(LOS ANGELES) -- Naomi Watts and Matthew McConaughey know creating chemistry onscreen often takes time. But when the two couldn't meet to prepare for their roles and husband and wife for the upcoming film The Sea of Trees, Watts explained they tried an unconventional approach -- emailing love letters.
"They weren't all love letters," Watts clarified in a new interview with E! News. "They were kind of stormy negative argumentative letters at times. They seemed to help us create this backstory."
Watts continued, "We didn't have any time to rehearse or connect with each other. We just thought, 'Let's just go like gangbusters,' and we created…
(NEW YORK) -- Diggy Simmons makes his acting debut in the BET original film The Start Up, from the creator of ABC's hit comedy, black-ish. So what's the film about?
"The Start Up is based in New York City. My friends and I all ran a blog in high school that we started up -- just something for fun -- and it blew up past our expectations," Rev. Run's son explains to ABC Radio. "And we get out of high school and we're these young kids and it's like what is this new found fame; money coming at us; people trying to buy it from us; extort us…
(NEW YORK) -- Chris Harrison began his stint as the new host of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire earlier this week. The host of ABC's The Bachelor explains to ABC Radio why he decided to take on the long-running game show, first hosted by Regis Philbin.
"The reason I started hosting Millionaire is my job is to try and take every show that Regis has left opened," Harrison quips to ABC Radio, before adding, "When something like Millionaire comes up there are very few iconic shows like Millionaire; I mean really just a handful in television history. When ABC calls and says, 'Hey! Would you?' They didn't even have to finish the sentence. Of…
(LOS ANGELES) -- It’s interesting Black Mass is being released the same weekend that marks the 25th anniversary of the release of Goodfellas, because it’s impossible not to compare the two. Both are stylish dramas about organized crime, both have stellar ensemble casts, and both take place in roughly similar time periods (Goodfellas is far more sprawling, while Black Mass is confined to about a decade).
But Black Mass isn’t Goodfellas, or Casino, or The Sopranos, or any other gangster movie where you know the main guys are scumbags but you like them anyway. Black Mass makes it very clear:…
(NEW YORK) -- As Lupita Nyong'o prepares for her next project -- an off-Broadway production titled Eclipsed,showing at New York City's Public Theater -- she's living in Brooklyn.
"I live alone there. I lie quite low. I take the subway. I do yoga. I meditate," she reveals in the October issue of Vogue.
But when asked if she would raise children in the New York borough, Nyong'o explains what she calls her "conundrum."
"When I was back in Kenya this past week, I would be driving along with my mother and she would say, 'That’s a nice school for children' and look at me like...," she told the…
(LOS ANGELES) -- Kris Jenner admits she wasn't happy when her daughter, Kylie, got lip injections at age 17.
"I do have definite thoughts and ideas o[n] what she should do, you know, at a really young age," Kris told Access Hollywood. "I am from the generation that in my day, I mean, some of this stuff did not exist for sure but, I don't think I did one thing physically to myself until I was in my 50s."
Kris continued, "So I am thinking...why, why? Why do you need to do that? And I got really upset."
Kylie, now 18, admitted last year that…
(NEW YORK) -- Andy Samberg is ready to take on TV's biggest night as host the Emmy Awards this weekend. So what can we expect to see?
"We're definitely gonna hand out some Emmys," the Brooklyn Nine-Nine star teased on Thursday's Live with Kelly and Michael.
As far as jokes, Samberg said you can definitely count on one thing. "It's gotta be topical like we gotta have that fresh [Donald] Trump joke. It's gotta be the Trump joke from that day because there's a new one every day," he quipped.
To prepare, Samberg said he tapped two fellow Saturday Night Live alumni for help. "I've talked…
(NEW YORK) -- Eleven alleged victims of Bill Cosby are opening up in a new A&E special airing tonight, giving first-hand accounts of what happened when they met Cosby, the man they claim sexually abused them.
In a preview on Thursday's Good Morning America, a chorus of women from all walks of life -- one a comedy writer, another a flight attendant -- detail how they met the comedian. They also share how he allegedly drugged them and then sexually abused them.
One woman said in the preview, "I was a flight attendant for American Airlines. I met Bill Cosby in 1976. He…
(LOS ANGELES) -- Tamar Braxton has enjoyed a strong debut on ABC’s Dancing with the Stars. After securing a high position on the score board this week, the singer revealed that she's honored to be partnered Val Chmerkovskiy.
"I feel so blessed to have a partner/friendship with @iamvalc I can't WAIT until you see what we have in store!!" Tamar wrote on Instagram.
The singer then joked that she's going to hook him up. "I'm going to get my little brother/shade king a WIFE chile... I'm grooming this one to be an AMAZING husband.. And maybe even a DAD??..(yeah.. I tried it)," Tamar added.…
(NEW YORK) -- Comedian and The League star Steve Rannazzisi admitted Wednesday that in the past he had lied about escaping the Twin Towers during 9/11.
It was revealed by the New York Times that he had not worked at Merrill Lynch and was actually in midtown at the time of the attacks.
"As a young man, I made a mistake that I deeply regret and for which apologies may still not be enough,” he said in a statement sent to ABC News. "After I moved with my wife to Los Angeles from New York City in 2001 shortly after 9/11, I told people that I…
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