"The Help" star Viola Davis has become a mom, making her exciting announcement during a speech at the ELLE Women in Hollywood event. The actress said she became a mom "like two days ago" and revealed her son's name is Genesis. The baby is Davis' first with husband Julian Tennon, who has two other children.
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The world now has a universal logo for human rights.
Robert De Niro, Sean Penn, Leonardo DiCaprio, Ann Curry, George Clooney, Richard Gere, Nicole Kidman, and Susan Sarandon showed support for the new logo, which was unveiled in New York at a gala event Wednesday.
The logo, called "Free as a Man," was created by a freelance graphic designer from Belgrade, Serbia and chosen in an online competition from over 15,300 submissions from over 190 countries.
Watch highlights from the event!
Immediately after Susan Sarandon and partner Tim Robbins announced their split on Wednesday, rumors surfaced that the actress is dating her 31-year-old business partner, Jonathan Bricklin.
"The rumors are absolutely untrue," Sarandon's rep Teal Cannaday told ABCNews.com.
Bricklin, an aspiring filmmaker, co-owns the hip ping pong club SPiN New York with Sarandon. This month, the two appeared in a segment about SPiN on CBS News Sunday Morning (below).
The rep adds, "Susan's relationship with Jonathan Bricklin is strictly a business one."
After more than two decades together, Oscar winners Susan Sarandon and Tim Robbins have split.
"Actress Susan Sarandon and her partner of 23 years, actor Tim Robbins have announced that they separated over the summer," Sarandon's rep Teal Cannaday tells People magazine. "No further comments will be made."
The couple filmed the baseball romantic comedy "Bull Durham" together in 1988. Sarandon, 63, and Robbins, 51, never married but have two sons together, Jack Henry born in 1989 and Miles Guthrie born 1992.
EXCLUSIVE: "Extra" has learned the details of Susan Sarandon's much anticipated guest appearance on "ER"!
Sarandon is set to play a tough-spirited grandmother forced to deal with the untimely death of her grandson. The episode will air Thursday, March 12th and also stars "ER" alum Julianna Margulies.
George Clooney confirmed Sarandon's County General Hospital visit during a recent interview on "Larry King Live."