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Hill made headlines in 1991 for accusing U.S. Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas of sexual harassment.
The "Anchorman" star turned into a baseball player for a day.
Friday the 13th is unlucky to begin with! Make sure you avoid these 13 unlucky things.
A look back on some of the memorable moments in Hollywood.
Get ready to head back to Arendelle!
The creator of the "Discworld" series, and author of more than 70 books, has died at the age of 66.
Fans are imitating a stunt from the hit AMC show, leaving a mess behind.
The star will serve as the group's celebrity guest host for a month.
He shifts from the silver screen to the baseball diamond for one of his wackiest stunts yet.
The Grammy winner takes on the part of disgruntled office worker in the hit 1999 comedy.
On this day in history a Simon and Garfunkel hit was named Song of the Year at the Grammys.
The new dad wants baby changing stations in men's restrooms, and he is offering free publicity to the first venue he finds with the rare feature.
Inspired by the iconic 1941 animated film, Burton's real-life "Dumbo" will be a mix of actors and CGI.
The star was forced to leave the set to undergo surgery in America.
The duo strutted their stuff at Paris Fashion Week.
Remember when a Beatle was knighted?
There's even a "liquid lunch" option.
Cops thwarted a plan to set off explosives at a studio where scenes for the show's upcoming fifth season were filmed.
"The Magic Mike" star is a part of the expanding "Ghostbusters" universe.
The network announced yesterday it is ordering two seasons of what it's calling a companion series to "The Walking Dead."