Some famous people have the misfortune of becoming the target of a shadowy cabal that's willing to suspend their world-dominance campaign to simply harass them.
Jason Statham nearly died while Sylvester Stallone calmly filmed it on his cellphone.
A petty political squabble with one of America's Founding Fathers turned into a centuries-long monster myth.
You might want to light some candles, because it's about to get pretty dark.
Ever wonder why Prince changed his name to a symbol?
Southland was a TNT drama about the lives of a bunch of cops in Los Angeles ... except for the brief, magical moment when it was about Shaquille O'Neal talking about boobs.
Spoiler alert: Famous people are just as catty as the rest of us.
Do you remember? Pepperidge Farms remembers. And so does MySpace.
Most celebrities exit the limelight by taking their money and having a boring retirement. Then there are these guys.
Ice Cube has enough street cred he doesn't even need to build four houses to put down a hotel.
If Michael Keaton says he's not Birdman, then he must not be Birdman. Except that he totally is.
Kanye West isn't broke, people.