Tony- and Emmy-winning actress Nanette Fabray has died, her son has confirmed. She was 97. Fabray, who was the aunt of actress Shelley Fabares, died in her home in Palos Verdes, California, on Thursday from natural causes. Her family was with her when she died. Born Ruby Nanette Bernadette Theresa
Saying it's time to "step up to the plate," music icon Cher encouraged a huge crowd at a women's march in Las Vegas on Sunday to be strong and keep fighting for their rights. The 71-year-old singer and actress, whose hit songs include "Believe" and "If I Could Turn Back Time," received rousing
One year after a breast cancer survivor nearly went into financial ruin while fighting her disease, she's making sure no other person has to struggle financially during their own fight. Molly MacDonald was diagnosed with early-stage breast cancer in 2005. It was just five years after a divorce that
O'Brien appears on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" and opens up about his accident on "The Maze Runner" set and road to recovery.
O'Brien appears on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" to talk about his role in the film "American Assassin."
The time was May 1937. Franklin D. Roosevelt was president, after winning reelection to a second term. German air ship The Hindenburg had burst into flames over New Jersey, killing 35 people, and the Spanish Civil War was raging across the ocean. The number one song on the radio was "You Can't Take
Damien Chazelle’s musical “La La Land” won big at this year's Oscars, and Chazelle himself took home the award for best director. Chazelle, 32, became the youngest director to win an Oscar, tying a record that was set more than 80 years ago by Norman Taurog. Chazelle wrote “La La Land,” which also
During movie awards season, a lot of attention is given to the Oscar-nominated actors and directors. But what about the nominees whose job responsibilities aren't quite so clear to the average movie-goer? For a new series called "Behind the Lens," ABC News got to know the people who were recognized
Bringing back the late Peter Cushing and 19-year-old Carrie Fisher for a story taking place before the 1977 "Star Wars" was a CGI challenge.
When Debbie Reynolds died yesterday at the age of 84, the world lost one of the most accomplished actresses Hollywood had ever seen. Here's a look back at some of her most famed work: "Singin' in the Rain" -- 1952 Reynolds was just 19 years old when she appeared with Gene Kelly and Donald O'Connor