Al Gore praised what he's seen in the impeachment hearings while at the same time pointing out one glaring difference between now and the impeachment in 1998.
Chrissy Teigen defended her husband, John Legend, after he recorded an updated version of "Baby, It's Cold Outside" with Kelly Clarkson.
“Now things are very, very, very different and I’m a lot more savvy with what I’m comfortable with and what I am OK with doing,” Clarke said on Dax Shepard's podcast
Kevin Hart is the subject of an upcoming Netflix documentary series “Don’t F–k This Up,” the comedian announced Tuesday.Per Netflix, the six-part series “gives unprecedented access” into Hart’s life throughout the past year. “Tapping into the trials and tribulations of what it means to be a father, a partner, a role-model, and a business-man, Hart reflects on the events that have shaped his life, making him into the person he is today.”Featuring interviews with Hart’s friends and family as well as archival footage from his early career, the documentary will cover Hart’s day-to-day life in the period following the fallout of his Oscars hosting controversy.Also Read: Kevin Hart Trolls Dwayne Johnson for Halloween, Re-Creates Iconic Fanny Pack Outfit (Photo)Hart was forced to step down from his position as host of the awards show late last year when anti-gay tweets and jokes from his past stand-up sets were resurfaced on social media. It was followed by a much-lambasted appearance on Ellen DeGeneres’ talk show in which the comedian refused to apologize again.“Don’t F–k This Up” is produced by Hartbeat Productions, Lionsgate, Makemake, 3 Arts Entertainment, and Magical Elves.Read original story Kevin Hart Sets Netflix Documentary Series ‘Don’t F–k This Up’ At TheWrap
While season one of Amazon's Lord of the Rings TV series hasn't started filming yet, Deadline reports there's already plans for season two. In fact, the industry outlet reports that the plan right now is to shoot the first couple of episodes of season one, then take a "four to five month break" while working out scripts and approach for the rest of the first two seasons. Recently, we saw Apple had signed up early for second seasons of its original TV shows, and Variety reports that while Amazon greenlit the show for two seasons, it wasn't fully locked in until now. Like the movies, the series will film in New Zealand and production won't be cheap, so it's important to get everything right before the cameras roll. From what we've heard, it will cover a time period well before the books and movies, and the cast still hasn't been fully filled out. Deadline speculated that renewing the show early and planning a long hiatus in the middle of shooting could let the streamer squeeze footage for season two in during S1, or shoot both seasons back-to-back.
On "Dancing With the Stars" Monday, James Van Der Beek revealed his wife Kimberly Brook suffered a miscarriage over the weekend.
Rep. Eric Swalwell appeared to let a rather loud one slip during a live interview on MSNBC, though he claims to not be the one who dealt it.
“This next performance is going to be challenging to get through,” Marybeth confessed. “The day before I flew out here, my grandpa passed away."
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A prequel series to the classic film "Chinatown" is in early development at Netflix, Variety has confirmed with sources. David Fincher and Robert Towne, the film's writer, are attached to pen the script. It will reportedly focus on the exploits of a young Jake "J.J." Gittes during his early days as a private investigator. Netflix declined […]
The "Orange Is the New Black" star, 30, gave birth to her first child — a daughter — with her boyfriend on Saturday, Nov. 16.
The "Jersey Shore" star and his wife revealed Monday on "Strahan, Sara and Keke" that they are recovering from a miscarriage.
"The Real" co-host Jeannie Mai says Disney's content warnings don't go far enough and that the company should edit out potentially offensive content on its new streaming service, Disney+.
Andrea Barber defended Lori Loughlin, who appeared on both the beloved ABC sitcom "Full House" and its reboot, "Fuller House," in an interview Monday on the "3rd Hour of Today."
If you've been putting off signing up for Apple TV+ , perhaps this new clip from The Morning Show will be enough to convince you. In it, Jennifer Aniston's Alex Levy - the anchor of a morning TV show trying to weather a #MeToo-esque scandal - is persuaded to get up on stage at an event with her network's head Cory (Billy Crudup). Together they belt out Stephen Sondheim classic "Not While I'm Around" from the musical Sweeney Todd in front of the crowd, marking the first time I've ever personally heard Aniston sing. Watch the clip above, and be sure to catch the fifth episode of the show, "No One's Gonna Harm You, Not While I'm Around," which is now streaming!
The 2019 Soul Train Music Awards are in the books, ending in a big night for Chris Brown and his song with Drake, "No Guidance," which took home three trophies.
At just 7, Blue Ivy Carter is an award-winning songwriter. Jay-Z and Beyoncé’s daughter won the Ashford & Simpson Songwriter’s Award at Sunday’s Soul Train Awards for co-writing her mom’s hit “Brown Skin Girl,” a song celebrating dark- and brown-skinned women. Ivy Carter gives a vocal performance that opens and closes the song, which also features Wizkid and Saint Jhn.