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Ross Butler and Alexandra Daddario to Serve as 2022 SAG Awards Ambassadors

As part of the gig, the pair will present on the Feb. 27 show, promote behind-the-scenes content and appear at a private dinner with Campari and SAG Awards executive chef Curtis Stone.

NYFW: Ariana DeBose on How Carolina Herrera Show Was “What Dreams Are Made Of”

Wes Gordon’s romantic, powerful Fall/Winter 2022 collection drew raves from both the Oscar nominee and 'The White Lotus' star Alexandra Daddario.

Elizabeth Olsen and Rege-Jean Page Top IMDb Annual Star Rankings

IMDb announced its top 10 lists using data from STARmeter rankings, which are based on the page views of more than 200 million monthly visitors to the website.

Giving Tuesday: Gal Gadot, Olivia Wilde, Uzo Aduba and More Stars Talk Meaningful Moments Helping Others

Liev Schrieber, Jane Fonda and Jewel also share stories of philanthropic endeavors that have moved them the most.

HBO’s ‘The White Lotus’: TV Review

'Enlightened' creator Mike White returns with a six-episode satire about the guests and staff of a Hawaiian resort, featuring Connie Britton, Steve Zahn, Jennifer Coolidge and more.

‘The Girlfriend Experience’ Season 3: TV Review

Julia Goldani Telles stars in writer-director Anja Marquadt's new take on the Starz anthology drama.

Stars Deploy Sex Appeal to Get Out the Vote

From thirst trap Instagram posts to political ads featuring nudity and innuendo, celebrities are deploying blatant sexual appeal to get out the vote this election cycle

‘Lost Girls & Love Hotels’: Film Review

Alexandra Daddario plays a struggling expat in William Olsson's Tokyo-set 'Lost Girls & Love Hotels.'

‘We Summon the Darkness’ Star Alexandra Daddario on Producing and the Fight for ‘True Detective’

'We Summon the Darkness' star Alexandra Daddario has been acting on film and TV sets since she was 16 years old, and now she’s using that experience to wear a different hat — one that says producer.

‘We Summon the Darkness’: Film Review

A wave of grisly killings spreads satanic panic through the American heartland as a televangelist played by Johnny Knoxville rails against the insidious grip of heavy metal on the country's youth in Marc Meyers' retro horror thriller, 'We Summon the Darkness.'

Alexandra Daddario on Exploring Love, Relationships in ‘Why Women Kill,’ New Film ‘Can You Keep a Secret?’

Actress Alexandra Daddario joined In Studio With The Hollywood Reporter, alongside 'Can You Keep a Secret?' director Elise Duran, to talk about the film, as well as her new CBS All Access series 'Why Women Kill.'

Cannes: Alexandra Daddario Boards ‘Celestial Blue’ (Exclusive)

Alexandra Daddario will play the lead role of a flight attendant in the horror thriller 'Celestial Blue' from Australian writer-director Zak Hilditch.