Ellen Page announced that she is gay during an inspiring speech Friday at a conference organized by the Human Rights Campaign.
"I'm here today because I am gay," the Juno star said, receiving a standing ovation at the Time to THRIVE conference in Las Vegas. "And because maybe I can make a difference. To help others have an easier and more hopeful time. Regardless, for me, I feel a personal obligation and a social responsibility."
After a disastrous short program competition Thursday's Winter Olympics, which saw Evgeni Plushenko withdraw and retire shortly before he was scheduled to take the ice, the bad luck continued into Friday's free program.
Frontrunner Yuzuru Hanyu of Japan fell twice during his program, seemingly leaving it open for Canada's Patrick Chan to take gold. But when Chan took the ice next, the skater suffered several stumbles and never quite recovered.
Jason Isaacs has been cast as the lead role in USA's thriller Dig, TVGuide.com has learned.
The Awake star will play Peter, an FBI agent stationed in Jerusalem whose murder investigation of a young archeologist leads him to uncover a conspiracy 2000 years old.
Jane Krakowski will star in Fox's pilot Dead Boss, TVGuide.com has learned.
The comedy-mystery project tells the story of Helen Stephens (Krakowski), an overachiever who's wrongfully convicted of murdering her boss. Helen is then forced to rely on her train-wreck sister to prove her innocence.
Poppy Montgomery, Ari Graynor
CBS has announced premiere dates for new comedy Bad Teacher and returning drama Unforgettable.
Bad Teacher, which is based on the film of the same name, will premiere ...
Sports Illustrated 50th anniversary swimsuit edition
After two consecutive years of Kate Upton, the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue has decided to go in a different direction for its anticipated cover. In fact, the magazine went in three different directions.
Nicki Minaj has apologized for using a famous photo of Malcolm X with a rifle in his hands as promotional art for her new song "Lookin A-- N----a."
The rapper posted the photo Wednesday on her website and Instagram (both have since been taken down) and was quickly barraged with complaints regarding her insensitive juxtaposition of the image with a racial slur.
John Singleton, Tupac Shakur
John Singleton is back as director for the untitled Tupac Shakur biopic, Variety reports.
Singleton was previously linked to the project, but when the deal fell through two years ago the film's development stalled.