Freshman class makes a strong showing with voters
"I got this movie the way a squatter gets an apartment," cracks Patton Oswalt of "Young Adult." "I was kind of already there with my hot plate, and they were like, 'He doesn't bother anyone. Let him…
Woody Harrelson freely cops to letting his role as "Rampart's" corrupt L.A. lawman get under his skin.
Charlize Theron isn't afraid of being unlikable. She is, after all, the actress who played a serial killer to masterful, Oscar-winning effect in "Monster."
It would be a mistake to tell Phoebe Tonkin she makes a spellbinding bad girl on the CW's witchy new drama "The Secret Circle."
How badly did Laura Benanti want admission into NBC's The Playboy Club?
Emmy voters got serious about spreading the funny-lady love this year, as no fewer than half of the nominees are competing in this race for the first time.
The announcement of each year's Emmy nominees comes with its own set of time-honored traditions -- including inevitable complaints that the TV Academy has ignored fresh faces in favor of rewarding…
Donnie Wahlberg freely cops to getting caught up in the role of Det. Danny Reagan, "Blue Bloods'" resident loose cannon.
Matt LeBlanc can't help but laugh when he recalls his incredulous response to the pitch for "Episodes": "What do you mean I'd be playing myself?"
It's impossible to imagine "Blue Bloods" without the commanding presence of Tom Selleck.
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