Lori Loughlin, unlike fellow actress Felicity Huffman who pleaded guilty in the college admissions scandal, is fighting the federal charges against her.Experts weigh in on the legal landscape »
The 71st Emmy Awards kick off Saturday with night one of the two-night Creative Arts Emmy Awards ceremony at the Microsoft Theater in downtown Los Angeles. Big winners of the evening included RuPaul's Drag Race which won for Outstanding Hairstyling, Outstanding Costumes and RuPaul Charles won for Outstanding Host for the fourth time in a row tying the […]
We hope you're ready to dance, because we have some great news, One Day at a Time fans! Two months after CBS-owned cable network Pop TV picked up the series for a fourth season, showrunner Gloria Calderón Kellett revealed when all-new episodes will drop.
The singer said Americans have become "desensitized" and argued that imprisonment shouldn't be used to address "nearly every societal ill."
In support of son Zion, Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union are raising funds and donating to GLSEN.
President Donald Trump lashed out at “AM Joy” host Joy-Ann Reid Saturday morning ahead of her MSNBC show, asking, “Who the hell is Joy-Ann Reid?”An hour before her show began, the president tweeted, “Who the hell is Joy-Ann Reid? Never met her, she knows ZERO about me, has NO talent, and truly doesn’t have the ‘it’ factor needed for success in showbiz. Had a bad reputation, and now works for the Comcast/NBC losers making up phony stories about me. Low Ratings. Fake News!”Although it was unclear from the president’s tweet what about Reid set him off, she did guest-host Chris Hayes’ MSNBC show “All In” on Friday night, where she covered Trump’s recent reference to Vice President Mike Pence as “Mike Pounce.” And two segments from the show posted to MSNBC’s site have the titles, “Air Force: Trump’s money grab is a risk to national security” and “Mike Pence cleans up after Donald Trump in Baltimore,” so the coverage angle was probably not to his liking.Also Read: Joe Scarborough: 'There Are Consequences' to 'SharpieGate' and Foreign Leaders Seeing Trump 'This Unstable'Both Reid and her regular show “AM Joy” trended on Twitter Saturday, which is not unusual. During the Saturday’s show, she once again covered Trump, highlighting a Monmouth University poll that showed 59% of respondents do not think he should be impeached alongside an outline of the allegations surrounding potential grounds for impeachment.A representative for NBCUniversal did not immediately respond to request for comment.Reid, a long-standing critic of President Trump, is author of the New York Times best seller “The Man Who Sold America: Trump and the Unraveling of the American Story,” which was released in June. On its back cover, it asks, Is Donald Trump running the “longest con” in U.S. history? What will be left of America when he leaves office?”Also Read: Trump Says Lawrence O'Donnell 'Should Sue the Source' on Loan StoryThis is also not the first time Trump has gone after MSNBC.In a radio interview with Fox News’ Brian Kilmeade in August, Trump referenced MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell and the story about the president’s loans he was forced to retract that week, suggesting the MSNBC host “sue” his source.Read original story Trump Sneers About MSNBC Host and His Harsh Critic: ‘Who the Hell Is Joy-Ann Reid?’ At TheWrap
As Jamie Lee Curtis picked up her first trophy ever at the 45th Annual Saturn Awards Friday night, she had a good luck charm on her arm: former manager Chuck Binder, whom she said was the reason she became an actor. “I was in college and had no thought of being an actor,” Curtis told […]
DiCaprio hasn't appeared at the festival to promote a film he's acted in since 1995, when he debuted "Total Eclipse" at TIFF.
STX is making it rain at the box office with “Hustlers,” the Lorene Scafaria crime film that will set a new opening weekend record for the studio. After making $13.1 million from 3,250 screens on Friday, the movie is now estimated to earn an opening weekend of $32 million.That beats the expectations set for “Hustlers” prior to the weekend, as trackers had it earning a $25-28 million opening. Even if current estimates had fallen in that range, it still would have topped the STX opening record set by 2016’s “Bad Moms” with $23.8 million.Also Read: Why STX Entertainment Needs a Score With 'Hustlers'It’s also the best live-action box office opening ever for its star, Jennifer Lopez, topping the $23 million opening earned by the 2005 comedy “Monster-in-Law.” J-Lo had a big hand in building the word of mouth that brought “Hustlers” this financial success. Critics who saw the film at its Toronto premiere singled her out for praise, calling her performance as a mother figure and scam artist the best of her career. Reviews have been strong with an 88% score on Rotten Tomatoes, while audience scores are solid with 3.5/5 on Postrak.“Hustlers” is No. 2 on the charts this weekend, as “It: Chapter Two” takes No. 1 again with an estimated $40.4 million second weekend. That’s a 56% drop from the film’s $91 million opening and would give the horror sequel a 10-day total of $153.5 million. While that’s 30% behind the $213 million 1o-day total of the first “It,” it’s still a big success for Warner Bros. and New Line given the film’s $70 million budget.Not so great for Warner Bros. is “The Goldfinch,” the adaptation of Donna Tartt’s acclaimed novel. Like “Hustlers,” the film premiered at Toronto hoping to gain some awards buzz, but critics have panned the film with a 24% Rotten Tomatoes score. Now, after making just $870,000 on Friday, “The Goldfinch” is on track to becoming one of the biggest bombs of 2019 with an opening weekend of just $2.5 million against a reported $45 million budget.Read original story ‘Hustlers’ to Set New STX Box Office Record While ‘The Goldfinch’ Crashes At TheWrap
"Friends" creators Marta Kauffman and David Crane say an NBC exec called Monica (Courteney Cox) a "slut" for sleeping with a man on the first date.
Don't be alarmed if you see Pennywise the clown on the highway – it's just Andrew Johnson's jeep inspired by the movie "It."
The trifecta of high-profile film festivals in Venice, Telluride and Toronto have kicked the 2020 Oscar race into full gear. Here are the movies and performances that could be on the fast track to the Academy Awards.
Demi Moore tells her life story and reveals some tragic experiences in her upcoming memoir "Inside Out."
Kim Kardashian West addressed the controversy surrounding her work with President Trump, telling the panelists of "The View" that she wasn't concerned it would harm her reputation.