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Originally posted 02/26/2015 10:15AM
You'll never guess who got fired from Red Lobster before she found fame
Originally posted 01/13/2015 09:20PM
You might remember him as the guy who romanced Nicole Kidman in a Chanel commercial, or the hunk Laura Linney jumped up and down with excitement over in Love Actually, but Rodrigo Santoro is about to take on a different type of role in the remake of Ben Hur.
Originally posted 09/19/2014 04:35PM
Téa Leoni is in a fresh phase of her life – she's got a new project, starring in the title role of Madam Secretary, and is newly single, having split with husband David Duchovny this summer after 17 years of marriage.
Originally posted 09/12/2014 01:45AM
The Lucy actor visited Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Thursday to discuss his new movie Dolphin Tale 2 and share his case of mistaken identity.
Freeman, 77, told the host he was recently at an airport wearing a hat and glasses when he was approached by a "fan."
Originally posted 09/06/2014 04:45PM
She's dated Woody Allen and Al Pacino, but there's one man who Diane Keaton would happily spend 40 years of her life with – Morgan Freeman.
The Oscar winner made the confession Friday on the red carpet at the Toronto International Film Festival, where she locked lips with her Ruth & Alex costar.
"Look at him!" she told ET Canada as she grabbed Freeman's cheeks and pulled him in for a kiss.
Originally posted 07/25/2014 08:40AM
Jimmy Fallon took the smooth, calming drawl of Morgan Freeman's voice up a few notches on Thursday's Tonight Show.
The Oscar winner, 77, stopped by to promote his new movie Lucy, costarring Scarlett Johansson, but Fallon had other ideas. After watching Freeman sip helium on the science show Through the Wormhole, the late-night host convinced the star to do it again.
Originally posted 07/17/2014 08:30AM
Aimed at kids who had aged out of Sesame Street, the show starred Hollywood legends Rita Moreno, Morgan Freeman and Bill Cosby (for the first two years, at least). More than 40 years after its premiere, the comedy of The Electric Company still stands up, as this clip of Freeman playing "Vincent the Vegetable Vampire" proves.
Originally posted 06/04/2014 08:15AM
Lee Chamberlin, an original cast member of the 1970s PBS children's show The Electric Company, and who then went on to a decades-long acting career on stage and screen, died Monday in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, of metastatic cancer, The New York Times reports. She was 76.
The actress, who was living in Paris, had been visiting her son Matthew at the time of her death.
Chamberlin – who starred on The Electric Company alongside Bill Cosby, Rita Moreno and then-newcomer Morgan Freeman – played the character Vi, who owned a diner and sang duets with Freeman.
Originally posted 05/24/2014 04:00PM
[YOUTUBE "DCpsusTta4w"] Morgan Freeman's voice is so familiar from film roles, documentaries and commercials that it's a surprise to hear it altered in any way, like if someone added googly eyes to the Mona Lisa.
Originally posted 04/01/2014 12:00PM
April Fools' Day pranks can be in good fun, but not when your favorite celebrity's life is on the line.
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