Oscar winner's rep responds to claims COVID vaccine caused his health crisis, more news

Emmy winner stops play due to breathing trouble as 'dystopian' Canadian wildfire smoke continues to spread. Plus, more news for June 8, 2023.

Actor turned environmental activist welcomes first child, reveals name, more stars who had babies in 2023

See all the celebrities who gave birth, expanded their families or revealed happy baby news in 2023.

Second woman accuses country singer of sexual assault, claims he recorded encounter without consent, more of country music's biggest scandals

From Morgan Wallen's repeated bad behavior and Jason Aldean's affair to The Chicks' George W. Bush vent, relive country's biggest scandals.

Cinema's memorable bathtub moments

The humble bathtub has proved a useful prop in numerous movies. In fact, some of the most endearing sequences in Hollywood history involve a hot tub or bubble bath, scenes where actors literally take the plunge and deliberately end up in hot water. But who's made the biggest splash in cinema? Click through and soak up this gallery of memorable bathtub moments.

Six ‘Gladiator 2’ Crewmembers Injured In Stunt Accident On Set

An accident during a planned stunt on the Morocco set of Paramount’s Gladiator sequel has left six crew members with non-life-threatening burn injuries, the studio confirmed Friday. There were no details of how the reported fire stunt, which took place June 7, went wrong. We hear that four of the six crew members remain in

The psychology behind why people hate certain celebrities

There are certain celebrities who inspire warm and fuzzy feelings from the public at large, and then there are some stars who draw vitriol due to problematic things they have said or done. And then there are the famous figures who just tend to grate on people's nerves, often without doing anything that's tangibly 'wrong.' But why do we have these extreme reactions to celebrities? Why do people get irked by Anne Hathaway but love Paul Rudd? Click through this gallery to find out!

19 superhero movies you need to watch

These superhero movies will make you a true believer in the power of comic book cinema

blink-182 singer heads to court over pine tree that's blocking his view, more stars accused of being bad neighbors

From Gigi Hadid to Drake, check out the celebs you don't want living next door!

10 Will Poulter Movies

Check out some of the best Will Poulter movies.

All About Kelis, the Artist Who Released Smash-Hit 'Milkshake' Two Decades Ago

Between her breakout into the music scene and her recent culinary endeavors, here's everything to know about singer-songwriter Kelis

Mayim Bialik: What To Watch If You Like The Jeopardy Host

When you are not watching Jeopardy!, check out these other Mayim Bialik movies and TV shows.

19 Actresses Who Have Thrived After 50

Here are 20 amazing actresses over 50 whose careers have continued to flourish.

‘Mending the Line’ Review: In a Moving Drama, Brian Cox and Sinqua Walls Are War Veterans Who Help Each Other Heal

it has a deceptively placid surface and a turbulent undertow that catches up to you.

28 Horror Movies That Are Over 90% On Rotten Tomatoes

These are some of the greatest horror movies of all time.

Celebrity Headshots From Before They Were Famous

These stars look so young!

Transformers: Rise of the Beasts is fuel for fans with a new flavour (and a funny Pete Davidson)

The era of Michael Bay Transformers is over and it's a much-needed change, says CBC's Eli Glasner as director Steven Caple Jr. presents a new epic with a flavour all his own.

Disturbing finds in celebrity autopsies

Death is always tragic, and the death of a celebrity can indeed affect many people. While it is true that many stars have died in bizarre circumstances, we've only discovered how unusual some of these were after an autopsy was conducted. Many famous figures have died of overdoses or other incidents, but sometimes there is more to it than meets the eye... Browse through the following gallery and discover more sad and disturbing details found in celebrity autopsies.

Actor who staged a comeback after getting canceled turns sixty, more older leading men when they were young

See what some of your favorite stars of yesteryear looked like early in their careers when they were young men.

Cover songs that are better than the originals

It's easy to earn success recording someone else's song. However, in many cases, cover versions are better than the originals, whether by adding an innovative twist, spanning genres, or even changing up the structure of the tune to make it more one's own.

9 Shows Like “Never Have I Ever” to Fill the Void After the Fourth and Final Season

Our time at Sherman Oaks High School has come to an end. Season 4 of Netflix’s Never Have I Ever is the final chapter (😢) for Devi Vishwakumar and her besties, Eleanor and Fabiola. From her sophomore year to senior year at Sherman Oaks High School, we’ve watched Devi navigate make-ups and break-ups, love and loss, and what it truly means to be a good friend, daughter, and student. But Princeton is calling, which means it’s time to say goodbye to Devi. As the credits roll on the series finale, you might be tempted to hit play on season 1, episode 1, but there are tons of shows like Never Have I Ever to fill the void long after John McEnroe delivers his last words of wisdom. Whether you’re looking for a lighthearted high school series that will remind you of the Sherman Oaks halls, or another of co-creator Mindy Kaling’s hit shows, we’ve curated the best options to watch back-to-back. Keep scrolling for a list of our favorite shows like Never Have I Ever — drama, complicated love triangles, laughs (and maybe even some tears) guaranteed.

Films we were excited about based just on the title

tThere are times when you see the title of a movie and think “I’m in.” These are the films that had us on the title alone.

Ray Liotta's cause of death confirmed a year after he died, more news

Kim Zolciak divorcing amid financial woes, Taylor Swift and rumored beau exchanging secret messages on stage, more news for May 8, 2023.

Jimmie Allen Dropped by Record Label After Second Sexual Assault Lawsuit

BBR Music Group dropped the country star, who has strongly denied allegations made in a prior lawsuit, after a second woman made sexual assault claims against him.

Celebrities with birthdays in June

‘Never Have I Ever’ stars say it's ‘terrifying’ to leave the show behind

"Never Have I Ever" tied up every character's story and the actors opened up about saying goodbye to the popular Netflix series.

‘Music Is My Spirituality’: Rapper Smilez Overcomes Grief on His Debut Album

"This is me to a tee," Smilez says as he breaks down five songs from Ur In My World

Country singer and former 'One Tree Hill' actress announces pregnancy after six months with new fiancée, more stars who are expecting

See which stars are currently pregnant or preparing to expand their families in 2021.

The world's most historic radio broadcasts

Before the advent of television, and even for sometime after, the radio was at the epicenter of news and entertainment. Seemingly every household had a radio nestled into a corner or front-and-center in the living room, and family and friends would gather around the set to listen to narrative radio shows, historic sporting events, or announcements from world leaders that changed the course of history. While these days the radio has taken a backseat to TV and the internet, there's no doubt that it was once the primary connecter between individuals and the world at large. Wars began and ended, speeches were given, and music was enjoyed, all through radio waves. With all this said, read on to learn about some of the most iconic broadcasts in radio history.

Every cameo that Alfred Hitchcock made in his films

Over his career, Hitchcock had 36 confirmed cameos in his movies. Beyond those, there are some speculative cameos as well. We’ve cataloged them all, the ones we are sure of and the ones that are a mystery, the kind that Hitchcock himself would probably be proud of.

9 Batman Actors Who Have Also Played Other Gotham City Characters

Playing the Dark Knight was only the beginning for these Batman actors.

David Byrne and Broadway Musicians’ Union Reach Hiring Agreement for Here Lies Love

A dozen musicians will now provide the show’s live score, following union pushback over the new production

It's over for Grammy-winning country music star amid alleged 'trust issues' stemming from whirlwind marriage and divorce, more news

Country music star Carly Pearce splits from boyfriend of two years amid alleged trust issues stemming from her divorce, plus more love news.

It's not Jan. 6 but Trump has another problem with a driver, more pics to make you giggle

See the celebrity photos that will make you laugh out loud this week.

Shawn Mendes criticized for using Canadian wildfire imagery to promote his new single

Mendes wrote "What The Hell Are We Dying For" on Wednesday, as smoke from Canada wildfires darkened the New York City skyline.

The late Queen Elizabeth's only sister, Margaret: the story of her beloved friend

Shawn Mendes Faces Backlash For New Song ‘What The Hell Are We Dying For’

Following the surprise release of Shawn Mendes' new song “What The Hell Are We Dying For”, written about the devastating wildfires in Canada, the singer is facing some backlash over the single’s cover art, which features a photo of Manhattan’s orange haze due to the fires.

The Best Juno Temple Movies And TV Shows

These are the best Juno Temple movies and TV shows.

21 Popular ‘90s Movies That Are Actually Terrible

These movies have not aged well...

The 20 best guilty pleasure songs

Flip through the slideshow below for 20 of music's catchiest guilty pleasures, from "Walk Like an Egyptian" to "Stacy's Mom."

Prince Harry's MGN court case: celebrity and press reactions

Sentimental Country Songs About Dads for Your Father's Day Playlist

These powerful lyrics about fatherhood will have you reaching for the tissues. Country music has a way of bringing out the emotions in all of us, whether we're listening to sad country songs, romantic lyrics, or even funny country songs. And nothing is better than rolling down the windows and belting out the lyrics to a summer country song on a warm-weather roadtrip. But the genre has a lot to say about families and parenthood, and it's no more evident than in these country songs about dads. Whether it's a song about a son who has lost a father or a father's ode to his own child, the relatable lyrics are guaranteed to tug at your heartstrings. On Father's Day or any time of year, listen to these songs by Luke Combs, Keith Urban, Chris Stapleton, and more, and reflect on the impact a father can have on his family. Share them with your own dad or with friends who are going through hard times. Just be sure to have a box of tissues on hand. These tearjerkers are bound to bring up some feelings.

Former talk show host checks into treatment center as son fears her alcohol usage 'might be fatal,' more news

Katherine Heigl reflects on being branded as 'difficult,' Morgan Wallen is cleared to sing again, more news.

Paul Geoffrey, Actor in ‘Excalibur,’ ‘Greystoke,’ Dies at 68

Paul Geoffrey, an English actor known for his roles in “Excalibur” and “Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes,” has died. He was 68. Geoffrey died on June 3 in Santa Fe, N.M. from a battle with cancer, the Santa Fe New Mexican reported. “A thespian to the core, Paul continued to act

Amy Schumer Explains Why She Stopped Taking Ozempic

Amy Schumer is getting honest about the effects of taking Ozempic. While appearing on “Watc What Happens Live With Andy Cohen”, the actress revealed the reasons why she ultimately stopped using the drug, which aids weight loss. “Like a year ago, I tried it. I was one of those people that felt so sick and

11 Great Movies Inspired By Greek Mythology

From Disney's Hercules to Henry Cavill's Immortals, there are truly so many movies inspired by Greek mythology out there.

Music Review: Jess Williamson's 'Time Ain't Accidental' spans the American west and human heart

“Time Ain’t Accidental” by Jess Williamson (Mexican Summer) Jess Williamson’s fifth solo album “Time Ain’t Accidental” incarnates 2023 through a lyrical road trip that unpacks America, its western landscapes, reckless storms and evanescent roots, transforming country music’s legacy into her own search for redemption. Merging the grit of heartbreak ...

Former One Direction Members Today: Relationships, Splits, Babies and More

One Direction may be on an extended hiatus, but Harry Styles, Niall Horan, Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson and Zayn Malik have continued to make music — and headlines — over the years. After forming and finishing in third place on the U.K.’s version of The X Factor in 2010, One Direction released four successful studio albums — Up All Night, Take Me Home, Midnight Memories and Four. Following five years as a group, however, Malik was the first to leave the band, announcing his departure in March 2015. “My life with One Direction has been more than I could ever have imagined. But, after five years, I feel like it is now the right time for me to leave the band,” he said in a statement at the time. “I’d like to apologize to the fans if I’ve let anyone down, but I have to do what feels right in my heart. I am leaving because I want to be a normal 22-year-old who is able to relax and have some private time out of the spotlight. I know I have four friends for life in Louis, Liam, Harry and Niall. I know they will continue to be the best band in the world.” In order to view the video, please allow Manage Cookies Horan, Payne, Styles and Tomlinson went on to release a fifth album, Made in the A.M., sans Malik. Shortly after the record dropped, however, the remaining band members announced they were taking an extended hiatus. Less than a year later, Us Weekly broke the news in that the foursome decided “not to renew their recording contract,” ultimately calling it quits as a band. “The 1D thing just ran its course,” an insider dished to Us in January 2016. “They’ll remain friends, but they are exhausted and want solo careers.” Sign up for Us Weekly's free, daily newsletter and never miss breaking news or exclusive stories about your favorite celebrities, TV shows and more! Scroll through for an update on where the former 1D stars are today:

John Wayne: the Wild West's favorite movie star

Mention John Wayne and some of Hollywood's most celebrated Westerns gallop into mind. Over a career that spanned half a century, the "Duke" appeared in more than 140 movies, many of them set in the Wild West and considered classics of the genre. Off camera, Wayne cut a sometimes controversial figure, and frequently espoused social and political views in public that today would be deemed unacceptable. Wayne died over 40 years ago, but his work still influences actors and filmmakers. Click through the following gallery for an appreciation of one of cinema's legendary action heroes.

Oscar winner shares that 'my children are all queer,' more stars with LGBTQ children

See which stars have supported their lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and nonbinary kids -- and the few who haven't.

Celebrities you might not know are related

You’ve got siblings like Peyton and Eli Manning or parent-and-child situations like Will and Jaden Smith. However, not every family connection is that obvious or that well-known.