If Ken Jeong has his way, "The Hangover" wouldn't end with this weekend's third installment.
To the physician-turned-actor, there's one unsung hero of the franchise whose story has yet to be fully explored: his own diabolical Mr. Chow.
As one of the more outspoken personalities on Twitter, it's no surprise when Chrissy Teigen gets into a war of words with other users.
This week, the sparring has been over her remark about "Teen Mom" Farrah Abraham, who just sold a sex tape starring herself and porn actor James Deen.
There was a lot of talk about bulking up at the Hollywood premiere of “Pain & Gain” on Monday.
Mark Wahlberg told CNN he put on quite a bit of weight to star in the Michael Bay film, which is based on the true story of a gang of bodybuilders who got caught up in extortion, kidnapping and murder in the ‘90s.
“That ‘Pain & Gain’ workout routine was a one-off,” Wahlberg said. “I don’t want to walk around at 212 pounds all the time.”
With so many naysayers, it’s nice to know that Lindsay Lohan’s colleagues have her back.
At the Hollywood premiere of “Scary Movie 5” on Thursday, Lohan’s co-stars told CNN that the actress is back on the right track.
Within the past year, Tom Cruise has played a rocker right out of an '80s hair band and a retired military cop who's famous among bookworms, but on April 19 he'll return to sci-fi.
The 50-year-old actor will appear in "Oblivion" as a nostalgic member of a "mop-up crew," which are charged with repairing drones on a desolate Earth.
To Laila Ali, being an athlete means living like a role model, whether one wants to or not.
And, as the boxer and former athlete told CNN at the Tuesday premiere of the Jackie Robinson biopic "42," she doesn't have much sympathy for athletes who think otherwise.
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