This weekend, Liam Neeson won big at the box office.
His latest action-thriller Non-Stop topped the box office, raking in over $30 million, beating out the Christian movie Son Of God, and the animated film, The Lego Movie.
Leonardo DiCaprio is making headlines again, and not for his Oscar snub.
The Wolf Of Wall Street star is being sued for defamation by the Ramapo Mountain people of New Jersey for portraying them as “drug-using inbreds” in his film Out Of Furnace.
Eight members of the Ramapo community claim to continue to suffer emotional and psychological damages and want a jury to award them restitution in an amount to be determined by a jury.
Leo’s camp has yet to respond.
Jimmy Kimmel makes us laugh one again.
The Jimmy Kimmel Live host has transformed some of the most popular viral video phenomenons into movie trailers.
In a new series that debuted after Sunday night’s Academy Awards, popular videos like ‘Charlie Bit My Finger’ and ‘Sweet Brown’ were turned into major Hollywood film trailers.
Spoiler alert: You will not believe who Jimmy Kimmel tapped to play Sweet Brown.
Check out the videos below:
One of the most memorable moments at the 86th Annual Academy Awards had nothing to do with a film.
Besides the most retweeted selfie ever taken, Ellen DeGeneres made everyone in the world hungry by serving pizza to the stars. But did the delivery guy get a tip?
According to TMZ, the guy who delivered the pizza to the stars became a star himself once he returned to work.
His fellow employees and staff cheered for him as he returned, but wanted to know if he received a big fat tip.
Check out the video below of the pizza delivery guy’s response: