Gabourey Sidibe used bulimia as a “self-defence mechanism”, as she would often use the eating disorder to help her cope with sadness and “survive the day”.
Jennifer Lopez didn’t “love herself” in her 30s, as she says that although she believed at the time she had plenty of self-love, she now understands that her “personal relationships” were not ideal.
Christina Ricci’s estranged husband James Heerdegen has filed for a restraining order against her, just days after she was granted one against him.
Sony Pictures have confirmed a raft of changes to its release schedule with several films such as 'Morbius', 'Cinderella' and 'Uncharted' delayed.
Paloma Faith feels “permanent guilt” over not being able to do enough for the environment, as she says the state of the world makes me feel "anxious".
Megan Thee Stallion has branded Tory Lanez an “abuser” ahead of their next court date in their alleged shooting case, where Tory is facing charges of assault.
Former 'The Real Housewives of Orange County' star Vicki Gunvalson believes reality TV was responsible for her divorce from ex-husband Donn Gunvalson.
Victoria Beckham, Melanie C and Geri Horner have all sent social media messages to Spice Girls bandmate Emma Bunton as she celebrates her birthday on Thursday (01.21.21)
Gangster films have long been a staple of Hollywood, and they've come in all sorts of different guises. There were the early, straightforward good guys vs. bad guys offerings such as "Little Caesar" and "The Roaring Twenties," the lean, violent ones including "Reservoir Dogs" and "Mean Streets," along with "arty" films like "Eastern Promises," and slick, big-budget ones like "The Godfather" and "The Untouchables." A couple that fit into the genre had a special ambiance to them, both directed by James Gray: the grim, gritty, seething, violent movies "The Yards" (2000) and "We Own the Night" (2007.
'KUWTK' executive producer Ryan Seacrest expects the Kardashian family will "do something differently" with their new TV deal with Hulu.
Foo Fighters have admitted they are thrilled to no longer be citizens of a country ruled by President Donald Trump.
Matthew Lewis has admitted he winces watching himself back in the 'Harry Potter' movies, because his alter ego Neville Longbottom is too much like him.