How do you like him now? For the second year in a row, Toby Keith has topped Forbes magazine's list of the highest paid country artists. Keith's bounty this year? A cool $65 million.
Love movie trailers? You're riding a great wave these last few days. The "Mockingjay" and "Mad Max" trailers were released over the weekend, and on Monday, the first teaser trailer for the final "Hobbit" movie, "The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies," hit the Internet. Teased director Peter Jackson on Facebook: "I think one or two of you asked to see this?
The laughs are few and far between during the serious drama that takes place every week on "Game of Thrones." But a newly released blooper reel delivers a season's worth of chuckles in just two minutes.The stars of the viral video are some of our favorites from the HBO fantasy series, including:Tywin Lannister, forgetting his lines and delivering a bleep with his blooper from the Iron Throne.
Michael Douglas is once again opening up about his battle with cancer. Speaking in front of 3,000 doctors at the International Federation of Head and Neck Oncologic Societies' 5th World Congress event in New York on Sunday, the 69-year-old actor got candid while talking about being misdiagnosed three times before his 2010 throat cancer diagnosis.
Thus far, "Hunger Games" fans have learned two things from the first teaser trailers released ahead of "Mockingjay Part 1," the first of two films that will wrap up the franchise: That the Capitol really loves the color white, and that President Snow has made Peeta his (literal) right-hand man.
Comic-Con attendees got an early taste of the long-awaited "Simpsons"-"Family Guy" crossover when a sneak preview of the episode aired during Saturday's "Family Guy" panel.Five "Simpsons" characters we want dead The nearly five-minute teaser finds the Griffins stuck in Springfield, where Peter cautions his family not to drink the water: "Everybody around here looks like they have hepatitis.
Whoopi Goldberg was the sole survivor of a mass turnover of panelists from "The View" earlier this year, but don't ask her for the scoop on who will be joining her at the table when the morning talk show returns in September."Here's the truth," Goldberg said of the show during a visit to TODAY Monday to talk about her new movie, "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
In retro-loving Hollywood, everything old is new again, and the latest classic to get a big-screen reboot is "Mad Max."The dystopian drama, which thrilled audiences in 1979 with Mel Gibson in role of the title antihero, will explode on the big screen again next year, and the first trailer for the flick proves that while some post-apocalyptic things never change, the main man certainly does.
Living it up the Big Easy way! As Us Weekly exclusively confirmed, Piper Perabo tied the knot with her longtime beau Stephen Kay in New York on Saturday. Now, the "Covert Affairs" actress has shared the first picture from her wedding day.PHOTOS: Celebrity weddings 2014Perabo, 37, wore a unique, long-sleeve nude and silver-colored dress to say "I do" in front of her close family and friends.
Batkid is coming ... to a theater near you! At least, that's what filmmakers are hoping with plans for a documentary about the 2013 viral event that touched the nation — in which a leukemia-stricken 5-year-old got to be Batman for a day, courtesy the city of San Francisco. And at Comic-Con Sunday, an expanded trailer gave audiences an early look at what that doc might look and sound like.
The "Purple Rain" started falling in theaters 30 years ago Sunday: Prince's film debut, in the music-filled movie named after the album and iconic song, opened on July 27, 1984."It's probably best to think of the film as an extended music video," wrote Arizona Republic movie critic Bill Goodykoontz. Yes, but it was a great one.
Wonder Woman is finally here! During Saturday's Warner Bros. panel at the San Diego Comic-Con, director Zack Snyder revealed the first look at actress Gal Gadot as DC's superheroine in the upcoming film "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
Jon Hamm and Jimmy Fallon always have a blast when they get together. Remember when they played Water War on "Late Night"? Photobombed tourists together on "The Tonight Show" in March? The laughter was back again when the "Mad Men" star stopped by the late-night show on Friday, but this time, the pair added a bit of grossness to the mix.
Yeah. We can't believe it, either.In a seemingly impossible time warp, Sandra Bullock hits the half-century mark today. Did we not just crown her Miss Congeniality? Hit the road with her in "Speed"? With this milestone birthday, the Oscar-winning mom has seriously scrambled our age detector. Sure, you could say it’s because she looks slammin'.
Who in their right mind would refuse free ice cream? Certainly not Bill Murray!So when the owner of Los Angeles' CVT Soft Serve threw an impromptu "Bill Murray Ice Cream Social" Tuesday night, it was a pleasant but not entirely unexpected treat when the "Ghostbusters" star actually showed up.
Bernie Lomax lives!Well, sort of: The titular dead guy from 1989's "Weekend at Bernie's" and its equally improbable 1993 sequel, was always a goner. But the man who played him in both films, veteran actor Terry Kiser, is very much alive and kicking. On Friday, Kiser dropped by the TODAY plaza to toast the film's 25th anniversary and hang out with Al Roker, who tweeted about the lively encounter.
Morgan Freeman is known not just for his acting chops, but also for his amazing baritone voice. Yet when he visited "The Tonight Show" on Thursday, host Jimmy Fallon wasn't interested in hearing the actor's natural, soothing deep tone. He wanted something ... a little less serious.And to the seeming dismay of the Oscar-winning star, the comedian busted out helium-filled balloons.
Elvis Presley's Martin D-28 guitar, 1976 Cadillac Seville and a personal copy of the original script for his first movie "Love Me Tender" are among a slew of items up for auction at the first "Auction at Graceland." Bidders will be able to participate online and at Presley's famed Memphis home on August 14th, starting at 8 p.m. ET/7 p.m. CT.
"Fifty Shades of Grey" stars Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan, who play Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey, visited TODAY on Thursday. And on Friday, TODAY's Natalie Morales returned the favor, dropping by the movie's Vancouver, Canada, set for an exclusive tour — and she learned a new naughty word in the process.