Aaron Sorkin has confirmed that Christian Bale will play Steve Jobs in his upcoming biopic on late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.
Fox is looking to bring the world of Archie Comics to television with a modern-day one hour drama called 'Riverdale'.
CBS has announced that James Corden will replace Craig Ferguson as host of the 'Late Late Show' on March 9.
A video featuring a pair of tap dancing American priests in a dance-off is going viral.
Zach Galifianakis hilariously insults Brad Pitt in a new episode of 'Between Two Ferns' where the actor appears to promote his World War II drama 'Fury'.
This week's edition of Jimmy Kimmel's 'Unnecessary Censorship' features Peyton Manning, Monica Lewinsky, Jim Cramer and Pat Sajack revealing what goes on in his house every night.
In an interview with Jimmy Kimmel, Keanu Reeves tells the host he saw a ghost when he was a young lad.
Kelly Ripa tries to get Hugh Jackman to strip while playing a game of 'Hugh In or Hugh Out'.
'Goodfellas' actor Frank Sivero has sued Fox for $250 million claiming that 'The Simpsons' mobster character is based on him.
A federal judge has rejected Teresa Giudice's bid to serve most of her prison sentence in a halfway house.
Billy Bob Thornton is talking about his "crazy" marriage to Angelina Jolie -- including the vials of blood they both wore around their necks.
Keanu Reeves may not age but the actor, who turned 50 last month, admits that he no longer receives many starring offers from Hollywood studios.
Marvel has released the much anticipated trailer for 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' a week early after it leaked out mere hours after being announced for an official debut next week.
In an interview with Conan O'Brien, Dana Carvey does impressions of Scarface at Thanksgiving dinner and Liam Neeson at the grocery store.
Cristin Milioti wanted to get a buzz cut after summer school to look cool but people kept mistaking her for a boy.
The CBC's Rex Murphy shares his thoughts on Wednesday's events in Ottawa and in the Canadian parliament with a poignant piece that refuses to name the shooter while celebrating the fallen soldier.
Canada loves Taylor Swift. In fact, the country loves the singer so much that her accidental release of 8 seconds of white noise on iTunes topped the charts.
The CW has given a full season order to 'Arrow' spin-off 'The Flash'.
Renee Zellweger looked just about unrecognisable as she walked the red carpet at the 21st annual ELLE Women in Hollywood Awards in Los Angeles.
Toys R Us has given in and pulled 'Breaking Bad' toys from store shelves.
Matthew McConaughey admits it was wife Camila Alves who finally pushed him to get married after years of being together.
Piers Morgan is slamming Monica Lewinsky after a speech in which she called herself "Patient Zero" and complained she was the "first person to have their reputation completely destroyed worldwide via the Internet."
Marvel has announced that it will debut the trailer for 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' during next week's episode of 'Agents of SHIELD' on ABC.
While casting his early voting ballot in Chicago on Tuesday, a man jokingly told President Barack Obama "don't touch my girlfriend," referring to the woman who was in the voting booth next to him.
With rumors that Justin Bieber is getting lessons from the boxing champ Floyd Mayweather, Conan O'Brien imagines what it looks like.
In an extended appearance with Jimmy Kimmel, Bill Murray talked about everything from parenting advice he gave the host the last time he was on the show to living his life from one moment to the next.
When Chelsea Handler lobs what she thinks is a great fat joke at Andy Richter, as always, he's ready with the perfect comeback.
Monica Lewinsky recalled her world-famous affair with former President Bill Clinton during a speech at Forbes' inaugural 30 under 30 Summit in Philadelphia on Monday.
In an appearance on the 'Today' show, Kris Jenner was asked about estranged husband Bruce's dating life and whether it was true that was "developing into a woman."
San Francisco radio stations 104.5 KFOG and 96.5 KOIT are just two of the stations to ban Lorde's 'Royals' until the end of the World Series.
Bryan Cranston is responding to a Florida mom's petition to get Toys 'R' Us to remove 'Breaking Bad' action figures from its shelves.
World-renowned designer Oscar de la Renta has died. He was 82.
When the clock went past midnight on Monday night, Larry King took to Twitter to share his random thoughts on everything from fireworks and salads to perfect teeth.
Neil Diamond, who was blessed with a name that brings instant recognition, tells Jimmy Fallon he actually tried to change his name before his first record because he thought it was the thing to do.
John Oliver looks at the translators who have aided the US Military in Afghanistan and Iraq and are in great danger in their home countries.
'The Simpsons' aired its annual Treehouse of Horror episode this past weekend.
Rapper and actor Ice Cube, known for having an intense demeanor, delivers lines like "rainbows are visions that remind us how beautiful life really is" in an angry way.
Charlie Sheen has ended his engagement to former porn star Brett Rossi just weeks before they planned to walk down the aisle.
'Late Show' cue card writer Tony Mendez, who also occasionally appeared in front of the camera, has been fired from the show after clashing with a writer then insulting David Letterman.
Bono has revealed that he doesn't wear his trademark glasses as a fashion accessory.
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