Elton John, a close friend of the late Princess Diana, on Tuesday admitted he got an invitation to the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, despite insisting the opposite seconds earlier.
Oscar-winning actress Natalie Portman has condemned its British designer John Galliano over a widely distributed video that purportedly shows him making an anti-Semitic tirade.
Singer Christina Aguilera was briefly arrested on Tuesday after being found drunk in public and deemed unable to take care of herself.
Troubled actress Lindsay Lohan said she was keen to resume her career, but acknowledged she had a long way to go to regain the trust of the movie industry.
Tim Burton and Josh Brolin are teaming up to bring "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" to the big screen.
In the clear light of a post-Oscar Monday morning, at least two themes had emerged.
Charlie Sheen says he is ready to return to acting, but the real question is whether anyone would hire the troubled sitcom star.
Darryl Morden, a respected music journalist whose 30-year career included writing concert reviews for the Hollywood Reporter for nearly two decades, died of cancer at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles on Friday. He was 52.
The judge indicated Monday he might delay the trial in what would be a defeat for defense lawyers anxious to get on with the proceedings.
Gary Winick, an independent filmmaker who crossed over into the mainstream with romances such as "Letters to Juliet" and "13 Going on 30," died on Sunday after a battle with brain cancer. He was 49.
Some 37.6 million Americans watched Oscar ceremony, making the telecast one of the least-watched Academy Awards shows of the past 10 years.
The makers of Oscar winner "The King's Speech," whose heartwarming tale triumphed over a flashy story of new technology in "The Social Network."