Mr Affleck was accused of groping women, sending pictures of his genitals through film equipment and fostering a culture of sexist abuse
Zachary Cole Fernandez arrested on Monday, a week after prankster used white tarps to amend iconic Los Angeles landmark
Police believe the suspect came to the sign from behind and avoided sensors when changing the two O’s to E's
Perhaps most well-known for being married nine times – she made her film debut in 1956
His fame, ego and mischievous delight in defying the status quo ensured he would be judged by the lax standards of Hollywood, rather than the unforgiving rules that govern politicians
The Epsom-born actor wants £1.19 million for the two-bedroom Twenties bungalow with separate guesthouse, master suite with two-person bathtub and outdoor pool.
The presidential candidate talked about groping women and the right to do ‘whatever he wants’ as a ‘star’
BAFTA winner Amma Asante made the comments in a panel on sexism in Hollywood
The director of 'The Americanization of Emily' and 'Silver Streak' also suffered several box office flops throughout his career
Imagine if in the industry you were dying to break into, you merely had to wait a few years for your predecessor to 'expire' – would you protest?
The Hollywood A-listers are selling their two side-by-side homes in upmarket Pacific Palisades. They live in a £19.9 million home nearby and own three other LA properties as well as holiday homes in Malibu and Idaho.
'People thought I was this nice character I played in Four Weddings and a Funeral'
The wrestler-turned-actor reportedly started out with only $7 in his pocket in 1995
Legendary Hollywood actress Olivia De Havilland – who turned 100 on 1 July and whose career is celebrated this month at BFI Southbank in London – is as well known for her feud with her sister Joan Fontaine as she is for the many classic movies she made.
The swish four-bedroom flat in a glittering neighbourhood overlooks the Hudson River and the block has an on-site fitness club and private green space.
The five-time Oscar nominee took on the Hollywood contract system in the 1940s - and won