This year's shows will, needless to say, look very different from what we're used to seeing
A photo of actor Donovan Leitch has gone viral after it was wrongly identified as Steve Buscemi, with Twitter users using the opportunity to show love for the "Boardwalk Empire" actor.
The "Call Me By Your Name" star referred to the controversy as "vicious and spurious online attacks" against him.
Shortly after many people shared news of the Bond girl's death, reports circulated that Roberts was still alive on Monday. On Tuesday, it was confirmed that she died of a urinary tract infection.
Baldwin and Messing promised to wear a mask, while others called for more action to help those affected by lockdowns.
Wearing a messy blonde wig and sloppy red lipstick, the actor emulated the viral witness video to hilarious effect to show just how ridiculous the testimony was.
The actor told MSNBC that COVID-19 "wants to beat you," in a sobering recount of his experience with the virus.
Improv Everywhere created an office that floats in the middle of the East River, much to the delight of passing boats and jet skis.
With the arrival of the first images featuring Tom Holland as Nathan Drake, some fans are upset that Fillion didn't reprise the role he had in a 2018 fan film.
In the lengthy Twitter video shared on Sunday, Ice Cube expressed skepticism about politicians, but singled out Democrats more. Ice hadn't said he's pro Trump but confirms communication.
The actress thanked the show's creators for giving her a breakout role, and gave props to the entire cast and crew who helped make the Netflix series possible.
In a lengthy Twitter thread, actor William Jackson Harper called out the order for censoring some difficult aspects of American history.
"If you are the lowlife scumbag who sucker-punched Rick Moranis, you better turn yourself into the cops before the rest of New York City catches up with your a**," one fan tweeted on Friday.
The actor also criticized commentator Ben Shapiro in a response to his tweet warning about white supremacists.
The actor was convicted of three misdemeanor counts of failing to file tax returns between 1999 and 2004. Meanwhile, President Donald Trump reportedly failed to file his taxes for 10 years.
Letterman's third season of the longform interview show will debut on October 21.
After a second night of dancing, two couples landed in the bottom two, leaving the decision up to the judges to decide who would go home and who would stay.
Some people defended the term, saying its a common sports term for an underdog victory, while others said that Zendaya was anything but an underdog for anyone who watched "Euphoria."
To celebrate National Teddy Bear Day, the CBC shared an old video of Keanu Reeves when he was first breaking into the entertainment world, reporting on a Teddy bear convention.
If you're hoping to watch a 2003 action-comedy starring Ryan Reynolds, Mint Mobile has you covered with its free streaming service.
After a series of concerning Instagram posts, the actor told fans that he's okay, a day before he turns 29.
"Robin's Wish" features interviews with people who knew the actor talking about the disease he battled in his last days, Lewy Body Dementia.
The two celebrities have maintained a strong friendship since co-starring in the spy-series "Alias" in the early 2000's.
In an interview with Gwyneth Paltrow, Cameron Diaz spoke at length about her reasons for quitting acting and pursuing other projects.
Konefal has been a part of the iconic soap opera since 2017.
"if you wear a MAGA hat, you may be fired, or if you say, 'I like what President Trump did the other day,' you might be fired, completely removed from the set, and that's wrong," the actor told "Newsweek."
"What the hell are y'all doing? Y'all want racial equality. We all do. I don't understand how insulting another group helps our cause. I don't understand in any shape or form."
The actor tweeted out his plans for a studio that would "do projects that Hollywood would never do."