John Travolta said he has been feeling terrible over his much-ridiculed Oscars mangling of singer Idina Menzel's name -- but concluded she would want him to "Let it Go."
Hollywood's A-list stars exuded subtle elegance and old-school glamour on the Oscars red carpet Sunday, as the sun came out just in time for Tinseltown's biggest night of the year.
From winners sobbing uncontrollably to shocking political outbursts, bizarre snubs and streakers, the Oscars have seen it all -- and Sunday's Academy Awards ceremony could provide fresh drama.
Black British actors have been taking Hollywood by storm, with Chiwetel Ejiofor's Oscar nomination for "12 Years a Slave" just the latest example, but at home they still face a lack of roles that has driven some from the country.
More than 11.4 million Americans tuned in to watch Jimmy Fallon take over as host of NBC's "The Tonight Show" in the wake of Jay Leno's retirement, the network said Tuesday.
Queen Elizabeth II hosted the cream of British cinema at Buckingham Palace on Monday, a day after her grandson starred at the Bafta's, the highlight of the industry's calendar.
"12 Years a Slave", the distressing tale of a man sold into slavery, was the big winner at the Baftas on Sunday, giving the Steve McQueen directed picture a huge pre-Oscars boost.
Hollywood's A-list stars trooped out in force Wednesday to watch big name US designers unveil their 2014 fall/winter collections on the penultimate day of New York Fashion Week.
Carolina Herrera, Tommy Hilfiger and Phillip Lim dominated the catwalk on day five of New York Fashion Week, looking to the future and delving into heritage for inspiration.
The debut of "The Lego Movie," filled with dozens of star voices, easily beat off George Clooney's latest film, according to weekend estimates for the North American Box Office.
Celebrities have burst onto New York Fashion Week, donning couture red dresses made by some of America's top designers and strutting the catwalk to raise money for heart disease.
Friends and family of celebrated actor Philip Seymour Hoffman, who died of an apparent heroin overdose over the weekend, gathered late Thursday to attend a New York wake in his honor.
So what is this thing called cool? A major photography exhibition that opens Friday at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington dares to tackle the question.
The world premiere of Wes Anderson's keenly awaited caper "The Grand Budapest Hotel" will open the 64th Berlin film festival Thursday as it joins the race for the Golden Bear top prize.
New Zealand singer Lorde's mega-hit "Royals" won the song of the year Grammy on Sunday, as music's biggest night drew towards its climax.
US rapper Kanye West and reality TV star Kim Kardashian have paid a private visit to Versailles outside Paris, but insist they are not eyeing the grandiose palace as a possible wedding site.
Hollywood actor Johnny Depp and the actress Amber Heard are engaged to be married.
The Alfonso Cuaron film "Gravity" and the harrowing historical drama "12 Years a Slave" shared the top prize Sunday at the Producers Guild of America (PGA), a first for the awards.
Michelle Obama's 50th birthday bash featured performances by pop stars Beyonce and John Legend, and appearances by a host of A-list celebrities.
Hollywood fired the starting gun Thursday on the most crowded Oscars race for years, with "American Hustle" and 3D space drama "Gravity" topping nominations but a wide field of movies hoping for glory on March 2.