Steven Spielberg rounds up everyone from Tom Cruise, Cameron Diaz, Leonardo DiCaprio, Harrison Ford, Julia Roberts, Ben Stiller, Will Smith, Justin Timberlake, and Borat for an important message -- don't vote.
We reported earlier this week that Russell Brand's prank call to 78-year-old British actor Andrew Sachs was generating plenty of bad buzz for the comedian.
Sci Fi Channel has greenlighted a new reality series that will put twelve contestants against each other in a series of video game contests, in a quest to find the "best all-around gamer" in the US.
MTV will announce on Thursday a new deal that will allow it to feature use songs by The Beatles in its popular 'Rock Band' video game series.
'Friends' star Courteney Cox has been signed as the lead for ABC's 'Cougar Town'.
Janet Jackson made up her previously cancelled show in Detroit this week, but she wasn't able to perform all of it.
Bill Cosby is a little too excited for Football Night.
Richard Dreyfuss appeared on 'The View' to publicize 'W' but instead of praising the film, he criticized both the movie and director Oliver Stone.
Robert Downey Jr., Don Cheadle and Jon Favreau have all signed on with Marvel Studios for 'The Avengers'.
Joaquin Phoenix, who is a two-time Oscar nominee, says that he has decided that he will no longer be doing any films and wants to dedicate his time to music.
Friends from the entertainment industry are sending their sympathies to Jennifer Hudson following the shocking murder of her mother, brother and nephew.
Elvis Presley may have left the building decades ago, but his earning power didn't go with him.
Britney Spears' may be getting better but a Los Angeles judge has ruled that her father will retain control of her personal and financial affairs for an indefinite period.
Just days after Miley Cyrus couldn't stop gushing about how her 20-year-old boyfriend, Justin Gaston, was a "really great Christian guy", some private photos from his recent past have surfaced.
The Cabbage Patch Kids dolls are getting in on the election action.
Barack Obama's wife, Michelle, was on the 'Tonight Show with Jay Leno' last night and had a rather funny story to share about their young daughter's response to seeing dad on TV:
The BBC has apologized to British actor Andrew Sachs after Russell Brand left a series of crude messages on his voice mail during a live radio show.
Toby Huss, who is known for his parodies of Frank Sinatra, belts one for the Republicans.
ABC has announced that it will be airing 'Pushing Daisies' in its usual time period Wednesday night, as Barack Obama takes over the airwaves on the other three major networks.
Police have found the body of Jennifer Hudson's 7-year-old nephew, who had been missing since Hudson's mother and brother were shot to death.
NBC has shuffled its Wednesday night schedule, hoping to give some life to 'Life'.
Newspaper endorsements can mean a lot, or absolutely nothing but Sarah Plain has to be stinging a little after the largest newspaper in her tight-knight home state chose to endorse the opposition.
High School Musical star Vanessa Hudgens may be dancing it up in the latest installment of the movie, but it wasn't that long ago that Hudgens was traumatized by a nude photo of her leaking out.
Matt Damon says he doesn't want his three daughters to be spoiled by a lavish lifestyle, and plans to take them with him as he carries out charitable work in poverty-stricken regions of the world.
Chicago police have asked the FBI to help find Jennifer Hudson's missing nephew after her mother and brother were found shot to death.
A group of singing and dancing teens from 'High School Musical' beat out the crazed Jigsaw from 'Saw 5' at this weekend's box office.
Miley Cyrus says she's not too worried when it comes to the age of her new 20-year-old boyfriend, model Justin Gaston.
'Saw 5' hits theatres tonight, October 24, to continue the story of the crime horror film series.
Lindsay Lohan's planned six episode guest stint on 'Ugly Betty' has been shortened to four episodes because of her antics on set of the ABC show.
Director Ron Howard has released a video throwing his support behind Barack Obama, but this one isn't your typical rant.
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