Can somebody, anybody please ask Adam Driver a serious question?
Less than a month after Driver was asked a derisive question by a fan about his upcoming film “Ferrari,” the actor was asked another backhanded question last week — but this time by a well-known reporter.
In an interview with CNN journalist Chis Wallace that aired Friday, ...Read more
ATLANTA — Actor Jamie Foxx, who was hospitalized while shooting a movie in Atlanta in April, made a surprise appearance Monday night at an awards show.
He accepted a Vanguard Award at the Critics Choice Association’s Celebration of Cinema & Television Honoring Black, Latino & AAPI Achievements to celebrate his performance in Amazon Prime’...Read more
Denny Laine, who co-founded British bands The Moody Blues and Wings, died early Tuesday morning. He was 79.
The death of the two-time Grammy Award winner followed a battle with “unpredictable and aggressive” interstitial lung disease (ILD), from which he was originally expected to recover, said his widow, Elizabeth Hines. She wrote on a ...Read more
NEW YORK — Professional dancer Grace Jabbari wiped away tears Tuesday as she told a Manhattan jury how her sugary romance with movie star Jonathan Majors turned sour when Majors unleashed rage upon her.
Jabbari, 30, said Majors was “very kind and loving” at first during the relationship, kindled in August 2021 on the set of “Ant-Man and...Read more
Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes are opening up about their “year of hell” on their new podcast, “Amy and T.J.”
The former GMA3 hosts got candid about their emotional struggles after their relationship was “outed” by leaked photos of them together in upstate New York. Robach even recalled an instance when she had to rush over to T.J.‘s ...Read more
The House of Representatives may have ejected George Santos from its ranks last week, but it seems the culture might not be ready to let him go. And vice versa.
In the days since the former New York congressman’s expulsion from the halls of power in Washington, D.C., on Friday, there’s been a flurry of speculation about his potential next ...Read more
NEW YORK — Alicia Keys is ready to bring her critically acclaimed, coming-of-age story to Broadway next spring, fresh off its sold-out run downtown.
The 15-time Grammy Award-winning artist could have a Tony in her sights with the announcement that her musical, “Hell’s Kitchen,” will begin performances on March 28 at the Shubert Theater ...Read more
Stephen Colbert is taking more time off to recover from appendix surgery, resulting in another week of cancellations for CBS’ “The Late Show.”
“I’m listening to my doctors and continuing to rest and heal. Thank you for all your well wishes and I’ll see you soon,” the Emmy Award winner wrote Monday on Threads, confirming that he ...Read more
One of the best films of the year, Martin Scorsese’s “Killers of the Flower Moon” is now available to purchase and watch at home this week, landing on digital platforms on Tuesday before it will stream on Apple TV+. Named Best Film and Best Actress for Lily Gladstone by the New York Film Critics Circle last week, “Killers of the Flower ...Read more
In Bradley Cooper’s masterful “Maestro,” we see a man living inside a castle of music. The American composer/conductor Leonard Bernstein (played by Cooper) was a larger-than-life figure, perpetually surrounded by cigarette smoke and adoring acolytes and glorious swirls of music; you hear it in the lilt of his speaking voice, see it in the ...Read more
If there’s one thing that KISS is going to do, it’s sell out.
Sell-out concerts on back-to-back nights at Madison Square Garden 50 years after debuting. Sell out out merch at every show for the last few decades. Sell out by trying to jump on the disco bandwagon in the late 1970s. Or sell out by emblazoning its members’ faces on the most ...Read more
SEATTLE — Pop music fans were spoiled this year with world tours from two of the biggest artists in the history of, well, everything: Taylor Swift and Beyoncé.
They were spoiled once again when both divas (and we mean that as a compliment) decided to release concert films of their shows for fans to relive or see for the very first time.
When the candidates for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination meet in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, on Wednesday, there are likely to be millions of first-time viewers for the network carrying the event.
NewsNation, the cable news channel launched in 2020 by Nexstar Media Group, landed the first national debate in its short history after months of...Read more
Julia Roberts has been hugging her loved ones a little tighter since the death of "Friends" star Matthew Perry in late October.
"The sudden passing of anybody so young is heartbreaking," the "Pretty Woman" and "Eat, Pray, Love" star recently told Entertainment Tonight. "I think that, you know, it just helps all of us just appreciate what we ...Read more
Ashanti is reportedly expecting a baby, baby, baby, baby, baby with her partner and fellow music star Nelly.
“Nelly and Ashanti are welcoming their first baby together,” Us Weekly reported on Monday.
However, representatives for Ashanti declined to provide comment to The Times regarding the report and representatives for Nelly did not ...Read more
Britney Spears is warming up to the idea of rekindling her notoriously fraught relationship with dad Jamie as he recovers from a leg amputation.
The elder Spears, 71, suffered an infection that necessitated five surgeries during a weeks-long stay in the hospital last month. He ultimately lost the limb when none of those operations could contain...Read more
PHILADELPHIA — Nearly 50 years after Rocky Balboa sprinted up the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the actor who brought him to life returned to his former hometown over the weekend to celebrate a new Philly holiday in his name.
Thousands surrounded Sylvester Stallone at the steps made famous by Rocky, the 1976 Academy Award-winning ...Read more
In the middle of “Poor Things,” the new film from Oscar-nominated oddball auteur Yorgos Lanthimos, our heroine Bella Baxter (Emma Stone) toddles off on a solo adventure for the very first time. Wandering the streets of a pastel storybook Lisbon in silky shorts and a blouse with enormous puff sleeves, her long mane of raven hair swaying down ...Read more
Pink will follow up her 2023 Summer Carnival Tour with her 2024 Summer Carnival Tour, a 17-city concert trek that opens Aug. 10 at The Dome at America's Center in St. Louis and concludes Nov. 23 at Miami's loanDepot Park.
The opening acts in all cities include Sheryl Crow and KidCutUp.
The Script will perform at each tour stop except for the ...Read more
So these three guys met at New York University in 2016. Fueled by a shared love of films like "Wet Hot American Summer," "School of Rock" and "Napoleon Dynamite," as well as chicken tenders in a Brooklyn basement, a three-headed monster baby known as the comedy trio Please Don't Destroy was born.
Or something like that.
And now the monster ...Read more
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