08:28 PM EDT 04/17/2014
Originally posted 04/13/2014 09:50PM
Jared Leto is on fire.
Originally posted 02/13/2014 07:30PM
Jonah Hill may have only been paid $60,000 for his role in The Wolf of Wall Street, but there are no hard feelings.
Originally posted 01/31/2014 02:30PM
Originally posted 01/30/2014 09:00PM
Sara Bareilles has fired her manager – Jonah Hill's brother Jordan Feldstein – after his very public food fight with Sharon Osbourne during a pre-Grammys bash.
Originally posted 01/26/2014 07:30PM
The biggest names in music, entertainment and, well, twerking came together this weekend in celebration of the industry's biggest night.
On and off the red carpet, here's what you missed:
5. So What's Justin Bieber Doing Now?Not even an arrest can slow down Bieber, who resurfaced in Panama on Saturday, days after he was charged with DUI, driving without a valid driver's license and resisting arrest. He was spotted on the beach with a bikini-clad blonde who is believed to be Chantel Jeffries – the model who was with the singer when his yellow Lamborghini was pulled over by Miami police.
PHOTO: Biebs on the beach.
Originally posted 01/26/2014 12:45PM
Jonah Hill is nominated for an Oscar for The Wolf of Wall Street but that doesn't mean he can get away with acting like a big shot. At least according to his costar, Leonardo DiCaprio.
Hill, who was hosting Saturday Night Live, acted a little bothered when several SNL cast members began asking him about the Wolf star during his opening monologue.
"What is it like working with Leonardo DiCaprio?" asked one. "What's Leo's hair like, is it like beautiful?" asked another.
Then Taran Killam, dressed as Hill's Moneyball costar Brad Pitt, asked, "What's DiCaprio like? I bet he's the best!"
Hill, 30, then explained that Leo wasn't even supposed to be in the movie with him. That's when DiCaprio, 39 walked onto the set. "I have a question," he asked. "What the hell are you doing, man?"
Originally posted 01/24/2014 10:45AM
Originally posted 01/17/2014 10:00AM
Originally posted 01/16/2014 05:15PM
We nominate six major movie moments that should have gotten their own nominations
Originally posted 01/16/2014 01:00PM
Whether it was the role of a heel-kicking news boy or an overenthusiastic camp counselor, all of this year's Oscar nominees got their start somewhere.
Their lucky breaks came long before the celebrated roles that Leonardo DiCaprio, Sandra Bullock and the rest of the nominated actors are known for today. These big and small screen gigs pushed 2014's Oscar contenders forward from random headshot to household name.
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