Angelina Jolie has made a strong defense of the United Nations, saying the world body, as "imperfect" as it is, needs reform but also support.
It is a tale as old as time (or one dating back to the 1990s, at least): Disney dusts off an animated classic, adds bells, whistles and real people, and everyone makes a fortune.
"Black-ish" star Yara Shahidi had lots of fans and supporters as she applied for college. She also had a letter of recommendation -- and some encouragement -- from Michelle Obama.
Samuel Jackson says he wasn't trying to slam black British actors when he criticized their casting in American films such as the horror hit "Get Out" and the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. drama "Selma."
Scarlett Johansson's husband was "shocked" by the star's divorce filing and sees the move as a "pre-emptive strike" in a battle over custody of the couple's toddler daughter, his lawyer said.
Beyonce has shown off more of her growing baby bump.
David Letterman says he would have handled President Donald Trump a bit differently than "Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon.
Adele has officially announced she and longtime partner Simon Konecki are married, weeks after hinting at a wedding.
Arnold Schwarzenegger said Friday that he's through with "The New Celebrity Apprentice," and he's blaming President Donald Trump for the television reality show's recent poor performance.
How would you like to be Emma Watson's adult nanny?