Susan Sarandon has been a regular at many awards shows throughout her career, but has now admitted that she frequently gets high before attending. Speaking on a new edition of the show "Watch What Happens Live," the "Thelma and Louise" star says she usually enjoys a joint before attending most shows. Joking with the show's host, Susan explained which shows she likes to get high before attending.
Don Cheadle is reportedly set to join the cast of the upcoming "Avengers" film "Age of Ultron" as the Iron Man counterpart War Machine. The hero, whose real-life identity is Colonel James Rhodes, will have a key role in the upcoming fight against Ultron in the new film. Thus far there is little word as to the story line in the film.
Marvel Studios has announced that they will expand their Spider-Man film franchise with new spin-offs dedicated to the villains Venom and the Sinister Six. The news came in an official release this week with producer Matt Tolmach saying he's thrilled for the next part of the story. "This collaboration was born out the great experience we and Marc had working with Alex, Bob and Jeff . . ."
Lea Michele, the "Glee" co-star of the late Cory Monteith, has the most re-tweeted Twitter post of 2013 with her announcement of Cory's fatal overdose. "Among the millions of affecting Tweets this year, there is something we call The Golden Tweet," Twitter spokesman Gabriel Stricker said in a blog post.
Khloe Kardashian is officially filing for divorce from her husband, NBA player Lamar Odom. Rumors have swirled earlier this year that Odom has engaged in affairs with various women and has struggled with drugs and alcohol in recent. According to TMZ.com, Kardashian filed the divorce claim citing irreconcilable differences. The pair have not been in contact in several weeks.
Christopher Evan Welch has died. The 48-year-old actor died of lung cancer on December 2 in Santa Monica, according to a statement released by his family. Welch last appeared as a clerk in the House of Representatives in the Steven Spielberg drama "Lincoln." He also appeared regularly on the AMC conspiracy-themed drama "Rubicon."
Taye Diggs, currently starring in the series "Private Practice," has reportedly cut ties with his wife of ten years Idina Menzel. Diggs and the Tony Award winning actress met while performing in the Broadway production of "Rent." The couple released an official statement about the split through their reps, saying: "Idina Menzel and Taye Diggs have jointly decided to separate at this time."
Bob Barker appears in an ad for David Jolly, who is running in the Republican primary for a U.S. House of Representatives seat in Pinellas County, Florida. The host emeritus of "The Price Is Right," who turns 90 on Thursday, stars in the ad, where he notes: "Folks, when you get to be as young as I am, you call it like you see it. That's why I'm supporting David Jolly for Congress.
Rumors are swirling that Demi Moore reportedly sold the engagement ring given to her by her ex-husband Ashton Kutcher. According to various reports the actress hawked her ring for a reported $250,000, so that she could more completely move on with her life. Word of the alleged sell-off comes via the British tabloid Star.
After three weeks of dominance by "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" and "Frozen," "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug" is in great position to take over the top of the box office charts, with major expectations both domestically and abroad. Also looking for a sizable opening is Tyler Perry's latest release "A Madea Christmas," which could be in line for a surprisingly strong first weekend.
Lea Michele has opened up about the tragic death of her late boyfriend and "Glee" co-star Cory Monteith on a recent edition of "Ellen." Speaking with DeGeneres, Lea explained that she has coped with the loss with the help of her friends and family members. "It's certainly been a pretty rough year, but I've been surrounded by such great people, such great family," she explained to Ellen.
"Twelve Years a Slave" and "American Hustle" both lead the pack of nominees for this year's Golden Globes, each scoring seven nominations. The films join an impressive list of nominated pictures this season including "Captain Phillips," "Gravity," "Philomena" and "Rush" for Best drama and "Her," "Inside Llewyn Davis," "Nebraska" and "The Wolf of Wall Street" for Best Musical or Comedy.
Patrick J. Adams ("Suits") will make a guest appearance on the second season of "Orphan Black." The actor tweeted in July that he was "hooked" on the show. "From my first viewing of the first episode I knew there wasn't another show on television that I wanted to be part of more than 'Orphan Black.' Tatiana Maslany is doing some of the best work on TV. Period," said Adams.
Following the success of "Sound of Music Live!" NBC has committed to airing another holiday music special during the next holiday season. Speaking with the New York Times, NBC Entertainment chairman Robert Greenblatt said the network is "circling a couple of titles" for next year's production. "All weekend, people have been calling us and emailing us," he added.
Stephen "Twitch" Boss and Allison Holker of "So You Think You Can Dance" have tied the knot in a private ceremony. They kept the event small, only inviting family, opting to wed at Villa San-Juliette Vineyard & Winery in Paso Robles, California which is owned by the show's producer Nigel Lythgoe. "The moment I saw him in the first rehearsal, I had a crush on him," Allison told Access Hollywood.