Actress Selma Blair had a reason to smile at discovery+'s Television Critics Association panel for her upcoming documentary Introducing Selma Blair: Her multiple sclerosis is in remission. "My prognosis is great," the former Cruel Intentions star said. "Stem cell [treatments] put me in remission. It took about... Read More.
Vampire Diaries alum Ian Somerhalder opened up about a bad financial decision that resulted in him falling into an eight-figure debt. The actor, while celebrating wife Nikki Reed's 33rd birthday, credited her for helping him survive the financial hit. Taking to Instagram, the 42-year-old actor named Reed... Read More.
Luke Bryan is opening up about his battle with COVID-19. Ahead of the ACM Awards on Sunday, Luke revealed that his wife, Caroline, served as his caregiver while quarantining at home in Nashville with the virus, which he says presented him with "challenging" symptoms. "Certainly the key to feeling... Read More.
(LONDON) -- (NOTE LANGUAGE AND CONTENT) Westworld star Thandie Newton's name is actually "Thandiwe," but thanks to a misspelling in the credits of her first film, 1996's Flirting, she's gone by Thandie in dozens of projects. But that was then... Read More.
(LOS ANGELES) -- Sharp viewers of Kristin Wiig's movie Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar, which premiered on Friday, may have noticed that the actress subtly revealed the names of her Avi Rothman’s twins, born last year. Kristen and... Read More.
(LOS ANGELES) -- Jennifer Lopez started 2020 with a brand new mindset when she took over the Super Bowl halftime stage and included a direct homage to her 2019 film Hustlers during her empowering routine. As for why the 51-year-old singer decided include pole dancing in her performance, which... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- The military thriller The Outpost, based on the true story of one of the bloodiest engagements of the War in Afghanistan, hit number-one on iTunes, GooglePlay and other VOD platforms. The end credits song, "Everybody Cries," was co-written and sung by... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Lucy Liu has made a name for herself by starring in movies like Charlie's Angels and Kill Bill -- but she says her journey to success was anything but easy because she had to work twice as hard as her white counterparts. Liu, in a Saturday interview... Read More.