He's won two Oscars, five Emmys and four Golden Globes, but Tom Hanks can now add another accolade -- America's most trusted celebrity.
Forbes Wednesday published its 2014 list of the most trustworthy celebrities, ranking more than 6,600 stars by a weighted combination of trustworthiness and general appeal. Based on public opinion polling, Hanks topped the list with a trustworthiness score...Read more »
Eva Mendes plans to chow down on pizza and watch a sappy Ryan Gosling movie this Valentine's Day -- but will she do so alone or with Gosling himself?
When answering a question about her Valentine's Day plans on yesterday's episode of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," the actress kinda sorta addressed recent rumors that she and beau Gosling have split.
"I'll probably just order deep-dish...Read more »
If you’ve played one Lego video game, you’ve pretty much played them all, the biggest difference having to do with the license attached to each one (like “Star Wars” or “Harry Potter”).
“The Lego Movie” is a great film, but the video game doesn’t achieve the same lofty height.
Closely following the plot of the film, the game is about everyman Emmet and master builders, including...Read more »
Robin VanValkenburgh showcases special Valentine's collection of ceramic figurines
Classic childhood tales are brought to ceramic life by artist Robin VanValkenburgh, whose figurines combine human and animal creatures that evoke the sense of stories from our youth -- picture an 18.5-inch tall anthropomorphic bunny-cowboy mix. VanValkenburgh will be showcasing and signing her work at PIQ Grand...Read more »
Kings of Leon are infamous for playing deep set lists full of rarities ... and hating you for only wanting to hear "Sex on Fire." During a recent interview with Shortlist.com just before the release of their sixth studio album "Mechanical Bull," the band waxed poetic on how they've come to accept fans shelling out good money just to hear the hits:
"We'd play some of our deeper-cut songs --...Read more »
Selena Gomez has broken her silence following last week's revelation that she spent time in rehab in January.
Late Monday night, the 21-year-old posted a smiling photo of herself on a boat with a caption that appeared to address her two-week stay in an Arizona treatment facility.
"I've done everything I could to the best of my ability. Thank you for the unconditional love and cyber hugs....Read more »
Peanut butter and jelly. Ham and cheese. Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio. Some things just go well together.
Help celebrate a fruitful cinematic collaboration at a film retrospective of the works of Scorsese and DiCaprio with screenings Thursday and Friday, as well as a Q&A Thursday with DiCaprio, film editor Thelma Schoonmaker and writer Terence Winter before a screening of "The...Read more »
Practicing law is certainly time-consuming.
Practicing law while also writing seven monthly comics featuring the likes of Superman, Wonder Woman and She-Hulk seems like an unwieldy task, but that's the current workload for Brooklynite Charles Soule.
"I think [it's] because they're so different that I'm able to do it," Soule says. "If all were a weird horror book or a superhero romance...Read more »
Samuel L. Jackson's recent interview with a Los Angeles TV station got a lot of attention when the anchor apparently mistook him for Laurence Fishburne. But look past that awkward encounter with KTLA's Sam Rubin and you'll find a revealing moment when it comes to the "RoboCop" remake.
"When I heard they were making a remake, I wondered why," Jackson says on the program. "I read it, still didn't...Read more »
Shirley Temple Black, who lifted America's spirits as a bright-eyed, dimpled child movie star during the Great Depression and later became a U.S. diplomat, died late on Monday evening at the age of 85, her family said in a statement.
Temple Black, who lured millions to the movies in the 1930s, "peacefully passed away" at her Woodside, Calif., home from natural causes at 10:57 p.m. local time,...Read more »