Showtime is taking on "the biggest story of our time" with the documentary series Years of Living Dangerously.
In the upcoming 9-episode series, celebrities including Matt Damon, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Ian Somerhalder, Harrison Ford and more will act as correspondents delving into the different impacts climate change has had and is projected to have on the world. The project aims to show the current and intensifying effects on everyday Americans, while demonstrating how they can take action and be part of the solution.
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"The things [scientists] talk about sometimes don't resonate with the public," Schwarzenegger told reporters during the show's Television Critics Association panel. "There are very simple messages, but only actors will get the ultimate attention. This is why it's important when you're [famous] that you look at the power of communicating and use it for something positive."
The 86th Academy Awards is less than a week away and the night is proving to be more star-studded than ever.
On Monday, producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron announced the complete slate of stars who will be on stage to present alongside the previously announced Daniel Day-Lewis, Jennifer Lawrence, Christoph Waltz and Anne Hathaway -- last year's acting winners.
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Between his film career, his charity work and his much-rumored dating life, George Clooney is usually too busy to get into feuds with other celebrities. However, in a new interview with Esquire magazine, Clooney has some fighting words for fellow A-listers Leonardo DiCaprio and Russell Crowe.
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Jimmy Fallon just got his ear pierced ... on TV ... by Harrison Ford.
On Friday night's Late Night, Fallon told the audience that he wanted to be just like the Indiana Jones actor and so he was having him pierce his left ear.
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"What's the worst that could happen, I could get an infection?" Fallon asked. "Nah. You could bleed to death," Ford responded.
As Fallon squirmed in his chair, Ford put on his gloves and proceeded to do the job. Did Fallon pass out? Watch below (only if you're not squeamish):