9 first-time contenders nominated for class of 2020, including Notorious B.I.G., Soundgarden, Dave Matthews Band, Doobie Brothers, Motörhead, Pat Benatar and T.Rex.Read More »
Saks Fifth Avenue has chosen a "Frozen 2" theme for its famous annual holiday window display, at its flagship store in New York City, to be unveiled Nov. 25.
EXCLUSIVE: It looks like Carnage will have company in Sony's upcoming Venom sequel. The Marvel Comics character called Shriek has been incorporated into the plot of the Venom sequel (due in theaters on Oct. 2, 2020), according to two sources close to the project. A Sony spokesman declined comment, citing the early-days status of the project, which won't […]
Looking like "a very handsome movie villain," this 21-year-old indie crooner may be the hero of Season 17.
Two of the women bringing new accusations against Gooding said he grabbed their behinds in New York City restaurants, while the third woman’s accusations are unclear, according to the New York Post’s Page Six.
'Jay and Silent Bob Reboot' Has the 90s 'Nostalgia Bomb' You're Craving, According to Kevin Smith
From "Computer Wore Tennis Shows" to "That Darn Cat" (both versions), Disney is going deep into its archives to program its new streaming service. Here are the ones you should watch... and the ones Disney is still refusing to release.
"The View" hosts were shocked and disturbed by the doctored Donald Trump massacre video that was shown at a Trump rally in Florida.
After the epic battle scene in “Avengers: Endgame” depicted the female superheroes uniting to protect Spider-Man from Thanos, Marvel fans started wondering if they’ll ever see the women unite for a standalone movie. “Captain Marvel” star Brie Larson generated even more buzz when she told Variety that she and other female co-stars have approached Marvel […]
Kevin Smith was on his deathbed when he realized he didn't want "Yoga Hosers" to be his last film.
"Big Little Lies" star Zoe Kravitz has been tapped to play Catwoman, the antiheroine and sometime love interest of the Caped Crusader, in Matt Reeves' upcoming "The Batman." Kravitz will star opposite Robert Pattinson as Batman. In recent weeks, the role came down to Kravitz, Zazie Beetz of "Atlanta," "Deadpool 2" and "Joker," "Baby Driver's" […]
Sam Bobrick, creator of NBC comedy series “Saved by the Bell” and writer for several classics TV shows of the 1960s, died Friday at the age of 87 after suffering a stroke.His daughter, Stefanie Bobrick, shared the news of his death in a Facebook post.“Our dearly beloved Sam Bobrick, extraordinary playwright, husband, father, grandfather, pug father, brother, uncle, friend, mentor, and all around outstanding person passed away peacefully today, October 11, 2019, surrounded by family and friends,” she wrote. “He was as hilarious as he was kind and will be missed by all who knew him.”Also Read: Mark-Paul Gosselaar Says He Has Not Been Approached for Peacock's 'Saved by the Bell' RebootEarlier that day, she shared another post alerting family and friends that her father “had a massive stroke from which he will not recover.”“He is not in any pain and someone is with him at all times. He is not awake but if you have a message for him or a fond memory to share I will read it to him and share it with family and friends later on,” she wrote.Bobrick is known for having written four comedies that played on Broadway: 1970’s “Norman, Is That You?,” 1973’s “No Hard Feelings,” 1979’s “Murder at the Howard Johnson’s,” 1981’s “Wally’s Cafe.”Also Read: 'Saved by the Bell' Reboot With Mario Lopez, Elizabeth Berkley to Debut on NBCU Streaming Service PeacockBut perhaps his greatest legacy is creating “Saved by the Bell,” which aired from 1989 to 1992, as well as “Saved By the Bell: The New Class,” which aired from 1993 to 2000. He also wrote two “Saved by the Bell” TV movies and “Saved by the Bell: The College Years.” Prior to that, Bobrick wrote for “The Flintstones,” “The Andy Griffith Show,” “Get Smart” and “Bewitched.” He was most recently attached to the upcoming 2020 “Saved by the Bell” reboot.Read original story Sam Bobrick, ‘Saved by the Bell’ Creator, Dies at 87 At TheWrap
'Mad Men' star reveals all in the latest installment of 'Camp Confessions.'
“Some of my old songs, I would never write or sing today,” Pharrell said in the new issue of GQ. “I get embarrassed by some of that stuff. It just took a lot of time and growth to get to that place.”
Shepard Smith has left the Fox News building, but his hour will remain staffed by employees from the network's news division. Bret Baier, Chris Wallace, Brit Hume, Shannon Bream, Martha MacCallum, Bill Hemmer and John Roberts are among the Fox News Channel news anchors who will do a stint in the 3 p.m. hour vacated […]