06:49 PM EDT 03/24/2014
Originally posted 03/21/2014 03:15PM
The much buzzed-about film adaptation of Veronica Roth's literary series, Divergent, hits theaters this weekend with a new bevy of tough women who kick butt.
Originally posted 03/07/2014 05:45PM
The actor, who just honed his skiing and motorcycle riding skills, chatted with PEOPLE this week about "one last thing" ...
Originally posted 03/07/2014 03:35PM
Rise of an Empire is a fine sequel to 300, but PEOPLE's critic says you should check into The Grand Budapest Hotel instead. Here's what to see and what to skip in theaters this weekend.
Originally posted 02/26/2014 01:45PM
They've taken on Twitter, and now The Muppets are invading Instagram with a series of adorable selfies.
Originally posted 02/21/2014 09:30AM
In a town full of many playboys, don't count Ty Burrell as one of them.
Originally posted 01/19/2014 10:40AM
Stroganoff, smoothies and beer? These celebs' pre-show bites aren't quite what you'd expect
Originally posted 09/23/2013 12:45AM
The E! host found himself facing down his mirror image not once but twice
Originally posted 09/20/2013 11:00AM
Missing your Modern Family?
Well, this funny animated GIF of the Emmy-nominated cast should keep you laughing until the fifth season premiere of the hit ABC comedy.
The stars appears elegantly dressed and perfectly poised at first glance, but – upon closer inspection, and just like on the show – their quirks quickly surface for all to see.
Can you look fast enough to spot the changes, which pay homage to previous episodes of the Emmy-winning comedy?
Originally posted 05/05/2013 09:05PM
It won't be an easy sweater to fill.
"There's only one person in this whole world like you," Fred Rogers liked to say on his long-running children's TV show. But now the difficult task begins of finding someone just like Mr. Rogers – or who can at least capture his essence – for an upcoming biopic.
A film about Rogers, who died in 2003 at age 74, is in the works at Treehouse Pictures based on a script by Alexis Jolly, a staff writer on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Deadline.com reports.
Originally posted 04/23/2013 11:45AM
Allan Arbus, best known for his dozen appearances as the sarcastic psychiatrist Maj. Sidney Freedman on the '70s series M*A*S*H, died Friday at his Los Angeles home, his daughter, photographer Amy Arbus, told The New York Times. He was 95.
In addition to numerous roles on TV and in movies, from Matlock and Curb Your Enthusiasm (in 2000) to Cinderella Liberty and Damien: Omen II, the New York City native, during his military service in the army, had been a photographer – as was, notably, his wife, Diane Arbus.
The two met when Allan was an employee in the advertising department of her parents' Fifth Avenue department store, then married in 1941 and formed a professional partnership.
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