Rivers Cuomo opened the door to his home in Santa Monica and said he had something to show me.
New Yorker staff writer Naomi Fry and contributing writer Michael Schulman talk about how the Hollywood red carpet evolved into a miserable place for famous women.
Brands pay thousands of dollars to give away thousands of dollars in gifting lounges, where celebrities pose with their products.
On "Fallon" last night, Kate Upton shared some behind-the-scenes footage illustrating the lengths she'll go to get the shot.
Ahead of the premiere of their new Showtime talk show, the Bodega Boys look back on how they got their break at the same company that produces "Hot Ones." Also, they get some real sauce-induced sweat going.
The world of David Lynch is powered by ideas. It's a constant stream of images, accidents and gut decisions that all require trust and teamwork to pull off. Here, his closest collaborators — as well as the filmmaker himself — open up about a creative process unlike any other.
One of the worst things that can happen when you're seeing a play is starting to cough or sneeze uncontrollably. Fortunately, for this particular audience member, Gyllenhaal was there to help.
What does it take for a performance by a musician to earn acclaim at the Oscars? We ranked the 25 (pre-Lady Gaga) turns deemed nomination-worthy.
"What's E. Coli? Is that like 'iCarly?'"
"I felt in a crazy way that, as an actor, I was burning through life experiences."
"The Tonight Show" takes a page from a classic Japanese game show bit.
He has finally been relieved of a job everyone is pretty convinced he never wanted.
Plaza wanted to support a Swedish independent film, so she held a screening of it for all her friends. It did not go as planned.
There, we said it.
It's OK, Will. We forgive you. Really.
The funnyman doctor dons a stethoscope and gives host Sean Evans a physical to find out how much of a toll the hot sauce has taken on his body.
The most successful (and reviled) stand-up of the 2000s is launching a new tour after enduring dark days and an $18 million theft, and he has some choice words for nemesis Louis C.K.
They only have the muddled descriptions of a next-level celebrity enthusiast to run with.
Right now, children are filming themselves chewing, whispering and tapping to give their adult audience an ASMR buzz. The Chinese government banned them, and PayPal blocked their payments, yet some still earn thousands. But at what cost?
"There were times I felt really upset and humiliated and embarrassed, and ultimately I just felt terrible this person felt this way," he said.
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