Rose McGowan is being honored at British GQ's Men of the Year Awards on Wednesday — and delivered what seemed to be a preshow speech on Twitter ahead of picking up the Inspiration Award.
Alyssa Milano didn't expect the backlash to her new show "Insatiable," because it was "the most magical shooting experience that you could ever imagine.”
An online petition calling for Netflix to axe one of its forthcoming shows has reached nearly 150,000 signatures.
Netflix dropped the trailer for its dark comedy series “Insatiable” on Thursday, giving viewers a short peek at Alyssa Milano as the mom of an overweight-turned-attractive student in the process. Punches being thrown, erratic driving, make out sessions, a church baptism that resembles a wet t-shirt contest and Alyssa Milano growling that she wants “to punch her in her b—h face.” The target of Milano’s wrath is uncertain, but it will surely be revealed after the series debuts on Aug. 10 on Netflix.
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The retelling of sister witch saga "Charmed" isn’t scheduled to premiere until the fall, but show has already caused drama on social media.
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The actress revealed on "The View": "I felt like I couldn't do it on my own. I looked totally fine, and that's the thing with mental illness, is you look totally fine, and I needed help."
Alyssa Milano and her No Rifle Association (NoRA) coalition aren't backing down as they take Bank of America to task for failing to keep their promise to stop financing military-type firearms for civilian use.
NRA supporters have come for "hypocrite" Alyssa Milano, but she's standing her ground.
A limited series based on the lives of Sandra Day O’Connor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the first and second women to serve as Supreme Court justices, is in development. Variety has learned exclusively that Alyssa Milano’s Peace by Peace Productions and PatMa Productions, founded by Nina Tassler and Denise Di Novi, have partnered to develop the Linda […]
UPDATED with an interview with Alyssa Milano A new coalition of celebrities and activists, including actress Alyssa Milano and Parkland High School student advocate David Hogg, announced plans today to take on the National Rifle Association and the politicians who accept money from the powerful gun lobby. The NoRA Initiative (short for No Rifle Association) put the NRA on notice in a letter to Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre enumerating the organization’s efforts…
Alyssa Milano is calling out Wendy’s in the wake of controversy facing the fast food giant.
Ellen DeGeneres shared her support for the social media campaign to bring awareness of sexual assault and harassment.
British actress Lysette Anthony wrote an essay for the Sunday Times alleging that Weinstein not only raped her 15 years ago but terrorized her for years afterward, sexually harassing her and attempting to force her into sexual situations. Smith shared that she was so traumatized by the attack that she didn’t tell her husband about it until news of Weinstein’s misdeeds blanketed the press.
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In case it wasn’t clear, President Trump isn’t very popular among the Hollywood set — and his recent immigration ban hasn’t helped. Christy Turlington shared a vintage photo via Instagram with the story of her family’s history. “My mother, Elizabeth, and uncle, Jaime, with their dad shortly after reuniting with him in Santa Monica, California after two years living apart,” she began.
Jane Fonda burned a lot of calories in 1985. Jane Fonda kicked up more than her leg warmers when she released her first workout video in 1982. Suddenly, celebrity fitness vids were all the rage, and everyone from Alyssa Milano to Cher lined up behind her to offer their own sweat sessions.