• Pete Buttigieg responds to Mike Pence: ‘I have a problem with religion being used as a justification to harm people’

    “I’m not critical of his faith, I’m critical of bad policies,” Buttigieg said on "Ellen."

  • Olivia de Havilland’s Lawsuit Over FX’s ‘Feud’ Denied Review by Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court denied a review of a lawsuit by actress Olivia de Havilland, who sued FX Networks over its depiction of her in the Ryan Murphy series, “Feud: Bette and Joan.” The high court on Monday rejected her petition to review the dismissal of her lawsuit, which had been allowed to proceed initially by a Los Angeles judge, before a California appeals court reversed that decision. De Havilland then attempted to petition both the California Supreme Court and the U.S. Supreme Court, but neither thought any intervention was necessary. The Supreme Court did not give a reason for its decision, instead listing her court case under “Certiorari Denied” (Certiorari is the legal term used when a higher court reviews a lower court’s decision). Also Read: 'Fosse/Verdon': Sam Rockwell, Michelle Williams Are All Jazz Hands in First Look at FX Miniseries (Video) “We and Miss de Havilland are disappointed that the US Supreme Court passed on this opportunity to confirm that the First Amendment does not protect the publication of intentional lies in any medium, including so called docudramas. The California Court of Appeal has turned the First Amendment upside down and without doubt more harm to individuals and public deception will result,” a spokesperson for the law firm representing de Havilland said in a statement. “One day someone else who is wronged for the sake of Hollywood profits will have the courage to stand on the shoulders of Miss de Havilland and fight for the right to defend a good name and legacy against intentional, unconsented exploitation and falsehoods. Miss de Havilland hopes she will live to see the day when such justice is done.” The 102-year-old de Havilland was portrayed by Catherine Zeta-Jones in the limited series about Bette Davis and Joan Crawford. She claimed that the series depicted her in an unflattering light as a “vulgar gossip” and “hypocrite.” Specifically, her lawsuit asserted her right of publicity and false light. Her legal case was centered around the issue of whether Hollywood projects are protected by the First Amendment, which de Havilland’s legal team argued that FX went too far with “Feud.” The California appeals court ruled that her lawsuit should have been thrown out initially by the Los Angeles judge because it’s precluded by the First Amendment. Read original story Olivia de Havilland’s Lawsuit Over FX’s ‘Feud’ Denied Review by Supreme Court At TheWrap

  • Bristol Palin's ex — and 'Teen Mom' viewers — slam her 'selfish' reaction to his PTSD

    Bristol Palin and Dakota Meyer have since divorced since being filmed arguing about his battle with anxiety and PTSD on the MTV reality show "Teen Mom OG."

  • Christina Aguilera is willing to do a song with Britney Spears

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  • Olivia de Havilland’s 'Feud' suit tossed by appeals court

    A three-judge panel has tossed out the defamation suit brought by actress Olivia de Havilland, in a ruling that affirms the right of filmmakers to embellish the historical record.

  • Emmys 2017 predictions: Who will (and should) win

    Emmys 2017 predictions: Ken Tucker on who will win, and who should win, at the Emmy Awards this Sunday, Sept. 17.

  • New Blood for the Emmys: Will These Shows Be Nominated?

    Emmy Nominations 2017: Will new shows like “Stranger Things,” “Atlanta,” and “The Handmaid's Tale” get some love?

  • Emmys: ‘Feud’ Star Susan Sarandon on ‘The First Time I Really Felt Like Bette’

    Susan Sarandon describes the risk Bette Davis took in playing Baby Jane and the challenge Sarandon faced in playing Davis in "Feud: Bette and Joan."

  • All the New TV Projects Examining the Legacy of Princess Diana, 20 Years After Her Death

    In addition to ABC and CBS each airing two-hour specials in May — titled The Last 100 Days of Diana and Princess Diana: Her Life – Her Death – The Truth, respectively — Ryan Murphy also recently announced that the second season of his runaway hit show Feud will be titled Feud: Charles and Diana. On Friday, May 5th, Dateline NBC will also be airing a two-hour special on Diana, entitled “The Life and Death of Princess Diana: A Dateline Investigation.” Andrea Canning will be speaking to the investigators involved in the case, as well as Diana’s close friends including her former bodyguard, Ken Wharfe. In addition, HBO also just announced that it has secured the rights to a major documentary about Princess Diana that will air this year and has to be titled.

  • Vin Diesel and Dwayne Johnson's 'The Fate of the Furious' Feud: A Complete Timeline

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  • Where Did Helen Hunt Go? Behind the Camera

    Mad About You and As Good it Gets star Helen Hunt appeared on The View on Wednesday where she spoke about the difficulties getting acting jobs as she’s gotten older. This is despite the fact that she’s an Oscar and Emmy winning actress. But Hunt isn’t sitting around waiting for the phone to ring. Hunt has been working on projects of her own.

  • Susan Sarandon Explains ’90s Feud With Julia Roberts Was Totally Made Up

    Susan Sarandon is starring alongside Jessica Lange in Feud, which depicts the rivalry between Bette Davis (Sarandon) and Joan Crawford (Lange).

  • ‘Feud’ Postmortem: Alfred Molina Talks ‘Real Tension’ After Bette and Robert...

    Warning: This post contains spoilers for the “The Other Woman” episode of Feud. This Feud is about to get a lot nastier. The relationship between Joan Crawford (Jessica Lange) and Bette Davis (Susan Sarandon) is already as frosty as Joan’s ever-present Pepsi bottle.

  • ‘Feud’ Cast: How Much Do the Actors Look Like Joan, Bette, and More?

    The first season of Feud, Ryan Murphy’s latest anthology series, tackles one of Hollywood’s juiciest rivalries, between Joan Crawford and Bette Davis.

  • ‘Feud: Bette and Joan’: Catfights and Sexism

    Fun and clever, with serious things to say about sexism and ageism, "Feud: Bette and Joan" chronicles the corrosive relationship between Bette Davis and Joan Crawford during and after the making of the 1962 film "Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?" Susan Sarandon and Jessica Lange are excellent as Davis and Crawford, respectively, in "Feud," the latest FX anthology series from writer-producer-director Ryan Murphy ("American Horror Story," "American Crime Story"). If you’re not familiar with the old movie on which this feud is founded, Baby Jane was conceived as a garish B-movie designed to trade on the fading wattage of Davis and Crawford — audiences got off on the spectacle of seeing these one-upon-a-time-glamorous stars lower themselves into the muck of a melodrama about sisters squabbling over their own faded youth and dashed dreams.

  • ‘Feud: Bette and Joan’ Gets An Old Hollywood-Style Premiere

    It was a grand Old Hollywood affair when the stars of FEUD: Bette and Joan gathered for the premiere at Grauman’s Chinese Theater in Hollywood on March 1. Susan Sarandon (who plays Bette Davis) and Jessica Lange (who co-stars as Joan Crawford) arrived in classic cars befitting their characters, while stars of Ryan Murphy’s other productions (including American Horror Story) came to support their fearless leader. Click through to see all of the glamour in full effect. Related: Ryan Murphy on How Marcia Clark Influenced His Latest FX Drama ‘Feud’ Feud: Bette and Joan will premiere Sunday, March 5 at 10 p.m. on FX.

  • ‘Feud: Bette and Joan’: Ryan Murphy on How Marcia Clark Influenced FX’s New Hollywood Saga

    With a title like Feud: Bette and Joan, and a subject like the making of Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? — the 1962 camp classic starring off-screen rivals Bette Davis and Joan Crawford — Ryan Murphy’s latest FX series calls to mind one word: Catfight. But that’s the last thing Murphy was interested in giving viewers. “It’s a show about Hollywood, of course, but I think it’s also about the female condition today,” Murphy tells Yahoo TV. “The issues that those two women faced in the early ’60s — ageism, sexism, misogyny — are still happening today. ...

  • Your TV To-Do List: ‘The Voice’ Returns, FX’s ‘Feud’ Breaks Out and More

    With so much to watch on TV it can be difficult to plan ahead. But we’re here to help! Here are the five shows you won’t want to miss this week.

  • Jenna Jameson Attacks Chelsea Clinton, Defends KKK in Anti-Muslim Twitter Tirade

    Former adult film actress Jenna Jameson has been very busy on social media. In the past 48 hours, the ex-porn star launched an epic Twitter rant against Muslims, attacked Chelsea Clinton, and managed to defend Milo Yiannopoulos and the Ku Klux Klan all at the same time.

  • From Lucy & Ricky to Ross & Rachel: TV Stars And Creators Pick Their Favorite Small Screen Couples

    Love is in the air and on the boob tube this Valentine’s Day, so SuperFan Los Angeles has been asking every celebrity we’ve had the chance to interview a not-so simple question: Who is your all-time favorite TV couple? George and Weezy from The Jeffersons were the sole duplicate as everyone else has fallen in love with a different pair of lovers, or they found a tricky way of getting too sentimental by opting for duo of platonic life partners, like Abby and Ilana from Comedy Central’s Broad City, or Magnum and Higgins from Magnum, P.I. (Dominic Purcell from Prison Break is insistent that it was his favorite series AND “without doubt” his favorite TV couple). Star’s Benjamin Bratt also chose to get… creative, and he picked Law & Order’s Lennie Briscoe and his finest partner ever, Rey Curtis, played by none other than Benjamin Bratt.

  • Boy George Talks George Michael Feud and Surprising Michael Jackson Revelation

    Boy George stopped by the Clubhouse on Watch What Happens Live Tuesday night and talked about a couple of music legends named Michael. Andy Cohen asked Boy George about his feud with George Michael, and how he recently met Michael Jackson’s daughter, Paris. Boy George had just met Paris a couple weeks before, but he told Andy that he had, surprisingly, never met the King of Pop.

  • Ryan Murphy on Finding a Focal Point in a Hurricane for ‘American Crime Story’ Season 2

    “I think the interesting thing about the Katrina project is our main script starts off as an overture where we look at everything that’s happening in the city and has gone on right before the hurricane hits."

  • Ryan Murphy’s ‘Feud,’ ‘The Americans’ & ‘Archer’ Get Premiere Dates On FX, FXX

    FX has slotted premiere dates for Ryan Murphy’s anticipated limited series <em>Feud: Bette and Joan</em>; Emmy-nominated drama series <em>The Americans</em>, which moves to Tuesdays for Season 5; and the eighth season of animated comedy series <em> Archer</em> at its new home on FX sister network FXX. The first installment of <em>Feud: Bette and Joan</em> will premiere on at 10 PM Sunday, March 5, on FX. The limited series starring Jessica Lange and Susan Sarandon as Joan Crawford and Bette Davis…

  • Justin Bieber Calls Out Taylor Swift, FaceTimes With Kanye West

    Bieber's clearly Team Yeezy!

  • Taylor Swift Threatened Kanye West With Criminal Prosecution Over Recorded Phone Call

    Taylor Swift is not only pissed at Kanye West for taping a phone call in which the two discussed the emcee’s “Famous” lyrics, she’s willing to see him prosecuted for it.

  • Ryan Murphy Pits Actors Against Each Other in New ‘Feud’ Anthology

    Ryan Murphy just won’t quit! The Executive Producer of American Crime Story and American Horror Story just announced ANOTHER anthology series. Feud will explore famous battles royale, Hollywood-style. The first season tells the story of Bette Davis and Joan Crawford as they duked it out on the set of What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?