Sofia Vergara is making it rain — with bullets, that is.
The Modern Family actress uses her assets as an assault weapon by donning a machine gun bra in the new poster for Robert Rodriguez's upcoming Machete Kills, the sequel to his 2010 film Machete. And if the poster (first revealed by Entertainment Weekly) is any indication, Vergara's character, Desdemona, isn't shy about unleashing her arsenal.
Madeleine Stowe, Mel Gibson
Mel Gibson may not have many friends left in Hollywood, but he can count his former co-star Madeleine Stowe among them.
The Revenge star, who appeared with Gibson in the 2002 movie We Were Soldiers, tells Katie Couric that she still considers Gibson a friend and praised the humanitarian work that he has done with his ex-wife Robyn Moore.
Mel Gibson's stepmother Teddy Joye Hicks Gibson has petitioned for a domestic violence restraining order against the actor, TMZ reports.
According to documents filed in Los Angeles on Monday, Teddy, 78, fears for her own safety. Among the complaints, Teddy says, "Mel became incensed and began acting like a wild man" when trying to discuss the health of her husband, Mel's father. "He was so close that I could feel his spit hitting my face." Teddy also claims Mel and his sister manipulated their father into filing for divorce.
He's taking his winning tour all the way to the (fake) White House.
Charlie Sheen will play the President of the United States in Robert Rodriguez's upcoming sequel to...
Here we go again: Mel Gibson has been accused of "hating Jews" by screenwriter Joe Eszterhas in a letter obtained by The Wrap.
If nothing else, Ricky Gervais is a master at upending our expectations. Last year, he drew blood as host-turned-heckler at the Golden Globes, redeeming his lackluster performance of the year before. Returning to the scene of his crime ...
Ricky Gervais, The 2012 Golden Globe Awards
Was Ricky Gervais holding back this year? Hosting the Golden Globes for the third time, the comedian opened Sunday's awards show by ribbing Eddie Murphy for pulling out as Oscar host ("When the man who said yes to Norbit says no to you, you know you're in trouble") and NBC for being America's third-place network (oh, actually, fourth).
He did get in a few zingers. His five best jabs were aimed at:
His own manhood -- "No profanity: That's fine, I've got a huge vocabulary. No nudity: See that's a shame because I've got a huge [pause] vocabulary. But a...
Robyn Moore and Mel Gibson
A Superior Court judge finalized Mel Gibson's divorce on Friday from Robyn Moore, his wife of 30 years, The Associated Press reports.
Almost all details of the split were kept confidential, but reports say Moore stands to get a big pay-off from the divorce. Because there was no prenuptial agreement, it was ruled that...
Controversial writer Christopher Hitchens, whose works slammed religion as well as such public figures as Mother Teresa and Henry Kissinger, has died, according to the Vanity Fair. He was 62.
Hitchens, who was a contributing editor to the magazine for nearly two decades, died of pneumonia at the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston after a long battle with esophageal cancer.
Funny or Die
How do you pay tribute to Robert Downey Jr.?
That's the question that has Mel Gibson, Jamie Foxx and Garry Shandling stumped in a roast video that played before Downey was honored with the American Cinematheque Award last month.
As we learn, Gibson's only there for the cheese plate, Shandling's never seen ...