Suge Knight has been arrested and charged with the murder of Terry Carter following yesterday's fatal hit-and-run. According to TMZ, Knight turned himself into the LAPD around 3 a.m. and was formally arrested by 4:15. "So far, people we talked to said it looked like it was an intentional act. So we're handling it as a…
Christina Aguilera covers Billboard Magazine this month to promote her newest album, Lotus, featuring the single "Your Body." In the interview, she recalls the pressure that music studios put on her image in the early-aughts, something she's not standing for in these P.B. (Post-Burlesque) days:
Kristen Stewart has dropped out of Cali, the movie she was going to film with Alex Pettyfer, and will not show up to the premiere of On The Road. This is probably because her co-star in the Kerouac adaptation is Tom Sturridge, Friend Of R. Patz, which would admittedly be pretty awkward.
Since very, very few of us have had intimate, personal conversations with Pregnance or Jay-Z about the sex of their child, it's impossible to say what it's going to be. Unless you're Kelly Rowland and you have talked to Pregnance. Then you'd know it's pretty much going to be a girl.
Last night's Academy Awards ceremony was slightly on the boring side, but thankfully, the audience was full of entertainers, who couldn't help but make goofy faces—whether intentional or not—to our delight. Here they are, in endless rotating animation.
Clocking in at around three and a half hours, last night's 82nd Annual Academy Awards was long and, for some celebs, boring (interpretive dance!). Here, we've collected some of our favorite reaction shots during the ceremony.
The British Academy Film Awards, perhaps better known as the BAFTAs, or "the British Oscars," are taking place in London this evening, and the stars are out in full force, wearing their glamorous awards-season best:
Last night's 67th Annual Golden Globes saw laughs, tears, surprises, disappointments, and lots of drinking. In this gallery, we compile how these moments played out among stars.
Critics were horrified by The Lovely Bones, and not because it deals with the rape and murder of a 14-year-old girl. In Peter Jackson's hands, the complex themes of Alice Sebold's award-winning book are reduced to a sentimental CGI whodunit.