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Super-Dads isn't a franchise yet, but if we have our way, it will be soon. Most of the cast of The Avengers: Age of Ultron are dads, and it's a common bonding point between them: Robert Downey, Jr. told Entertainment Tonight that Chris Hemsworth's super power is "parenting. [Hemsworth's wife] Elsa's the best ... Seeing the two of them just come out to brunch with a twin strapped to each of them, I just look and I think, 'All right, they're young. That's how they can do that.' " Hemsworth adds that his daughter India, 2, will occasionally point to him (as Thor »
- Alex Heigl, @alex_heigl
Ugh, just when I thought I was being Mr. Smarty Pants I go and call a wheat field a cornfield. I blame the future! For the sake of self-hatred I will leave the original article as is... Don't judge me too harshly. Is it just me or do sci-fi movies just love the imagery of the cornfieldc From movies such as E.T., Signs, The X-Files, Man of Steel, Looper, Jupiter Ascending and last year's Interstellar (and I know there are more recent examples I'm forgetting), there always seems to be a cornfield and Brad Bird's Tomorrowland offers up another example on this latest poster, released primarily to let you know a new trailer will be released next Monday morning. Starring George Clooney and Britt Robertson, Tomorrowland centers on a former boy-genius inventor (Clooney) jaded by disillusionment, is bound to a bright, optimistic teen (Robertson) as they come to realize they have a shared destiny, »
- Brad Brevet
In this exclusive clip from the celebrity ancestry show, Chen discovers her grandfather's obituary in a Singapore newspaper from 1960.
Video: More of Julie Chen's Family Secrets Revealed on Who Do You Think You Are?
Reading about her grandfather's funeral, and the family he left behind, Chen gets choked up thinking about the man she never got the opportunity to know.
"It's so strange because I never met him…" Chen said, fighting by tears. "But it's sad."
Learning of her grandfather's death -- which occurred long before she was ever born -- but not nearly enough about his life, the talk show host decides to set off to Singapore in an attempt to really get to know her late grandfather.
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Kelly Clarkson never expected her success to last. The 'Stronger' hitmaker shot to fame winning the first series of 'American Idol' in 2002 and admits she spent very little money on her stagewear afterwards because she thought she needed to save for her future as much as possible. She said: ''I like literally bought minimal stuff because I was like, 'This isn't gonna work out' and I need this money to pay all the bills so I didn't even spend my money.'' Kelly - who has eight-month-old daughter River Rose with husband Brandon Blackstock - found times very tough before she competed on the show. She told 'Entertainment Tonight Canada': ''I had nothing but a car and I really didn't own that, because the repo man was trying to take it and I just kept moving it.'' The 32-year-old singer missed last month's Grammy awards ceremony because she »
It looks like fans of The Walking Dead can expect an emotional season finale.
In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Norman Reedus was asked about the finale of the hit zombie series’ fifth season, stating: “Wow, bring your Kleenex and you’ll be screaming at your television.”
So, it seems fair to say we are going to lose some characters in the finale. Robert Kirkman, the creator of the comics and executive producer of the show has said in the past that no character is safe. Could this mean fan favourite Daryl Dixon could be killed off? Only time will tell…
Check out the full interview here…
The Walking Dead airs on Sunday nights in the States and on Monday nights in the UK. Follow all of our coverage here.
- Thomas Roach
February was a memorable month for producer-distributor Debmar-Mercury, as all three of its firstrun syndicated series — “Family Feud,” “The Wendy Williams Show” and “Celebrity Name Game” — notched series-high ratings.
According to Nielsen estimates for the week ending Feb. 22, “Family Feud” continued its scorching season by matching its all-time high household rating (7.2), first set three weeks earlier. The Steve Harvey-hosted gameshow, distributed by Debmar-Mercury and from producer FremantleMedia North America, was up 11% vs. the previous week and 26% higher than the same frame a year ago.
Season-to-date, “Family Feud” is averaging a 6.2 household rating and is up in that category and most other demos by about 20%. For the first time, it also ranks as syndication’s top-rated gameshow in women 25-54, moving ahead of “Wheel of Fortune.”
In its sixth season, “Wendy Williams,” produced and distributed by Debmar-Mercury, set another household ratings record (2.0) during the week ending Feb. 22, up 5% from the »
- Rick Kissell
Remember when Chris Brown said that his ex-girlfriend Rihanna couldn’t do better than him? Ignore -- if it’s possible -- any baggage that came with their relationship (his domestic abuse, etc.) and think about that statement at face value: Rihanna can’t do better than Chris Brown.
BadGalRiRi is currently rumored to be seeing Leonardo Dicapario -- already better than Chris Brown -- and there are reports that Leo threw her a birthday party. These are supposedly pictures of the two together:
But here’s another thing: Rihanna doesn’t need a man in the first place.
She’s a badass feminist who’s doing it for herself. Maybe someday she will choose a man who will have the pleasure of dating her -- »
We are so close to seeing a new Avengers 2 trailer! In fact, if you want to speed up that process, do what Marvel suggests and start tweeting with the hashtag #AvengersAssemble. While you.re doing that, though, Entertainment Tonight has some exclusive new footage from the highly anticipated sequel. Most exciting of all is that we get to see more of Quicksilver in action. Check out this footage of him battling Captain America! The footage from Et is pretty lengthy and it.s packed with new scenes, like Cap overlooking the Johannesburg, South Africa set where Joss Whedon filmed the big Hulk vs. Hulkbuster battle, as well as a full line-up of the team standing in that mysterious house we still know nothing about. Amid all these bits strewn together . they cut it for TV, so we.ll have to make due with it now . is the above moment of »
Entertainment Tonight has aired a preview of Avengers: Age of Ultron featuring some new footage from the hotly-anticipated sequel (likely from Thursday’s brand new trailer), as well as interviews with the cast and crew, and you can check it out below…
Marvel Studios presents Avengers: Age of Ultron, the epic follow-up to the biggest Super Hero movie of all time. When Tony Stark tries to jumpstart a dormant peacekeeping program, things go awry and Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, including Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, The Incredible Hulk, Black Widow and Hawkeye, are put to the ultimate test as the fate of the planet hangs in the balance. As the villainous Ultron emerges, it is up to The Avengers to stop him from enacting his terrible plans, and soon uneasy alliances and unexpected action pave the way for an epic and unique global adventure.
Avengers: Age of Ultron is set »
- Gary Collinson
Tonight's episode of Entertainment Tonight featured an extensive report from the set of Marvel's highly-anticipated Phase Two sequel Avengers: Age of Ultron, which shows plenty of new footage, including a brief glimpse of Quicksilver (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) using his super-speed to punch Captain America (Chris Evans) square in the face. We also see Quicksilver's sister, Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) using her persuasive mind-control techniques on Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson).
Marvel Studios presents Avengers: Age of Ultron, the epic follow-up to the biggest Super Hero movie of all time. When Tony Stark tries to jumpstart a dormant peacekeeping program, things go awry and Earth's Mightiest Heroes, including Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, The Incredible Hulk, Black Widow and Hawkeye, are put to the ultimate test as the fate of the planet hangs in the balance. As the villainous Ultron emerges, it is up to The Avengers to stop him from enacting his terrible plans, »
In a new Rolling Stone cover story, Madge gets candid about working with Yeezy on her new album and what she really thought about his controversial comments at the 2015 GRAMMYs.
"I think sometimes he takes things too seriously," she told the mag. "I never got too engaged with who wins awards or not, because I don't honestly think it's that important."
Photos: Madonna Is 56 and Not Showing It
With more than three decades of superstardom under her belt, perhaps her Madgesty has earned the right to dole out advice. By our count, she's offering up six solid pieces of wisdom for the rapper.
1. The awards don't matter: "Don't go to awards shows looking for justice," she said. "That's like trying to find a needle in a haystack. Just go and have fun."
2. Really, it's not »
Dan Kois declares that the rejection of "Boyhood" on Sunday as Oscar's Best Picture was the Academy's "worst mistake in 20 years." He says we witnessed an "epochal travesty" when the Richard Linklater film lost, which only happens when "a true masterpiece, a movie for the ages, somehow battles its way through the mediocrity" to only lose in the end. He calls the eventual winner "Birdman" a "terrific" movie, but that we will look back to say "how did they let this happen?" Other "epochal travesty" losses over the years have been by "Citizen Kane," "The Graduate," "High Noon," "Goodfellas," "Pulp Fiction," "Apocalypse Now," "Raging Bull," "Raiders of the Lost Ark, and "E.T." Slate -Break- In advance of the "House of Cards" third season debuting Friday on Netflix, a new guide brings you up-to-speed..." »
Documentary filmmaker and actress Jennifer Siebel Newsom founded The Representation Project, a media advocacy group, in April 2011 to call out gender stereotypes. The #AskHerMore campaign, which the group spearheaded, tasked red-carpet interviewers to ask actresses more questions about acting and social causes rather than their fashion. Amy Poehler, Reese Witherspoon and Lena Dunham have been vocal about their support. Newsom, who is behind the 2011 doc Miss Representation, is the wife of California Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom.
"We’re more than just our dresses." What a powerful statement for Reese Witherspoon to make on the Oscars red carpet Sunday. Don’t get us wrong, my friend Reese and I both love fashion and want to celebrate the amazing designers who make red carpet couture. But the Oscars are a celebration of the highest achievements in film and that's where the focus should be, regardless of the nominee's gender.
Watch: Why One Woman Behind #AskHerMore Considers Oscars a Big Win »
TV rewind: The Hosts Recap Oscars Big Night & Discuss Best And Worst Dressed on the Red Carpet – The Talk (2/23)Academy Awards HighlightsThe hosts and Kevin Frazier of “Entertainment Tonight” discuss Oscar Awards highlights, from host Neil Patrick Harris to Lady Gaga’s performance. Sharon Osbourne says, “This is the best reinvention that I have witnessed in the last 20 years…She went from a pop star…she went to do the album with Tony Bennett which took her to a whole other level…and now this…it shows this woman is not a one trick pony. She’s a true talent.”The Hosts on Oscars […] »
- April Neale
Three Variety critics agree to disagree about Oscar winners and losers both onscreen and on the Dolby stage.
Peter Debruge: Last year, the Academy made a statement in giving the best picture award to “12 Years a Slave.” This time around, over the course of a spread-the-wealth evening, it was the winners’ turn to speak their minds, and they did so in force, using Hollywood’s prom as a podium to demand equal rights — for women (“Boyhood’s” only winner, Patricia Arquette), for African-Americans (Common and John Legend, accepting “Selma’s” only win), for gays (“The Imitation Game” writer Graham Moore, urging young Lgbt viewers to “stay weird, stay different” as he collected the film’s lone statue), for those with disabilities (both Julianne Moore and Eddie Redmayne turned the spotlight on talents who achieved while coping with Als), and for immigrants (Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, offering a plea on behalf of »
- Peter Debruge, Justin Chang and Scott Foundas
He's a "grown little man!"
Kevin Hart was at the Oscars last night, and as per usual, he was hilarious and adorable.
Post by Entertainment Tonight.
The 5'4 (most everything says 5'4 but at least one site says 5'2) comedian told us that growing up, he knew very early he was going to have to be funny to get by.
"It was either make people laugh or fight," he told Nancy O'Dell. "I couldn't fight, so this was the only option I had."
While it's true Kevin Hart tends to find himself "the short one" in a lot of pictures he takes, it honestly just makes us love him even more.
Pics: Bruno Mars Standing Next To Tall People Will Make Your Day
Here he his next to 6'11 NBA Center Dwight Howard:
His fellow short dude and The Wedding Ringer's [link »
Forget the nominees. Forget the performers. The most excited person at tonight’s Oscars has to be Kevin Hart.
“I can’t even hide it, I think it’s in my face,” Hart told Et's Nancy O’Dell and Kevin Frazier on the red carpet. “This is my first time being at the Oscars. I’m in awe! I’m a kid in the candy story.”
But he does have some ulterior motives: “This is a testament that you’re going in the right direction,” he explained. “This is that one step. The next step is to come back and host.”
News: Play Entertainment Tonight’s Academy Awards 2015 Bingo!
It wouldn’t be a bad choice either. Et asked Hart how he got so funny and his »
Couples who dress together stay together?
While Tom Ford's show brought out celebrities in droves on Friday night in Los Angeles, the real trend there was love.
Look no further than these three celebrity couples who sat by side in the front together to see Tom Ford present his Autumn/Winter 2015 Womenswear Collection.
Singer Miley Cyrus and her college beau Patrick Schwarzenegger have been getting cozy since last November, and they have taken romantic trips to Hawaii, Nashville and Miami. For Tom Ford, they got dressed to the nines in Los Angeles.
Right next to them, Scarlett Johansson with her husband Romain Dauriac are newlyweds, and it looks like Scarlett just can't keep her hands off of her French journalist beau. The couple recently welcomed a baby girl name Rose, but she has yet to make a public appearance.
The movies have been screened. The votes have been cast. And now everyone in Hollywood is sitting around, twiddling their thumbs, and waiting for Sunday night’s Oscars to find out whose “Academy Award Nominee” title will officially become “Academy Award Winner.”
Here are our predictions for the night’s biggest awards:
Who Everyone Thinks Will Win: Consulting Oscar predictions from trades like Variety, The Hollywood Reporter, and Deadline, as well as Buzzfeed, IndieWire, and The L.A. Times, the overwhelming consensus is that Birdman will win.
Who We Think Will Win: But we’re still going with Boyhood. Both films are true feats of cinema and, as such, have pretty much split awards season down the middle, but we favor heart to spectacle in the end.
The Dark Horse: Making »
There are roughly 900,000 tribute pieces online this week about the 1985 John Hughes film "The Breakfast Club," and I understand the motivation. If you were the right age when the film was released (I was 15 at the time), that movie felt like a lightning bolt right to the face. Hughes treated teenagers like they were actual people with complex emotional lives worthy of respect, and while that would seem to be a logical approach to writing about any character, it certainly didn't feel average when he did it. He wrote about that secret world of teenagers with what felt like laser accuracy, and he basically created an entire industry of movies that tried to tap into that same audience. So certainly, there is much to celebrate when looking back at that particular film, but when I went to look at a list of the films that came out in 1985, a year »
- Drew McWeeny
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