Rita Moreno is defending Lin-Manuel Miranda and “In the Heights” following criticism over the film’s lack of Afro-Latino representation.
Yahoo Finance's Myles Udland breaks down how Lumber's slowdown could signal what's to come across the U.S. economy.
Legendary actress Rita Moreno could barely contain her excitement on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert Tuesday, when speaking about Steven Spielberg’s upcoming remake of West Side Story. Moreno appeared in the 1961 original film, for which she won an Academy Award for her portrayal of Anita. Moreno will appear in the new version in a role created specially for her, but it’s her role as executive producer on the film that really got her excited. “What does this full-circle mean to you?” Colbert asked. “Seriously, to be an Oscar-winning performer in the original, but now to executive produce. What does it mean to you to now be in one of the driver's seats for this cultural event?” Moreno thought for a moment, then replied with attitude, “At f***ing last.” It was clear Moreno wasn’t too concerned with the CBS censors. After getting up and dancing while the audience applauded her, Moreno sat back down and said, “I know I will get beeped, but, you know, I don’t give a s**t.”
It was like a horror movie on America's Got Talent Tuesday, when axe-wielding, masked mentalist Klek Entòs had viewers and all four judges totally creeped out as he proclaimed, "I am the sum of all your fears." After asking Heidi Klum to pull a piece of paper out of a mysterious cardboard box, Klek asked Sofia Vergara to put five drops of ink on it. Klek then asked host Terry Crews what image he saw first from the fresh ink-blot pattern. "A spider," Terry answered. Klek then cracked open the box with “the power to make your imagination come to life and revealed -- you guessed it -- a live, wriggling tarantula. However, the act wasn't quite over. After making the spider magically disappear, AGT viewers only had one concern: Where the heck did the dang spider go? "You are insane, and this whole thing was eerie and scary, but I love you," said Heidi. In the end, the menacing magician had the judges so freaked out, that they were scared to not let Klek advance. Howie told Klek, "Wow. This is like a horror film. You're freaking me out. I'm saying yes because I will not say no to you ever. I will not ever." Sofia shared, "It was super scary and super fantastic. And I will give you a yes if you tell me that it's not around here still, right? The spider?" Finally, Simon Cowell jokingly stated, "I never knew Howie had a twin, so I'm gonna say yes. Well done."
Lisa Banes, best known for her roles in “Cocktail” and “Gone Girl,” is the victim of a hit-and-run by someone on a scooter. She suffered a traumatic brain injury and no arrests have been made.
Yahoo Finance’s Myles Udland, Julie Hyman, and Brian Sozzi discuss the standout category from May’s retail sales.
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The DA's office "may be insisting that Weisselberg agree to serve time," and he might not be willing to do that, a former federal prosecutor said.
Royals and revelers dress in festive attire for the UK's most prestigious five-day horse racing event, which was founded by Queen Anne in 1711.
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The walls are starting to close in on Donald Trump as he navigates through the sticky New York State and Manhattan legal cases and the news that an indictment of Trump Organization CFO Allen Weisselberg could be coming soon. Even though he’s enjoying almost daily rounds of golf, his post-White House life does have a […]
via Facebook A knock-down, drag-out battle royale between more than a dozen parents and coaches at a kids’ Little League game could result in criminal charges against some of those involved, the Lexington Herald-Leader reported. Video of the brawl in Stanton, Kentucky posted to Facebook showed at least 12 adults involved, many of them shouting obscenities.Children on the teams, ranging from 5 to 7 years old, were said to be left in tears after the violent melee derailed a planned trophy and meda
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The PGA Tour is likely to ban the controversial green-reading books before the start of next season, Golfweek has learned.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by JIM LO SCALZO/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock (12076328i) Republican Representative from Georgia Marjorie Taylor Greene holds a press conference to say she visited the Holocaust Museum and wanted to express remorse for comparing mask-wearing to the Holocaust outside the US Capitol in Washington, DC, USA, 14 June 2021. Marjorie Taylor Greene expreses contrition for comparing mask-wearing to Holocaust, Washington, USA – 14 Jun 2021 Ideally, our elected representatives would learn a