Their new movie “Avengers: Age of Ultron” hits theaters on Friday (May 1) and Scarlett Johansson and Chris Evans teamed up for a fun-filled appearance on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” on Thursday (April 30).
The interview began with just the “Her” hottie chatting with Ellen about how she’s done five films with Evans and “knows him too well,” though she didn’t know that he was planning to scare the bajeezus out of her by popping out from backstage.
She’s one of Hollywood’s most eligible bachelorettes and Hilary Duff finally took the plunge and accepted a date request from a guy she met on Tinder.
The “Younger” actress told Ryan Seacrest, "We went bowling so we didn't have to talk too much, but we did talk a lot actually. He was cool. He brought a friend and I had some friends there. He used to be in editing for reality shows. Now, he's an actor and he just wrote a play. He's an interesting guy.”
It’s one of the most dreaded appointments a woman can make, and when Demi Lovato paid a visit to the gynecologist, she was shocked at her doctor’s lack of tact.
While chatting with a New Zealand radio station, the “Skyscraper” singer explained, “There’s been so many uncomfortable and actually very violating moments when, like, I’ve been at the gynecologist and the doctor’s like, ‘Can I have an autograph for my daughter?'”
When asked about her own experience, given her successful acting career, the “Snow White and the Huntsman” star blurted out, “Fame is the worst thing in the world. Especially if it's pointless. When people say, ‘I want to be famous’ - why? You don't do anything.”
Gearing up for the high school prom, Ariel Winter got all gussied up for formal photos on Tuesday (April 28).
The “Modern Family” cutie looked much more sophisticated than her 17-year age as she worked the camera and stood next to her dad Glenn Workman in a lovely dark navy lace illusion gown, complete with a plunging neckline.
It’s been 17 years since the beloved comedy “Seinfeld” aired its final episode and yet it’s still one of the most in-demand shows of all time.
On Wednesday (April 29) the online streaming service Hulu struck a deal with the “show about nothing,” paying $700,000 per episode ($130 million) for the rights to add the series to its already stellar lineup.