After a series of bungled interviews by the Avengers: Age of Ultron cast during last month’s press tour, one star appears to be taking heed, and is prepared for anything.
Actress Gwyneth Paltrow and celebrity fitness trainer Tracy Anderson announced they will be launching an organic food take-out company, called 3 Green Hearts, which will offer “healthy organic meals on the go.”
‘Fargo’ Actress Frances McDormand Addresses Sexism at Cannes: ‘We’ve Never Been Paid Commensurately’
Actress Frances McDormand, best known for her role in 1996’s Fargo, is speaking out about sexism at Cannes.
Australia’s Elle Magazine has drawn the ire of subscribers and users on social media for making its June edition, which features an intimate image of a supermodel breast-feeding her child, unavailable in stores.
Bridesmaids actress Rose Byrne is the latest Hollywood celebrity to speak out against gender discrimination in the entertainment industry.
Ryan McDill, the first contestant to be dismissed from season 11 of The Bachelorette, told TMZ Wednesday he will not apologize for a rape joke that got him booted from the popular reality TV series.
Millions of people, including Hollywood celebrities, have come together to show their support for the first annual international anti-poverty Red Nose Day campaign.
The 2015 Cannes Film Festival has been named the “Year of the Women” for its focus on women-driven films.
Maybe she’s happy to see you, or maybe it’s the Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector she bought from Sephora.
Officials at the Cannes Film Festival denied allegations this week that security had turned women away from red carpet screenings because they were not wearing high heels.
Tammy actress Melissa McCarthy is the latest female Hollywood celebrity to speak out against the industry’s perceived culture of sexism and misogyny.
In what is now being referred to as “flatgate,” the Cannes Film Festival has come under fire for allegedly shunning women, even the elderly or those with medical conditions, from red carpet screenings because they opted to wear flat shoes over high heels.
Pixar’s chief creative officer John Lasseter announced during a press conference at Cannes Monday that the animation studio has plans to increase its representation of diverse characters on screen.
Taylor Swift has decided to use her platform as Maxim magazine’s June cover girl to address feminism, and says her music is unfairly categorized as whiny because of society’s systematic misogyny.
Matthew McConaughey delivered a commencement speech to the Spring 2015 graduating class at the University of Houston Friday evening.
Director Gus Van Sant’s new drama The Sea of Trees debuted to a crowd full of boos Friday at the Cannes Film Festival.
Johnny Depp said an “emotional” goodbye to his beloved pups, Boo and Pistol, Friday as they boarded a private jet in Coolangatta, Australia, on their way back to Los Angeles, reports the Daily Mail.
Pearl Jam front man Eddie Vedder will serve as David Letterman’s final musical guest next week as the host’s Late Show tenure comes to a close after more than 20 years on CBS.
Jill Soloway, the showrunner for the transgender-themed Amazon original series Transparent, says the entertainment industry is systematically rigged in favor of white men.
Melissa Rivers told NBC’s Hoda Kotb during an interview in New York Tuesday that she feels Kathy Griffin damaged her mother’s legacy when she left Fashion Police.
Miley Cyrus is at it again. But this time, the 22-year-old singer may have pulled off her most vulgar performance to date.
Natalie Portman has signed on to play Jackie Kennedy in a new biopic, called Jackie, which follows the former First Lady the first four days after the assassination of her husband, President John F. Kennedy in 1963, reports Variety.
While doing promotional interviews for her upcoming film Carol, a lesbian love story, Academy Award-winning actress Cate Blanchett revealed to Variety magazine that she has had “many” past relationships with women.
Academy Award-winning director Kathryn Bigelow is the latest Hollywood power player to sound off against gender discrimination in the entertainment industry.
TV Food Network star Sandra Lee has been diagnosed with breast cancer and is set to undergo a double mastectomy later this week.