Three young female actors, Emma Stone, Mila Kunis and Jennifer Lawrence, have topped Forbes magazine's annual list of the best value stars in Hollywood.
Hell hath no fury like a room full of disappointed Star Wars acolytes: a Disney boss at a high profile convention in California has been booed after admitting he had nothing new to tell fans about JJ Abrams' forthcoming Episode VII.
Angelina Jolie has used her first public appearance since revealing last month that she had undergone a double mastectomy to speak about her happiness at helping to expand the global discussion about women's health.
An article written by Hollywood actor Angelina Jolie provoked headlines around the world when she chose "not to keep my story private" and revealed she had undergone a double mastectomy to lower her risk of breast cancer, which was high due to her genetic inheritance.
Almost seven out of every ten women say they would undergo a preventive double mastectomy if tests indicated they were at a high risk of breast cancer.
Angelina Jolie is everywhere right now, and with just cause. But it's unclear what we should call it.
The copyright-infringement lawsuit accusing Angelina Jolie of plagarism in her film In the Land of Blood and Honey has been tentatively dismissed.
They are Hollywood's most famous couple, but Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie can hardly be accused of cashing in on their considerable celebrity to sell the wine from their south of France estate.
The Coen brothers are to work on the screenplay for Unbroken, a historical drama about American second world war hero Lou Zamperini that will be Angelina Jolie's next film as director, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
As Ang Lee's Life of Pi opens in the UK, news emerges of another man/raft/ocean film in the works. Unbroken is based on real-life story of Olympian and air force officer Louis Zamperini, who survived on a raft for 47 days after a plane crash during the second world war and later was captured by the Japanese and spent many years in brutal POW camps.