Turns out "Utopia" wasn't a perfect fit at Amazon. The streamer has canceled the sci-fi drama after only a single season, Variety has confirmed. News of the axe coming down on "Utopia" comes just over two months after it launched. Inspired by the British series of the same name, "Utopia" hailed from "Gone Girl" and "Sharp Objects" […]
"Maybe being outspoken hurts your career ... I'm just aware it helps me sleep better at night, knowing that I wasn’t passive during this time.”
Many celebs have joined the crowds protesting police brutality following the death of George Floyd.
Jamie Foxx, Cole Sprouse, Nick Cannon, Ben Affleck and John Boyega were among the celebrities who documented George Floyd protests across the nation.
She went on to say she can’t wait to vote him out in the November election, adding, “Maybe you’ll see the results from your baby bunker.”
Photos from President Donald Trump and Melania Trump's visit to El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio are all over social media – but one is particularly bothersome to critics of the president.
"Even if you don't have an anti-Semitic bone in your body, it is still an anti-Semitic cartoon," the "Say Anything" star admitted following backlash.
Many stars seemed united in their call on Congress to “step up” and “Impeach Trump.”
Many of the actor's co-stars remembered him fondly — from John Cusack ("Say Anything..."), who was hoping the news of Mahoney's death was a hoax, to his "Frasier" pals Jane Leeves and Peri Gilpin.
To celebrate the Oct. 22 Season 8 premiere of The Walking Dead — the series’ 100th episode — Yahoo TV will be posting a new TWD-related story every day through the season opener. There are few shows that qualify as event television these days, but The Walking Dead certainly is one. Demi Lovato is such a devoted Walking Dead fan that the cast made her a video for her birthday and has told fans many times it’s her favorite show.
Happy National Boyfriend Day! To help celebrate this day, we thought we’d share our picks for the top movie boyfriends. It was actually harder than it seems. We wanted to make a list of characters that were actually good boyfriends. So, Leonardo DiCaprio in Titanic? Not really a boyfriend. Freddie Prinze Jr. in She’s All That? He only pursued Rachael Leigh Cook because of a bet. Ben Stiller in There’s Something About Mary? He’s actually kind of a stalker. So with that preamble out of the way, here we go, in alphabetical order.
If you have a hard time believing that Cindy Crawford, Patrick Dempsey, and Robin Wright all turned 50 this year, wait until you see who else will soon be joining them in this special club. On May 16, Janet Jackson — who is pregnant with her first child — turned the big 5-0. Lucky for her, she doesn’t look a day over 30. John Cusack, Mike Tyson, and Halle Berry are right behind her in celebrating the milestone, as are a slew of other stars.
The horrormeister adapted his 2006 novel for the film, which reteams John Cusack and Samuel L. Jackson from another King-based thriller, 1408. Cusack plays Clay Riddell, an artist who is separated from his family when the mysterious “Pulse” is blasted out over the cell network, turning anyone who was using a smartphone into a mindless killer. Jackson is Tom McCourt, an unlikely hero who helps Clay navigate the “phoners” in a search for his lost son.
Unless you’ve recently been in China, you probably haven’t heard of the epic — and epically amusing — historical action-adventure Dragon Blade, starring Jackie Chan, John Cusack, and Adrien Brody as warriors battling over Asia’s ancient Silk Road. Deftly choreographed (thanks to Chan’s action direction), Blade is a stylized blend of combat, song (yes, all of the aforementioned leads sing!), and a saccharine bromance. Steeped in swords, blood, tears, and dance-happy warrior battles, Blade was a box office triumph, earning more than $116 million in China earlier this year.
Starring Jackie Chan, John Cusack, and Adrien Brody, the epic action film Dragon Blade was a hit in China when it debuted there in February. Now the movie — a must-watch for its hyper-stylized battle scenes and corny bromance — is coming to the States in select theaters and on-demand this weekend.