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Fans of the musical comedy franchise can land a walk-on role in the upcoming movie sequel by submitting a virtual audition.
A look at some of Hollywood's most memorable headlines.
The disgraced journalist will return to television as an anchor for breaking news on cable channel MSNBC.
The UFC fighter has landed the starring role in a remake of 1989 Patrick Swayze film.
A number of farm animals were brought in for a scene which takes place at an agricultural show, but the shoot was thrown into jeopardy after a bull broke free from its pen and caused chaos.
A look back on some of Hollywood's most memorable headlines.
Apple just announced plans to sell a $99 pencil, and no, we're not joking.
While it isn't officially fall yet, it is Apple season.
The "Modern Family" star is among the world's highest paid actresses.
The "Spider-Man" star is taking his talents back to his alma mater, to teach film class.
The singer will be the porky diva's first new man since splitting from longtime boyfriend Kermit the Frog.
For every bank-breaking blockbuster, there is a big box office disappointment.
The fate of another book Lee worked on - a true-crime story - remains a mystery.
Before they found fame, or found each other, what did celebrity couples like Dr. Phil and Robin McGraw do in their first jobs?
Stephen Colbert brought a mix of politics, patriotism, and Hollywood glamor to his debut hosting the CBS "Late Show" on Tuesday.
A walk down Hollywood's memory lane.
NBC released some clips of the upcoming episode of "Running Wild with Bear Grylls," and while the president did try some exotic cuisine, he got off easier than other former guests.
Three decades after she gave up the crown amid a nude photo scandal, the 1984 winner is returning to the Miss America pageant.
The "Furious 7" star turned into a real-life action hero.
"The Autobiography of James T. Kirk – The Story of Starfleet’s Greatest Captain," will be published by Titan Books on Tuesday - 49 years to the day after "Star Trek" premiered on television in 1966.