Nobody expects celebrities to be exactly the way they portray themselves onscreen. Still, it's always shocking when famous people turn out to be the complete opposite of what they're famous for.
Hollywood hates casting teenagers to play teenagers.
Some celebrities see fame as tremendous burden and distraction from their craft, whereas others treat it as a golden opportunity to screw with thousands of strangers for no logical reason.
Turns out Mark Hamill isn't the only one who can take his voice to the bank.
We all know someone who has an awkward story about meeting a famous person.
Every writer has one or two dark secrets lurking in a bottom desk drawer somewhere.
You can tell a lot about a celebrity by the products they shill.
Breaking into Hollywood is really hard. Especially when the very industry you're trying to break into is aching to screw you over.
Some celebrities take secrets to their graves. But not a step farther.
We should be thankful that Steven Seagal dragged his legendary reputation of being an arrogant jerk out of America.
Roger Ebert, may his soul rest in cinematic bliss, could be an absolute savage when it came to roasting people.
Calling celebrities and athletes out as spoiled and elite because they have an opinion is so thunderously, nakedly stupid.
You don't have to be talented, you just need to fool people into believing you're talented.
When celebrities decide to capitalize on their fame, things can get sort of bad.
Quentin Tarantino has some very ... unfortunate views on racial slurs.