Well, it was quite a week.
Bruce Willis is all of a sudden retired from acting.
Will Smith apparently got away with assault on national television with millions of witnesses when he slapped Chris Rock. And awards shows don't generally uninvite the biggest stars...
I didn't watch the show, because other than the Country Music Awards, I don't watch award shows. But apparently, a couple of rich guys weren't able to get along. One made a joke about the other's wife. So the husband walked up on stage and slapped him. Then followed it up with some profanity that was captured in the audio.
Continuing our series on famous women from Montana for Women's History Month, we turn towards the bright lights of Hollywood, where a small town, Western Montana girl became one of America's most famous actresses.
Ellen DeGeneres certainly gave the 2014 Oscars ceremony the majority of its highlights, but audiences were left without a major "wow" moment -- and now we know why. The lovable and adorable Batkid, who took the world (and the internet) by storm, was originally supposed to make an onstage appearance alongside 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' star Andrew Garfield, but his segment was canceled at
If you're still laughing at the four fake YouTube movie trailers Jimmy Kimmel rolled out at on the special post-Oscars installment of 'Jimmy Kimmel Live,' the late-night host has a treat for you -- a hilarious behind-the-scenes look at just how they made some of Hollywood's most celebrated stars turn their talents to the outing.
Did you think that bit at the Oscars where host Ellen DeGeneres wandered into the audience to tweet a selfie with A-listers like Brad Pitt, Julia Roberts, Meryl Streep, Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper was a refreshing moment of spontaneity in an otherwise scripted affair? Wrong. The viral photo was actually part of a $20 million Samsung advertising campaign designed to promote the Galaxy Note