Al Pacino spoke with Us Weekly about his Angels in America director Mike Nichols, who died at age 83 on Nov. 19 -- see what he said
Channing Tatum learned how to "Dougie" at the Magic Mike XXL wrap party, plus he semi stripteased to this sexy jam -- get the exclusive details from Us Weekly
Brad Pitt says being married to Angelina Jolie brings "added security"; plus, he addresses the troops at Fort Benning
Susan Sarandon reminisced about her 1991 classic Thelma & Louise, her friendship with Geena Davis, working with Brad Pitt, and much more to Us Weekly
Newlywed George Clooney crashed Comic-Con in New York City and joked about his new wife Amal Alamuddin -- more here
Us Weekly exclusively spoke to Steve Lemme about the upcoming sequel to 2001's beloved comedy Super Troopers
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Michael B. Jordan spoke with Us Weekly about the upcoming Fantastic Four reboot, the Apollo Creed movie, and his directing aspirations -- see what he said
True Blood's Alexander Skarsgard told Us Weekly about filming his final scenes for the HBO show, calling it an "unbelievably emotional" experience and noting that he "started crying" on set -- read more
Jamie Kilstein, a comedian who was mentored by Robin Williams, recalls how the late actor helped pay his radio show salary and saw him through his "darkest moments"
Rachel McAdams and Jake Gyllenhaal danced together during a party with the cast and crew of their upcoming film Southpaw in Indiana, PA., last month -- get the exclusive details
Maisie Williams of Game of Thrones dishes on the show's success, funniest fan encounters, and The Hound's nice side -- see what she had to say!
Watch Brad Pitt play the tambourine and dance onstage alongside Bruno Mars during a performance at the Make It Right Gala in New Orleans last weekend!
Kristen Bell admits she's happy to be back with daughter Lincoln, 12 months, after promoting films Veronica Mars and Frozen the past few months; "I'm always missing her when I'm not there," she tells Us Weekly
After their segment was cut from the 2014 Oscars, Andrew Garfield invited Batkid to the NYC premiere of The Amazing Spider-Man 2, a source exclusively tells Us Weekly