Fauci knew Trump was in a precarious situation at the Rose Garden event for Amy Coney Barrett’s SCOTUS nomination.
The Grammy and Oscar winner opened up to "CBS Sunday Morning" about his near-fatal battle with COVID-19, which left him paralyzed and suffering from memory loss.
The Flaming Lips rocked out safely amid the COVID-19 pandemic in space bubbles during a hometown performance.
“Treehouse of Horror XXXI,” which airs on Oct. 18 at 8 p.m. on Fox, opens with an election parody that’s not for the faint of heart.
When the pandemic began, the Struts did what any self-respecting rock band would do: They moved into a house and wrote and recorded an entire album in a week.
Trump told Guthrie he wasn't sure he was tested at all before the first presidential debate, despite organizers saying that all attendees would have to test negative
Chris Cuomo's wife scoffed at the click bait articles mocking her bleach bath after President Trump's comment.
Singer-songwriter Christopher Cross, best know for his late–‘70s hits “Ride Like the Wind” and “Sailing,” opened up about his recent battle with COVID-19, calling the experience “the darkest days of my life.” He was paralyzed and in intensive care for 10 days, he tells Serena Altschul for this weekend’s installment of “CBS Sunday Morning.” “There […]
Oscar winner Alex Gibney and co-directors Ophelia Harutyunyan and Suzanne Hillinger detail how an ineffectual response led to needless deaths "all due to intentional inaction for political goals.”
George Takei tries to tune his "Star Trek" co-star out, yet can't help but laugh when he hears William Shatner's disparaging comments.
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Keira Knightley has pulled out of Apple TV+ series “The Essex Serpent” ahead of its production start in the U.K. due to coronavirus-related child-care concerns.A representative for Knightley, who was going to both star on and executive produce the adaptation of Sarah Perry’s novel, said in a statement to TheWrap on Monday, “Keira had to unfortunately pull out of the Essex Serpent due to family reasons. As the Covid cases increase in the UK and additional lockdown and restriction rules are potentially being imposed, with so many unknowns, there wasn’t a comfortable scenario for Keira that could be put in place for an extended period of child care required for the 4.5 month production.”The 35-year-old actress has two daughters with her husband, James Righton: 5-year-old Edie and 13-month-old Delilah.Apple TV+ ordered “The Essex Serpent” to series at the end of August with Knightley attached as star and EP. The streaming service has now delayed the start of production on the project in order to find a new leading lady, an individual with knowledge tells TheWrap.Also Read: 'Dickinson' Gets Season 2 Premiere Date, Season 3 Renewal at Apple TV+ (Video)Representatives for Apple TV+ and Knightley did not immediately respond to TheWrap’s request for comment.“The Essex Serpent” follows newly widowed Cora (meant to be played by Knightley) who, having being released from an abusive marriage, relocates from Victorian London to the small village of Aldwinter in Essex, intrigued by a local superstition that a mythical creature known as the Essex Serpent has returned to the area.The series is set to be directed by Clio Barnard (“The Selfish Giant,” “The Arbor”). Anna Symon (“Deep Water,” “Mrs Wilson”) will serve as lead writer. Excluding Knightley, executive producers include Jamie Laurenson, Hakan Kousetta, Patrick Walters, Iain Canning, Emile Sherman, Barnard and Symon. Andrea Cornwell is a producer.“The Essex Serpent” will be produced for Apple TV+ by See-Saw Films, and is commissioned for Apple out of the U.K. by Apple’s heads of worldwide video, Zack Van Amburg and Jamie Erlicht, and creative director for Europe Worldwide Video, Jay Hunt. See-Saw Films is the company behind “The King’s Speech” and “Top of the Lake.” The series joins fellow Apple TV+ international series like “Suspicion,” “Slow Horses,” “Echo 3,” “Shantaram,” “Pachinko” and “Masters of the Air.”Read original story Keira Knightley Drops Out of Apple Series ‘Essex Serpent’ Over COVID-Related Child-Care Concerns At TheWrap
The shutdown of Broadway theaters in New York City will now be in place for more than a full year.
President Trump called into "Hannity," Thursday night, where he boasted about his health and recovery from COVID-19 while also struggling to clear his throat at times.
"Max is napping and we're going to finish up our quarantine at home," the American Idol alum said on her Instagram Stories
Following Trump’s decision to halt a COVID-19 relief package until after the election, AOC expressed doubts about his condition.
Dinosaurs won't rule the big screen again until 2022. "Jurassic World: Dominion" will now debut on June 10, 2022 -- a year later than originally planned. Universal Pictures, the studio behind the sci-fi adventure franchise, initially slated the movie for summer 2021. While announcing the release date change on Twitter, director Colin Trevorrow also debuted […]
The daughter of former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger spoke out against Donald Trump on Monday evening.
Addressing the families of the now more than than 210,000 Americans who have died from COVID-19, Kloots wrote on Instagram, “I stand by you, with you, holding your hand.”
Cuomo said Trump’s actions over the last few days have removed any compassion he might have had for the president.
Celebs joined others in pointing out that Trump had access to world-class medical care.
"GLOW" will not proceed with Season 4 at Netflix as planned, Variety has confirmed. The Emmy-nominated Netflix comedy series about a troupe of female professional wrestlers had originally been renewed for a fourth and final season, but plans for that season have now been scrapped due to production delays caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. “We’ve […]