A “Harry Potter” series is in very early development at HBO Max, Variety has learned from sources. Rumors that a show set within the wizarding world have persisted for some time. Now it seems those plans are moving ahead, though no writers or talent are currently attached to the project. There is no word yet […]
This ‘Amazon’s Choice’ soundbar is so popular, it’s earned a flawless five-star rating from over 6,300 reviewers.
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"The song really hit me in the gut," Olivia Newton-John said of her new duet, "Window in the Wall," with daughter Chloe Rose Lattanzi.
Leading executives and personalities from the NFL, EA, ESPN, and Verizon gather on January 21, 2021, for PaleyIMPACT: Changing the Game: The NFL Pro Bowl Goes Virtual, moderated by MJ Acosta-Ruiz, to discuss the historical and groundbreaking intersection of pro football, TV, gaming/interactive entertainment, technology, and popular culture involved in the 2021 NFL Pro Bowl. Maureen Reidy, Paley Center President and CEO, offers opening comments. Panel topics include: ways in which the NFL responded to the COVID-19 pandemic; the significance of the Pro Bowl to the NFL community; Steve Young's feelings on how participating in the Pro Bowl is a career-defining moment; what will be unique about Pro Bowl 2021; how Madden NFL 21 is being utilized in the Pro Bowl; Stephanie Druley's enthusiasm for how the Pro Bowl personalizes its players; what the past season has been like from the players' and coaches' perspectives; reaction to players having used their platform in the last year to talk about social injustice and amplify marginalized voices; and the panelists' favorite moments from the past season's games. Participants: Stephanie Druley, EVP, Studio and Event Production, ESPN; John Nitti, Senior Vice President and Chief Media Officer, Verizon; Peter O'Reilly, EVP, Club Business and League Events, NFL; David Tinson, CMO, EA; Steve Young, Pro Football Hall of Famer and NFL Analyst, ESPN. Moderator: MJ Acosta-Ruiz, Host, NFL Total Access. Host: Maureen Reidy, President and CEO, The Paley Center for Media.
Kingsman franchise movie The King's Man and Netflix sci-fi thriller sequel A Quiet Place Part II are the latest movies to be shoved back in the schedules.
Oscar-nominated actor Keira Knightley (“The Imitation Game”) has revealed her discomfort in falling under the “male gaze” while filming intimate scenes. In conversation with “The Farewell” filmmaker Lulu Wang and writer-producer Diane Solway on the Chanel Connects podcast, Knightley said her decision to add a no nudity clause to her contract since becoming a mother […]
Gronkowski admitted that he celebrated much harder the first time he made it to the Super Bowl than he did this time.
On Sunday’s "The Circus: Inside the Greatest Political Show on Earth," former White House deputy press secretary Hogan Gidley recalled the emotional departure ceremony for former president Donald Trump.
After being spotted in Palm Springs, Calif. together, a source confirms to E! News that Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker are officially an item.
On Sunday, iconic filmmaker Spike Lee was honored by the New York Film Critics Circle with a special award for his short New York New York, which was filmed during the pandemic. After fellow filmmaker Martin Scorsese presented him with the award, Lee did not mince words during his acceptance speech which was pre-recorded on January […]
Jennifer Lopez celebrated the 20th anniversary of her sophomore album, 'J.Lo,' with a new video.
Adele earned six Grammy awards, including album of the year, record of the year, and song of the year, for 21
Actor Seth Rogen did not mince words in a heated Twitter exchange with Sen. Ted Cruz, in which he profanely dubbed the politician "fascist."
Even if you were broke, her love STILL doesn't cost a thing.
"They've been friends for a long time but it's turned romantic," a source tells PEOPLE
Lori Harvey and Michael B. Jordan recently vacationed in St. Barts
“I had a choice of... doing the ethical thing, which is: ‘Guys, you don't owe me anything. I'm tearing up your contract. You're free to go.’”
The actress and mom of two also opened up about dealing with the pandemic: "I screamed into a pillow a lot."
A 2007 clip of Seinfeld taking umbrage to King's question about being canceled has gone viral.