(NEW YORK) -- Josh Hutcherson is back for the fourth and final Hunger Games film. If you remember how Mockingjay -- Part 1 ended, you recall how dark his character, Peeta, had become. Hutcherson said it was fun being even more bad in Part 2.
"For me, it was always something I was always looking forward to, because as an actor it's always fun when you get to go places you haven't gone in your real life," Hutcherson said on Thursday's Live with Kelly and Michael. "It's unexpected and so I was always looking forward to that. But it's also scary to really go for something that…
(NEW YORK) -- Cedric the Entertainer is back as the old wisecracking barber, Eddie, in the third installment of the Barbershop franchise, coming next year. And he tells ABC Radio he's excited to be in the shop again.
"I'm so free as that character. It's one of those characters that you can have stuff on the paper or you can just bring up any subject matter," he says, "and...whatever gon' come out, gon' come out!"
That's exactly what happened in the original 2002 film when his character made disparaging jokes about Martin Luther King Jr. and Rosa Parks. Many were upset by the jokes, including civil…
(LOS ANGELES) -- Julia Roberts doesn't look glamorous in her new movie, and she loves it.
The actress plays a detective struggling with the murder of her own daughter in Secret in Their Eyes, and the stress has taken a toll on her character physically. ABC Radio asked her about her look, and the bangs she's sporting in the drama.
"Oh, I loved it," she said. "I mean, it's absolutely my complete design from the bangs to the socks."
She co-stars in the film with Nicole Kidman. Who needed more time in the makeup chair?
"You know, it was strangely even," Roberts confesses.…
(NEW YORK) -- The cast of the fourth and final Hunger Games movie made headlines this week when the movie’s Los Angeles premiere was scaled down in honor of the victims of the deadly attacks in Paris.
The film’s director, Francis Lawrence, explained Wednesday on Good Morning America that the cast and crew made the decision in large part because they felt “very close” to Paris.
"We shot in Paris for six weeks. We lived there,” Lawrence said. “A huge majority of our crew is French and so it hit us hard.”
Monday's premiere for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay -- Part 2 was without the usual high-profile…
(NEW YORK) -- Jennifer Lawrence received high praise from one of her Hunger Games co-stars Wednesday night at the New York City premiere of the final film in the series, Mockingjay -- Part 2.
Donald Sutherland, who plays President Snow, the antagonist to Lawrence's Katniss Everdeen, called her a "genius" on the red carpet.
"It's really simple. She's a delivery system for truth," Sutherland said.
Here's how J-Law reacted: "He's one of the most brilliant people I've ever met in my life, so the fact the he evens likes me, I don't know, what can you say about that?"
Lawrence also offered her thoughts…
(NASHVILLE) -- With his opening act, Juliette Barnes, in rehab, his intended-CEO Jeff Fordham now dead, and his teenage son upset with him over how he handled the whole matter, Luke Wheeler tried to cope with his ever-changing world on Wednesday night’s Nashville.
Rayna Jaymes feared her daughter Maddie’s surprise appearance onstage with Juliette would have consequences, and it did -- Sony offered the teen a record deal, one she knew her mother would never let her accept. While Rayna made progress producing Markus Keen’s record for Highway 65, the long hours took her away from her family and Deacon Claybourne, who was distracted himself, throwing himself into transforming a…
(NEW YORK) -- She's an Oscar winner and he's James Bond, but actors Rachel Weisz and Daniel Craig have worked hard to keep their four-year marriage private.
"He’s just too famous. It would be a betrayal. You have to protect your marriage," Weisz said in the December-January issue of More magazine. "When you’re young, you tell your girlfriends everything. One of the great pleasures of not being an adolescent is that you don’t have to share everything. When you’re married, that door closes. The audience goes, and you’re in your own life."
Weisz and Craig were friends for years when romance sparked during the filming of…
(NEW YORK) -- On Wednesday's episode of Empire, Lucious Lyon's new artist Freeda challenged his son, Hakeem, to a rap battle by singing her new song, "Daddy's Little Girl." The challenge had Cookie scared. Still, 'Keem went on Periscope to accept her challenge.
Later, Cookie began to believe that Hakeem could win. She was so confident in him that she made a bet with Lucious -- that if Hakeem won, she'd be able to put out Jamal's album on her label, Lyon Dynasty. Lucious agreed...and when Cookie later won the bet, thanks to Hakeem, she was thrilled.
Hakeem was also in a celebrating mood, so much so that he decided to make…
(NEW YORK) -- Chris Harrison hinted at what viewers can expect on the upcoming season of The Bachelor, which features Ben Higgins as the new bachelor.
"Ben is going to be a phenomenal bachelor," the show's host told ABC News. "I can't wait for everybody to see this season. I think everybody is really going to fall in love with this guy. He's just a very sincere, sweet, genuine guy."
"But at the same time when you have somebody who is a great catch there will be drama," he warned.
Harrison also reflected on his 15 years with the reality show and revealed his favorite moment.…
(NEW YORK) -- Two castaways gained an advantage in the game and another was blindsided on Wednesday’s episode of Survivor Cambodia: Second Chance.
The 11 remaining castaways started off with a reward challenge that began with team captains Tasha Fox and Kelly Wiglesworth each choosing teams of five from among the contestants. The odd person out did not participate.
Fox chose Steven Fishbach, Spencer Bledsoe, Joe Anglim and Ciera Eastin. Wiglesworth picked Keith Nale, Kelley Wentworth, Kimmi Kappenberg and Jeremy Collins. Abi-Maria Gomes was not selected and therefore shut out of winning the reward.
The teams used wooden poles to go up a staircase, then making their way through a maze, then down a slide. One person then…
(NEW YORK) -- Tamar Braxton is apparently better after discovering last week that she had blood clots in her lungs.
The singer, who was forced to quit Dancing with the Stars, updated her fans on Instagram late Tuesday afternoon by posting a video of herself being pushed out of the facility in a wheelchair. "Guess who's leaving the hospital, finally! Won't he do it! Yasss!" she said in the video clip.
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While leaving a CVS in Woodland Hills later that day, the singer later told a TMZ photog she's happy to be back.…
(NEW YORK) -- Drew Barrymore said she loves that her newly released film, Miss You Already, has already been compared to the popular 1988 film Beaches, starring Bette Milder.
"This was a film for women, by women and about women," Barrymore said on Good Morning America. "Having two daughters myself, I was inspired to tell this story about girlfriends."
Miss You Already centers on two best friends: one who's undergoing treatment for breast cancer, and the other who's trying to get pregnant.
Toni Collette, who stars opposite Barrymore in the film, said their chemistry was effortless. "Best-friend chemistry you cannot fake," Barrymore agreed. "It's either there…
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