While the "Full House" actress’s legal team tried to push back her trial date to “no sooner than February 2021,” U.S. District Judge Nathaniel Gorton said on Thursday that it will proceed this fall.
The Grammy-winning performer is unrecognizable as a manspreading, womanizing, boozing, tantrum-throwing male executive for the music video, which she directed, stars in and owns — as she proudly notes in the credits.
Steven Seagal has agreed to pay $314,000 to the Securities and Exchange Commission to settle charges related to a bitcoin offering that the actor touted on his social media channels. Seagal failed to disclose that he was promised more than $250,000 in cash and another $750,000 worth of bitcoin tokens for talking up an bitcoin […]
Filmmaker Roman Polanski is skipping the awards ceremony for France's equivalent of the Oscars — where his latest movie leads this year's nominations — because of protests prompted by a new rape accusation against him. The entire male-dominated leadership of the Cesars stepped down recently amid a spat over its byzantine decision-making structure and over how to deal with the Polanski problem. “We know ahead of time how this evening will play out,” Polanski wrote in his statement.
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George Clooney says there's "work to do" after report links six of Nespresso's coffee farms in Guatemala to child labor.
Snoop Dogg was a guest on a special "Red Table Talk," Jada Pinkett Smith's Facebook Watch show, to discuss the Gayle King controversy.
During a TV interview this week, attorney Gloria Allred said the scope of Harvey Weinstein's Los Angeles trial will widen to allow more women to take the stand than in New York. "You're going to see more women who are going to be testifying in that L.A. case," Allred said on "The View." "I think […]
Gwyneth Paltrow is taking preventative measures amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Harvey Weinstein was convicted of rape and remanded into custody on Monday, but he’s still not in jail.
Ben Cooper, a Western star of films and TV like “Johnny Guitar,” “Bonanza,” “Rawhide” and more, died in his sleep on Monday according to his nephew on the actor’s Facebook fan page. He was 86.Cooper got his start in radio serials and on stage as a child actor before finding work as a boyish looking lead and supporting player on Westerns in both film and TV. He was best known for his role in the Nicholas Ray Western “Johnny Guitar” from 1954, where he played the bandit Turkey Ralston alongside Ernest Borgnine and Scott Brady.Cooper’s first screen role came when he was 18 in the “Armstrong Circle Theatre,” and he followed that up with several TV appearances and roles in films from Republic Pictures such as “Thunderbirds,” “The Last Command” and “Duel at Apache Wells.”Also Read: David Roback, Co-Founder of Mazzy Star, Dies at 61He also appeared in episodes of “Tales of Wells Fargo,” “Wagon Train,” “Bonanza,” “Rawhide” and “Perry Mason.” Later in his career he would guest star on “Dallas” and “L.A. Law.”Originally from Hartford, Connecticut, Cooper retired from acting and moved to Los Angeles and was awarded a Golden Boot Award for his contributions to the Western genre in 2005. In 2017 he was diagnosed with dementia and was moved to Tennessee to be closer to his family, including his two daughters.Read original story Ben Cooper, Western Star of ‘Johnny Guitar’ and ‘Bonanza,’ Dies at 86 At TheWrap
Remarks about BTS made on "The Howard Stern Show” are being called "racist" by both listeners and the show's host. During the February 24 episode of the SiriusXM staple, Howard Stern -- a notorious germaphobe -- brought up growing concern over the deadly coronavirus with his cast of comedic cohorts. The topic turned to BTS […]
All anyone could talk about was Jim Gaffigan, after Hot Pockets heiress Michelle Janavs was sentenced for her role in the college admissions scandal.
Bob Chapek is the new CEO of the Walt Disney Co., effective immediately. Former CEO Bob Iger will stay on as executive chairman.
Kate Hudson posts picture of herself in a mask with the caption "Travel. 2020." Here's why experts say masks are not necessary — or effective.
Pete Davidson joked it's "fair game" to go after Ariana Grande since she got "Thank U, Next."
Although Harvey Weinstein is in custody after his rape conviction, Rose McGowan still worries he may seek retribution. While it may sound "out of a spy novel," that has been "my life" since accusing him of rape, she says.
Harvey Weinstein's conviction could impact his custody and child support arrangement with Georgina Chapman.
Chad Johnson, of "The Bachelorette" fame, has been arrested amid a dispute with his girlfriend.