Shailene Woodley and Theo James worked opposite each other for weeks making the first of the "Divergent" films, but they clearly aren't weary of each others' faces yet.During a chat on TODAY Wednesday, Savannah Guthrie pulled out several magazines featuring the film's two stars.
Actor Kristian Nairn plays faithful and gigantic servant Hodor on the HBO fantasy series "Game of Thrones," where his character says only his own name over and over.
It took just a couple minutes for Ellen DeGeneres to assemble some A-listers at the Oscars, get a picture snapped, share it, and break Twitter.
Monday night's "Bachelor" finale was controversial to many fans, but "Bachelor" Juan Pablo Galavis and the woman he chose, Nikki Ferrell, are defending their relationship on social media — and dissing haters, while thanking supporters.Galavis shared a selfie of the new couple.
In what was one of "The Bachelor's" most shocking finales, winner Nikki Ferrell received only a single rose and the reassurance that Juan Pablo Galavis liked her "a lot." That's right, there was no giant Neil Lane sparkler or even an "I love you" — in other words, no proposal.
When it comes to using a public restroom, it's safe to say most guys are familiar with what we'll call "urinal etiquette" — aka, the unspoken rule that you try to leave a little room between yourself and the other bathroom patrons.
"The Real Housewives of New York City" are back for a new season of wine sipping, romance woes and, if one clip from the new season is any indication, all of the usual frequent feuding fans have come to expect.
Olivia Benson and Elliot Stabler have finally reunited! OK, not exactly. But "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" star Mariska Hargitay and her former on-screen partner Chris Meloni really did meet up recently.
Theresa Caputo, the star of TLC's paranormal hit "Long Island Medium," stopped by TODAY Tuesday morning to talk about her series, but some other visitors in Studio 1A caught her attention instead.
Kyle MacLachlan may be playing a man trying to corral a 10-year-old girl's supernatural abilities by any means necessary in the new NBC series "Believe," but trust him, he's "just misunderstood.
Jimmy Fallon gave visitors to Rockefeller Center's Top of the Rock in New York a souvenir worth bragging about when he and "Mad Men" star Jon Hamm photobombed their tourist snapshots.
Being an actor is pretty impressive to pretty much everyone outside of Hollywood.
During an interview on the Zach Galifianakis-hosted "Between Two Ferns," President Barack Obama showed off his comedy chops with zingers about his host's "Hangover" films and repulsion at his spider bites, all while promoting his Healthcare.gov website, which he insisted "works great now.
Kevin Bacon has a message for anyone born after 1985: You have no idea how hard life was in the '80s, and it's time for you to show some respect for that decade's culture and technology.
"True Detective" ended its critically acclaimed first season Sunday with an episode that left fans feeling more than satisfied.
While some viewers might not be familiar Jake McLaughlin and Johnny Sequoyah, the stars of the new supernatural show "Believe," film and television fans will no doubt know a couple of the big names behind the scenes — such as Alfonso Cuarón and J.J. Abrams.
There were plenty of daytime TV talkers already on the tube when Steve Harvey kicked off his self-titled show in 2012. But even in the early days, Harvey had faith in his program because he knew he had something to offer that no one else did.
Jason Bateman mostly plays friendly, kind guys you'd be happy to hang out with. Then there's his misanthropic, bitter Guy Trilby, a grown-up who muscles his way into a children's spelling bee in the new film "Bad Words.
"300: Rise of an Empire" cut down its competition at the box office this weekend, handily defeating second place finisher "Mr. Peabody and Sherman." The stylistic and bloody follow-up to 2007 hit "300" earned $45.1 million, while the animated offering took in $32.5 million.
It happens every season: A promising show gets canceled before its time, and this year will be no different. But just because that happens doesn't mean you should miss out on quality, under-appreciated offerings that are on now.
"Lindsay" was touted as a docuseries chronicling Lindsay Lohan's "attempts to build a new life" in New York City following her sixth stint in rehab.
Self-declared "obsessed" "Saturday Night Live" fan Lena Dunham stripped bare and gave it her all on Saturday's show — and that's both literal and figurative.