The "True Detective" star has said he is considering a gubernatorial run in the Lone Star State but betting companies can't seem to agree on whether or not he has a shot.
"Growing up, people would want to become friends with me so they could meet my dad," Chet Hanks said in 2011.
The "Chernobyl" and "Friday Night Dinner" actor died on April 5 at age 54, his agents said Tuesday.
The "Iron Man 2" actress said she's made a career out of courting controversy but downplayed her political views.
"It was a true honor being a small part of George Segal's amazing legacy," Adam F. Goldberg, the creator of ABC sitcom "The Goldbergs," tweeted following Segal's death on Tuesday.
The veteran actress and activist, 83, is protesting against the controversial Enbridge Line 3 replacement in the state.
Hollywood is mourning the late Yaphet Kotto, known for his roles in "Alien" and "Live and Let Die."
Glenn Close has been nominated for an Oscar and a Razzie for "Hillbilly Elegy," joining a very select few who have received nods from both ceremonies for the same role.
The viral "Commercial VO Challenge" asks TikTokers to race through four pieces of ad copy in their most persuasive voices.
Without a doubt, the exclusion of Michaela Coel's "I May Destroy You" looks to be the most egregious oversight among the 2021 Golden Globe nominees.
The late star of Harry Potter, Die Hard and other classics is trending on social media as people all over the world pay tribute to his life and career.
Baldwin and Messing promised to wear a mask, while others called for more action to help those affected by lockdowns.
The Oscar-winning actor advocated for "aggressive centrism" in a recent podcast with Russell Brand.
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 followup to June's "Bear Witness, Take Action," will feature panel discussions with celebrities, activists, and scholars to talk about the next steps to be taken towards racial justice.
Coronavirus has made the holiday look incredibly different this year as many people prepare to spend it away from loved ones to reduce the spread of the virus.
"You know how there's a whole class of white dudes, like just schlubby white dues who went to high school with me but now made it in showbiz?" the comedian said in the viral interview.
Before he was Jacob Black in "Twilight," a whole generation wearing 3-D glasses knew Taylor Lautner as Sharkboy and they aren't happy that he won't be a part of the upcoming movie "We Can Be Heroes."
The "Black Panther" star for many people seems like an obvious choice for 2020's Sexiest Man Alive,
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.
Crews—no stranger to Twitter storms—has come out in support of Pratt, who has been lambasted over speculation about his political beliefs.
Sam Jr. was a screenwriter and the son of John Travolta's older brother Sam. The "Pulp Fiction" actor's wife Kelly Preson passed away in July.