These are the five pop-culture things to know this evening.
If you thought Robert De Niro and President Trump had the only Tony Awards-related scuffle this year, you obviously weren’t paying attention to Rachel Bloom and Neil Patrick Harris‘ tweets. A quick refresher for those who have no idea what’s going on: Bloom once again served as the Tonys’ backstage correspondent, speaking with stars before […]
Here are some of the highs and lows from this year's 72nd annual Tony Awards.
Ed Alonzo (Max on "Saved by the Bell") has some surprising connections to some major Hollywood stars.
How much does it take to outbid a billionaire for a beloved painting from Disneyland? Just ask Neil Patrick Harris.
The adventures of the Baudelaire orphans continues on Netflix this month.
Alexander Payne's sci-fi comedy about humans who get miniaturized to save the planet/live like royalty is a ticklish, resonant crowd-pleaser for grown-ups
See the best pics the stars — including Mariah Carey, Alicia Keys, and Kaley Cuoco — are sharing on social media this week.Aluminum foil hair, don’t care. The Santa Clarita Diet star took daughter Olive with her to the salon for moral support as she got her locks ready to film a new season of the Netflix show. “[Hair stylist] Tracey [Cunningham] puts conditioner in foils on her for solidarity,” she revealed. (Photo: Drew Barrymore via Instagram) “After the show it’s the after party,” the crooner captioned this shot of herself all cuddled up with backup dancer Bryan Tanaka. ...
Cast members from "Game of Thrones" to "Breaking Bad" have tattooed themselves to commemorate the amazing projects they've worked on.
On Friday morning, leading up to President Obama’s departure and the introduction of the Trump-Pence White House, Ellen rolled out a montage of celebrities thanking Obama for all he’s done for the LGBT community. The video contained a plethora of celebrities from all areas of the entertainment world, some from the LGBT community and some not. One thing that they all had in common was an overwhelming sense of gratitude for President Obama.
The popular kid books known under the collective title A Series Of Unfortunate Events were turned into a 2004 film starring Jim Carrey, but Netflix has undertaken a complete remake and re-imagining of this material. The streaming service’s new Unfortunate Events, headed up by Neil Patrick Harris as the evil Count Olaf, is a handsome production, written by Daniel Handler — who’s also the author of the books, under the pen name Lemony Snicket — and director Barry Sonnenfeld (Get Shorty, The Addams Family).
Jenna Dewan and Channing Tatum’s home is going to sparkle like a summer night sky in 2017.
Hollywood is filled with creative types, and they love to take Halloween to the next level . However, family Halloween costumes go even a step beyond that. It's not easy getting everyone on the same page (no matter how old they are!), but these clever stars pulled it off with aplomb.
Kelly Ripa celebrated her fifteenth anniversary of hosting Live Friday, and because she’s always been one to shy away from attention, they only spent the entire hour celebrating her. Michael Strahan — who replaced Ripa’s original co-host, Regis Philbin — kicked things off with a special gift: a necklace with the word “Live” written in diamonds. A number of celebrities came by to surprise Ripa, including Neil Patrick Harris, Andy Cohen, and David Muir.
This fall’s crop of new TV shows has been, by and large, a crushing disappointment. And that means that some great actors are trapped on some less-than-great shows. We don’t blame these actors for taking the gig — who’d turn down a network-series paycheck? — but we just wish Hollywood would find a better way to take advantage of their many talents.
Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris made its live-television debut on Tuesday night, with guest announcer Reese Witherspoon and lots of pranks, stunts, tricks, and guest stars. Harris was energetic and charming, but the show itself was forced merriment. If half the stuff on this show truly surprised the people who were supposedly surprised, I’d be very surprised. Take, for example, the couple from Alabama plucked from the studio audience.
Why E.T. Showed up at the ‘Tony Awards’ and Other Highlights Broadway veterans Alan Cumming and Kristin Chenoweth hosted the Tony Awards Sunday night with countless wardrobe changes (including the erroneous use of an E.T. costume), musical numbers, and laughs galore. The presenters played along and weren’t afraid of making fun of themselves. Neil Patrick Harris joked about his less than successfulOscars lock box bit, and Jason Alexander basically called Larry David a loser.