Chloe Sevigny is retreating from the bright lights of Hollywood and heading to "Portlandia."
Mila Kunis, James Franco and Casey Affleck are joining "Third Person," the first film project for Paul Haggis since his bitter departure from the Church of Scientology was detailed in the New Yorker.
It looks like Ellen DeGeneres will "just keep swimming" to the box office. The comedian and talk show host is reportedly in negotiations to return for the upcoming "Finding Nemo" sequel.
Janice Min, the entertainment editor credited with helping Us Weekly "feed a hunger for celebrity," is outraged by the scrutiny of post-pregnancy female bodies. There's one-very big -- problem with that.
The next season of "The Office" will be the last. NBC is canceling the Emmy winning sitcom after nine season.
Unconfirmed rumors swirled on Tuesday that Mel Gibson has a new girlfriend, aspiring musician Nadia Lanfranconi. According to The New York Post, Gibson and Lanfranconi are dating, despite the actor denying the rumors about their romantic relationship, after being seen together over the weekend.
Several passengers who witnessed Tony Scott's tragic jump off the Vincent Thomas Bridge in Los Angeles are shopping around video of the fatal leap. While TMZ has reportedly seen the footage, the Thirty Mile Zone entertainment news outlet opted to steer clear of the potentially controversial video and not purchase the material.
Stephen King?s ?The Dark Tower? series of novels was on-track to be made into not only a motion picture, but at one point was rumored to be in development as a made-for-TV miniseries. New comes via The Hollywood Reporter, that all plans to develop the series as a live-action property are canceled at Warner Brothers.
Ridley Scott is halting production of his next film, "The Counselor," in the wake of his brother Tony Scott's death.
Megan Fox proudly showed off her baby bump recently look effortlessly adorable as a pregnant lady and giving every another reason to be jealous of the actress, as if we needed it.
Ken Watanabe is set to star in the Japanese version of the 1992 American film "Unforgiven."
Music and celebrity blog publisher Buzzmedia Inc. has hired digital veteran Stephen Hansen as its new president, the company said Monday, a month after it acquired Spin magazine and laid off its top editors.
A source close Tony Scott told ABC News on Monday that the 68-year-old director had inoperable brain cancer. The report has not been confirmed by authorities, and so far Scott?s family is not commenting.
Tony Scott's tragic jump off the Vincent Thomas Bridge in Los Angeles County was reportedly witnessed by a group of passengers on a harbor cruise. According to TMZ, some of those passengers took photos and shot video.
The same day as their one year anniversary of the "Fairytale Wedding" that lasted a mere 72 days, the ex-girlfriend of Kris Humphries Myla Sinanaj will testify in a deposition for his divorce to Kim Kardashian on Monday.
Tony Scott, the famed Hollywood film director responsible for movies such as "Top Gun" and "Beverly Hills Cop II," among many other blockbusters, jumped to his death on Sunday off a Los Angeles bridge.