As we all know, bullying is not a new phenomenon, and the issue of picking …
Fred Armisen and Our Town’s own Billy Zane are the latest stars to jump aboard Ben Stiller’s “Zoolander 2,” the sequel to his 2001 supermodel spoof flick.
Aziz Ansari, who ended his popular seven-season run on “Parks and Recreation,” has inked a deal to star in a new comedy series for Netflix.
Catherine Cleary Wolters, the real-life inspiration for the character Nora Jansen/Alex Vause in Piper Kierman’s book, “Orange Is The New Black,” has penned her own non-fiction memoir.
For folks that can’t wait until Friday to see Nick Kroll in his new film, “Adult Beginners,” they can jump the gun and go to a special early screening of the flick.
Lindsay Lohan got caught in a case of social media foot-in-mouth-itis Tuesday as she managed to insult Arabs — when she intended to broadcast an inspiring message in the Arabic language.
A source inside Kanye West and Kim Kardashian’s camp confirmed Wednesday the high-profile couple was insulted — and actually quite miffed — by Amy Schumer’s red carpet stumbling stunt.
Superstar Lady Gaga — who has become a popular part-time Chicagoan, thanks to visits with her “Chicago Fire” fiance Taylor Kinney — joined by her mom, Cynthia Germanotta, was front ‘n center Tuesday for her “Born This Way Foundation’s” benefit ride at SoulCycle Chicago.
When it comes to finding material for her standup act, comedian Rita Rudner doesn’t have to go far.
“When I think about things that make me laugh — and hopefully my audience will find funny — I simply only have to talk about what’s happening in my life.
While Blake Lively’s character does not age past her late 20s in “The Age of Adaline,” the actress is glad her new film is a fantasy and that she — like the rest of us — will experience the process of growing old, and even says she looks forward to it.