Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels made another "Dumb & Dumber" film because fans asked for it, and the two actors said making the sequel was more fun than working on the 1994 original.
A trial over veteran television actor Stephen Collins' divorce was delayed Wednesday after his estranged wife's attorney withdrew from the case hours before testimony was supposed to begin.
"Fox's Cause for Paws: An All-Star Dog Spectacular" will air Nov. 27 and feature a slew of celebrities aiming to find thousands of needy dogs a home by Black Friday.
Carol Ann Susi's agent, Pam Ellis-Evenas, says the actress died Tuesday in Los Angeles after a brief battle with cancer. She was 62.
Robert Plant says there is no truth to reports he turned down a lucrative offer from Virgin boss Richard Branson to play Led Zeppelin reunion shows.
Nicki Minaj is apologizing for a video that some feel uses Nazi imagery.
It's no secret Joe DiMaggio loved Marilyn Monroe. The baseball great cried at her funeral and for 20 years had flowers placed at her crypt several times a week.
Spotify's Swedish CEO voiced disappointment Tuesday that Taylor Swift pulled her music off the popular music streaming service, denying claims it's making money "on the backs of artists."
Talk show host Glenn Beck says he has been suffering for the past several years from autoimmune and adrenal disorders that left him worried for his life, but he's now on the road to recovery.
The U.S. booty business is getting a big bump. Companies are cashing in on growing demand from women seeking the more curvaceous figures of their favorite stars, who flaunt their fuller rear ends.
Attorneys say Joan Rivers' daughter is "outraged" by findings that errors were made at a Manhattan clinic where the comedian suffered a fatal complication during a medical procedure.
Stephen Collins asked a judge to eliminate any future spousal support payments over leaked audio in which the former "7th Heaven" star purportedly acknowledged molesting underage girls.
Comedy great Bill Cosby is coming to Bakersfield.
Justin Bieber's attorney says the singer is on schedule to finish his sentence in a misdemeanor vandalism case by early next year.