So much has happened to both stars since their 1970 'Love Story' pairing that TMZ could spend a week on both of them
Set in the Hollywood glory days of the 1950s and centered on a studio backlot, the visual style and tone can best be compared to 'L.A. Confidential'
Top spots belong to outliers—confounding Canadian experimentalist Nicole Dollanganger and City and Colour’s rockier new sound
What does it say about your favorite stars when they turn up sporting some brand-new facial hair?
The rapper blames heterophobic discrimination for holding him back in the fashion world.
O'Hare turned to the 'Drag Race' star for pointers ahead of his 'American Horror Story: Hotel' role.
The eagerly awaited sequel is shaping up nicely, with the cast, crew and even the story coming together faster than some would have expected
We take a stroll down memory lane, looking at moments from the first four seasons when Ryan Murphy gifted TV greatness to the gays
'Life and Death' sees Bella become Beau. Are you Team Edythe or Team Julie?
The series' final three episodes were screened at L.A.'s Downtown Independent, and the show's stellar cast was out in full force
The 'Milk' screenwriter chats about his recent engagement to diver Tom Daley and how his Mormon upbringing affects their family plans.
The star of 'The Walk' joined Todrick Hall as they became teenage girls bent on revenge for an amazing music video.
Reviews of two new books, one of which looks at fashion around the country, the other detailing crazy stories of the emergency room
Get a look at new footage from 'Spectre' in the moody video for Smith's Bond ballad.
The return of Janet Jackson, the musings of our gay bear brother John Grant and the dance-soul collective of Rudimental top our picks this week
The pair officially announced their engagement in a British newspaper, with plans to tie the knot after the 2016 Olympics.
The open secret of Smithers' unrequited love will be tackled head on by the show this season, one of its producers reveals.
Celebrate the launch of 'Outside the Lines, Too' with a free coloring-in party and signing from over 50 artists.
Reviews of the latest productions to come out of the Actors Co-op and the Geffen Playhouse
Reviews of three new films, from Judy Greer and Natasha Lyonne as dysfunctional sisters to a story that unfolds in a 134-minute single take