Brad Pitt seems to have it all — except the ability to remember who you are.
In a recent interview with Esquire, the actor revealed he believes he has prosopagnosia, also known as face blindness.
Charlie Sheen is going back to his roots for Machete Kills. According to a screengrab obtained by TMZ, Sheen will be billed by his birth name, Carlos Estevez, for the upcoming film.
Jimmy Kimmel is a notorious prankster, but it turns out his biggest one yet was only an accident. Contrary to reports, it turns out the comedian was only joking about purchasing the nearly $2 million nude Bea Arthur portrait.
Apparently Jimmy Kimmel is a very generous friend.
There's a reason why they call Mike Darnell the "dark prince" of reality TV. Darnell, who on Friday announced his exit as the president of alternative entertainment at Fox, is still best known for his in-your-face fare like Joe Millionaire, Alien Autopsy: Fact or Fiction, The Swan, When Animals Attack and Man vs. Beast.
Some of those shows, like Who Wants to Marry a Multi-Millionaire and Temptation Island, led to juicy TV scandals. (It's why the New York Times once billed him as TV's "point man for perversity.") But Darnell also oversaw the biggest TV phenomenon of the past decade: American Idol, a show that was unbeatable in its prime...
January Jones rarely speaks about parenthood — but she says in a new interview she feels "healthy and peaceful" as a single mother.
Fox's longtime head of alternative programming Mike Darnell, who helped launch American Idol and Joe Millionaire, is leaving his post after 18 years, he announced Friday.
The Rocky Horror Picture Show star Tim Curry is recovering after suffering a major stroke, the UK's Daily Mail reports.
Blake Shelton is once bringing attention to his home state, Oklahoma, to help raise money for the victims of the tornado that ripped through the state earlier this week.
Nothing like a good old fashioned Hollywood dustup on Twitter — especially when they're the kids of famous people.
"Just wish things could be easier sometimes mann," Kendall Jenner, 17, wrote to her more than five million Twitter followers on Tuesday night, prompting the ire of Frances Bean Cobain, the daughter of rockers Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love.
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