The Taken star said jokes linking Irish people to fighting and drinking were racist.
The presenter took aim on his Uncensored show.
The Paddington 2 star was criticised for giving short answers on the red carpet
Brendan Fraser is having something of a moment.
The Indiana Jones star presented the award for Best Picture to Everything Everywhere All at Once and his former co-star was very excited to see him.
The Oscars are finally upon us, but in the most unpredictable year in memory, there's a lot of questions we're dying to answer.
Who's nominated and who will host the ceremony?
Sizemore starred in films such as Saving Private Ryan, Heat and Natural Born Killers
Spielberg released his 35th film last year
The pair shared the screen in Deep Water.
Andrea Riseborough shook up the Oscar race with a grassroots campaign to secure a Best Actress nod.
The film will be unveiled on Apple TV+.
The actor says he was 'going through something'.
The late night host has presented the Oscars twice before.
Apple TV+ released the first trailer for Antoine Fuqua's period drama, which will start streaming on Dec. 9 — almost nine months after Smith shocked the world by slapping Chris Rock onstage at the 94th Academy Awards.
The activist and actor was famously booed at the 1973 Oscars where she appeared on behalf of Marlon Brando.
The comedian told the audience at his London stand-up show that he's not interested in Smith's "hostage video"-style apology.
The comedian said he hopes Smith never puts his "perfect mask" back on.
Don't expect Chris Rock and Will Smith to hug it out anytime soon.
The actor stormed on stage and attacked Chris Rock at the awards show.
Director Sophie Hyde and stars Emma Thompson and Daryl McCormack talk new dramatic comedy, "Good Luck to You, Leo Grande."
The filmmaker was one of the ones rallying around Smith in the wake of the shocking moment. Perry also defended his own actions, saying he wasn't "comforting" Smith but "de-escalating" the situation.
The comedians are coming to London in September.
The former One Direction star has blamed his “ever-changing” twang on too many drinks and his living arrangements which saw him staying in a house with Germans and Texans.
From Will Smith slapping Chris Rock to getting death threats over the Kirsten Dunst seat-filler bit, the comedian candidly answered Howard Stern's many questions on the topic on his SiriusXM radio show Wednesday.