It's not uncommon to hear an uber-famous star grunt and moan about lost privacy - and some may argue fairly - but "Twilight Saga" star Ashley Greene is trying to see the celebrity glass as half-full.
Greene, who's best known for playing Alice Cullen in the "Twilight" movies, gets her fair share of fan attention and scrutiny - and "it's a little creepy sometimes," she tells CNN.
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With Netflix and DirecTV around, defunct TV series may never really die.
According to TVLine, both companies are exploring their options with AMC's axed series, "The Killing," which was canceled last month after its second season conclusion.
You're not alone if, upon seeing the cover art for Alicia Keys' new album on Thursday, you assumed the singer must have been spending sleepless nights devouring Suzanne Collins' "Hunger Games" trilogy.
"Girl on Fire"? Come on - obvious reference to Katniss Everdeen, right? Yeah ... not so much.
Ryan Lochte's found a partying pal in Prince Harry, but he sounds a little relieved that he missed out on the royal's recent clothing optional get-together.
The Olympic champ and the prince met for the first time in Las Vegas at a pool party over the weekend, when Harry challenged Lochte to a race.
Michelle Rodriguez doesn't think it'll earn her an Oscar nod, but at least this particular scene in the upcoming Lee Daniels film "The Paperboy" is garnering Nicole Kidman plenty of press.
The tidal wave of headlines first emerged from this year's Cannes, with critics making mention of a scene in which Kidman urinates on her co-star Zac Efron, whose character at that moment had been stung by a jellyfish.
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