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Hollywood Walk of Fame 2018 honorees revealed
The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce has announced the Hollywood Walk of Fame class of 2018. The honorees were chosen from hundreds of nominations, according to a news release. The group includes two late stars: comedian Bernie Mac and television personality Steve Irwin. “The Walk of Fame Selection
Complete protected, unprotected lists for expansion Vegas Golden Knights
Protected: and unProtected: lists ahead of Wednesday's expansion draft announcement: ANAHEIM DUCKS Available: Spencer Abbott (F) Jared Boll (F) Sam Carrick (F) Patrick Eaves (F) Emerson Etem (F) Ryan Garbutt (F) Max Gortz (F) Nicolas Kerdiles (F) Andre Petersson (F) Logan Shaw (F) Nick Sorensen (F)
Lea Michele reveals what musical she would do 'right now'
The singer and actress said she would do the musical "Funny Girl" immediately.
Lea Michele plays Two Truths and a Lie and dishes on her new album 'Places'
And we want to thank everybody in our studio. Thank you for coming in. We want to thank everybody at home. We have a very special guest joining us at the table. The grammy-winning artist for her starring role on "Glee." She has a new album. She's here to talk about it. Please welcome lea Michele.
Susan Sarandon and Jessica Lange talk gender equality in Hollywood
What has changed for women in Hollywood since the 1960s? Plenty -- and also not enough. That's the perspective viewers get from director Ryan Murphy 's "Feud." The series stars Susan Sarandon and Jessica Lange as Bette Davis and Joan Crawford during the period when studios pitted the two actresses
Catherine Zeta-Jones: I credit Ryan Murphy for making huge strides in Hollywood
ABC News' Michael Rothman and fivethirtyeight's Walt Hickey talk to the star on the NYC red carpet for " FEUD: Bette and Joan."
Ryan Murphy : It's not easy for women over 40 in Hollywood
ABC News' Michael Rothman and fivethirtyeight's Walt Hickey talk to the showrunner of " FEUD: Bette and Joan" at the NYC red carpet.
Jordana Brewster on playing Denise Brown on 'The People v.s. O.J. Simpson'
ABC News' Michael Rothman speaks to 'The Fast and the Furious' star Jordana Brewster
'The Fast and the Furious' star Jordana Brewster on her beauty routine and big screen career
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'Feud' director Ryan Murphy on working with women over 40
Ryan Murphy is emphasizing the importance of creating more roles for women, particularly those over the age of 40. Murphy, the creative force behind TV favorites such as "Glee," "Nip/Tuck," "American Horror Story" and now "Feud," told ABC News it’s time for change in Hollywood. “I do work with a