Julia Roberts is making her triumphant return to the rom-com. The iconic actor stars in the first trailer for “Ticket to Paradise,” a new film that reunites her with her “Ocean’s Eleven” co-star George Clooney. Directed by Ol Parker (“Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again,” “The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel”), “Ticket to Paradise” stars Roberts […]
The Happy Mondays group weren't short on female admirers - including one Pretty Woman star...
This is the first time the friends have addressed the Julia Roberts love triangle while sitting side-by-side.
The stars will be handing over their social media accounts to experts and frontline workers to highlight why a global effort to tackle COVID-19 is crucial.
This week on "Through Her Eyes," Zainab Salbi speaks with environmental activist Erin Brockovich. Brockovich became a household name almost 20 years ago when Julia Roberts brought her legal battle with Pacific Gas and Electric to the big screen, but Brockovich hasn't slowed down since then. She's slamming the Trump administration for rolling back dozens of environment regulations, saying the administration is "playing with with everybody's lives." And she's still taking on old nemesis PG&E, calling them out for using faulty equipment that may have played a role in the recent California wildfires. But Brockovich isn't drawing lines in the sand along party lines. She wants the environment to be a central issue in the 2020 election for both Republicans AND Democrats, and says we shouldn't politicize universal needs like clean water.
Amal Clooney gave photographers at the Cannes Film Festival more than they bargained for when she flashed a Angelina Jolie amount of leg to the waiting paps.
Not only did he get Gwen Stefani to help him get to The Late Late Show, but he also casually managed to persuade two other Hollywood A-listers to hop in the backseats - George Clooney and Julia Roberts. Teaming up for the most star-studded Carpool Karaoke ever, James and Gwen initially sung through some of her best hits together, including ‘Don’t Speak’, ‘The Sweet Escape’ and recent track ‘Used To Love You’.
Britain’s biggest girlband since the Spice Girls (soz Girls Aloud) are currently in the middle of their American promotional tour ahead of the release of their much-anticipated album ‘Get Weird’, and were obviously able to find time in their busy schedule to hang out with the babe that is Taylor and perform to 60,000 adoring fans. Writing after the show, Taylor shared: “These two women are my heroes.