|Steven Tyler warned Guns N' Roses about drug use in 1990s
Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler urged Axl Rose and his Guns 'N Roses bandmates to keep their drug use and wild times away from shows when the two supergroups hit the road together in the early 1990s -- or risk getting kicked off the tour.
|Will Ferrell, John C. Reilly to re-team for new comedy
Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly are teaming up on the big screen for a third time in a new comedy. The duo previously collaborated on hit films Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby and Step Brothers, and now they are working on Boarder Guards.
|Paul McCartney asks fans for help with new promo video
The Beatles legend launched an Instagram campaign in September ahead of the release of his latest album New in October, asking fans to send in pictures any time they saw the word 'new'.
|Neeson writes column for New York City carriage campaign
Irish actor Liam Neeson has stepped up his campaign to save the horse-drawn carriages in New York City's Central Park by writing a passionate newspaper column in support of the industry.
|UB40 fans complain of loud volume at concert
The Red Red Wine hitmakers played a gig at the Corn Exchange venue but as many as 30 fans reportedly walked out of the concert because the music was so loud it was "altering heart rhythms".
|Angela Lansbury honored by Queen at Windsor Castle
Beloved British actress Angela Lansbury officially became a Dame on Tuesday when she received the honor from Queen Elizabeth II. The Murder, She Wrote star was named in the British monarch's New Year Honors List.
|Dwayne Johnson wants to fight Bond like grandfather
Wrestler-turned-action star Dwayne Johnson is keen to follow in the footsteps of his grandfather by playing a villain in the next James Bond movie. The actor's grandfather played a driver in 1967's You Only Live Twice.