British stars including Benedict Cumberbatch, Keira Knightley and Patrick Stewart urged voters to back staying in the European Union in a joint letter published on Friday.
ATLANTA -- A discussion about politics upset actor Wendell Pierce so much that he followed a group of people to their hotel room, tried to force his way inside, hit a woman in the head and ripped the hood off of her hoodie, she told Atlanta police in a report released Monday.
Angelina Jolie says she is "very disheartened" by the U.S. response to the global migration crisis, and fears countries will adopt increasingly isolationist policies instead of acting together to tackle the challenge.
Mariah Carey is no stranger to honors and awards, but the pop star said that her GLAAD Ally Award, which she received at the annual event on Saturday in New York, was something more.
Rapper Azealia Banks has apologized for a stream of racist and Islamophobic invective against former One Direction heartthrob Zayn Malik that led Twitter to suspend her.
In the last few years, Shia LaBeouf has recast himself as a conceptual artist, gravitated to more experimental filmmakers and repeatedly raised eyebrows for his antics, famously including wearing a paper bag over his head at a Berlin Film Festival premiere.
Actress Vanessa Hudgens has paid US$1,000 in restitution for carving a heart into a red rock wall during a trip to Sedona, Arizona.
George Clooney has vowed that Donald Trump will not be elected president, promising that "fear is not going to be something that drives" the United States.
A representative for "Harry Potter" actress Emma Watson said she had an offshore company for privacy reasons only.
Jon Bon Jovi knows he can't help society by curing cancer or splitting atoms. But he can use his celebrity to command the attention of millions of people, including some of the wealthiest and most powerful.