Actress Uma Thurman has called off her engagement to multi-millionaire Arpad Busson according to a British report. The couple, who have a daughter together, became engaged for the second time in 2012.
Boxing icon Rubin Carter, who suffered from prostate cancer -- and was immortalized in song by Bob Dylan and portrayed onscreen by Denzel Washington, has died at the age of 76.
An online petition calling for Justin Bieber's deportation from the U.S. to his native Canada has been dismissed by White House officials. More than 273,000 people signed the document urging authorities to revoke the star's green card.
Pop star Nick Carter has taken a break from his honeymoon to slam 'N Sync star Joey Fatone after he claimed the Backstreet Boys are still together because they need the money.
Mad Men star Jon Hamm is still reeling from 2013 gossip about his mad manhood after he was photographed with what appeared to be an impressive bulge in his suit at a Hollywood party.
Actor Mickey Rooney has been laid to rest at a private funeral in California. Family and friends of the Breakfast at Tiffany's star bid farewell to the beloved actor at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery on Saturday, following a memorial service Friday.
Actress Kate Mara pulled a saucy prank on her House of Cards co-star Kevin Spacey by covering her nipples with stickers of his face during a sex scene.
The star thought nothing of her husband, writer/director Judd Apatow, as she prepared to lock lips with "the hot guy from Game of Thrones", but it wasn't quite the sexy encounter she had hoped it would be.
Chris Brown's assault trial has been delayed after a judge opted to spend the Easter weekend mulling a verdict for the R&B star's bodyguard, who is also facing jail time for allegedly beating up a man outside a hotel.
Pop star Miley Cyrus has axed the remainder of her U.S. tour, after she was hospitalized following an "extreme" reaction to antibiotics she was taking for a sinus infection -- and canceled several shows in the Midwest.
Singer Gewn Stefani is reportedly in talks to replace Christina Aguilera on the next season of NBC's The Voice. Bosses at the network want her to sit in Aguilera's spinning chair while she takes a break to focus on her pregnancy.
The band, which reunited in 2012 after more than 20 years, was one of the main draws on the Outdoor Stage at the California music event on Friday and the crowd went wild when they brought out Green Day frontman Armstrong.
The Canadian star released his new covers album A Letter Home, which features versions of songs by Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, Willie Nelson and Gordon Lightfoot, on Friday.
The Kidnapping of Edgardo Mortara will reunite Spielberg, who may also direct the film, with his Lincoln and Munich screenwriter Tony Kushner, who is penning the script based on David Kertzer's book of the same name.
Superstar Prince has re-signed with Warner Bros., the label he split from nearly 20 years ago, after calling himself a "slave" to record bosses. And he plans to re-release the Purple Rain soundtrack for the film's 30th anniversary this summer.
Debby Ryan's titular heroine will accept boyfriend Brooks' proposal in an episode that will air in the autumn and make Jessie the first Disney TV character to get engaged in front of cameras.
TV sports pundit Craig Sager is battling acute leukemia, according to his son. The 62-year-old veteran sportscaster, famous for his colorful blazers and ties, is a Turner Sports sideline regular for the biggest basketball games.
The actress was just 21 when she was cast as double agent Miranda Frost alongside Pierce Brosnan as 007 in the movie, and she was far from prepared as she tried out for Bond bosses.
The second weekend of this year's Coachella music festival in California has been marred by a death - a woman who attended last week's event in Indio has died from an apparent drug overdose.
Mariah Carey's rapper/actor husband Nick Cannon realized the importance of Easter at an early age when he got up onstage at church and attempted to perform a rendition of Michael Jackson's Thriller.
Sharon Stone stunned theatergoers in Los Angeles on Thursday night by taking to the stage at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art's Bing Theater as The Graduate's seductress Mrs. Robinson.
Paul McCartney's brother insists it was "lucky" that he missed out on a chance to join The Beatles, because he fears their sibling rivalry would have wrecked the band.
Veteran actress Kim Novak has blasted those who poked fun at her looks after her Oscars appearance alongside Matthew McConaughey in March, insisting she feels compelled to "speak out against bullies".
Actress Lindsay Lohan has come to the defense of her mother Dina, insisting that she has never been a party girl. During an interview on Watch What Happens Live on Thursday, Lohan defended her mother, who was booked for DWI last September.
The man suing moviemaker Bryan Singer over allegations of sexual assault was previously awarded $2 million following a complaint against other men at the same party, according to a new report.
Actress Hayden Panettiere says she was stunned when she heard that her sci-fi TV show Heroes was going back into production, as she was apparently kept out of the loop by the program's bosses.
British actor Tom Hardy will play both of London's infamous Kray twins in a new movie about the notorious crime bosses. The star has been linked to the project about the brothers, who ruled London's organized crime scene in the 1950s and 1960s.
Veteran British comedian Ronnie Corbett has denied long-running rumors that he played one of the apes in sci-fi classic 2001: A Space Odyssey -- saying he was offered a role in the iconic 1968 film, but he turned it down.
Editors at TheNewsNerd.com published the fake story on April 11, prompting the Queen of Soul to post a formal denial four days later, and now she is taking legal steps. According to the Detroit News, Franklin is filing a $10 million lawsuit.
Mad Men star Jon Hamm still dons his catcher's gear and plays baseball on Sunday mornings in a celebrity team headed by Casey Affleck. The actor was a top prospect before he turned his back on his favorite sport.