Former co-stars and other celebrities took to social media on Wednesday to remember the iconic Mary Tyler Moore , who died at the age of 80. Moore, whose career spanned nearly six decades, was best known for her work on "The Dick Van Dyke Show" and "The Mary Tyler Moore Show." "A groundbreaking
It will be Tom Hanks vs. Bill Murray , Dwyane Wade vs. LeBron James and Arsenio Hall vs. Marlee Matlin when the Chicago Cubs meet the Cleveland Indians tonight in game one of the World Series. Famous fans are lining up behind both teams for the historic face-off. With stakes this high -- the Cubs
Marlee Matlin was all about Nyle DiMarco last night as he danced his way to winning the Mirror Ball trophy for season 22 of " Dancing With the Stars ." The Oscar-winning actress took to Twitter to send the deaf model her support last night during the finale of this year's competition. "Wow
Actor Sean Astin has released a family statement regarding the death of his mother, Patty Duke . Astin posted a photo on his Facebook page of the actress holding him as a baby, along with a short tribute to his mother on behalf of his family. Duke, whose real name was Anna Pearce, died this morning
Ridley Scott has directed more than 20 films including "Blade Runner," "Alien," "Thelma and Louise" and "Gladiator," but has yet to win an Oscar, making him one of a number of big names in Hollywood you probably just assumed had taken home an Academy Award at one point or another. Who else is on
During the 2016 Makers Conference, the Academy Award-winning actress talks about her historic win and her disappointment with the lack of diversity in film today.
The musical marries deaf and hearing cultures by incorporating sign language.
Legendary actress Lauren Bacall died Tuesday at the age of 89 and celebrities from multiple generations from Barbara Streisand to Mia Farrow remembered the Hollywood starlet. The icon leaves behind an incomparable legacy that music and acting legends won't soon forget. Read: Lauren Bacall, Star of
Today marks the 25th anniversary of the greatest sitcom that was "about nothing." "Seinfeld" launched 25 years ago on July 5, 1989 and still resonates in pop culture lore, with quotes and episodes talked about today, almost 16 years after the series finale. Aside from launching the careers of Jerry