Playwright Cori Thomas says Dustin Hoffman exposed himself to her when she was 16; she becomes the third woman to accuse the actor of sexual misconduct.
Kevin is not one to do the standard walk and wave.
Understanding Seagal’s strange pivot towards politics begins by understanding the various benefits world leaders have to gain by associating with him.
If you're wondering why James Corden sounds and looks like Walter White, that's because Bryan Cranston was guest hosting the "Late Late Show" for the night.
Seth Rogen turned 12 in 1994, which means he performed a standup set that got people belly laughing before he had his bar mitzvah.
How a reality TV provocateur became one of the beauty industry’s brightest stars.
Morrissey had to cancel his appearance at LA's Almost Acoustic Christmas concert this weekend. But thankfully the Killers were also part of the lineup, and they know a Smiths song or two.
James has done many a "Carpool Karaoke" this year and, each ride, he's had his passenger sing a holiday jingle with him. Here's a glorious, holiday mash-up of it all.
Kimmel was out last week while his baby, Billy, had a second open heart surgery. While he was gone, an array of famous faces took over his hosting job. Now, Kimmel's back with his happy and healthy little one in tow.
The gang's all here: Mark Hamill, Laura Dern, John Boyega, Daisy Ridley, Domhnall Gleeson and Kelly Marie Tran sat down with WIRED, providing answers to the questions we've been too ashamed to ask aloud.
"I think the floodgates have opened for white women," the actress and rape survivor said of the #MeToo movement, which coincided with her new memoir.
Kathryn Rossetter performed eight times a week with Hoffman in "Death of a Salesman" — but, she writes, a dream job soon became "a horrific, demoralizing and abusive experience at the hands (literally) of one of my acting idols."
Editors and writers discuss the ways David Foster Wallace's work influenced them and what it was like to work with him.
Famous person Melissa McCartney hosted "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" last night to shed light on a vast left-wing conspiracy while less famous person/progressive shill "Jennifer Oooniston" popped by to offer counterpoints.
And we're getting increasingly amped for "The Disaster Artist."
Thundercat: "You ever been in the car with someone and they put a song on and you just want to slap the shit out of them?"
James Corden gave the general manager of the iHeartRadio Jingle Ball concert at The Forum a break, taking over duties which include working with a host of famous faces.
Why she stands out on TIME's Person of the Year cover.
It's kind of ironic that a show called "Jimmy Kimmel Live" is so frequently guest-hosted by other people, but we don't really mind as long as we get other celebrities roasting Matt Damon every now and then.
Marshall Mathers became a megastar by partly tapping into the same disaffected white rage later mobilized by the "alt-right." But the rapper has made it clear he doesn't want to share fans with the president.
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