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A source close to the 'Southpaw' actor says there's no truth to rumor saying that Gyllenhaal and Sarandon have 'been hooking up on the down-low.'
Jonathan Bricklin says his relationship with the 'Thelma and Louise' actress 'continues to evolve in new and unexpected ways.'
A road trip to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the classic film is hoped to remind people 'that it's possible to make a movie that's a cultural landmark starring women.'
The script of 'Shock Treatment' that focused on Brad and Janet is being reworked by Richard O'Brien for its stage debut in London theater.
Fanning will play a teen who is transitioning from female to male, while Watts and Sarandon portray her single mom and her lesbian grandmother respectively.
The Oscar-winning actress will play the mentally ill mother who has complicated relationship with her famous daughter.
The 'Ping Pong Summer' star who was not at home at the time of the incident reportedly lost a laptop, camera and jewelry.
The 'Tammy' actress enjoyed a brief romance with her co-star in 'The Hunger' and described it as 'a really interesting period.'
The 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' hosts suggests that they do a modern version of the scene with him in place of Geena Davis when Sarandon stops by his show.
Kline plays the iconic Hollywood actor Errol Flynn whose scandal with an underage starlet became a controversy in the 1950s.
Get a new sneak peek at Melissa McCarthy as an incompetent robber who takes her grandmother to the place she robbed to return the money she stole.
The daughter of the 'Dead Man Walking' actress, Eva Amurri, is expecting her first child with husband Kyle Martino.
During an appearance on 'Watch What Happens Live', the 'Dead Man Walking' star is asked to mention a Hollywood event where she showed up to stoned.
The Oscar winner and her actress daughter will star on and executive produce the NBC comedy pilot.
Joining the call to stop access to guns are Kourtney Kardashian, John Stamos, Rashida Jones, Dax Shepard, Michelle Branch and Piers Morgan.