Being John Malkovich apparently means having an uncanny knack for disappearing into character.In an upcoming photo exhibit, the eccentric actor morphs into Albert Einstein, Marilyn Monroe, Andy Warhol and nearly two dozen other memorable figures. Photographer Sandro Miller used Malkovich to faithfully recreate some of pop culture’s most iconic single-subject images.
A month and a half after the death of Robin Williams, his daughter Zelda returned to Twitter and thanked fans for their support."I just want to say thank you for all the stories and letters I've been receiving," she wrote early Tuesday morning, "especially from those who've also lost loved ones.
One of television's hottest new series has put to rest further speculation about who will star in the second season: Colin Farrell and Vince Vaughn have been tapped for HBO's "True Detective.
When you want to give an "attaboy" to some folks, you say "hats off!" In the case of the incredibly talented country singer Kenny Chesney, it's perhaps more appropriate to say "shoes off!"That's because Chesney's fans are collectively known as "No Shoes Nation." And they've rallied around a great leader — in 20 years of performing, Chesney has racked up more than 25 No.
Fans of "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" shed plenty of tears for Sgt. Olivia Benson last season as the leading lady on TV's longest running drama endured some serious brutality. But while the storyline promises to take a brighter turn for Benson in season 16, the tears will keep flowing.At least they will for Mariska Hargitay, the woman behind the beloved character.
Jimmy Fallon may just be the toughest man in late night. On Monday, not only did he swap lips with "Modern Family's" Sofia Vergara, but he took several punches right in the kisser (staged, of course!) from "The Blacklist's" Megan Boone — and he emerged unscathed!Fallon does the Lip Flip bit regularly on his show, and it's always equal parts entertaining and disturbing.
If you've watched Matthew McConaughey's moody Lincoln car commercial — in which the Oscar winner has an intense and one-sided chat with a bull while sitting behind the wheel of his car — you might have wondered what it was all about. Well, you're not alone.On Monday, Ellen DeGeneres watched the spot on her show and admitted she had "so many questions" about it.
Actor Jake Gyllenhaal has listed his Los Angeles mid-century home, asking $3.5 million for the three-bedroom, three-bath house in Cahuenga Pass.Gyllenhaal, known for “Jarhead,” “Donnie Darko” and “Brokeback Mountain,” among other films, bought the gated compound in 2005 for $2.5 million.
New season, new chapter. Kris Jenner has filed for divorce from her husband of 23 years, Bruce Jenner, the L.A. Superior Courthouse confirms to Us Weekly. PHOTOS: Celebrity splits in 2014 The documents were filed on Monday, Sept. 22, citing irreconcilable differences. The reality star momager, 58, filed without a lawyer.
Many of us didn't realize there was a National Toy Hall of Fame. We keep our toy hall of fame inductees in our memory banks (that fabulous Play-Doh smell!) and sometimes in our closets (never know when you'll need an Etch-A-Sketch!).The hall is located in the National Museum of Play in Rochester, New York, and so far 54 toys have been enshrined, including 2008 inductee, "the stick.
Talk show host Kelly Ripa and her husband, Mark Consuelos, have sold their New York penthouse for $20 million.The 5-bedroom apartment in Soho has high, stamped ceilings, a huge, eat-in gourmet kitchen, two dining rooms for easy entertaining and a big master suite. The living room has a dramatic staircase running up one side.
As her character famously said on "Girls," Lena Dunham is certainly "a" (or "the") voice of a generation — and that extends to everything from her boundary-pushing HBO series (with plenty of unconventional nudity) to her outspoken feminist philosophy and even her quirky, eccentric style. The daring actress and author, whose debut book, "Not That Kind of Girl," hits shelves Sept.
The cast of FOX’s new Batman prequel "Gotham" might want to start keeping helmets on set.Last week, star Jada Pinkett Smith revealed on TODAY that she accidentally clocked another actor in the head with a baseball bat during a fight scene. Whoops.
The quack attack is back!Fans of Disney's cult hockey classic "The Mighty Ducks" are skating figure eights at the sight of the movie's cast (who also starred in its sequel "D2: The Mighty Ducks") reuniting 20 years after the sequel's release.Too soon? Nah.
It should come as no surprise to "Saturday Night Live" fans that beloved alumni Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader rocked the indie box office with their new film "The Skeleton Twins." In fact, Wiig and Hader are far from alone when it comes "SNL" duos hitting big on the big screen. The late-night sketch comedy has been serving up terrific twosomes that go on to take movie theaters by storm for years.
He's been a small-screen fixture for over 35 years, but despite Jeffrey Tambor's distinct roles in shows like "Hill Street Blues," "The Larry Sanders Show" and "Arrested Development," it's his role in the new Amazon series "Transparent" that he calls the "most transformative" of his career.
Both hero and villain, Raymond "Red" Reddington from "The Blacklist" is one memorable character thanks in large part to the actor who plays him: James Spader. As it turns out, Spader deserves credit for something else that makes Red special. His ever-present chapeau.As Spader revealed in a TODAY interview Monday, Red's head-covering was his own idea.
She may be best known for the role of Hermione Granger, the lone girl in the trio of best friends at the heart of the "Harry Potter" movies, but now Emma Watson has made her mark with her real-life role as a feminist.On Saturday, the actress and United Nations Women Goodwill Ambassador delivered a stirring speech at the U.N.
Monday marks 10 years since Oceanic flight 815 first crash landed into our living rooms and brought with it the perfect blend of sci-fi, fantasy and myth-heavy mystery — and of course, an easy-on-the-eyes band of ragtag castaways.For six seasons, viewers followed the twisting tale of Dharma, doppelgangers, red herrings and one Smoke Monster.
Those babies Cliff Huxtable delivered are old enough to be parents themselves. "The Cosby Show" premiered 30 years ago Saturday, and no 1980s show can even compare. It revived the sitcom genre, boosted the fortunes of NBC, shot already prominent comedian Bill Cosby into a new stratosphere of fame, and broke down barriers in the way race was portrayed on television.
In the battle of the New York Times vs. "Scandal" and "Grey's Anatomy" creator Shonda Rhimes, the Internet is solidly on Rhimes' side.On Thursday, the Times published an article about Rhimes by TV critic Alessandra Stanley, and from the very first sentence, the piece seemed aimed at creating controversy.
Two decades ago, the hospital doors of "ER" swung wide for the first time on NBC, admitting patients and viewers into a strikingly fresh — and often frenetic — kind of TV hospital drama. But it was the show's cast that really got our blue and red lights spinning: So much talent in one place!
Sad news for fans of "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo." Mama June and Sugar Bear Thompson, who star on the hit TLC reality series, have called it quits, E! News confirms."Sugar Bear and I have decided to take some time apart to figure out some things in our relationship," the pair said in a statement.
The weather may be cooling off, but that doesn't mean an end to seeing the hottest music acts perform on TODAY. Instead, the hit-makers will just keep on coming to Rockefeller Plaza for a special fall Toyota Concert Series. Country superstar Kenny Chesney will kick off the fall series on Tuesday, Sept. 23, singing some new material from his upcoming album, "The Big Revival.