Tom Hanks couldn't help himself - like most of us this time of year, he caved when the Girl Scouts hit him up to buy some cookies, and he's clearly got a fave. We got these pics of Tom going on a cookie spree Monday in Brentwood. You know the kids must have been pumped when they hooked the famous guy who sounds just like Woody from Toy Story. We're told Tom didn't go hog wild though.
Ahead of the March premiere of the Roseanne reboot, 20/20 delved into the show's past, including John Goodman's original audition for the role of Dan Connor. All I knew about Roseanne Barr, that she was a rising comedian and she was on a Pizza Hut commercial, Goodman said. He felt he had the job as soon as he left the audition - and he was right. Producer Tom Werner said they never even considered anyone else for the role.
Jamie Foxx made a super timely joke about Black History Month and white chicks. That's when he declared, No white girls 'til March 1st. Great line from the comedian, especially considering what had happened the day before. When he walked out of a live ESPN interview because they brought up Katie. Maybe he was just respecting the white girls' ban.
Odell Beckham Jr came out FIRING on his NBA bros from courtside at the All-Star game - from James Harden to Russell Westbrook to Victor Oladipo - and it was pretty damn hilarious. To Russ: You like a human turtle man - Donatello. Odell also might've poked fun at Kyrie Irving's infamous flat-earth theory. Enlisting the help of Dave Chappelle to joke about the moon not being real. His best burn might've been on Black Panther star Chadwick Boseman.
After pulling a last minute surprise at a Black Panther screening for at-risk kids, and not even the event organizer knew he was doing it. Jas Waters, a writer on This Is Us, told us how she came up with the idea to screen the film at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood over the weekend. Ended with Offset marching into the screening with Lil Yachty.
Of course, young people of all genders have always been vital to social movements. Young women in particular have played key roles in leading these movements, although they've received less public credit for doing so. I want to say a few words, she yelled out, before delivering a short, powerful speech in Yiddish. His election months before felt, in some ways, like a referendum on the value of women one that we had lost.
It was going to be my first time kissing a married man, and guilt is the worst feeling in your stomach, Lawrence said during a roundtable discussion with The Hollywood Reporter in 2017. I knew it was my job, but I couldn't tell my stomach that. You want to do it real, you want everything to be real, but then.
There's a reason you haven't heard new music from Phillip Phillips in a while. The Season 11 American Idol winner was snarled in a lawsuit for years with the show's production company 19 Entertainment, stalling his music-making. The two parties settled in 2017, allowing Phillips to officially begin work on new songs his first since 2014. These days, Phillips' fans come to his shows and sing along to his songs the new ones included.
John Oliver says President Donald Trump has failed at the one thing he's supposed to be good at: salesmanship. America's reputation overseas is under attack from its own president, Oliver pointed out on Sunday's broadcast of Last Week Tonight. Oliver, who describes himself as an immigrant who has fallen in love with this country, delivered a message to the rest of the world.
John Oliver returned to TV on Sunday night and began his show's fifth season with a discussion of last week's shooting spree at a Florida high school that left 17 people dead. Oliver said we know how it all plays out, then recapped the arguments from both sides. Yeah, but it's also a gun problem. Then someone says, 'Now's not the time to talk about gun control' and everyone moves on until it inevitably happens again. Oliver said this attack might be different.
CELEBRITY British celebs team up with Hollywood to back fund that aims to strengthen the Times Up movement. Harry Potter pal Emma Watson just donated $1.4 million to a British fund established to battle sexual harassment and support its victims. It's easy to dismiss harassment and abuse as being caused by 'one or two . Celebrities at the BAFTAs wore black to show their solidarity with the movement to eradicate sexual harassment.
More of O.J Simpson's crap can be yours - like his set chair from Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult - but his ass ain't behind this piece of memorabilia. The guy who owns the chair tells TMZ. The guy says the chair once fetched as much as $5,000 from another auction site, but pulled the plug. It's now on eBay and the asking bid's $1,495.
US President Donald Trump blasted media mogul Oprah Winfrey on Twitter on Sunday night over a segment on CBS's 60 Minutes program and again said he hoped she would face him as an opponent in the 2020 presidential race. Hope Oprah runs so she can be exposed and defeated just like all of the others!. Winfrey has told various media outlets, including Entertainment Weekly, that she is not running for president, but has considered it, after there was much recent media speculation.
Dark comedy Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri was the biggest winner at the BAFTA Film Awards, held in London on Sunday, an event which saw the campaign for women's rights in the entertainment industry take center stage. Three Billboards won five awards, including best film, best actress for its lead performer Frances McDormand and a supporting actor award for Sam Rockwell. Though Three Billboards took home the most trophies, it did not dominate proceedings, with a number of critically well-received films also garnering recognition.
You've seen the original trailer for Avengers: Infinity War, but if you were hoping for something funnier and more bizarre, this hilarious parody will satisfy that need. YouTuber and Italian visual FX artist Aldo Jones has perhaps out-weirded himself by taking on the highly anticipated third Avengers film, which hits theaters in May Making appearances in this new cut are Rick and Morty, Toby McGuire's very emo Spider-Man and a Mickey Mouse Thanos.
The Happy Prince, written and directed by Everett, is a biography of Wilde's exile in Paris after he was convicted of gross indecency in 1895 for having sex with a man during a Victorian clampdown on homosexuality. Everett, who also plays the leading role, said Wilde's story illustrates the struggle of people turned into outcasts for their sexuality that was still happening in some countries such as Russia, Uganda and India.
Women's rights activists walked the red carpet with some of British cinema's biggest female stars at the BAFTA film awards on Sunday, the latest salvo in a campaign against sexual harassment in the entertainment industry. The Death of Stalin star Andrea Riseborough was accompanied by Phyll Opoku-Gyimah, a co-founder of activist group UK Black Pride. Some female stars dressed in black outfits, echoing a similar protest at last month's Golden Globes awards ceremony in Los Angeles.