News 1 - 15 of 61
In her speech, the '13 Going on 30' actress mentions that no one asked her husband Ben Affleck about balancing work and family when promoting movies he starred in.
The 42-year-old actress, who graduated from Denison University in Ohio in 1994, told Conan O'Brien that she 'might have been the leader of the streakers and we just streaked, all summer.'
The 'Daredevil' actress confirms she's not expecting but she says the 'baby bump' will be around forever.
The 'Elektra' actress accidentally exposed her nude-colored shape wear when posing on the red carpet of 'Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day' premiere.
Garner has been rumored to be expecting her fourth child with Ben Affleck, but a representative for the '13 Going on 30' actress denies the pregnancy report.
According to a local news outlet, the 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice' star and his wife unexpectedly show up at a superhero party in Detroit with their 2-year-old son.
The couple celebrated their nine-year wedding anniversary at a fine dining restaurant in Detroit on Sunday evening.
Ruffalo, who appears on 'Watch What Happens Live' to promote 'Begin Again', says he and his '13 Going on 30' co-star were close, 'but then Ben came on the scene.'
Steve Carell stars as a man whose entire family members fell into a series of bad luck in one day in the Disney comedy movie.
Kevin Costner, Tom Welling, Chadwick Boseman, and Mike Tyson are among the guests celebrating the premiere of the Ivan Reitman-directed sports drama.
In a video for the campaign, which is aimed to empower young girls by taking stand against the use of word 'bossy,' Beyonce says, 'I'm not bossy. I'm the boss.'
Angelina Jolie and her longterm partner Brad Pitt are among those scheduled to present the statuette on the upcoming ceremony.
Berry thanks fellow celebrity parents such as Garner and Adele after Senate Bill 606, which protects children from paparazzi, was signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown in Sacramento.
Cameron Diaz might as well take part in the adaptation of Chad Kultgen's book, which reportedly has been scripted by 'Juno' director Jason Reitman.
Berry and Garner appear before the California State Assembly Committee on Public Safety to support a new law which will prevent paparazzi from taking pictures of celebrities' children.