This is the most woman-heavy and diverse class in Rock Hall history, with fans celebrating several long-overdue accolades.Read More »
The stomach-turning performer Klum says is the craziest she’s seen as a judge on “AGT” may not come as a surprise to fans of the show.
On Tuesday, former first lady Michelle Obama visited "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert" and opened up about her battle with low-grade depression.
Colin Farrell and Kim Bordenave are requesting to be co-conservators of their 17-year-old son, James, who is nonverbal due to his Angelman Syndrome diagnosis.
The future of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association has been in question for months, ever since the Los Angeles Times exposed its loose financial practices and lack of diversity. But with NBC’s announcement on Monday that it would not broadcast the Golden Globes in 2022, it began to seem that the HFPA might not survive […]
Armie Hammer has been staying in the Cayman Islands after the Los Angeles Police Department confirmed the actor was being investigated in a sexual-assault case
"It’s a name I first gave the kids during Jersey Girl pre-production, before the world found out they were dating," Kevin Smith tweeted of Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez on Monday
Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez announced they had ended their engagement in a joint statement on April 15
The "Full House" co-stars have remained in touch since Lori Loughlin's release from prison.
MTV has announced that Scarlett Johansson will be honored with the Generation Award during the 2021 MTV Movie & TV Awards. The Generation Award celebrates “beloved actors whose diverse contributions to both film and television have turned them into household names,” according to MTV. Past recipients include Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Chris Pratt, Will Smith, […]
Alex Rodriguez is apparently as shocked as the rest of the world that Jennifer Lopez, his fiancée until last month, has apparently reignited her romance with ex Ben Affleck.
British dance pop superstar Dua Lipa reopened Britain for live music by performing a frantically choreographed hits medley in a swishy Union Jack mini skirt. After a year without concerts, the thing that struck me most was the sheer ear-shaking, bone-rattling volume pumping out of the giant PA as the 25-year-old sensation – who took hoome two awards – energetically cavorted with what host Jack Whitehall referred to as “a bubble of dancers.” I’ve never enjoyed the risk of tinnitus quite so much. Forget face coverings – it’s time to get the ear plugs out of storage. Live gigs are back. Well, almost. The Brit awards ceremony at the O2 Arena in London was the first indoor large scale music event to take place in Britain since the original lockdown in March last year. It was part of the government’s Events Research Programme, following a small outdoor festival and nightclub rave staged in Liverpool last month, meaning that the invited audience was not required to wear face coverings or to socially distance. Nevertheless, with just 4,000 people occupying the vast space built for 20,000, the O2 looked about as crowded as an agoraphobia convention in an aircraft hanger. Although the extra floor space was well used with two flashy multicoloured sets, with exuberant designs, it will be a relief when people are confident enough to get back onto the dance floor and maybe even into the mosh pit. Caution was still much in evidence. Even the celebrity nominees were seated on small tables with only one guest. The audience mainly comprised frontline workers, with music industry guests and assorted professional freeloaders (like me) comfortably sectioned off in the O2’s VIP suites. To gain entry, we had to show a negative test result from the previous 36 hours, and agree to be tested again the following day. It was also broadcast on ITV if you didn’t fancy submitting to having your tonsils and nasal cavities repeatedly prodded and probed. But everything moved efficiently, without queues or holdups. There are some advantages to small numbers. The ceremony kicked off with pop-rock superstars Coldplay broadcasting from the a barge on the Thames, which might have looked good in TV but honestly felt a bit of a cheat to everyone gathered inside the building.
Olmec is finally ready to pick on somebody his own size. The iconic Nickelodeon game show Legends of the Hidden Temple, now featuring adults as contestants, is being revived at The CW. In addition to the aforementioned giant stone head, this “reimagining” of the classic series will also bring back other fan-favorite elements, including the […]
Stacey Abrams’ latest novel, “While Justice Sleeps,” will be adapted for a series by Working Title Television, part of NBCUniversal International Studios. The announcement comes after a high-stakes bidding war for the former member of the Georgia House of Representatives and fervent voting activist’s new legal thriller. The Universal Studios Group division prevailed and won […]
If Rob Lowe and his sons can investigate the paranormal (R.I.P., The Lowe Files!), what’s stopping Demi Lovato from doing the same? Absolutely nothing, according to Peacock. The streamer has ordered Unidentified With Demi Lovato, a four-part unscripted series in which Lovato, her sister Dallas Lovato and her “skeptical” best friend Matthew Scott Montgomery will […]
Lindsay Lohan previously recalled the "maternal" Natasha Richardson as having "had such an elegance and grace"
The actor posted his musings on Twitter just days after co-star LaKeith Stanfield faced backlash for a Clubhouse chat Donald Glover has returned to Twitter, and he has some thoughts to get out. Early Tuesday morning, the actor posted a set of tweets addressing why he thinks TV show and movies have been boring lately: cancellation. In his first tweet since November of last year, Glover noted that he’d been seeing people on Twitter “havin a discussion about how tired they were of reviewing boring stuff” when it comes to new series and movies. For him, the boredom stems from a lack of risk-taking, due to a fear of being cancelled. “We’re getting boring stuff and not even experimental mistakes(?) because people are afraid of getting cancelled,” the actor tweeted. “So they feel like they can only experiment w/ aesthetic. (also because some of em know theyre not that good).” saw people on here havin a discussion about how tired they were of reviewing boring stuff (tv & film).— donald (@donaldglover) May 11, 2021 we're getting boring stuff and not even experimental mistakes(?) because people are afraid of getting cancelled— donald (@donaldglover) May 11, 2021 so they feel like they can only experiment w/ aesthetic. (also because some of em know theyre not that good)— donald (@donaldglover) May 11, 2021 In the hours following his tweets, a debate was sparked on whether Glover was referring to “cancel culture” or if he was simply saying creators are afraid of their shows literally getting shut down by networks, with fans rushing to defend the actor on the latter. not Donald Glover getting cancelled bc people thought he was criticising cancel culture when he was actually talking about TV shows not being renewed😭😭😭 the jokes write themselves at this point— lauren🌙 (@lanaskittens) May 11, 2021 Donald Glover is talking about shows literally getting canceled off the air and off networks. Not canceled by media and society. Please use your brains.— Donald Gambino (@BecausetheLando) May 11, 2021 That said, Glover hasn’t had many projects canceled lately, beyond a planned “Deadpool” series with FX in 2018. The actor is currently in Europe — explaining the seemingly very late hour of his tweets — filming season three of his hit series “Atlanta.” Among the cast is Lakeith Stanfield, who faced backlash this week for participating in and moderating a Clubhouse chat that devolved into anti-Semitic comments. Though the actor addressed the situation and posted a formal apology on his Instagram, people on Twitter weren’t necessarily forgiving. A Jewish woman who had been involved in the chat and asked to remain anonymous told The Daily Beast “His reputation being on that stage was on the line. Twitter was watching and he was not calling out the anti-Semitism that was happening.” Donald Glover has not clarified on his tweets, going silent on the platform once more, leaving people to interpret his words and their timing as they will. Read original story Donald Glover Says TV and Film Are Getting ‘Boring’ Because ‘People Are Afraid of Getting Cancelled’ At TheWrap
Here are the latest re-opening dates for every Broadway show that has announced its post-COVID plans.
The first two episodes of the series debut June 4 on Apple TV+, with King writing all eight episodes.