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"Into the Woods" actress also told the host stories about things she's done after taking the sleeping aid Ambien
The actor opens up about what he did to prep for his role as Christian Grey in the upcoming film
The former "Saved by the Bell" star previews the series fiale of "White Collar" and hints about her next big project.
An old Disney film, featuring Oswald, the Lucky Rabbit, has been discovered just in time for the holidays
The episode will premiere in early 2015
John and Furnish were among the first couples in Britain to seal a civil partnership when it was introduced in 2005
The "Big Eyes" actress is hosting the Dec. 20 episode with musical guests One Direction
A new year. A new set of movies and TV series -- see what's in store for early 2015
Here's what critics have to say about the final film in Peter Jackson's trilogy
The fallout from the Sony Pictures Entertainment hack that began four weeks ago continues
Los Angeles prosecutors declined to file any charges against the comedian after a woman claimed he molested her around 1974
Sony told theater owners Tuesday that it's supportive of individual decisions on whether or not to show the film
The former "7th Heaven" star talks to People magazine about having inappropriate sexual contact with three female minors
Another contender from Blake Shelton's team wins the NBC sing-off series
Actor bulked up for "American Sniper," honed his craft on Broadway in "The Elephant Man"
While in New York City as lead in the "The Elephant Man" on Broadway, Cooper says he cherishes riding the subway. He also talks about the life-changing moment that put fame in perspective.
Known for his roles in "Silver Linings Playbook" and "American Hustle," Cooper shares how his father's death in 2011 still impacts him today.
Los Angeles prosecutors say they will not file child sexual abuse charges against Bill Cosby in connection with one of his accusers. And, the Rock and Roll Hall of fame welcomes a fourth Beatle. Suzanne Marques has those stories and more in today's Eye on Entertainment.
Group warning moviegoers to stay away from "The Interview" or risk 9/11-like violence; theaters said to be scrapping showings
"Ferris Bueller's Day Off," "Rosemary's Baby" and "Willy Wonka" among latest titles to be preserved by Library of Congress