Hollywood is speaking out on the terrible tragedy in Newtown, and many stars are getting into the debate of violence in real life versus what is seen on television, movies and video games.
Showbiz Tonight just spoke with Jamie Foxx, who is starring in one of the violent films opening this month, “Django Unchained.” Foxx along with his director Quentin Tarantino, shared their thoughts on how they are affected by the tragedy.
In 2007, the new CW show "Gossip Girl" was branded "every parent's nightmare," as it showcased "the scandalous lives of Manhattan's elite."
Most of the actors and actresses that signed on for the series were relative unknowns, but in the past five years, the cast has been through a lot. Several co-stars dated each other, some transitioned to roles on the big-screen and others even showed us they were a double-threat with their singing chops.
The massacre that occurred in Newtown, Connecticut, on Friday struck a chord with people all over the world, including numerous celebrities. Many of them took to the Internet to express outrage and sadness over the senseless killings of 20 children and six adults at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
A statement attributed to Morgan Freeman went viral on social media blaming the media for sensationalizing the tragedy. But think twice before sharing it with your Facebook friends or Twitter followers because Freeman's rep confirms that he did not make that statement.
The crowd at New York’s Madison Square Garden could hardly contain their excitement when rocker Jon Bon Jovi took the stage at “12-12-12: The Concert for Sandy Relief” and Bon Jovi felt the same. The New Jersey native said the vibe in the famed arena was “barn raising.”
Showbiz Tonight’s A.J. Hammer caught up with Bon Jovi in New York City and asked how last night’s benefit differed from ones he had participated in the past.