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Review: 'A Dog's Purpose' Is Touching, But Not Very Good
Rated - PG Starring Josh Gad, Dennis Quaid Two out of five stars Josh Gad is the voice of a dog’s soul that is literally born again and again, and again. The one constant? He strives to find out what his purpose is. Why does he keep coming back for more? That’s similar to the question you’ll be
Meg Ryan and Dennis Quaid's Son Jack Opens Up About Parents' Divorce
Dennis Quaid and Meg Ryan 's son, Jack Quaid, is opening up about their divorce and life growing up with parents in the spotlight. During an interview on the " Allegedly with Theo Von & Matthew Cole Weiss " podcast, the 23-year-old "Vinyl" star explained his feelings as a child, when his parents
Golden Globe Nominations Announced Live
Angela Bassett, America Ferrera, Chloe Grace Moretz, and Dennis Quaid reveal the nominees for the 73rd annual Golden Globes.
Oscar-Nominated Actor Randy Quaid Arrested
Quaid and his wife were arrested at the Canadian border on charges from an incident 5 years ago in California.
Index: Former Congressman Aaron Schock Being Sued
ABC News' David Muir reports the stories people have been buzzing about all week.
Dennis Quaid's Apparent Movie Set Meltdown Could Be Hoax
The actor was caught on camera going on an obscene rant, but now some think it might not be a genuine outburst.
Dennis Quaid Has A Meltdown
Actor Dennis Quaid goes on a profanity-laced tirade in a behind-the-scenes rant caught on camera.
'Repeat After Me': Stars Pull Pranks on ABC's New Hidden Camera Show
Host comedian Wendi McLendon-Covey directs celebs to perform crazy stunts in front of unknowing participants.
Lea Thompson Reflects on 'Back to the Future' 30 Years Later
It's been almost 30 years since "Back to the Future" hit theaters in 1985, but the movie starring Michael J. Fox and Lea Thompson is just as iconic as ever. Thompson, 53, who played Lorraine, Fox's mother in the film, spoke to US Weekly about the movie and her favorite memory of filming. Read:
Meet the Man Who May Have Launched the Selfie
If you are so tired of the selfie craze that you could scream, you may want to direct your vocal chords towards a longtime cameraman from Los Angeles whose photos taken with an actual camera, not an iPhone, decades ago may have started the craze. Lester Wisbrod was working as a freelance cameraman