Uggie the dog, who became a canine star after his memorable role in the Oscar best-picture winner "The Artist," has died. He was 13. The Jack Russell terrier was euthanized on Friday after battling…
Talented, wildly attractive young people. The unmistakable scent of Abercrombie & Fitch's "Fierce" cologne. Skateboarding bulldogs. All could be found at Abercrombie & Fitch's Stars on the Rise party…
Baby Boy, the partially-sighted poodle who appears in “Behind the Candelabra,” has been named the top dog of the Cannes Film Festival as winner of the Palm Dog award. Judged by film critics, the…
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment hosts a retirement party for Uggie, the canine star of "The Artist," after he adds his paw prints to the forecourt at Grauman's Chinese Theater.
The 98th White House Correspondents Assn. dinner moved even further into the nation's consciousness this year as President Obama delivered zingers, some self-mocking and others aimed at his political…
"Dancing With the Stars'" Carrie Ann Inaba hosted Saturday's Genesis Awards, with some help from "The Artist's" Uggie.
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Two Jack Russell terriers have stolen the hearts of moviegoers everywhere in "The Artist" and "Beginners," but the dogs' two-legged trainers deserve credit as well for their scene-enhancing perfs.
It's always surreal during awards season to watch studio chiefs applaud the winning pictures, since these are the same movies that they'd previously turned down.
Susan Sarandon had plenty of compliments for friend Ralph Fiennes, who brought Shakespeare's "Coriolanus" to New York City Tuesday night.
The Globes' red carpet had a tropical feel to it this year. The plastic tenting erected to keep out the rain that didn't come until much later wound up holding in all of the hot air, hair spray and…
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