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The team of makeup artists who worked on Will Smith’s bizarre buddy cop fantasy film Bright were mysteriously left uncredited.
Tyrese Gibson has spent the better part of this year making headlines for public displays of messiness—from professional drama with his Fast & Furious costars to the ongoing custody battle with his ex-wife—so the latest one should have been of no surprise to anyone. But here I am, surprised.
Jada Pinkett Smith and her husband Will have had to deal with swinger rumors for a good part of their 23-year relationship, along with nonstop divorce and open relationship rumors.
Just a few days ago, it was reported that Disney had been struggling to cast an Aladdin for its live-action musical, but they’ve found him, so please stop sending (me) your auditions.
Following the release of 4:44, Jay-Z continues to share intimate details of the marital turbulence he and Beyoncé have weathered. In a video titled “Footnotes for 4:44,” he, along with many other men of color, discuss toxic masculinity and its reverberations.
By now you are aware of the epic saga surrounding Lena Dunham and her dog, Lamby, and also Lena Dunham’s potentially unhinged relationship with the concept of Truth. Did Lamby ever actually suffer from behavioral problems, or did Dunham invent them so she could dump Lamby for two newer, shinier pups to write about in…
Will Smith is reportedly being considered for the role of the Genie in Guy Ritchie’s live-action Aladdin musical. Come with me, Will. Let us pray.
Not much to say here, just that Tatyana Ali, Alfonso Ribeiro, Karyn Parsons, Will Smith, Daphne Maxwell Reid, and Joseph Marcell got together long enough to take a photo for Ribeiro’s Instagram feed. That’s pretty much the entire main cast, apart from the late James Avery (Uncle Phil, who died in 2013) and Janet Hubert…
Collateral Beauty, the movie with a terrible title where Will Smith talks to angels, not surprisingly did poorly at the box office this past weekend.
Welcome back, crazy Christmas season movie fare! You are insane and this particular offering looks so bananas I wonder if it might actually be great.
Will Smith is at a time in his life where he is naturally reflecting on the choices he made as a younger man. It’s hard to say what he regrets, with the exception of appearing in Wild Wild West. He definitely regrets that.
Cool, more people weighing in on whether or not Amber Heard hit herself in the face or whatever.
One of the zingers in Chris Rock’s 2016 Oscars monologue was lobbed at Jada Pinkett Smith, who, as you may have heard, boycotted the ceremony this year together with her husband Will Smith.
Yesterday I shared a theory that I loved—one that surprised me in a way gossip rarely does anymore. That theory was that Liam Neeson—Oskar Schindler, himself—is dating Kristen Stewart. As I said before, it was based on “almost nothing,” and as such, it has just been proven wrong.
On Monday, Will Smith did his best polite sidestep when asked whether he preferred the first or second Aunt Viv during The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, just weeks after the former, Janet Hubert, cursed him and his wife Jada Pinkett-Smith on Facebook. Look at what money can do!
In an interview with Robin Roberts Thursday morning on Good Morning America (I’m more of a TODAY man, but whatever), Will Smith revealed that he will join his wife Jada’s boycott of the Oscars this year.
Above is a GIF of Corky St. Clair (as played by Christopher Guest) reacting to a middle-aged performing a particularly vulgar scene from Raging Bull in an audition for a community theatre. I made a similar face when reading a Facebook post written by Alexis Arquette in which she responded to Jada Pinkett Smith’s Oscar…
The Janet “Aunt Viv” Hubert vs. Will Smith beef is still strong. Recently, Hubert read her old Fresh Prince of Bel-Air co-star and his wife Jada Pinkett Smith over Jada’s plea for an Oscars boycott. Here’s her fiery opening line: “Miss Thing, does your man not have a mouth of his own with which to speak?”
Kirsten Dunst appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Friday night where she participated in a friendly game of “Catchphrase” along with Will Smith and Tariq Trotter of The Roots. The group, which consisted of Dunst and Fallon on one team and Smith and Trotter on the other, helped each other guess…