Donald Trump, Robert De Niro
And Donald Trump's latest Hollywood feud is with... Robert De Niro.
The real estate mogul fired back at the two-time Oscar winner Monday after De Niro criticized his birther obsession with President Barack Obama.
Donald Trump's birth certificate stunt backfires
"Well, he's not the brightest bulb on the planet," Trump said of De Niro during a phone interview on Fox & Friends. "I've been watching him over the years and I like his ...
Josh Radnor, Elizabeth Olsen
How I Met Your Mother's Josh Radnor will direct and act alongside rising star Elizabeth Olsen in the independent film Liberal Arts, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The movie follows a 35-year-old who still wants to live like a college kid, but must come to terms with his age and budding responsibilities. Olsen plays a 19-year-old student who falls for Radnor's character and bonds with him over their love of music and literature. Age ultimately comes between them as they yearn to make the relationship work.
Limitless beat out other new releases to become the weekend's most popular movie, Box Office Mojo reports.
The thriller, starring Bradley Cooper and Robert De Niro, grossed an estimated $19 million in its first weekend. Rango stayed steady in second place, drawing...
Inside the Actors Studio (Monday, 7/6c, Bravo)
Even in those moments when it succumbs to fawning self-parody, there's something about James Lipton's craft/career-focused Q&A's that I find irresistibly endearing. (May have something to do with my nostalgia for what Bravo was like before all of those heinous Real Housewives took over the network.) This week, this marginalized show — notice how it airs outside prime-time parameters — welcomes its first-ever graduate from the Actors Studio Drama School at Pace University. Said successful alum being Bradley Cooper, beloved by TV fans for his work on Alias but now busy with a film career including The Hangover, Wedding Crashers and the new Limitless opposite Robert De Niro.
Charlie Sheen's longtime publicist, Stan Rosenfield, has resigned.
"I have worked with Charlie Sheen for a long time and I care about him very much. However, at this time, I'm unable to work effectively as his publicist and have respectfully resigned," Rosenfield said in a statement.
Adam Goldberg has joined Robert De Niro's cop drama pilot Rookies, Entertainment Weekly reports.
The CBS project revolves around six new NYPD cops trying to balance their personal lives while working the streets of ...
Leelee Sobieski will star in CBS' drama Rookies, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Rookies centers on six new NYPD cops trying to balance their personal lives while working the mean streets of Manhattan. Sobieski, 28, will play...
Robert De Niro
CBS has given the greenlight to Rookies, a crime drama pilot from Robert De Niro, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Rookies centers on...
Did everyone enjoy Sunday night's barbeque at the Beverly Hilton? By which of course I mean Ricky Gervais slaughtering any number of sacred cows while torching some of Hollywood's most prodigious egos. As host of the otherwise innocuous Golden Globe Awards for the second (and possibly last) time, he didn't just bite the proverbial hand, he spit it back out and mocked it again for good measure.
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On a night of glittery hype where so little feels authentic...
The best and worst moments of the Golden Globes:
12. Best Shout-Out to the HFP-Who? Here's how Best Supporting Actor winner Christian Bale (The Fighter) thanked the ragtag group of journalists abroad known as the Hollywood Foreign Press Association: "I never really knew who those guys were. I'd always leave the press junkets going, 'Who are those awful characters in that room?' I usually just sat there and they'd be arguing amongst themselves... And now I know who you are, and I realize how wise and spectacular and perceptive those guys really are! ...What a bunch of characters."