AnnaLynne McCord reveals a traumatic experience when she was a teen. In an article published in the July issue of Cosmopolitan magazine, the "Nip/Tuck" actress opens up that she was raped by a person she knew. She explains how the incident scarred her, led her to a meltdown, and pushed her to the brink of suicidal.
MGM and Warner Bros. are teaming up to launch a new "Stargate" trilogy. Together with Roland Emmerich and Dean Devlin who conceived the sci-fi movie franchise, they will make new feature films that reimagine the 1994 adventure movie with Emmerich on board as director and Devlin set to produce.
Liberty Ross reportedly has settled her divorce from Rupert Sanders. According to a TMZ report, she will receive more than half of the marital assets from her director husband. "He paid her guilt money," a source told the site.
The latest Beats by Dre ad features Ed Sheeran and a little part of the singer's song called "Don't". The one-minute ad sees the British redhead getting pissed after finding out that his girl has cheated on him with someone else.
"The Wonder Years" cast reunited more than twenty years since the show ended its run. The stars, including Fred Savage, Dan Lauria, Alley Mills, Olivia d'Abo, Jason Hervey and Danica McKellar, got together once again on Thursday, May 29, ahead of the DVD release.
Eric Stonestreet has accused some members of KISS of being rude to his mother Jamey Stonestreet during a recent flight to Kansas City. The "Modern Family" actor took to Instagram on Wednesday, May 28 to share the story. He uploaded a screenshot of his conversation with his mother which read, "I think Gene Simmons is on my flight. DO you think I should give him a kiss?"
Earlier this year, Miguel recorded a song called "Simple Things" for Lena Dunham's HBO hit series "Girls". Months later, the 28-year-old singer releases the track's official music video for fans' viewing pleasure.
Liam Neeson channels his inner detective once again in upcoming crime drama "A Walk Among the Tombstones". The actor plays Matt Scudder, a former NYPD member who is tormented by his past and now works as an unlicensed private investigator.
Katy Perry met Adele during her show in London and they took a selfie together. On Thursday, May 29, the pop star took to Instagram to share their selfie with her 5 million followers. "And on the 2nd LDN show the Queen graced me with her presence," she captioned the snap.
"Sons of Anarchy" has added another actor to its cast ensemble for its seventh and final season. After casting rocker Marilyn Manson in a recurring role, the show has now tapped Annabeth Gish to take on another new role.
Garth Ancier, one of four Hollywood figures who are accused of sexually abusing a man named Michael Egan when he was a minor in Hawaii and an Encino, California home, has filed a motion to dismiss the case. According to The Daily Beast, the former NBC exec filed the motion on Thursday, May 29 in a Hawaiian court.
Bret Michaels had a medical emergency and was subsequently rushed offstage during his concert in Manchester, NH, on Thursday, May 29. Band guitarist Pete Evick then explained the singer's condition in an official statement released later that night.
There is mutual interest from both Hulu and Sony Pictures Television to revive "Community". Deadline reports that the streaming service is in preliminary talks with the show's producers for a possible sixth season and both parties show their will.
The Rolling Stones welcomed a special guest at their show in Lisbon, Portugal, on Thursday night, May 29. The legendary band brought out Bruce Springsteen for a live performance of "Tumbling Dice" during their headlining set at the Rockin' Rio Lisboa festival.
Gwyneth Paltrow's recent comment about internet trolls apparently offended Cindy McCain. Senator John McCain's wife took to Twitter on Thursday, May 29 to blast Paltrow after she likened her experience with online haters to being in a war. "Gweneth Paltrow is a joke. Her life is like taking bullets for a soldier. What a joke! My 2 sons serving in the military should talk to her," McCain wrote on Twitter. "Perhaps Gweneth Paltrow should go out on patrol with some soldiers. Kind of like a Red Carpet in her mind I guess!"
Several big names have been announced as performers at the upcoming 68th Annual Tony Awards. Neil Patrick Harris, who last year hosted the awards show, will sing with the cast of "Hedwig and the Angry Inch".
OWN has set a special tribute in the wake of Maya Angelou's passing. The cable channel will dedicate five hours of programming to the late poet and author this Sunday, June 1 with encore presentations of shows where Angelou was prominently featured.
James Cameron is bringing his biggest blockbuster movie "Avatar" to the stage. He collaborates with performing troupe Cirque du Soleil for a live show version of his film. 20th Century Fox, the financier and distributor of the movie franchise, will serve as a partner along with Jon Landau's Lightstorm Entertainment.
Justin Bieber excited fans when he premiered a new song called "Looking for You" on Thursday night, May 29. Arriving via the Canadian singer's SoundCloud page, the track features guest vocals from Atlanta rap group Migos.
Kim Kardashian now holds the record of most liked post on Instagram, beating previous record holder Justin Bieber. The reality star's photo from her wedding to Kanye West, which was uploaded three days ago, so far has garnered 1.93 million likes.
Two more new faces are added to the cast ensemble of "Insurgent" which already started filming in Atlanta for a March 20, 2015 release. Suki Waterhouse and Jonny Weston land roles in the sequel to Summit/Lionsgate's Young Adult movie "Divergent".
LeVar Burton's reaction when learning that the Kickstarter campaign he launched to revive "Reading Rainbow" has reached its goal is captured on camera. In a video posted on YouTube, the actor and his colleagues cheer and give each other hugs after the campaign has raised $1 million.
Demi Lovato is embarking on a world tour this fall. She made the exciting announcement on Thursday, May 29, less than two weeks after she wrapped up her 3-month and 48-date "Neon Lights" tour in Monterrey, Mexico.
Laverne Cox graces the cover of Time magazine's June 9 issue. The "Orange Is the New Black" star becomes the first transgender woman who is featured on the magazine's front page. Cox, who is also an activist, sports a skin tight blue dress on the cover and talks about her attempt to commit suicide due to bullying in an accompanying interview.
Another "Jeopardy!" contestant, Julia Collins, has become the talk of the town. Returning to the show on Thursday night, May 29, she scored her 19th win, tying the record for second-most wins in non-tournament games of all time with Dave Madden.
Kevin Reilly is stepping down as the head of entertainment programming at FOX in the wake of ratings decline for its shows. The top executive who has been at the network since 2007 announced the decision on Thursday, May 29.
Iggy Azalea has taken the No. 1 and No. 2 spots on Billboard 100. Her latest single "Fancy" recently ascended to No. 1 on Billboard 100, while her collaboration with Ariana Grande "Problem" jumped from last week's No. 3 to No. 2.
Brad Pitt has obtained temporary restraining order against a man who allegedly attacked him at "Maleficent" premiere at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood on Wednesday, May 28, multiple media report. Los Angeles Police Department spokesperson Officer Wendy Reyes confirmed that Pitt sought protective measure following the incident.
The second trailer of "Annie" has been released to give away more plot and funny moments. Most of the clips focus on the relationship between Quvenzhane Wallis' Annie and her benefactor Benjamin Stacks, played by Jamie Foxx.
Marilyn Manson will have a recurring role in the last season of FX's "Sons of Anarchy". The rocker was actually proud to be part of what "will probably be remembered as the most amazing piece of television cinema."
"90210" star AnnaLynne McCord revealed some shocking details of her personal life in the July issue of Cosmopolitan. The 26-year-old said she was raped as a teen and sexually assaulted early in her Hollywood career.
A "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For" poster featuring Eva Green has been banned by the Motion Picture Association of America for its "nudity" content. Although not technically naked, Green's breasts and sexy curves are seen through her sheer dressing gown.
Jennifer Lopez shows off her toned figure in new music video for "First Love". The "American Idol" judge frolics around in the desert in search of her dream man as she sings, "I wish you were my first love because if you were first, baby there would be no second, third or fourth love."