Check out this exclusive trailer of “Crazy Rich Asians,” starring Constance Wu, Henry Golding, Michelle Yeoh and more. Based on the best-selling book by Kevin Kwan, the romantic comedy is about love and family, trying to fit in, and impressing your mother-in-law. “Crazy Rich Asians” hits theaters in August.
Macaulay Culkin visited Ellen for the first time and looked back at his career, including one photo that included three of the most iconic ’90s stars.
Ellen not only shocked teachers Maria and Susan while they were in her studio audience, she also surprised their students back in New Jersey with a couple of huge gifts from Ellen’s friends at Walmart!
Ellen obtained an exclusive video of the Facebook Vice President apologizing for having users’ personal data improperly shared… because at Facebook, they love privacy like Kayla loves Steve.
“Crazy Rich Asians” stars Constance Wu and Henry Golding stepped into the money machine to play “Crazy Rich Cash Grab,” and one lucky audience member received a crazy big prize!
Constance Wu and newcomer Henry Golding talked with Ellen about being part of the groundbreaking film, which features an all-Asian cast for the first time in 25 years.
Former child actor Macaulay Culkin is recognized wherever he goes, and admitted to Ellen that he constantly has to deny people when they ask him to recreate his iconic face from “Home Alone”… even his mom.
CNN anchor Jake Tapper sat down with Ellen to talk the very odd, current political climate and why he thinks that when it comes to nicknames, the President has lost his mojo.
Ellen showed Scarlett Johansson an old photo of her “SNL” star boyfriend Colin Jost, and now the “Avengers” star can’t unsee it. Plus, Scarlett talks the possibility of a Black Widow stand-alone film!
Scarlett Johansson revealed to Ellen that her 3-year-old daughter Rose believes her mom is a professional superhero.