Calling James Franco -- or Joaquin Phoenix?!!! Seth MacFarlane has announced that he will not be back for another stint as Oscars host. The busy Family Guy creator/Ted director/comedy mogul revealed the news on Twitter today using his trademark wit, saying, "Traumatized critics exhale: I'm unable to do the Oscars again. Tried to make it work schedule-wise, but I need sleep." More »Seth MacFarlane Will Not Host 2014 Oscars
So far, 2013 hasn't exactly been a banner year for Justin Bieber. The teen pop star won the first-ever Milestone Award at this year's Billboard Music Awards, but a damper was put on his big moment when some audience members booed him. In addition, the "Beauty and the Beat" singer has received a bevy of bad press this year -- and it's only May. More »Justin Bieber Booed at Billboard Music Awards: Is 2013 His Unlucky Year?
The Real Housewives of New Jersey star got plastic surgery before filming the fifth season of her Bravo reality show More »Jacqueline Laurita Had a Tummy Tuck and Neck Lift
Beyonce is keeping her fans guessing about those pregnancy rumors. She hasn't confirmed or denied reports that she's pregnant, but she did seemingly respond to them during her Friday concert in Zurich -- the singer rolled two baby strollers onto the stage during her performance of "Grown Woman." More »Beyonce’s Stroller Stunt: Should Blue Ivy Be Worried?
JERUSALEM (AP) — A leading Israeli university says it will present singer Barbra Streisand with an honorary Ph.D. when she visits Israel next month. More »Barbra Streisand to receive honorary PhD in Israel
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Disney said on Monday it will produce a new "Star Wars" animated series to air on television in the fall 2014, giving fans of the science-fiction franchise fresh stories before the next live-action film hits theaters in 2015. "Star Wars Rebels," based on George Lucas' multibillion dollar film franchise, will be set in the two decades between the events of the third and fourth films, where the Empire becomes a dominant force in the galaxy, Disney said. ... More »'Star Wars' to bring 'Rebels' to new animated Disney TV series
All the details you need to help you achieve Zoe Saldana's stunning "Star Trek Into Darkness" premiere look! More »Glam Slam: Makeup Mondays -- Featuring Zoe Saldana
A source tells Us Weekly that "a lot of issues came up" in the tumultuous days leading up to Stewart and Pattinson's decision to take a breather More »Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart Fought About Her Affair, "Moody" Behavior Before Breakup
It's only been a few days since "American Idol" ended, and Nicki Minaj is already back on TV -- and causing controversy to boot. But this time instead of trading snarky barbs with Mariah Carey on the "Idol" judging panel, the rapper was shaking her booty -- big time -- in a raunchy performance of her new song, "High School." More »Nicki Minaj Gets Raunchy at the Billboard Music Awards, While Lil Wayne Acts Like a Gentleman?
"It's sexy to look good," exclaimed Reggie Bush! The football sensation ought to know! He's worked hard to score an ultra-fit body from head-to-toe. More »Healthy Hollywood: Get Movin' Monday - Reggie Bush's Cool Down Mission!
By Belinda Goldsmith CANNES (Reuters) - A tragic love story between two Palestinians living under Israeli occupation received a standing ovation at the Cannes film festival on Monday and broke new ground as the first film fully funded by the Palestinian cinema industry. "Omar" by director Hany Abu-Assad, known for the 2005 award-winning film "Paradise Now", is a political thriller interwoven with a story of trust and betrayal as two lovers are torn apart by Israel's secret police and Palestinian freedom fighters. ... More »Palestinian film of love and betrayal breaks new ground at Cannes
NEW YORK (AP) — The author of best-sellers about Osama bin Laden and al-Qaida is working on a book about terrorists in the U.S. More »CNN's Peter Bergen writing book on terrorism in US
How are you? Ready for the finale?
I feel like we're ready More »Dancing's Derek Hough: We Feel Good About Our Pieces
CANNES, France (AP) — Indian cinema is being feted in Cannes on its 100th birthday. But amid the celebrations, the B-word — "Bollywood" — remains controversial. More »Cannes rolls out red carpet for Indian movies
Beth Hart and Joe Bonamassa, "Seesaw" (J&R Adventures) More »Music Review: Hart, Bonamassa simmer on 'Seesaw'
Lennon Parham and Jessica St. Clair's sweet, silly and totally unique Best Friends Forever was easily one of my favorite new shows in 2012. Naturally it was canceled by NBC after six episodes, leaving me praying another network would be smart enough to tap these funny ladies to shepherd another comedy, immediately. More »Get Ready To Play 'House' With These BFF's Again
LOS ANGELES (AP) — It's tempting to say Daft Punk has gone Hollywood. More »Daft Punk goes outside comfort zone for new album
NEW YORK (AP) — Derek Hough has made it to the finals of the 16th edition of "Dancing With the Stars," which wraps Tuesday, but he almost didn't return to the ABC show this season. More »Derek Hough wants to expand career beyond 'Stars'
Miguel might want to look a little harder before he leaps next time! During Sunday's Billboard Music Awards, the singer was treating fans to his hit "Adorn," when he accidentally took out an audience member. More »Miguel Leg Drops Fan At Billboard Music Awards
While Amell is hoping to slim down, his costar Haynes tells Us Weekly he's "trying to lift as many weights as I can" More »Stephen Amell and Colton Haynes Share Their Arrow Workout Secrets