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Jennifer Lawrence doesn't use social media very often, so when she does, you know it's got to be about something important. The 24-year-old actress posted a message to Facebook on Friday in an effort to clear up the rumor that she and director David O. Show More Summary
It's clear that dragons are coming, but that's not even the biggest reveal in HBO's new "Game of Thrones" Season 5 poster. The image shows Tyrion aboard a ship looking at a huge dragon that appears to be Drogon. But, other than justShow More Summary
As I was watching the final moments of a very long Oscars telecast, all but certain that Birdman was about to be announced Best Picture, I was not offended so much as baffled when Sean Penn joked about Mexican director Alejandro G. Iñárritu's...Show More Summary
Few fictional characters, particularly from television, have been as enduring in the public consciousness, memorable and profound as Spock, and few actors have both inhabited and created a character as fully and brilliantly as Leonard Nimoy did with Spock. Show More Summary
In the last few years, Khloe Kardashian has undergone a dramatic body transformation. Anyone who follows her on social media knows the woman puts in hours at the gym, sweating it out. On Friday, she had a bit of an epiphany after taking a selfie in the mirror, which revealed her incredibly toned abs. "My fitness journey will be a life long journey. Show More Summary
It looks Emojis are taking over more than just your text threads. In the new video "Disney's Frozen as told by Emoji," the blockbuster film gets reimagined with the cutest little animated faces. At less than three (very entertaining) minutes, could the short film nod to a whole new emoji genre? Here's hoping.
"House of Cards" is back! After months of anticipation, everyone's favorite power-hungry, fourth-wall-breaking politician has returned to Netflix for a third season. Here are some "House of Cards" charts to prep you before you disappear into a weekend of binge-watching. If you're not caught up completely, you may want to turn back, since there are a few spoilers ahead.
They made music together, took drugs together, formed bands together, slept together. But none of the legends of the Laurel Canyon scene that flowered in L.A. in the late 60s and early 70s—Joni Mitchell, David Crosby, Linda Ronstadt, and others—remember it quite the same way.
"Hey, who's paying for this?" asked Conan O'Brien as he entered an Italian restaurant in Midtown Manhattan, where about a dozen journalists were sitting in front of appetizers, waiting for him to arrive. The purpose of the luncheon was to hear, first-hand, how O'Brien became the first U.S. Show More Summary
Will Forte greets me outside the bathroom, extending his hand as I zip up my fly. We are at the production offices of his new television show on the far northwest side of the San Fernando Valley, and I’ve shown up early for our interview.
Bruce Lee's life will make it to the big screen, according to an announcement made by his daughter, Shannon Lee, on Friday. His family will be fully involved in the biopic's production as Bruce Lee Entertainment will partner with Lawrence...Show More Summary
A tricky scene that takes place in a bathroom didn't scare Julianne Moore away from accepting a leading role in "Maps To The Stars," but the same can't be said for others. In a conversation with HuffPost Live on Thursday, the film'sShow More Summary
What makes a good teen movie? Tina Fey? The 2004 version of Lindsay Lohan? Glen Coco? "Mean Girls" has become the definitive high school comedy and "The DUFF" may be the classic for the next generation. "The DUFF" hits all of the teen...Show More Summary
Without Spock, there would be no "Star Trek." The Starship Enterprise's part-Vulcan officer always captivated audiences with his wit and logic while knowing exactly how to keep Captain Kirk in check. On Friday, Leonard Nimoy, the actor who made Spock famous, died at the age of 83. Show More Summary
The last 24 hours of the Internet have been pretty weird. First we all stopped to watch a live llama chase, and then there was that argument over the color of a dress. (It's blue and black, by the way.) Because we could all use a reset, here are some classic photos of Vice President Joe Biden being himself, doing his thing, keeping it real:
Between the Oscars, Brit Awards and Elle Style Awards, there was no shortage of spectacular red carpet moments. While sparkly and sheer dresses were a huge trend, stars like Janelle Monae and Diane Kruger stood out in pant outfits. Rashida Jones hit up the Hollywood after-party scene in a gorgeous floral gown that channeled spring. Show More Summary
A top commodity after taking home the Oscar for playing Stephen Hawking, Eddie Redmayne is prepping another transformative role. This time he'll portray Lili Elbe, the first person to undergo a successful gender confirmation procedure. The...Show More Summary
“Fashion Police” host Giuliana Rancic recently apologized to Zendaya Coleman for offensive comments she made about her hair on the Oscars red carpet. Since then, Zendaya has publicly accepted Rancic’s apology on Instagram. Now, her best...Show More Summary
After slamming the ticket prices of Justin Timberlake and Jay Z’s 2013 “Legends of the Summer” tour, Kid Rock is making headlines once again -- this time for blasting Queen Bey herself. During a recent interview with Rolling Stone magazine,...Show More Summary