Shah Rukh Khan 'Owes Stardom To UK Fans'
Shah Rukh Khan, who is often dubbed India's George Clooney, tells Sky News why he thinks he's become so famous.
Spike Lee slams Rahm Emanuel at 'Chi-Raq' premiere
Spike Lee took Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel to task at the premiere of his new film “Chi-Raq” in New York Tuesday night.
Kyle Richards reveals the famous actor she lost her virginity to
Kyle Richards was definitely in a sharing mood during her recent appearance on Andy Cohen's SiriusXM show, Andy Cohen Live.
Morrissey Book 'Wins' Bad Sex In Fiction Prize
The singer is the 23rd recipient of the prize, with judges citing cringe-worthy excerpts like "bulbous salutation".
Stallone Working With Fox On Rambo TV Show
A spokesperson for the TV network says Rambo: New Blood will explore the Vietnam veteran's "complex relationship" with his son.
Chris Brown Cancels Oz Tour After Visa Denied
Australian authorities refused the hip hop star a visa because of his conviction for assaulting former girlfriend Rihanna.
Chris Brown cancels Down Under tour after visa issues
Chris Brown canceled plans for a Down Under tour Wednesday after Australian authorities earlier warned the troubled R&B singer they were likely...
5th annual Open Studio group exhibit returns to Altadena
A little dedication and a lot of friendship led to the fifth annual Open Studio in Altadena on Saturday and Sunday.. "It's different, because...
San Francisco approves $290,000 payout for Journey wedding
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors on Tuesday approved a $290,000 payout to settle a lawsuit by the guitarist of rock band Journey that claimed...
Interview magazine defends Kylie Jenner wheelchair photo shoot
Interview magazine is fighting back after being criticized for a photo shoot in which reality TV star Kylie Jenner poses in a wheelchair in...
Contestant on 'University Challenge' goes viral over long name
A contestant on the British competition show "University Challenge" set the Internet on fire with his comically-long name.
Jerry Seinfeld to appear monthly at New York's Beacon Theatre in 2016
Beginning in January, fans of Jerry Seinfeld will be able to catch the comedian once a month at a New York City theater.