The actor wrote he was "over the moon" for Moore, but offered a gentlemanly denial to the claim in her new autobiography "Inside Out."
The way a culture responds to those with intellectual and developmental disabilities is shaped, in large part, by how disabilities
The movie "Bad Moms" just opened in US theaters, and while it's a comedy about some ridiculous standards the movie Moms are called to meet, the truth is not so far off. Mom shaming is rampant -- made worse by the constant comparisons brought to our doorsteps every moment by social media.
"I didn't get the job because I wasn't mousy enough." "This is the short version, which is long. I had an injury, so I knew
There is nothing like some home-made vegan food and a little wine to bring out the funny in comedians-actresses Lori Alan and Mary Birdsong.
A-Sides with Jon Chattman: Predicting this Year's Oscars is like Predicting Tomorrow's East Coast Weather
Best Actor BEST BET TO WIN AND SHOULD WIN: The Revenant's Leonardo DiCaprio - finally. MAJOR UPSET POTENTIAL: Bryan Cranston
Photo courtesy of Riley Jamison / 1600 VINE Susan Sprung PGA, Paul Audley FilmL.A., Ilyanne Morden Kichaven SAG-AFTRA Los
As you move about your day, remember we all have inner dialogues happening. Stop focusing on the surface of what you can see. Dig deeper and begin to understand those around you. When you begin to understand others more deeply, you can also begin to understand yourself more deeply.
"Spotlight" is still the front-runner, but it's hardly guaranteed to win.
Break out your tissues.
What a weird, often sad, poignant year 2015 has been in pop culture. It was the year of Bill Cosby's demise, Taylor Swift's continual rise, the emergence of Caitlyn Jenner, and the unstoppable power of the force.
What would Walt have thought of "Two More Eggs," Disney XD's deliberately anarchic series of animated shorts?
It's a really interesting time to be a Disney fan. But then again, given that Walt Disney was the guy who gave the world
What I love the most about them is that they teach valuable life lessons in such a simple way. Although these motion pictures seem to be only for children, I strongly believe that adults have much more to learn from these "ordinary" movies than kids.
Who would have thought that being cast as the voice of Sadness would cause Phyllis Smith such joy?