Michael Keaton is not lacking for fans, but following his Golden Globe win for best actor in a comedy or musical a few of his peers also stepped up to show their support.
As the "Birdman" star walked up to the stage in the press room, Eddie Redmayne, who won the best actor award in the drama category, gave Keaton a joyous hug. The two actors patted each other on the back as Redmayne exited and Keaton prepared to face a room full of reporters.Full Story
Hollywood's A-listers hit the Golden Globes red carpet Sunday in plenty of bling and sequins, but several stars took a more sober approach, showing solidarity with France after three days of terror.
George and Amal Clooney, Helen Mirren, Kathy Bates and Diane Kruger were among those who brandished signs or wore pins reading "Je Suis Charlie" -- the rallying slogan in the wake of the deadly gun attack on French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo.Full Story
Online retail giant Amazon scored its first ever Golden Globes on Sunday with two wins for dark comedy "Transparent" -- a breakthrough in its bid to catch up with streaming pioneer Netflix.
The series, starring veteran actor Jeffrey Tambor, tells the story of a man who has transitioned to become a woman and is working out the thorny details of telling his family.Full Story
China deleted more than three million pieces of pornographic content from the Internet in 2014, state media reported Saturday, as part of a campaign to cleanse the country's online sphere.
Zhou Huilin, a vice director of the National Anti-Pornography and Anti-Illegal Publications Office, told the official Xinhua news agency his office had been "remarkably effective" last year.Full Story
Fire Department of New York officials say nearly a dozen Emergency Medical Service workers looked at 911 emergency records tied to Joan Rivers' death and a few didn't have a legitimate reason to do so.
FDNY officials said Friday those workers may be disciplined. An EMS workers' union hasn't responded to an after-hours message about the findings.Full Story
The co-creator of legendary comic strip character Asterix, Albert Uderzo, has come out of retirement to pen cartoons in memory of the victims of the killings at French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo.
"Moi aussi je suis un Charlie" ("I'm Charlie too") says Asterix in one of the cartoons released Friday, in which he appears to have punched an adversary high into the air.Full Story
Jennifer Hudson will make her Broadway debut in the fall when the musical "The Color Purple" returns.
The Grammy, Oscar and Golden Globe winner will play Shug Avery, a sultry blues singer, in the production directed and designed by John Doyle, who received a director's Tony in 2006 for his own Broadway debut, "Sweeney Todd."Full Story
Nicole Kidman says she wasn't exactly trying to "seduce" Jimmy Fallon when the two went on a date years ago.
The actress reminisced with "The Tonight Show" host about their encounter at Fallon's New York apartment in an "awkward" interview this week.Full Story
An acetate recording of the ballad "My Happiness," the first song Elvis Presley ever recorded, sold at auction Thursday night for $300,000.
An undisclosed Internet buyer placed the winning bid at Graceland, the museum and tourist attraction that was Presley's former home. The auction was held on what would have been the late singer's 80th birthday.Full Story