Now that the trailer for 'The Imitation Game' has officially been released, we're pretty stoked that we have another chance to see Benedict Cumberbatch grace our screens again. Check out these twelve reasons that only just scratch the surface of why we're totally crushing on sexy Brit Benedict Cumberbatch. Cumbercollective, unite!
Scammers create hoax that claims Miley Cyrus is dead in order to make money.
Even 10 years later, I still can't watch 'The Notebook' without crying. But for me at least, it has nothing to do with Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams. Instead, it was all about James Garner's performance as old Noah Calhoun, who shined in that role for putting a gentle, kind face on what it means to be a man. It's the love story of Allie and Noah, but it's really Noah's story. And I loved James Garner for telling it so beautifully.
In an effort to Americanize herself, Miranda Kerr played flip cup with Jimmy Fallon on 'The Tonight Show.' (And yes, it was as awesome as it sounds.)
There must be something about being a vampire –or at least playing one in a mega successful film franchise or on TV—that makes an actor or actress exceedingly amorous and/or attractive. Several co-stars in bloodsucker franchises have engaged in real-life relationships!
Because Hollywood is a town that operates off a battery of press and publicity, there have been plenty of allegedly fake Hollywood couples. See five of our favorite allegedly fake couples.
Lindsay Lohan's little sister Ali is contemplating a country music career. It's a professional move attempted by many celebs. We remember the wannabes who have and haven't succeeded at making the switch.
A new book threatens to reveal the secret behind The Long Island Medium. That is ridiculous, because there is no secret behind the Long Island Medium. But before you think I'm buying her bull, too, let me explain: I'm not saying that I believe Long Island Medium Theresa Caputo actually talks to dead people, I'm saying that Caputo's doing a very old and common parlor trick called "cold reading," in which people like soothsayers, mentalists and, yes, mediums trick audience members and listeners that they know much mo