Samar Qupty was traveling on Wednesday night to the Colombia Film Festival to promote her film “Junction 48.”
Actress Selma Blair apologized after being taken off a plane on a stretcher following a mid-air outburst on a trip home from a family getaway.
The Golden Globes are usually all glitz, glam and longwinded speeches. But this year, A-listers used their big night to stand up for social justice causes, from free speech to transgender issues.
The Golden Globe Awards are coming tonight. Not prepared? We’ve got you covered with a handy guide to all the members of the tribe you should watch out for.
Luise Rainer, who died at age 104, stood up to fascism and won Oscars in back to back years. Benjamin Ivry remembers the Jewish diva’s turbulent career.
This year saw Maggie Gyllenhaal, 36, step into the spotlight in a new way. Although she’s been a leading actress for more than a decade since the eccentric 2002 comedy “Secretary,” she has mostly been known for her supporting roles in films such as “The Dark Knight” and “Crazy Heart.” In this year’s television series “The Honorable Woman,” written for the BBC and SundanceTV, she proved she could anchor a dramatic story on her own.
Polly Bergen, who won accolades as a film, television and stage actress as well as a singer, has died.
Yiddish actress Esther Nadya Neroslavska was a first-class prima donna who truly suffered for her art — or at least for her union’s control of the arts.
Uh oh. Turns out we’ve all committed a major faux-pas when it comes to Scarlett Johansson. And no, it’s not questioning her political correctness over the SodaStream debacle.
Actresses Natalie Portman and Kristen Stewart are Hollywood’s most bankable stars and provide studios with the highest average returns for their films, according to Forbes.com.