No matter what it looks like in the paparazzi pictures, celebrities don't necessarily have it easy when it comes to motherhood.
With Mother's Day being this weekend, CNN talked to a few stars about their takes on parenting.
Earlier this week, Jennifer Lopez talked about how her struggles with getting pregnant helped her relate to her character, who's waiting to adopt. Now, some of her co-stars are talking about their experiences with kids.
Today's news you might've missed:
The princess of romantic comedies, Rachel McAdams, is at it again.
This time, “The Notebook” actress is in negotiations to star in the romantic comedy “About Time,” according to the Hollywood Reporter.
It’s the latest from British filmmaker Richard Curtis, who wrote “Love Actually” and “Bridget Jones’s Diary.”
Two years ago we spoke to Leonard Nimoy about what was to be his final acting role on "Fringe."
Just over a year ago, Nimoy returned to voice the role of William Bell in a partially-animated episode of the cult sci-fi series.
One "Transformers" movie and one "Big Bang Theory" episode later (both voice roles as well, mind you), viewers were stunned to see Nimoy return once again to "Fringe" in his first appearance on-screen in two years. So what brought him back?
If you've wondered how Whitney Houston's loved ones are coping with her recent death, Lifetime's going to show you: The network's picked up 10, hour-long episodes of a docu-series following members of Houston's family.
Tentatively called "The Houston Family Chronicles," the show will feature Whitney's daughter, Bobbi Kristina; the late entertainer's mother Cissy; her brother Gary and his wife Pat Houston, who was also Whitney's manager; and the couple's teen daughter, Rayah.
According to a statement from Lifetime, "The Houston Family Chronicles" will follow "Pat and her husband ... as they take on their greatest challenge, supporting and guiding Bobbi Kristina as she faces the world alone, without the one person she relied on the most, her mother."
No cat fights over here: Eva Longoria has said that despite the gossip, she doesn't have any beef with her “Desperate Housewives” co-stars.
The 37-year-old actress set the record straight on "The Late Show With David Letterman" on Wednesday.
"We all get along," Longoria said. "Everybody says that [we don't]."
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