Rick Ludwin was the unsung hero of "Seinfeld." That's how Alan Horn, Walt Disney Studios chairman and former head of "Seinfeld" producer Castle Rock Entertainment, remembered the longtime NBC executive who died Nov. 10 at the age of 71. Ludwin was instrumental in getting the beloved
The yoga instructor took to Instagram on Monday to share that she had suffered her second miscarriage this year.
In today's film news roundup, David N. Weiss is honored, Rin Tin Tin is getting a modern movie and "The Shasta Triangle" finds a home. WEISS HONORED David N. Weiss will receive the animation writing award from the Animation Writers Caucus of the Writers Guild of America West. The award
The musician took to Instagram on Monday in response to his surprising reception at Saturday's concert.
The game show host got a sweet message of support from contestant Dhruv Gaur on Monday's show.
Kristen Bell received an email a couple of months ago from "Gossip Girl" co-creators Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage. "They just said, ‘We’ve got really good news. It’s looking like we’re going to do another version of 'Gossip Girl' and we would for you to return,’” Bell told
The actress opened up to ET while walking the red carpet at this year's Glamour Women of the Year Awards in NYC on Monday.
The actress and activist has been protesting in Washington D.C. every Friday, in the name of spreading awareness about climate change.
The 18th edition of the Marrakech Film Festival (Nov. 29-Dec. 7) - one of the leading cultural events in the Africa and Middle East region - will screen 98 films from 34 countries. The fest is also reinforcing its industry presence this year through the second edition of the Atlas Workshops, sponsored
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The 81-year-old actress has moved to Washington, D.C., and announced her plans to be arrested every Friday.