- EntertainmentYahoo Movies
Ryan Reynolds announces his best frenemy Hugh Jackman will appear with him in the Marvel Cinematic Universe entry, which is scheduled for release in September 2024.
- U.S.USA TODAY
Busch Gardens Tampa Bay has already closed. Here's what other Florida theme parks are doing ahead of Hurricane Ian and what guests should know.
- EntertainmentThe Wrap
Only "Avengers: Endgame" is longer
- EntertainmentEntertainment Weekly
Hanx. So modest.
Popular comedy group The Try Guys have cut their ties with Ned Fulmer, one of the four founding members, who admitted that he had a “consensual” workplace affair. “Ned Fulmer is no longer working with The Try Guys,” the group said in a tweet Tuesday. “As a result of a thorough internal review, we do […]
There's a new Princess Diana exhibition in Las Vegas. It has over 700 items, many of which have never been seen by the public.
The Las Vegas exhibition has some of her dresses and items, many of which have not been seen by the public before.
'Chicago Med' Star Marlyne Barrett Reveals She Has Uterine and Ovarian Cancer: 'I'm Holding Onto Faith'
Her character on Chicago Med battled cancer — now actress Marlyne Barrett faces the diagnosis herself and is taking it "one day at a time"
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Not every Barbie Girl, it turns out, lives in a Barbie World—but Aqua, the band behind the 1997 bubblegum pop anthem, is perfectly cool with that. In an interview with Variety ahead of the 25th anniversary of “Barbie Girl,” the band discussed the other very indie, very under-the-radar Barbie project in the works right now: the 2023 film from Greta Gerwig. Although many fans were crestfallen at the revelation that “Barbie Girl” wouldn’t be a part of the Barbie soundtrack, Aqua isn’t bothered in t
Oprah Winfrey and Ava DuVernay are two of the creative leaders honored for Variety’s 2022 Power of Women presented by Lifetime. For more, click here. Oprah Winfrey has spent most of her career talking, so it’s a little surprising that the only sound you hear from the porch of her second home in Maui is absolute […]
Curtis battles Michael Myers one final time in the franchise ender, out October 14 in theaters and on Peacock.
Noah Cyrus was on a trip in Nashville to visit her father, Billy Ray Cyrus, when she says he gave her inspiration for her latest single, "Noah (Stand Still)."
"Even the foolish moments [in the book] are some kind of stunt I've pulled or mistake I've survived," Tom Hanks tells PEOPLE of his novel
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When it comes to cinema royalty, the reigning king and queen are unquestionably Robert De Niro and Meryl Streep. It’s not at all a surprise that the pair—who have co-starred in The Deer Hunter, Falling in Love, and Marvin’s Room—have a healthy amount of respect for each other. But it’s always nice to hear one legend honor another, isn’t it?
The actress opens up for the first time about custody of her only child, daughter Kaya, and having Kaya live with ex Wladimir Klitschko
The Goop founder also recently reflected on turning 50 and apologized to people she's hurt in the past
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In a teaser for Call Her Daddy, Hailey Bieber acknowledged rumors of an overlap between her and Justin Bieber's relationship and his previous romance with Selena Gomez.
- WorldUSA TODAY
Shakira is facing six charges alleging she failed to pay taxes in Spain. Here's everything to know about the case, including potential prison time.
Russia Boycotts Academy Awards, Set to Forgo Oscar Submission, Several Members of Russian Committee Resign
UPDATED– Russia will not be sending an official Oscar candidate for the upcoming international feature film race, Variety has confirmed. The news, which was reported by the news outlet AFP, was announced by the Russian film academy on Monday evening (Sept. 27). Several members of Russia’s Oscar committee, including its president Pavel Tchoukhraï, have resigned […]
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Photo Illustration by Luis G. Rendon/The Daily Beast/GettyYou may think you know Melanie Chisholm, but to quote a bygone MTV series of the Spice Girls era, “you have no idea.”Enter The Sporty One, Chisholm’s revealing new memoir, which comes out Tuesday in the U.S. and serves as both a juicily detailed account of being in the world’s biggest girl group, as well as a cautionary tale of that dizzying global stardom.As Chisholm recounts, the relentless Spice Girls circus—which launched 26 years ago
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"I simply don’t have it. I can’t make it work."