From his earliest days on "Welcome Back, Kotter" to his killer Nic Cage impression in "Face/Off," Travolta offers an intimate inside look at his greatest hits.Watch his Role Recall »
Openly gay country singer Chely Wright, whose song appears on the network, criticized Hallmark over its rejection of an ad featuring a lesbian kiss.
"I'm sad for you," Cupp fired back at a commenter who asked if she weighed more than McCain.
It's shaping up to be a merry holiday season for "Jumanji: The Next Level." Sony's adventure sequel debuted in first place to $60.1 million, dethroning "Frozen" after three consecutive weeks as box office champ. Those ticket sales, arriving at the higher end of industry projections, represent a healthy jump on the $36 million start of […]
James “Radio” Kennedy, the inspiration for the 2003 Cuba Gooding Jr. film “Radio,” died early Sunday at age 73.Harold Jones, the former football coach at T.L. Hanna High School in Anderson County, South Carolina, played by Ed Harris in the film, confirmed Kennedy’s death to the Anderson Independent Mail.The 2003 film centered on the relationship between Jones and Kennedy, a young man with intellectual disabilities and an infectious smile who had long been drawn to Hanna’s football program since showing up on the field as a teenager in the mid-1960s.Also Read: Hollywood's Notable Deaths of 2019 (Photos)He gained the nickname “Radio” for the transistor radio he kept with him at all times — and soon won acceptance from both the team as well as the surrounding community — where he became what the Independent Mail called an “unofficial 11th-grader” at T.L. Hanna High School for decades.“He became a fixture at football practices, standing passively and watching, until one day when he began to mimic the coaches’ signals and tried his hand at yelling out commands,” former T.L. Hanna High Principal Sheila Hilton told local TV station WYFF. “At that point, he could have been labeled a distraction and sent away. But he was not. The coaches embraced him, and as coaches came and went, someone would always take over in caring for him.”Anderson County’s embrace of Kennedy sparked a memorable Sports Illustrated story, which led to director Michael Tollin’s 2003 film — which earned both Gooding and supporting actress Alfre Woodward NAACP Image Awards.According to the Independent Mail, Kennedy continued to volunteer regularly even as he faced health issues in recent years — and twice led the Hanna football team onto the field this season with the help of a golf cart.Read original story James ‘Radio’ Kennedy, Who Inspired 2003 Cuba Gooding Jr Film, Dies at 73 At TheWrap
Anna Karina, the Danish-born star of classic French New Wave films of the 1960s such as “A Woman Is a Woman” and “Alphaville,” died on Saturday at age 79.Her agent, Laurent Balandras, tweeted that she died of cancer.“Today, French cinema has been orphaned,” Franck Riester, France’s culture minister, wrote in his own tweet. “It has lost one of its legends.”Also Read: Hollywood's Notable Deaths of 2019 (Photos)Karina landed her first film role as a teenager in Jean-Luc Godard’s “The Little Soldier,” a drama about the French-Algerian War that was shot in 1960 but not released until three years later due to censorship issues.In 1961, she won the best actress award at the Berlin Film Festival for her work playing a French striptease artist in Godard’s 1961 film “A Woman Is a Woman.”By that time, she had also married Godard — with whom she continued to work on classic New Wave films such as “My Live to Live,” “Band of Outsiders,” “Pierrot le Fou” and “Alphaville.”After their divorce in 1967, Karina went on to act three dozen other films, and even tried her hand at directing with 1973’s “Vivre Ensemble,” about the tempestuous, abusive relationship between a young woman and a history teacher.Karina was also a singer and novelist, recording an album and writing four books during her career.Read original story Anna Karina, Star of French New Wave Cinema, Dies at 79 At TheWrap
"Donald Trump, step to me and I’ll come at you like a plastic straw comes at a turtle," says McKinnon's convincing version of the teen activist.
Scarlett Johansson may be nominated for a Golden Globe for her performance in "A Marriage Story," but when she hosted the Dec. 14 episode of "Saturday Night Live," she slid into a less flashy role for that sketch comedy's parody of the new dramatic film. Johansson took on the role of therapist to Kate McKinnon's […]
"American Gods" actor Orlando Jones, who played fan favorite Mr. Nancy on the Starz series, has revealed in a Twitter video that he was fired back in September and, without directly naming him, slammed showrunner Charles "Chic" Eglee for the move. In the fiery post, Jones says that "the new Season 3 showrunner is Connecticut-born […]
Taylor Swift turned 30 with a performance at Madison Square Garden and a huge birthday party.
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Attorneys for actress Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli say the Justice Department has refused to turn over all evidence in college admissions case.
Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta reprise their Grease characters for the first time ever