Adam Levine's biggest fan just might be Nicole Kidman.
J.K. Simmons has won the Academy Award for best supporting actor for "Whiplash."
The long take of "Birdman" has stretched all the way to the Academy Awards, where the jazzy, surreal comedy about an actor fleeing his superhero past, took Hollywood's top honor in a ceremony punctuated by passionate pleas for equality.
High collars replaced sexy cutouts, and Classic Hollywood in blacks and whites took hold of the Oscars red carpet Sunday night with help from a smoking Saint Laurent worn by Margot Robbie and a heavily pearled look for fashion It girl Lupita Nyong'o.
Just like the freeway that carried some of them to the show, there's even a fast lane for those who walk the red carpet at the Oscars.
Fans in bleachers above the Oscars red carpet on Sunday cheered on even the most fleeting of starry moments, such as early arrival Anna Kendrick sweeping past.
"Fifty Shades of Grey" didn't relinquish control of the box office.
Khloe and Kim Kardashian are safe after the vehicle they were in slid off a Montana road and into a ditch on Saturday.
More than a few moviegoers have been left asking that question. From "Birdman" and "Inherent Vice" to "Gone Girl" and "Interstellar," films this Oscar season have seemed more inaudible than ever.
Ben Woolf, an actor on "American Horror Story: Freak Show," was in critical condition Friday after being hit by the side mirror of a passing vehicle in Hollywood.
Oscar-nominated animators felt like something was missing at the film academy's annual celebration of the best animated films: Their colleagues from "The Lego Movie."
Fox News Channel host Bill O'Reilly is contesting allegations that he embellished his past as a war correspondent.