Colin Farrell is an actor and bad boy who melts women's thighs when he talks. We're not even sure what that means, but let's just say...
Colin Farrell and Vince Vaughn to Star in True Detective Season 2!
It's an exciting day for fans or eerie crime drama and boozy, philosophical bromances.
After months of rumors we've finally learned that the second season of HBO's acclaimed cop anthology True Detective will star Colin Farrell and Vince Vaughn in two of the lead roles.
Colin Farrell to Star in True Detective Season Two?
True Detective was a surprise runaway hit for HBO, and the 2014 Emmy nominations indicate that the show is just as popular with the Academy as it was with viewers.
Naturally, there's a lot of pressure on showrunner Nic Pizzolatto to deliver again in season 2, and the show's one-and-done anthology format means that acclaimed stars Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson won't be returning for a second go-round.
17 Celebrities Who Don't Drink: Designate Them to Drive!
When so many of Hollywood's finest fall into the downward spiral of alcoholism and drug abuse, it's sort of refreshing to find celebrities who manage to pull themselves back from the brink.
Or avoid it completely. Take Blake Lively, who prefers curling up with her hottie husband Ryan Reynolds to relax instead of unwinding with a glass of wine.
Rihanna and Colin Farrell: Not Dating or Sexting
Rihanna and Colin Farrell are not dating and/or sexting despite persistent rumors to the contrary. Here's the update on this uber-hot non-relationship.
Reports circulated that the singer and actor were dating after they were both spotted at an L.A. restaurant this week, but they weren't together.
Colin Farrell Speaks Out Against Homophobia, Bullying
While it will always be funny to think of him as a sex tape star, Colin Farrell is making it clear that he wishes to be known as more than just a Hollywood bad boy.
On the wagon and focusing on his movie career, the Golden Globe winner is also taking up a few good causes. Chief among them: homophobia and the problems his brother, Eamon, has gone through as a gay man in Ireland.