Articles By Justine Ashley Costanza
Elizabeth Olsen's name has repeatedly been tossed into the "Fifty Shades of Grey" casting rumors since the film rights to the raunchy novel were sold in March.
For Rashida Jones, "Celeste and Jesse Forever" not only marks her screenwriting debut but showcases her remarkable range.
Aaron Sorkin's dramedy "The Newsroom" has been a thorn in TV critics' side ever since its debut.
Steve Carell may be one of the most popular funnymen in Hollywood, but he still has a few gripes with the current tone of film and television comedy.
River Phoenix's death in 1993 at the age of 23 is considered one of the most shocking losses in film history.
When news of Kristen Stewart's affair with her older, married director broke on July 25, fans of the actress became divided into two camps -- those who took to social media platforms, personal blogs and YouTube to voice their support, and those who used the same platforms to vow never to forgive her.
Olivia Munn is one of many celebrities who have struggled with a form of obsessive-compulsive disorder.
British novelist, J.K Rowling turns 47 today.
Actress Rachel Weisz is pulling double duty with two vastly different films.
When "Girls" debut this year, the HBO series was called out for being a vain showcase of first world problems.