Kristen Stewart was a big winner Nickelodeon's Kids' Choice Awards Saturday, as she took home awards for Favorite Movie Actress for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 2 and Favorite Female Buttkicker for Snow White and the Huntsman.
Though Stewart admitted she was afraid to accept the awards out of fear of being slimed, she escaped mostly unscathed. The same couldn't be said for other celebrities, including Sandra Bullock, Neil Patrick Harris and Nick Cannon, Josh Hutcherson and Amanda Seyfried were covered in green goo before the night was over.
You don't have to hire Vinny Van Lowe to know that Veronica Mars fans are one dedicated bunch of marshmallows. And after all these years since VMars went off the air — six, to be exact — all that waiting, tweeting and praying might pay off: The Veronica Mars movie is actually going happen! But only if you're willing to help.
Creator Rob Thomas and star Kristen Bell launched a Kickstarter campaign Wednesday to raise money for the project, with a goal of $2 million in 30 days. If the goal is met, the movie would begin shooting ...
It was the dress that caused many a double take and even spawned a Twitter account, but now Anne Hathaway is apologizing for what she wore to the Oscars — or more specifically what she didn't wear.
Hathaway, 30, was supposed to wear a Valentino gown to Sunday's ceremony, but decided on the now-infamous severely cut Prada dress instead to avoid a major red-carpet no-no. "It came to my attention late Saturday night that...
In what's becoming a post-Oscars show tradition, Jimmy Kimmel debuted the trailer for the "star-studded" Movie: The Movie 2V, the sequel to his trailer from last year, Movie: The Movie.
Tatum and Jamie Foxx stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live after the Academy Awards ceremony to talk about their new movie, White House Down. They also performed a musical number with Kimmel, which featured Foxx on piano and Tatum reprising some of his sultry dance moves from Magic Mike. Check out the clip below:
Peter Sarsgaard has been cast as the new villain in AMC's The Killing, Entertainment Weekly reports.
Sarsgaard will play a Death Row inmate who's been in and out of jail since he was a kid. He joins series regulars Mireille Enos and Joel Kinnaman, as well as new cast members Max Fowler and Elias Koteas.
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