Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis had an eventful Fourth of July weekend.
The couple tied the knot sometime during the weekend, People magazine reports, citing an unnamed source.
Kutcher, 37, and Kunis, 31, got engaged in February of 2014 and welcomed daughter Wyatt Isabelle the following October.
Their status was a topic of conversation when Kunis appeared on James Corden's Late Late Show debut last March, wearing a diamond ring on her ring finger. Corden asked her if she'd gotten married to her former...Read more
Arnold Schwarzenegger couldn't terminate Jurassic World's winning streak at the box office during the Fourth of July weekend.
For the fourth consecutive weekend, Jurassic World was the top film. The dinosaur flick raked in an estimated 30.9 million dollars. It has now made a total of 558 million dollars at the domestic box office to date.
The Disney/Pixar film Inside Out was a close second over the weekend, collecting 30.1 million dollars.
Terminator Genisys, featuring the return of Schwarzenegger to the Terminator series, opened in third place, with 28.7 million dollars. It's raised 44.2 million...Read more
(NEW ORLEANS) -- When Usher closed out Saturday night's concerts at the Essence Music Festival 2015 in the New Orleans' Superdome, he wanted to make a statement. After all, it was the Fourth of July, the day when America celebrates its Independence.
The R&B crooner wore a black leather jacket with the words, "Have we really achieved our independence," written on the back in white lettering. And after he performed songs such as "OMG," "Climax," and "Here I Stand," he eventually took his jacket off to reveal another message on his T-shirt. The words "Fourth of July" were crossed out and another word stood prominently underneath:...Read more
Billy Joel just capped off a banner week by tying the knot.
The 66-year-old singer-songwriter married girlfriend Alexis Roderick, 33, Saturday at his Long Island, NY estate, according to US Weekly. By all accounts the ceremony was a surprise to the family and guests gathered for a Fourth of July celebration.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo officiated the nuptials,...Read more
To some, the Fourth of July means the beach, beer and barbecues, but Daughtry will spend that day being reminded of the true meaning of the holiday -- they'll be performing for the troops at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. "It's just, like, the best crowd ever," says Chris Daughtry.
"That’s gonna be fun. We always love playing for the troops. We’ve done many tours overseas and different military bases and it’s just like the best crowd ever," Chris tells ABC Radio. "They’re so grateful and so awesome and they do all the hard work, you know?"
In fact, Chris explains why there's really a different feel when...Read more
Having written three best-selling cookbooks and hosting her hit show, Trisha's Southern Kitchen, on the Food Network, it’s no surprise that Independence Day at Grammy-winning country singer Trisha Yearwood’s house sounds like it lives up to her culinary reputation. But the Peach State native says she tends to stick to family traditions, like her mother’s coleslaw.
“4th of July at my house is one of my favorite holidays just because it's all of my favorite summer foods,” she muses. “My dad was the grill master, and he used to make barbecue chicken for the whole town of Monticello,...Read more
One of Sesame Street's most beloved cast members is leaving the show.
During the American Library Association Annual Conference Monday, Sonia Manzano -- best known as "Maria" on Sesame Street -- announced she's stepping down.
"After 45 years on Sesame Street, @SoniaMManzano will no longer appear on the next season," the Library tweeted Monday.
Manzano, 65, has won 15 writing Emmys during her long tenure on Sesame Street, and was nominated twice as a performer.
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Actress America Ferrera, best known for her starring role in the ABC series Ugly Betty, took aim at Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump and his recent comments about Mexican immigrants in an open letter posted to the Huffington Post Thursday, thanking Trump for galvanizing Latino voters.
"What you did with you straight talk was send more Latino voters to the polls than several registration rallies combined!" she wrote. Noting that Latinos are youngest and fastest-growing constituency...Read more
Black-ish star Laurence Fishburne will play Alex Haley, author of Roots: The Saga of an American Family, in a remake of the 1977 ABC miniseries being simulcast on History, A&E and Lifetime, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The story, chronicling the life of Kunta Kinte, will be an original, contemporary production, combining material from Haley's novel with new information about the time period over which it spans. The role was portrayed by James Earl Jones in the original miniseries.
Months after being named People magazine's Most Beautiful Woman, Sandra Bullock is speaking out against what she calls the media's shaming attacks on women's looks and age.
"I feel like it's become open hunting season in how women are attacked and it's not because of who we are as people, it's because of how we look or our age," she tells E! News.
"I'm shocked -- and maybe I was just naïve, but I'm embarrassed by it. My son is getting...Read more
Ant-Man star Paul Rudd got a huge honor Wednesday: the 2,554th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Rudd seemed truly overwhelmed to get a star, saying, "This is incredible."
He was impressed that his Ant-Man co-star Michael Douglas showed up to say a few words. Douglas talked about not being impressed the first time he met Rudd at a cafe in New York: "He looked like a homeless guy."
But Rudd won him over on the Ant-Man set. Douglas said, "I've never seen anybody have so much fun in my life."
And Rudd, known for being a funny guy, got emotional talking about his...Read more
Billy Joel made history with his latest show in his Madison Square Garden residency Wednesday night.
He performed his record 65th show at the famous New York City venue, surpassing Elton John for the most performances there by an artist.
Actor and fellow Long Island native Kevin James was there to raise a banner commemorating the achievement. "We love you Billy," the Pixels star said. "Let's have another 65!"
Billy's set list included covers of Elton's "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road" and The Beatles' "With a Little Help from My Friends."
Here's the set list:
While the set for his new CBS late-night program is being built, Stephen Colbert is apparently itching to get behind a chat show desk -- which, he explained, was why he recently hosted a Michigan public access show called Only in Monroe.
The footage was posted on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert YouTube channel Wednesday night.
While not in his Colbert Report persona, Colbert was certainly in character, deadpanning through the 41-plus minute program as any local host would, on location in the local...Read more
Rapper Iggy Azalea insists that her supposed feud with pop singer Britney Spears is nothing more than a media creation.
Much has been made of Iggy's online comment regarding their duet "Pretty Girls," and how the two artists allegedly threw shade at one another. But on Tuesday Iggy said she is "really saddened" that the media is "trying to create a 'beef'" between her and Britney.
She tweeted, "We remain friends and i haven't...Read more
As America prepares to celebrate its independence July 4, country music superstar Tim McGraw continues to celebrate the veterans who've helped fight for the country.
So far, on the Shotgun Rider 2015 Tour he’s given away six mortgage-free homes to deserving soldiers, with 30 more members of the armed forces set to get new houses by the tour’s end through his partnership with Chase and Operation Homefront.
“[These are] people who have given us security for a lot of years,” Tim reflects, “and we’re able to do that back for them in a small way.” In the three years he's worked...Read more