Morrissey was scheduled to appear on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" Tuesday, but the singer has since canceled.
His rep told CNN in a statement that while Morrissey is "thankful for being invited to perform on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live,'" he can't "morally be on a television program where the cast members of 'Duck Dynasty' will also be guests."
If you're anything like us, you saw the trailers for "Movie 43" and immediately took notice of how many major stars were cast to do ridiculous things.
From Halle Berry to Emma Stone to Oscar nominee Hugh Jackman, the comedy has an ensemble cast to rival all of those movies about holidays.
So when we caught up with producer Peter Farrelly at "Movie 43's" premiere on Wednesday, we had to ask how they handled casting.
Without a new season of "American Idol" to pencil in her calendar, Jennifer Lopez is eyeing some studio time.
The actress and singer told CNN Tuesday while discussing her new crime thriller, "Parker," that the past few years haven't allowed for extra time to put toward her career.
“With 'Idol' I had that for two years, and right before that, you know, it was like baby time [with twins Max and Emme], and I wasn’t doing as much," the 43-year-old said. "But now I’m back to it. Now, look out!”
At age 9, "Beasts of the Southern Wild" star Quvenzhané Wallis has a self-possessed quality that any adult would envy.
The fourth-grade newcomer tells CNN that her Academy Award nomination for best actress didn't catch her off guard this week, but she does recognize the honor of not only nabbing the recognition but also being the youngest lead actress ever to do so.
Below is an edited transcript of an interview that CNN's KJ Matthews had with Wallis and "Beasts" director Benh Zeitlin, who also earned a nod in the best director category.
Director and stuntman David R. Ellis has died, a rep for Ellis tells CNN. The "Snakes on a Plane" helmer passed away on Monday.
Perhaps best known for leading that 2006 action thriller starring Samuel L. Jackson, Ellis also directed 2003's "Final Destination 2" and 2009's "The Final Destination." His first credit as director was 1996's "Homeward Bound 2: Lost in San Francisco."
"The Guilt Trip" is the perfect title for Barbra Streisand's new movie, because the actress tells CNN she would've had one if she'd passed on starring in the comedy.
Streisand, 70, has been much more selective about her film roles as of late, but this upcoming flick co-starring Seth Rogen swayed her into saying yes.
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