Insomniac Theater: 'Pacific Rim Uprising' & 'Sherlock Gnomes'
Take a look at two movies hitting the big screen this weekend.
Tracey Ullman is back with new impersonations and an all-new HBO series, and while fans are singing her praises, Ullman reminds them that she’s been at this for a long, long time. The actress said she first started portraying different characters when she was 6 years old. “I used to dance in my
It didn't take much to turn "View" moderator Whoopi Goldberg into her beloved "Sister Act" character, Sister Mary Clarence. Goldberg placed a long black robe atop of her clothes, but it wasn't long enough to hide the bright blue cartoon socks she's known for wearing with TV's most quirky shoes. The
It's been 25 years since we watched nightclub lounge singer Deloris Van Cartier turn into Sister Mary Clarence to avoid getting killed in "Sister Act." Whoopi Goldberg 's character was put in protective custody, inside a rundown San Francisco convent, to avoid her gangster boyfriend's goons after
Seymour appears on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" to talk about her role in Adam Sandler's "Sandy Wexler."
Seymour appears on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" to talk about her role in Adam Sandler's new movie, "Sandy Wexler."
A look at the iconic actress, screenwriter, author, producer and speaker's legacy as Hollywood royalty.
Jimmy Kimmel will be happy to know that Maggie Smith is ready to take her Emmy Award. As host of the Emmys on Sunday night, Kimmel made several jokes at Smith's expense, poking fun at the fact that the "Downton Abbey" star is a frequent no-show when she's nominated. Later during the ceremony, when
It could be a changing of the guard at this year's Emmy Awards. As Ken Tucker, Yahoo! TV's critic-at-large, pointed out to ABC News, the competition in many of the categories this year is between older, established hits and the "new blood." " Game of Thrones ," the perennial favorite, leads the
ABC News' Amna Nawaz and FivetThirtyEight's Walter Hickey talk about what to expect at this year's Emmy Awards.