Bill Murray doesn't have an agent. He doesn't have a publicist. He doesn't even seem to have a fixed address. That's why he's the greatest.
Chrissy Teigen, usually one of Twitter's more resilient members, has apparently quit the site.
TMZ reports that TLC has canceled "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo" in light of reports that "Mama June" Shannon is dating a registered sex offender.
"Constantine" is the latest comic-book adaptation to come to TV. It's part of NBC's Friday fright lineup.
Madeleine Albright and Conan O'Brien staged a humorous battle of wits on Twitter.
One Direction has announced summer tour dates for the On the Road Again Tour just two months after their Where We Are Tour ended.
Archie Andrews has lived, died and gone through a zombie apocalypse. And now, the comic book character is returning to TV.
Just another big name for Zach Galifianakis and "Between Two Ferns": Brad Pitt.
Robin Williams' daughter Zelda honored her father with a hummingbird tattoo.
The new trailer for "Avengers: Age of Ultron" is, in a word, "Hulktastic."
Actress Elizabeth Peña died partly from complications related to alcoholism, according to her death certificate obtained by CNN.
James Corden now has a date for his first broadcast of "The Late Late Show": March 9, 2015.
Move over, Ashton Kutcher. Christian Bale is going to give the role of Steve Jobs a go.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg spoke Chinese to an audience at a Beijing university. Other English-speaking notables also capable in other tongues.
Will Smith's date doctor "Hitch" is setting up a practice on TV.
Renee Zellweger's new look is so different from her "Jerry Maguire" and "Bridget Jones's Diary" days that some questioned whether it was the same person.
Gross is par for the course when it comes to "The Walking Dead."
Get ready for another addition to the line of Disney heroines: Moana, an ocean adventurer.
A new preview for "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay -- Part 1" was released Wednesday. Titled "Choice," it's got fans more eager than ever.
Matthew McConaughey lit a social media fire with comments about his favorite NFL team, the Washington Redskins.
"Track 3" from Taylor Swift's new album shot to No. 1 on iTunes in Canada. But the release was an accident, as the track is eight seconds of white noise.
Alt-metal rockers Primus were never ones to do things the normal way, so why start now?
"Django Unchained" actress Daniele Watts and her boyfriend have been charged with one count each of lewd conduct, a spokesman said Tuesday.
Oscar de la Renta, who died Monday at the age of 82, was as much an icon as some of the celebrities he dressed over the years.
Women as "Ghostbusters" is a good start. What about Sofia Vergara as Scarface or Cate Blanchett as the next Bond?
Good news, ladies (and gentlemen): Country star Jason Aldean is extending his sold-out Burn It Down Tour into 2015.
Nicholas Brendon, best known as Xander Harris on the "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" TV series, was arrested in Boise, Idaho, police said.
Jason Momoa's audition tape for "Game of Thrones" is an impressive piece of work.
Who needs Fourth of July fireworks when you have Joan Rivers around?
Neil Diamond has revealed the true story behind his song "Sweet Caroline."
It's not a great sign for the music industry when the year's top-selling album is the soundtrack to a Disney movie.
Body of "August: Osage County" actress Misty Upham is believed to have been found, according to a news report from a Seattle television station.
Brad Pitt triumphed over Ben Affleck at the box office this weekend as "Fury" ousted "Gone Girl" from its two-week ride as the nation's No. 1 movie.
Joanne Borgella, "American Idol" contestant in 2008, died on Saturday at age 32 after battling with cancer, her family said.
Four decades after his death, Jimi Hendrix is finally reaching his toughest audience -- a group he called "my people."
Charlie Sheen says he's calling off engagement to former adult film actor Brett Rossi weeks so he can focus on his children.
Netflix will team up with Leonardo DiCaprio to distribute the documentary "VIRUNGA," about a quest to save endangered mountain gorillas in Africa.
There's a reason for Bono's ever-present orange-tinted sunglasses, and it's not rock-star affectation. The U2 frontman has glaucoma.
Jim Marshall was always watching. A new book showcases his mid-'60s photos of San Francisco's Haight-Ashbury.
First the Black Keys' Patrick Carney lit into Justin Bieber. Now he's taking on U2. Carney didn't like U2's free iTunes release: It "devalued their music."
Brad Pitt's "Fury" means to grab us hard from the first scene and never let go. Mission accomplished.
Had enough of Ebola news coverage? Wait until you see the TV series. Ridley Scott is one of the people behind it.
Former Disney star Selena Gomez isn't taking criticism of her tough year lying down.
John Grisham has apologized for telling a UK paper that he believes some who view child porn are receiving punishments that don't fit the crime.
Warwick Davis, known for his role as Wicket the Ewok in "Return of the Jedi," will return for "Star Wars: Episode VII."
Kansas City Royals superfan Paul Rudd was so excited about the team's win, he offered to throw a kegger.
Joan Rivers died of "therapeutic complications" during a procedure to evaluate her "voice changes" and stomach reflux, the New York medical examiner said.
The 1980s cult cartoon series "Jem and the Holograms" has an official release date: October 23, 2015.
Dr. Luke's lawyer is going public with details of what the music producer alleges is Kesha's attempt to extort him to get out of her recording contract.
"Sex and the City's" Chris Noth has made an apparent joke that fans likely won't find funny.
Foo Fighters have made the most of residency on "The Late Show with David Letterman" -- and even moved the host to the verge of tears with "Miracle"
Here are five things to know about Ezra Miller, the newly announced Flash in the DC Comics movie universe.
Wonder Woman will get her own movie in 2017, Warner Bros. Pictures announced on Wednesday. The movie will star Gal Gadot in the title role.
Ben Affleck's appearance on Bill Maher's "Real Time" turned into a heated discussion when Maher and author Sam Harris voiced opinions on Islam.
Actress Elizabeth Peña has died of natural causes after a brief illness, her manager told CNN. She was 55.
Neil Patrick Harris revealed he will host the Academy Awards next February by tweeting a video of him checking "Host the Oscars" from his "bucket list."
Shia LaBeouf is finally telling the full story of how he got arrested at a Broadway production of "Cabaret," and it's worth every minute.
Misty Upham, a Native American actress with roles in "August: Osage County" and "Frozen River," has been missing for more than a week, her family said.
Did Lady Gaga and "Chicago Fire" actor Taylor Kinney make things "official"?
Rainbow Brite, the spunky animated savior of all things colorful, is making a comeback.
Isaiah "Ikey" Owens, the keyboardist in Jack White's backing band, has died. The musician also played with bands such as Mars Volta and Free Moral Agents.
Prince will be the musical guest on NBC's "Saturday Night Live" on November 1, a show hosted by Chris Rock.
Drake's "Worst Behavior" paid off at 2014's BET Hip Hop Awards, as the rapper took home two honors.
Ooh, looks like things are heating up between Snoop Dogg and Iggy Azalea -- and not in a good way.
Kesha and Dr. Luke exchanged harsh accusations in lawsuits filed by the singer and producer Tuesday.
Even if you've never been a fan of Glen Campbell, this song's certain to tug at your heartstrings.
The CW's "Jane the Virgin" and "The Flash" are turning out to be two of the fall season's best new shows.
She's pretty gutsy in an industry that's running scared. Here are five other reasons why you can't help but like Taylor Swift, even if you're not a fan.
In honor of "Pulp Fiction's" 20th anniversary, here are 20 fun facts about the Quentin Tarantino movie.
Syfy announced Ben Affleck and Matt Damon's production company will join CBS Television Studios to develop "Incorporated."
Mark Bell, who founded the highly influential techno music duo LFO and later collaborated with Bjork on several iconic albums, has died.
It's looks like we'll get to see Robert Downey Jr. don the Iron Man suit at least three more times.
Amal Alamuddin, George Clooney's new wife, is now Amal Clooney, according to her law firm's website.
Do moviegoers buy into Robert Downey Jr.'s portrayal of "Iron Man" because the character is not that much of a stretch?
Pop star Demi Lovato accepts a marriage proposal from Grant, a 5-year-old, on her Demi World Tour in Moline, Illinois.
The FX show "Archer" has decided to use some levity to deal with a name that is far from funny these days: ISIS.
The 30th anniversary of "The Ghostbusters" just became sweeter.
The men's publication has named Penelope Cruz, one of Hollywood's most notoriously private stars, as this year's "Sexiest Woman Alive."
"The Walking Dead" returned for a fifth season on AMC after fans waited since March to find out the fate of Rick Grimes and many of the survivors.
Actress and comedian Jan Hooks died in New York on Thursday. Hooks was best known as a "Saturday Night Live" cast member.
Australian rapper Iggy Azalea is poised to dominate this year's American Music Awards.
Color us confused.
In a box office showdown between "Gone Girl" and "Dracula Untold," the returning champion held on to No. 1.
"The Mortal Instruments" may not have taken off in theaters, but that doesn't mean it can't work on TV.
Amanda Bynes' claim a microchip in her brain made her tweet bad things about her father could be key evidence in keeping the actress in a mental facility.
"Real Housewives of Atlanta" star Phaedra Parks is calling it quits with husband Apollo Nida, who is serving eight years in federal prison.
Amanda Bynes grabbed media attention Friday with series of tweets about her father, her looks and her mental state. She's been in the public eye for years.
Queen Elizabeth makes Angelina Jolie an honorary dame at Buckingham Palace for her campaign to end the scourge of sexual violence in war zones.
Shia LaBeouf can sum up his turbulent year in two words: "existential crisis."
"The Walking Dead" returns for a fifth season on AMC Sunday, and fans have been waiting since March to find out the fate of Rick Grimes and many of the survivors.
"On With the Show," indeed. Fleetwood Mac announced it's expanding the current tour into 2015.
Katy Perry is reportedly set to star at February's Super Bowl halftime show.