Keaton confused Witherspoon's teenage son on Instagram with her former co-star Leonardo DiCaprio.
The Amazon founder responded to a viral video that shows news anchor Lauren Sanchez being very excited to meet the Oscar-winning actor.
Due out Dec. 10, the dark comedy stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence as astronomers out to warn the world about an apocalyptic threat.
“Shucks, ma'am,” the overwhelmed actor said to a “Mummy” superfan in a Q&A about his upcoming Martin Scorsese project.
"Shoot your shot girl," one fan wrote under Barrymore's surprisingly flirty comment.
Ten-year program will work to save endangered species, battle illegal fishing and ocean pollution, and repair damage from unsustainable ecotourism.
A photo from the set of DiCaprio's latest film lit up the social media network.
The talk show host played an Academy Award statue in a bit that turned raunchy.
The couple, who've been dating for more than two years, have raised eyebrows with their 23-year age gap.
Joaquin used his acceptance speech to honor the late actor, who played the Joker in "The Dark Knight."
The “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” star’s acceptance speech at the awards show was very sweet ... and funny.
“I just think anyone should be able to date who they want to date," the actor said.
Jair Bolsonaro has leveled baseless allegations against the actor, who he claims has funded fires in the Amazon.
Jair Bolsonaro, on a campaign against environmental groups, accused DiCaprio — without proof — of "giving money to set the Amazon on fire."
The "Saturday Night Live" star transformed into a nude Ken doll for Paper magazine's Break The Internet issue.
The "Mickey and the Bear" actress told Vulture she "probably won't address it again."
The singer thinks he should have tried harder.
The actor has used his influence to raise awareness for environmental activism. In honor of his birthday, here are some moments when he spoke out.
"It was an honor to spend time with Greta," the actor and environmentalist wrote on Instagram.
The "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" actor said the president and other leaders are gambling away the future.