After years of on-screen success, many talented actors decide to take their chances on the other side of the camera—often to even greater acclaim. Here's our collection of performers who have made a new name for themselves as film and television directors.
Following sexual abuse allegations against actor Kevin Spacey, director Ridley Scott has cut him entirely from his new film, ‘All the Money in the World,’ just weeks before the Dec. 22 release. Spacey’s scenes will be re-filmed with actor Christopher Plummer.
Edward Norton’s production company is being sued for $7 million by residents of a building destroyed in a fire that killed a firefighter. They claim that Norton’s company, Class 5 Films, which was filming ‘Motherless Brooklyn,’ knew the fire broke out but didn’t warn residents.
Angelina Jolie could lose primary custody of her six kids if she doesn’t give Brad Pitt access. judge ruled it was harmful to the kids and outlined steps Jolie could take, like providing Pitt with the kids’ cell numbers. Jolie filed for divorce in September 2016.
Barbara Streisand has two new puppies after having her beloved deceased coton de tulear dog cloned using mouth and stomach cells. "They [the clones] have different personalities," Streisand told ‘Variety.’ PETA tweeted that she should have adopted instead.
George Clooney was thrown off his motorcycle several yards into the air after a car veered suddenly into his lane. His spokesperson said he’s fine and recovering at home. Clooney was in Sardinia, Italy, filming a TV miniseries adapted from the novel ‘Catch-22.’
The Los Angeles District Attorney's office is reviewing a sex crime case against Sylvester Stallone that allegedly took place in the 1990s. Stallone’s attorney denies the allegations and says the actor had a “consensual relationship” with the woman in the 1980s.
Dylan Farrow plans to discuss her repeated claims that adoptive father Woody Allen molested her when she was 7 on US TV -- claims the director has always denied. Meanwhile, Alec Baldwin has called the public "renunciation" of Woody Allen and his work "sad" and "unfair."
Robert De Niro apologized to Canadians for Donald Trump’s behavior at the G7 following an f-bomb filled rant at last week’s Tony Awards. Meanwhile, his Broadway show, ‘A Bronx Tale,’ was interrupted by a Trump protester, while the president criticized the film star’s IQ on Twitter.
Actor Bill Murray is a comedy icon best known for his popular 'Saturday Night Live' characters and movie classics such as 'Meatballs,' 'Caddyshack' and 'Ghostbusters.' He was nominated for an Oscar for his seriocomic role in 'Lost in Translation.'
Madonna turned 60 on August 16. The boundary-pushing Queen of Pop has spent four decades of her life in the spotlight. "I think the most controversial thing I have ever done is to stick around," she's said. "I'm one of the lucky ones and every day I count my blessings."