Neil Patrick Harris talks family, importance of 'Love Simon,' hosting 'Genius Junior'
Harris joined "The View" to discuss his family and latest projects.
Late-night hosts were trying to crack the bizarre case of who bit Beyonce on Wednesday after "Girls Trip" actress Tiffany Haddish claimed an intoxicated celebrity bit the superstar singer in the face at a party last year. "So, the president almost definitely colluded with Russia, but there's
In a live edition of the "10% Happier" podcast, ABC News' Dan Harris hosts a discussion with the author of "Notes on a Banana."
Halle Berry , Kate McKinnon and Samuel L. Jackson will be presenting at the 89th Academy Awards. They were among the second round of presenters announced by the academy this morning. Others include previous Oscar winner Shirley MacLaine, "Fifty Shades" stars Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson ,
They were together at the beginning and again at the end, but like most mothers and daughters, Debbie Reynolds and daughter Carrie Fisher sometimes struggled in the middle. But theirs was no typical mother-daughter relationship. When Fisher was born, followed by her brother, Todd Fisher, a year
Carrie Fisher , who will forever be known for playing Princess Leia Organa in the original " Star Wars " trilogy, has died, family spokesman Simon Halls has confirmed to ABC News. She was 60 years old. "It is with a very deep sadness that Billie Lourd confirms that her beloved mother Carrie Fisher
Film and TV director Garry Marshall is being remembered today by the many stars who were privileged to work with him. Marshall, who was 81, passed away on Tuesday "from complications of pneumonia following a stroke at a hospital in Burbank, California," his spokeswoman told ABC News in a statement.
Iconic actress Shirley MacLlaine, 81, was married for 28 years from 1954 to 1982 and she says an open marriage is the key to success. "No one understood it, we did. He lived in Japan basically, I lived in America working, and this and that," she told People magazine of her time with producer Steve
A few days ago, Maria Sharapova was safely locked in the jaws of defeat. But she pried them open and jumped out, and it now appears that it will be very hard to stop her at the Australian Open. Someday, a bearded, wise man will wander in from some windblown desert and explain why a player who has