Fans think the African-American princess is looking off in the trailer for the "Wreck-It Ralph" sequel.Hair and skin appear lighter »
Jennifer Lopez knows what the people want, and what the people want are romantic comedies. On Friday night's Tonight Show , Lopez talked to host Jimmy Fallon about her upcoming film Second Act , in which she stars as a woman who enters the corporate workforce in her forties, per Entertainment Weekly . She'll act opposite Milo Ventimiglia of This Is Us and Gilmore Girls fame. SEE ALSO: Here's to all the TV romances that didn't make it After gushing over "heartthrob" Ventimiglia, Lopez and Fallon moved onto the topic of romantic comedies, a genre the singer and actress feels people "need." "You need that funny, quirky look at life sometimes — that romantic look at life," she said. "I think things are, you know, tough sometimes and we need that escape. I've always loved those types of movies and our production company is really focused on doing that... me and my partner Elaine [Goldsmith-Thomas, president of Lopez's Nuyorican Productions]." We couldn't agree more... which is why we spent a full week obsessing over on-screen romances of all kinds. You should read about it! Here are a few suggestions to get you started: Why 'The Princess Diaries' should be revived for streaming 24 times 'To All the Boys I've Loved Before' was too cute to handle Here's what Bollywood movie to watch based on your favorite Hollywood romance You never forget your first…big screen crush at the movies 'Jane the Virgin' creator explains how to write the perfect rom-com moment Jennifer, text us after you've watched To All the Boys I've Loved Before . [H/T: Vulture] WATCH: 8 Hollywood couples who made movie magic together
Grande talked about "get well soon," a song she recorded to remind everyone to "be there for each other as much as we can."
For Ariana Grande, the song "get well soon" off her new album sweetener is a deeply personal one, inspired in part by the 2017 Manchester terrorist attack at one of her concerts that left 22 people dead. In a Friday interview with Ebro Darden on Apple Music's Beats 1 radio, Grande spoke through tears about the song and her experiences following the attack. But early in the interview, Grande notes that the song isn't just about Manchester. "It's also about personal demons and anxiety, and more intimate tragedies, as well," she said. "Mental health is so important. People don't pay enough mind to it... People don't pay attention to what's happening inside... That's why I felt like it was important. I just wanted to give people a hug, musically."
“Crazy Rich Asians” is heading for a glamorous first weekend with an estimated $22 million from 3,384 North American locations. The Warner Bros. film debuted August 15 and has already racked up $16 million. Constance Wu, Henry Golding, Awkwafina, and Michelle Yeoh star in the Asian-led pic, the first of its kind since 1993’s “The […]
WASHINGTON — President Trump said that social media platforms are “discriminating against” Republican and conservative voices, but “we won’t let that happen.” Companies like Twitter, Google and Facebook deny that they have targeted or singled out rightward forms of content. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) grilled Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg over the claims at a hearing […]
Aretha Franklin’s body will go on public display during a four-day celebration of her life in her hometown of Detroit. Authorities are drawing up plans for a musical tribute featuring major performers as a fitting sendoff for the legendary soul singer, who died aged 76 on Thursday after suffering from pancreatic cancer. Franklin, the preacher’s daughter who became the long-reigning Queen of Soul with such hits as “Respect” and “Chain of Fools”, was born in Memphis, Tennessee but grew up in Detroit after moving there with her family at the age of four.
It was all about family for the former couple as they celebrated Rumer's milestone together.
Marilyn Monroe's script, dress, and other pieces from "The Seven Year Itch" are part of "Essentially Marilyn: The Exhibit," on display at the Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills, Aug. 18 through Sept. 30.
Netflix is still figuring out its way in the comedy talk show arena. The Internet network has opted not to continue with its two recent entries in the genre, The Break with Michelle Wolf and The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale. Both shows were toplined by comedy personalities with successful track records, McHale as long-time host of The Soup on E! and Wolf as writer and contributor on Late Night with Seth Meyers and The Daily Show with Trevor Noah. The Joel McHale Show…
Aretha Franklin’s rep today announced memorial plans for the late singer, which will take place over three separate days and two different locations.