Because they're in the public eye, celebrities are subject to being the butt of many jokes, and on the Internet, it seems the best way to knock 'em dead is to ... well, claim that they're dead. Among the most famous celebrity death hoaxes, favorites include Bill Cosby, Margaret Thatcher, Barack Obama, Britney Spears, Sean Connery, Eddie Murphy and Morgan Freeman, among many others.
With Reese Witherspoon dropping out of the movie “Pale Blue Dot” to clear her schedule, Hollywood insiders say season 2 of “Big Little Lies” will start production in the spring of 2018. HBO has not officially confirmed the speculation.
In his first show back on the road since May 2015 following a sex assault scandal, Bill Cosby played with a jazz band in front of a friendly crowd in his hometown of Philly. Cosby told stories and talked about his childhood but declined to discuss his upcoming retrial.
Academy Award-winning Scottish actor Sean Connery is best known for playing 007 in the first James Bond spy movies. He has also starred in an array of other projects, including 'Robin and Marian,' 'The Name of the Rose,' 'The Untouchables,' 'The Hunt for Red October' and 'Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.'
Tina Turner and Queen are among seven artists to be awarded with a Lifetime Achievement Award at this year’s Grammys. The 60th annual show will air live from New York on January 28, with a special award ceremony and concert for the honorees to be held this summer.
James Earl Jones is the American actor who voiced Darth Vader in the 'Star Wars' franchise. He's also known for films like 'The Great White Hope,' 'The Hunt for Red October' and 'Field of Dreams' as well as an array of TV shows.
George H. W. Bush has surpassed Gerald Ford as the longest-living American president after turning 93 years and 166 days old as of Nov. 25. Ford, who died in 2006, lived to 93 years and 165 days. Jimmy Carter is currently 93 years and 55 days old.