LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - “Get Out,” a trenchant horror film about race relations, rode critical raves to a smashing box office debut.
Grab the tissues.
Amid her ongoing legal battle with her former producer Lukasz “Dr. Luke” Gottwald, Kesha has reportedly submitted a series of emails to a New York Court, which allegedly support the singer’s claims that Gottwald was mentally and emotionally abusive toward her.
UPDATE: Feb.15, 2017 ― Karlie Kloss addressed the problematic Vogue photos on Wednesday, apologizing for her role in the “Spirited Away” spread.
In a note shared on Twitter, Kloss wrote, the “images appropriate a culture that is not my own and I am truly sorry for participating in a shoot that was not culturally sensitive.
As Leslie Jones knows all too well, laughter is the best revenge.
Newsrooms across the country came to a grinding halt on Thursday when photos of Justin Bieber sporting a curious stain surfaced online.
UPDATE: Feb. 15, 2017 ― On Tuesday night, Santana clarified the comments he made about Beyonce, writing on Facebook that his “intent was to congratulate Adele” and that he has “the utmost respect for Beyonce.
It’s no mystery that movies are often an escape from real life. (Just look at “La La Land”: People don’t actually start floating around while dancing in planetariums. That’s not a thing.
Winter is coming ... for now.
The effects of climate change may not be visible on “Game of Thrones” Season 7, where Westeros faces a long cold spell and icy White Walkers seem poised to move south.
One bearded hunk, 30 lovely (mostly brunette) ladies and four chances at love: It must be Nick Viall’s season as The Bachelor.
This week, Claire Fallon and Emma Gray, along with special guest Danny Hoyt of AfterBuzz TV, talk cheese cube towers, not being great enough, opening up emotionally on boats and more high notes from Episode 7 of the most shocking season in “Bachelor” history.