Retired actress Kim Novak has broken her silence over the mean comments people made about her face after watching her onstage at the 2014 Oscars more than a month ago.
The 81-year-old, known for roles in movies such as Alfred Hitchcock's 1958 film "Vertigo," posted a letter titled "Kim Novak speaks out about Oscar bullying" on her Facebook page on Thursday, April 17, in which she slams "bullies." She also said in an interview with the Associated Press that she didn't leave her house for days after reading what people wrote.
Congrats to "Hawaii Five-0" star Alex O'Loughlin and girlfriend Malia Jones -- they got married in -- where else -- Hawaii.
The two, who are parents to a 17-month-old son, Lion, live in the state, where the CBS reboot series is filmed. Jones, a 37-year-old surfer and model, was raised in Hawaii.
In her new book, "The Kind Mama," Alicia Silverstone writes about pregnancy, motherhood and childrearing and shares advice she's gotten from doctors and other healthcare professionals, midwives, nutritionists and more to inform readers about alternative methods they can choose when it comes to their bodies and families.
Silverstone, 37, also shares in the book that her son Bear Blu, who turns 3 in May, has never had "a drop of medicine."
Miley Cyrus remains hospitalized after suffering a "severe allergic reaction to antibiotics" and has postponed two concerts after cancelling two others.
The 21-year-old pop star had checked into a medical center earlier this week, halting her "Bangerz" tour. She canceled a concert in Kansas City that was set to take place on April 15 as well as an April 16 St. Louis gig. On Thursday, April 17, Cyrus tweeted an update about her condition. (Warning: Her Twitter page contains explicit content)
The official trailer for the second season of "Orange Is The New Black" was released and boy, are we in for some major drama from one of the top 13 TV shows of 2013.
Before we get into what happens in the trailer for season 2, which can be viewed here (Warning: video contains uncensored expletives), let's remember what was going on with the ladies of Litchfield in the season 1 finale. Warning: spoilers ahead if you haven't watched season 1.
A "Mrs. Doubtfire" sequel is in the works, more than 20 years after the hit family film was released, but there is one star who does not seem keen about the idea -- former child star Mara Wilson.
The original 1993 movie marked the first major onscreen project for the actress, who is now 26 and famously penned the 2013 Cracked.com article "7 Reasons Child Stars Go Crazy (An Insider's Perspective)." She played Natalie Hillard, the daughter of Sally Field's character, a mother of three who hires what she thinks is an elderly, female nanny, but who is actually her estranged husband, a voice actor. Robin Williams dresses in drag to play the character, one of his most popular roles.
Gabriel Garcia Marquez, the Nobel laureate whose novels and short stories exposed tens of millions of readers to Latin America's passion, superstition, violence and inequality, died at home in Mexico City around midday, according to people close to his family. He was 87.
Widely considered the most popular Spanish-language writer since Miguel de Cervantes in the 17th century, Garcia Marquez achieved literary celebrity that spawned comparisons to Mark Twain and Charles Dickens.
James Franco reportedly didn't hold back on New York Times theater critic Ben Brantley recently.
The 35-year-old actor, who is currently starring as George Milton in a Broadway revival of "Of Mice and Men," took to Instagram to share Variety's favorable review of the play.