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Whitesnake bass player Michael Devin popped the question on stage during a concert in Atlantic City!
The band's new song is called 'Drag Me Down.' Subtle, guys. Real subtle.
Who is the young woman in the media spotlight?
The actor spoke to ET about his former co-star at Thursday’s premiere of ‘The Gift.’
The typically tight-lipped filmmaker got candid about his relationship with his wife, saying, 'I lucked out.'
The stunning portraits will be featured in the September issue of Harper's Bazaar.
You're perfect, Caitlyn!
ET sat down with Chaz to talk his acting career and his latest, creepy role.
The action star revealed that the next film in the franchise could begin shooting as early as next summer.
We can’t decide if this is more or less morbid than the original plot.

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It was at Chicago’s Whitehall Hotel, where then-Playboy Bunny manager PJ Masten was supposed to meet the superstar comedian.
Michael Moore, co-owner of Hollywood Boulevard Cinema in Woodridge, says he wants to make sure his customers feel secure.
There are 120,000 books across 70 different categories.
Jennifer Lawrence's Katniss Everdeen prepares for the final chapter of The Hunger Games series in today's trailer titled "We March Together."
Grab some popcorn, dim the lights, and check out these eleven books before their hotly anticipated adaptations arrive at a theater near you.
Spike Lee’s controversial new film “Chi-Raq” – a nickname given to Chicago neighborhoods plagued by violence – will be Amazon’s first foray into producing theatrical films, with a big screen debut reportedly set for December.
The sequel to Harper Lee's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel To Kill A Mockingbird hit store shelves on Tuesday, and while readers might already know the characters in Go Set A Watchman, they certainly aren’t the same as we remember.
Despite pleas from Brookfield Zoo and members of the Lake County Board to do away with an event featuring monkeys riding dogs, the Lake County Fair plans to keep the popular Banana Derby race.
A toy acquired by The Associated Press made a sound that could be interpreted as the phrase often abbreviated as "WTF."
Breaking news is coming out of this year's San Diego Comic-Con already, including a new clip from the last 'Hunger Games' movie.