We’re used to seeing Rachel Brosnahan in dark, dramatic roles, like the doomed call girl Rachel Posner in "House of Cards." But as Miriam "Midge" Maisel in Amazon’s bright and breezy "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel," she’s tackling comedy head-on. “It’s been a very cool transition,” Brosnahan told ABC
Honey Boo Boo has never looked so trashy. Mosaic portrait artist Jason Mecier, of San Francisco, has created an elaborate portrait of seven-year-old Alana Thompson using nothing but 25 pounds of trash. The Honey Boo Boo portrait took Mecier more than 50 hours to complete,...
Diller, Who Died At Age 95, Opened Doors for Female Stand-Ups, Including Joan Rivers
Legendary comedian Phyllis Diller has died at the age of 95, her manager confirmed to ABC News. TMZ reported that Diller’s health has been on the decline since a recent fall, in which she injured her wrist and hip. The website said she had been...
Dystopian. Post apocalyptic. Long after Justin Bieber is gone. Welcome to the world of “The Hunger Games.” Based on the best-selling young adult book series, our first glimpse into this world is a television interview — Stanley Tucci’s ostentatious, blue-haired Caesar Flickerman interviewing ...
Buckle your seatbelts. Comedic actress and writer Ali Wentworth has a new book that embraces the intimate moments of her life and lets us into her crazy world. Her new book, " Ali in Wonderland: And Other Tall Tales ," is a funny, honest and personal romantic comedy. Wentworth lets it all hang out
Following on the heels of "Guiding Light," "As the World Turns" is the latest soap opera to get the axe. CBS announced Tuesday that "World" will stop spinning next September after 54 years. The show is the last remaining daytime drama made by Procter & Gamble, which coined the term "soap opera"
Next time you go to the airport, listen up. Not just to that guy seated next to you in the gate area making a deal on his cellphone. But to the recorded announcements on the public address system. Some airports are customizing their public address messages to make themselves stand out against the
Just when we thought we'd seen it all in celebrity trials, Phil Spector's bombastic lead attorney has decided the record producer's murder case can continue just fine without jurors seeing one key element -- himself. Bruce Cutler, the New York lawyer who opened the proceedings in April as the star
If you think Jerry Seinfeld's puffy shirt is something you'd find on eBay, you'd better check the Smithsonian Institution, where it's found a place alongside such treasures as Mr. Rogers' sweater, Fonzie's leather jacket, Indiana Jones' fedora and Oscar the Grouch's garbage can. Chances are, nearly