John Lithgow News
'GMA' Hot List: What to know about kids and dairy allergies
Dr. Jennifer Ashton weighs in on the dangers of dairy allergies for kids, plus John Lithgow dishes on "Daddy's Home 2."
John Lithgow says he's not ashamed of kissing scenes with Will Ferrell
The "Daddy's Home 2" actor said he and Ferrell, who plays his son, "gave up shame long ago" after working in comedy.
Mark Wahlberg said Mel Gibson was the 'only guy' to pull off playing his dad
The "Daddy's Home 2" actor said Gibson was the only person who could "be that cool" and make his character "nervous and anxious."
Will Ferrell dishes on his kids' reaction to his 'Daddy's Home 2' kissing scenes
The comedian said the first day his children visited him on set was when he was shooting a kissing scene with John Lithgow, who plays his father in the film.
Will Ferrell dishes about his favorite dad dance moves
"I just like to move my body and I think the audience likes to see that," he said.
Nov. 29, 1985: John Lithgow talks about the unpredictability of being an actor
Lithgow reveals the self-doubt he feels while waiting for the next acting job.
Clive Owen opens up about 'M. Butterfly'
The actor dishes on his return to Broadway for the Tony Award-winning drama.
Emmys 2017: Complete winners list
The 2017 Emmys proved to be an historic night, with several stars setting records in the TV world. Lena Waithe broke down barriers, being the first black woman to win an Emmy for her writing in “Master of None.” In addition to Waithe, "Veep" star Julia Louis-Dreyfus won best actress in a comedy
How the 2017 Emmys got political
From the monologue to acceptance speeches -- and even a cameo from a former White House staffer -- tonight's Emmy Awards didn't avoid politics. A politically-packed monologue Host Stephen Colbert didn't hold back on the president in the monologue, blaming the Emmys for inspiring President Donald
Emmys 2017: What to expect from the awards show
The stars of the small screen will be out Sunday night for the 69th Primetime Emmy Award, set to take place at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. Though the annual TV awards show once took a Hollywood backseat to the Academy Awards, the growing prestige of television has drawn a growing number