left out. More »Oscars Snubs 2015: Jennifer Aniston, Jake Gyllenhaal, Ava DuVernay & 'Lego Movie'
Anne Hathaway took "Song One" co-star Johnny Flynn under her wing to show him the ropes of filming a love scene. More »Anne Hathaway Took Shot Of Whiskey Before Love Scene
Gwyneth Paltrow revealed Wednesday on Howard Stern's radio show who the true love of her life was – and it's probably not who you're thinking. "He was kind of the love of my life," she said of beloved father Bruce Paltrow, who died at age 58 from pneumonia while celebrating Gwyneth's 30th birthday in Italy in 2002. "I definitely fell in love with [Brad Pitt]. I mean, he was Brad Pitt!" she said of her ex-fiancee, who she split from in June 1997. More »Gwyneth Paltrow Candidly Reveals True Love Of Her Life
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Chris Hemsworth's "Sexiest Man Alive" title was more than evident on "The Tonight Show" on Tuesday when the actor got drenched and danced! "It probably did me more harm than good, to be honest," he told Jimmy Fallon. More »Chris Hemsworth Continues To Be 'Sexiest Man Alive' With Wet T-Shirt Dance
Chris passed away before the film was finished, and Access Hollywood sat down with Bradley to find out about how he prepped to play the most lethal sniper in U.S. military history, and details on their friendship – including the last time the actor spoke to Chris. The main thing that I remember is I liked him, I liked the sound of his voice," Bradley told Access at the "American Sniper" junket. More »Bradley Cooper On 'American Sniper' Preps & Getting Chris Kyle's Approval
Billy Bob Thornton is interested in his ex's husband's ex! After taking home a Golden Globe for "Fargo," the actor revealed to Access Hollywood's Billy Bush and Kit Hoover that when given a choice between various leading ladies, he'd pick Jennifer Aniston, every time. You have to pick one… Jennifer Aniston or Reese Witherspoon?" Kit asked the actor, who was previously married to Angelina Jolie, who is now married to Brad Pitt, who was previously married to Jennifer Aniston. "Jennifer Aniston," Billy Bob said. More »Billy Bob Thornton Reveals 'Lifelong' Goal To Be With Jennifer Aniston
An angry fan took #NotMyChristian straight to the man himself, Jamie Dornan has revealed. The Irish hunk, who plays Christian Grey in "Fifty Shades of Grey," said he's well aware his casting in the upcoming BDSM-themed big screen romance didn't go over well with some fans – including a few who have made their discontent very (awkwardly) well known. "The other day, this woman came up and started shouting at me, 'Matt Bomer's the real Christian Grey,'" Jamie told ELLE magazine, in an interview for their February issue. "I mean, even if you cast Matt Bomer, or Alexander Skarsgard, or Charlie Hunnam, or any of those other guys—we'd all just be doing our best, you know?" he told the mag. More »'Fifty Shades': Jamie Dornan Screamed At By Haterade-Drinking Matt Bomer Fan