Michael Douglas

Megyn Kelly Presents react: How did Kelly hold up against Trump?

“Be so good, they can’t ignore you.” Megyn Kelly claims that’s her motto, cribbed from Steve Martin. But on Tuesday night, as the Fox News anchor and host of The Kelly File took her first shot at a prime-time special, Megyn Kelly Presents, complete with a much-talked-about sit-down with Donald Trump, among others, the rest of us learned something about Kelly: Sometimes when people can’t ignore you, it’s because you’re bad.

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Michael Douglas honored during all-star Motion Picture & Television Fund Reel Stories event

The stars came out in Hollywood Thursday night for the fifth annual “Reel Stories, Real Lives” event, of which EW was the official media sponsor, to celebrate the work of the Motion Picture & Television Fund. The MPTF’s mission is to “support the entertainment community in living and aging well, with dignity and purpose, and in helping each other in times of need.”

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Kirsten Dunst, Michael Douglas, more to speak at MPTF 'Reel Stories, Real Lives' event

The Motion Picture & Television Fund is adding major star wattage to its fifth annual “Reel Stories, Real Lives” event, as the charitable organization announced Friday Matt Bomer, Danny DeVito, Michael Douglas, Kirsten Dunst, and Bryce Dallas Howard will take the stage as storytellers at the April 7 ceremony in Los Angeles. Cuba Gooding Jr. and Dennis Haysbert will also speak, while former Parks & Recreation star Adam Scott is set to host.

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Michael Douglas wishes dad Kirk Douglas a happy 99th birthday in sweet Facebook post

We hope he sent a birthday card too, but Michael Douglas shared some sweet wishes for his dad, legendary actor Kirk Douglas, on Facebook, too.

The elder Douglas turned 99 on Wednesday, and his son marked the occasion by sharing a photo showing him kissing his father’s head.

“Happy 99th Birthday Dad!” he wrote. “I love you, Michael.”

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Michael Douglas on Ant-Man and the Wasp return: 'I welcome it'

Ant-Man costar Michael Douglas is eyeing—presumably with a magnifying glass—a return in the Marvel sequel Ant-Man and the Wasp.

The esteemed actor recently told Collider that he’s been in touch with the studio about reprising his role as Hank Pym, the original Ant-Man, mentor to Scott Lang (Paul Rudd), and father to Hope Van Dyne (Evangeline Lilly), the future Wasp.

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