Take a look back at the biggest entertainment stories of the year, including the drama around Olivia Wilde's "Don't Worry Darling," Ezra Miller's erratic behavior and more.
According to the nanny, who spent three years with the family, Wilde's claim that she and Sudeikis split at the start of the pandemic was untrue.
Olivia Wilde has posted a salad dressing recipe. Is it the "special dressing" behind her alleged epic fight with Jason Sudeikis over Harry Styles?
Wilde was adamant that Styles did not spit on Pine, and said that people are just seeing “what they want to see” in the video of the alleged incident.
The "Don't Worry Darling" director raved about stars Florence Pugh and Harry Styles, despite reports of trouble on the set.
"For a long time, it felt like the only thing that was mine was my sex life," Harry Styles says.
The actress and director tells Vogue she's "happier than I've ever been."
Jason Sudeikis accepted the Critic’s Choice Award for "Ted Lasso" after the series won best comedy series during the ceremony on Sunday night.
Qualley and LaBeouf were dating when ex-girlfriend FKA twigs filed a lawsuit accusing the actor of sexual battery, sexual assault and inflicting emotional distress.
Olivia Wilde praised boyfriend, Harry Styles, for how he handled his role in new film "Don't Worry Darling."
The stars, who've been working on the film "Don't Worry Darling" (she is the director), were photographed holding hands at a weekend wedding.
The last time Drake dropped a new music video, we cried. (He bought strangers groceries! So nice!) Now, thanks to his new celebrity-packed video for "Nice For What," we're screaming. The 4-and-a-half minute video from 22-year-old director Karena Evans features cameos from 16 super famous women, including Tracee Ellis Ross, Issa Rae, and Misty Copeland. SEE ALSO: Drake gives away almost a million dollars in the new 'God's Plan' music video Drake's there too, serving as filler between shots of Olivia Wilde writhing on a table and Tiffany Haddish smoking cigarettes. But forget Drake for a second: This video's all about the women. Below, 15 moments we shrieked to high heaven while watching this music video for the first time. 1. Actress Olivia Wilde smashing dishes. 2. Ballerina Misty Copeland dancing to Drake in pointe shoes. 3. Star of HBO's <em>Insecure</em> Issa Rae leading the board meeting. 4. Actress Rashida Jones applying her lipstick in the backseat of a very fancy car. 5. Model Jourdan Dunn living that wealthy horse girl lifestyle. 6. Actress and <em>Blackish</em> star Tracee Ellis Ross at the sculpture garden, shimmering in a sequin jumpsuit. 7. Actress and comedian Tiffany Haddish unwinding with a cigarette after all that who-bit-Beyoncé drama. 8. Actress, <em>Grown-ish</em> star, and future Harvard University undergrad Yara Shahidi studying hard. (Crucial note: Michelle Obama wrote her recommendation letter!) 9. Actress Zoe Saldana hanging with her babies. 10. Model sisters Elizabeth and Victoria Lejonhjärta (and friends of Drake) sitting on their thrones. 11. Actress and <em>Black Panther</em> star Letita Wright dancing on a rooftop. 12. Actress and star of <em>The Florida Project</em> Bria Vinaite driving a go-cart. 13. Actress Emma Roberts at the pool. 14. Singer Syd having a leisurely takeout dinner. 15. Actress Michelle Rodriguez levitating. WATCH: This dancing robot really appreciates a good U2 cover
Zoolander director Justin Theroux has supported his wife Jennifer Aniston’s campaign against body-shaming by posting a picture of the Friends star and saying she is his “woman crush Wednesday”.
Olivia Wilde has announced the exciting news that she’s expecting her second child with fiancé Jason Sudeikis in a super cute Instagram post. Olivia shared this adorable photo showing her cradling her baby bump while son Otis Alexander, who turns two this week, copies her. Jason, who popped the question to Olivia in January 2013, also revealed that he was ‘all for’ having another child with the actress as he responded to his fiancée’s comments that ‘everything’ makes her want to have another baby.
Olivia Wilde revealed on Howard Stern’s SiriusXM radio show on Tuesday that she auditioned for the role of Leonardo DiCaprio’s wife in Martin Scorsese’s 2013 film, but was ultimately deemed “too old” for the part. The actress was 29 at the time of the film’s release, while DiCaprio is nearly ten years her senior. The role eventually went to Margot Robbie, who was 23 when the film hit theaters.
It might have been Olivia Wilde’s birthday this week but she appears to be much more excited about her son Otis’ upcoming birthday in April. During an episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show, the 32-year-old actress revealed that her son’s upcoming party will be Beyoncé themed (video above). The Vinyl star shared the details of the birthday party that she and fiancé Jason Sudeikis are planning to throw for Otis next month.