Jacob Nunes

    Jacob Nunes

  • ‘Beavis and Butt-Head’ are coming back and other stories from this week

    Comedy Central is reviving “Beavis and Butt-Head,” with creator Mike Judge returning to write, produce and lend his voice to the iconic duo. Singer August Alsoina claims he was involved in an affair with Jada Pinkett Smith, with Will Smith’s approval, but a representative for the Red Table Talk host denies this. After receiving backlash from fans due to spikes in COVID-19 cases, Vanilla Ice decided to cancel his Fourth of July concert appearance.  Cyborg actor, Ray Fisher accused Joss Whedon, the replacement director of “Justice League,” of “unacceptable” behavior on set. Legendary comedian, Carl Reiner died at the age of 98.

  • Take this 'Airplane!' quiz to celebrate the film's 40th anniversary: 'Good luck, we're all counting on you'

    "Airplane!" celebrates its 40th anniversary this year. Test your knowledge of one of the best parody films ever made with this quiz.

  • The Dixie Chicks change their name to The Chicks and more stories from this week

    The Dixie Chicks quietly changed their name to The Chicks due to the word dixie’s offensive connotation with the American South during the Civil War. Kristen Bell and Jenny Slate exited their roles as mixed-race characters on “Central Park” and “Big Mouth,” respectively, acknowledging their parts should be played by people of color. Disney announced that it’s going to update its Splash Mountain attraction to remove references to “Song of the South” and change the theming to reflect the 2009 film “The Princess and the Frog.” Britney Spears snapped some pictures of herself and her boyfriend, Sam Asghari, wearing masks during their trip to the beach. And Michael Keaton is reportedly in talks to reprise his role as Batman in the upcoming “Flash” film.

  • Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly are officially dating and more stories from this week

    Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly made their relationship official after photos surfaced of her soon-to-be ex-husband, Brian Austin Green, with Courtney Stodden. Courteney Cox went full “Baywatch” for her 56th birthday, with a video of herself in a bikini running and then diving into a pool in slow motion. Salma Hayek went without makeup or filters in a new selfie, which prompted praise from her followers. Kristen Stewart’s casting as Princess Diana in the upcoming film “Spencer” was met with a mixed response on Twitter, as some praised the decision while others absolutely hated it. And Zach Braff and Donald Faison appeared on “The Kelly Clarkson Show” and spoke candidly about discussions of race in the U.S.

  • 'Psycho' turns 60: Take this quiz to test your knowledge of the iconic horror film

    It's mad to think that it's been 60 years since Alfred Hitchcock shocked the world with his groundbreaking horror film. Take this quiz to test your knowledge of the iconic movie.

  • Take this 'Gremlins 2: The New Batch' quiz in honor of the film's 30th anniversary

    Released on June, 16 1990, this sequel follows Gizmo as he’s reunited with Billy and Kate and taken to the Klamp building for genetic research after his home at Mr. Wing’s magical store is destroyed.

  • Disneyland plans to reopen on July 17 and more stories from this week

    Disney announced its proposal to reopen Disneyland on July 17. The long-running reality series “Cops” as well as “Live PD” were canceled in the wake of police brutality protests following the death of George Floyd. Vanessa Bryant revealed new tattoos she got in honor of her late husband, Kobe, and daughter, Gianna. “This Is Us” writer Jas Waters died at the age of 39. And Kelly Clarkson filed for divorce from husband Brandon Blackstock.

  • Meghan Markle pays tribute to George Floyd in commencement speech and other stories from this week

     Meghan Markle paid tribute to George Floyd during her commencement speech at her former high school. "Star Wars'' actor John Boyega gave a powerful speech during a George Floyd protest in London. Lea Michele apologized for her behavior on the set of “Glee” after she was called out by co-star Samantha Ware for being "a living hell," to work with. Chris Trousdale, best known for his role in the music group Dream Street, passed away at the age of 34, reportedly from COVID-19. Hillsborough County Sheriff Chad Chronister stated that the will of "Tiger King" star Carole Baskin's husband was “100% forged.”

  • 'Back to the Future Part III' turns 30: Take this quiz to test your knowledge

    How much do you know about the iconic conclusion to the beloved film trilogy?

  • Pauly D's quarantine beard and other stories from this week

    “Jersey Shore’s” DJ Pauly D looks almost unrecognizable after growing a beard while in quarantine. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle took a quiet day off on their second wedding anniversary, according to Harper’s Bazaar. Director Zack Snyder announced during a virtual Q&A screening of “Man of Steel” that his long-fabled cut of “Justice League” will hit HBO Max in 2021. Amanda Kloots shared that husband Nick Cordero’s health is taking a “step forward,” days after his health took a “downturn” due to coronavirus complications. And Lori Loughlin and husband Mossimo Giannulli may face prison time as they changed their pleas to guilty in the college admissions scandal.

  • Mary-Kate Olsen's divorce request denied and more stories from this week

    Mary-Kate Olsen’s request for an emergency divorce from husband Olivier Sarkozy was denied by a New York judge for not being an “essential” matter. Dakota Johnson told Marie Claire that she thinks Shia LaBeouf is the “greatest actor of my generation.” After a Twitter user uploaded a video of his neighbors engaged in a fistfight, commenters noted that one of them resembled actor Jeff Goldblum. Tekashi 6ix9ine promised to donate a tenth of his earnings from his newest single to No Kid Hungry, but the nonprofit declined his offer, citing his controversial lifestyle. And “Seinfeld” and “King of Queens” actor Jerry Stiller, the father of Ben Stiller, died at the age of 92.

  • 'Friday the 13th' turns 40: Take this quiz to test your knowledge of the iconic series

    To celebrate 40th anniversary of "Friday the 13th," take this quiz to test your knowledge of the iconic horror series.

  • New details emerge about Kristin Cavallari and Jay Cutler’s divorce and other stories from this week

    Kristin Cavallari alleges that Jay Cutler is “blocking” her from buying a house as a way of "punishment" amid their divorce proceedings. Irrfan Kahn, known for his roles in "Slumdog Millionaire" and "Life of Pi," died at the age of 53. Brittney Spears revealed that her gym burned down a year and a half ago after a mishap involving candles. After recovering from COVID-19, Tom Hanks donated his blood plasma to UCLA and marked the occasion with an Instagram photo. Gigi Hadid confirmed rumors about her pregnancy with her and Zahn Malik's first child on "The Tonight Show" and revealed she wished she had announced the news on her own terms.

  • Jennifer Lopez talks about the engagement ring Ben Affleck gave her and more stories from this week

    During an appearance on Apple Music's group chat, Jennifer Lopez said that she “loved getting” the engagement ring Ben Affleck gave her, while recounting a story involving Barbra Streisand. Gisele Bündchen shared some never-before-seen pictures of husband Tom Brady and their children on her Earth Day post. Josh Brolin posted a video apology on Instagram after his followers called him out for a photo showing him breaking California’s stay-at-home policy by visiting his dad, James, and stepmom Barbra Streisand. Aaron Carter announced that he and girlfriend Melanie Martin are expecting a child. Eminem sent containers of his mom’s spaghetti to a Detroit hospital.

  • Princess Beatrice officially cancels wedding due to coronavirus pandemic and more stories from this week

    Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi have canceled their May 29 wedding due to the coronavirus pandemic. Character actor Brian Dennehy died at the age of 81. Britney Spears posted an Instagram video of herself dancing to Justin Timberlake’s “Filthy.” The first trailer for the “Saved by the Bell” reboot debuted online. And Johnny Depp officially joined Instagram and posted a video where he shared his take on the coronavirus pandemic and thanked fans for their support amid his feud with Amber Heard.

  • Tyler Perry pays for seniors’ groceries and more stories from this week

    Tyler Perry paid for the groceries of thousands of senior citizens. The  "Full House" cast recreated the show's intro, for a parody video featuring them performing household chores during quarantine. A new PSA for First Responders First showed actors who have played doctors thanking real doctors. Pink opened up about her "terrifying" experience with coronavirus. Disney Channel star Jennifer Stone is now a registered nurse.

  • Jack Black makes his triumphant debut on TikTok and other stories from this week

    Jack Black made a triumphant TikTok debut with a hilarious shirtless dance. Christopher Meloni will reprise his role from "Law and Order: SVU" in a new series from creator Dick Wolf. Songwriter Adam Schlesinger died due to complications from coronavirus. Rachel Bloom thanked medical workers and announced that she returned home with her newborn daughter. Samuel L. Jackson posted a hilarious video urging people to "Stay the F*** Home.'

  • Taylor Swift sends fan $3,000 to pay rent amid coronavirus pandemic and more stories from this week

    or Swift gave fans $3,000 to help them with financial burdens during the coronavirus pandemic. Kathy Griffin shot down President Trump’s claims of having the most coronavirus tests in the world and revealed that she went to the hospital with severe symptoms but was unable to receive a test. Kevin Hart’s wife, Eniko, announced that they’re expecting a child. Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard waived rent for the month of April for tenants living in the buildings they own. And the Kim Kardashian-Taylor Swift feud reignited after the full phone call between Swift and Kanye West over his song “Famous” leaked.

  • Patton Oswalt performs standup from his front yard amid coronavirus pandemic and more stories from this week

    While practicing social distancing at home during the coronavirus outbreak, Patton Oswalt filmed himself performing stand-up on his front lawn. Kevin Bacon launched a new campaign based on the "6 Degrees" game called #IStayatHomeFor, encouraging people to stay home to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Now that "Cats" has been released to VOD, Seth Rogen took it upon himself to get high and live-tweet while watching it. Amanda Bynes announced that she is pregnant this week, and it was learned that she is also seeking help for her mental health. Jared Leto did not find out about the coronavirus pandemic until he left a 12-day isolation retreat this week.

  • Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson test positive for coronavirus and more stories from this week

    Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson revealed that they have contracted the coronavirus. Harvey Weinstein has been sentenced to 23 years in prison, following his guilty verdict. Many events, such as Coachella and Stagecoach have been postponed or canceled due to the coronavirus epidemic. Vanessa Bryant shared a sweet photo of her daughter Natalia posing in front of a mural of late husband Kobe and daughter Gianna. Alexandra Grant, who is dating Keanu Reeves, spoke to Vogue U.K. about the aftermath of going public with their relationship.