Jennifer Lawrence isn't the sort of actress who has a hard time stepping out of character once she's finished wrapping a project.
“No, I’m not method at all," Lawrence told us of her post-"Catching Fire" experience at the Monday premiere of her new movie, "Silver Linings Playbook." "As soon as they call 'cut,' I’m thinking about food and moving on."
As 14-year-old "Modern Family" actress Ariel Winter faces family struggles in her personal life, her co-stars tell CNN that they always stick up for each other, no matter what.
"We are a weird little family off-screen," said Ty Burrell, who portrays "Modern Family's" Phil Dunphy, the dad of Winter's brainy middle child character, Alex. "None of us had ever really experienced anything like this. Having gone through it a little bit, the shared experience helps you to understand and defend your cast-mates, but also to be more bonded."
You may be a fan of Kelly Clarkson's older hits, like "Since U Been Gone" and "Miss Independent," but the 30-year-old singer herself would rather tune out.
"Sometimes, I can't listen to really old school songs ... because they just use so much autotune when it's not needed that it kills me. I can't listen to it," Clarkson told CNN. "What I love about that though is on songs like 'Miss Independent,' not only was it autotune, I just sounded different, I sounded so young."
"The Twilight Saga" has been such a consistently major part of pop culture over the past four years, it's hard to remember a time before "Twilight," let alone imagine what a "Twilight"-less future looks like.
Photos: On the red carpet at the "Breaking Dawn - Part 2" premiere
And for the trio of actors at the heart of the adaptation, which has spun Stephenie Meyer's four novels into a five-film epic, the best way to sum up the end of their "Twilight" era is "surreal."
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.
At this point, we wouldn't be shocked if "American Idol" has reached out to you, dear reader, to judge the next season's competition. This list of "maybes" just keeps growing longer.
One day it's Nick Jonas, then it's Nicki Minaj, then it's Brad Paisley or Keith Urban or Kanye West. And now, Alanis Morissette tells us that she, too, has had a conversation about sitting at that table.
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