Tiger Woods: On November 27, 2009, after The National Enquirer had reported that the golfer had cheated on his wife, Elin Nordegren, with nightclub manager Rachel Uchitel, Woods hit a tree with his SUV outside his Florida home. With rumors flying that Nordegren had attacked him with a golf club, Woods called it a “private matter.” But more than a dozen women came forward claiming to have had flings with Woods and some of the gals shared texts and voice mails that proved he was one of the worst celebrity … read more

Did Debbie Reynolds’ derriére receive the royal seal of approval? In her upcoming memoir, Make ‘Em Laugh (out Nov. 10), Reynolds, now 83, recounts the time Prince Philip might have slyly deviated from royal protocol during a rather chummy encounter when the pair attended Bob Hope’s 82nd birthday party in London in 1985. “He was very charming. He put one arm around my waist, then held my hand,” she writes. “Almost immediately, he was holding more than my hand.” “He caressed my backside,” she continues. … read more

Every October, we long for three things: cozy sweaters, our seasonal Pumpkin Spice Latte and “Halloweentown,” the magical 1998 Disney Channel Original Movie where anything was possible. The premise was simple: what if there was a town solely inhabited by skeletons, vampires, werewolves, trolls and ghouls? For most kids, that sounded like the most awesome thing ever. For teen witch Marnie (Kimberly J. Brown), that was her reality when, at the age of 13, she learned that she came from a long line … read more

Not every grandmotherly type bakes cookies. Scary movies often twist the familiar and benign into the weird and menacing, and what’s more frightening than finding out that the kindly old lady is anything but? The most recent movie to play into the “grannies gone bad” trope is The Visit, a surprise hit that’s spent the past month in the box office Top 10 and which features stage actress Deanna Dunagan as a grandmother who is just not quite right. (Thanks to her performance, Yahtzee will never be … read more

Disney Channel dropped the Halloween movie to end all Halloween movies in 1998 with the release of “Halloweentown.” The movie was such a hit that the channel followed up with three sequels: “Halloweentown II: Kalabar’s Revenge” in 2001, “Halloweentown High” in 2004 and “Return to Halloweentown” in 2006. All treats, no tricks — check out MTV’s Halloween coverage now. Kimberly J. Brown — you know you still read that name in the Disney Channel commercial narrator’s voice — … read more

Awards season is just around the corner, and now the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has fired the first salvo in a long list of kudos by revealing the recipients of this year’s honorary Oscars. Spike Lee and Gena Rowlands are set to receive lifetime achievement awards, while Debbie Reynolds will be honored with the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award for her advocacy work, the Academy announced Wednesday. The awards will be handed out on Nov. 14 at the annual Governors Awards, which will … read more

Julianne Moore and Eddie Redmayne win in Lead Actor categories  Patricia Arquette and J.K. Simmons scoop Supporting Actor gongs  Uzo Aduba breaks down in tears after win for Female Actor in a Comedy Series Viola Davis and Kevin Spacey win Lead Actor categories for Drama Series Frances McDormand wins for Female Actor in a TV Movie or Miniseries Debbie Reynolds honoured with SAG Life Achievement Award  Birdman took home the most prestigious prize of the night at Sunday’s Screen Actors Guild Awards, … read more

While this year’s SAG Awards weren’t quite as punchy as years before, they were full of heart. So much heart! There were high moments, like Uzo Aduba starting the night off with her win for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series, and really, there were no low moments… because it’s an awards show, of course! LOLz! In case you missed it, we have an entire list of the winners right here for you. You’re welcome! Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Birdman Outstanding … read more

The SAG Awards were filled with some pretty memorable moments, but why take several minutes to watch the video of these events, when you can watch an animated loop of them! That’s right, we’ve compiled the GIFs of the best moments, so… yes, you ARE welcome! Without further ado, here’s our GIF recap! Jennifer Aniston admitted that trying to be Scarlett O’Hara was her impetus to trying to become an actor! While she feels like she fell short of her mark, reacting to her dream with an “Oh well,” we … read more

No one was more enthralled by Elizabeth Taylor than Debbie Reynolds. Some six decades after the fact, Reynolds still has fond memories of the time she attended high school on the MGM lot with the violet-eyed beauty. “I went to MGM when I was around 17, and Liz was there too, but she was already a star,” Reynolds, who will be honored Sunday with a life achievement award by the Screen Actors Guild, tells PEOPLE. “We went to school together on the lot, when she was in between films. I was just a beginner, … read more

It’s not every actor who has the longevity to work with the likes of both Alfred Hitchcock and Quentin Tarantino   But Rod Taylor had it. The Australian actor, whose leading-man looks and solid presence kept him working in Hollywood for six decades, died Wednesday at the age of 84. The news was announced by his daughter Felicia Taylor, a former CNN correspondent.  Though he racked up dozens of film and TV credits over the years, Taylor was perhaps best known for starring opposite Tippi Hedren in … read more