Girls Trip, the obvious comedy hit of the year, will surpass the $100 million mark at the box office as of Thursday, placing it in rare company.
American Idol producers have reportedly had trouble securing a panel of judges to accompany Katy Perry on the long, possibly unnecessary journey of reviving the show. Is it possible that her $25 million salary ate up the budget?
Pharma-twerp Martin Shkreli currently awaits sentencing after being convicted of securities fraud and conspiracy on August 4. To reminisce a bit on his trial, Harper’s Magazine published an entertaining transcript of the three-day jury selection proceedings from June.
Lionsgate has announced plans to make that uncomfortable feeling you have of being in a perpetual dystopian state real by building a theme park based on Hunger Games. It’s like our very own Westworld predestined to destroy humanity.
The song of the summer, Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee’s “Despacito,” wasn’t nominated for any MTV Video Music Awards this year. The network and the record label have conflicting explanations as to why.
Prince’s affinity for the color purple throughout his career has led to a tribute-slash-branding-opportunity for Pantone. They’ve chosen to name a custom shade of purple after him.
In all her years as the queen of all media, Oprah Winfrey has shared a life’s worth of life lessons, whether whispering or screaming them, and now she is in a Vogue feature story, still forcing us to learn.
Kenya Barris, the creator of black-ish, thinks his show black-ish should win an Emmy this year. He could be biased.
Talent manager Michael Einfeld has apologized to his team for using “language that was tasteless, humorless and completely inexcusable,” after an assistant exposed his sexist and offensive emails via Facebook.
Taylor Swift testified on the fourth day of her civil trial versus David Mueller, the former radio host she accused of groping her while posing for a photo in 2013. In a Denver courtroom on Thursday, Swift described the contact as “a definite grab, [a] very long grab.”
In March of this year, Rosette Laursen says she was working as an assistant at a talent agency in the Los Angeles area when she planned to take a day off to participate in the A Day Without a Woman strike. The man she says was her boss allegedly responded to her request with an offensive emailed rant, which he…
Mariah Carey’s micro-movement performances have become a thing of beauty, like watching a snowflake fall ever so slow... incredibly slow... very slow... but look at it!... through the air on a cold winter day.
Rihanna made her annual appearance at the Crop Over Festival (casually known as Carnival) on Monday in her native Barbados and, yes, there is visual evidence of her splendor and, yes, it is time to bend the knee.
A woman who claims Usher failed to disclose his alleged herpes status to her held a press conference with lawyer Lisa Bloom on Monday to announce a lawsuit.
Blue Apron, the meal kit delivery startup that allows non-chefs to pretend that they’re good at cooking, is experiencing some growing pains.
In the first few minutes of the season premiere, Bachelor in Paradise will address the alleged sexual encounter that led to a production halt, and that includes footage of the contestants involved.
We are all drones, you know and you heard before, marching ever forward and backward, backward and forward, in lockstep, equal motion, emotion, into a future of sameness wherein everyone, every BODY, all of us, will perform the same menial functions and funk shuns at the same rate; we will be outraged in equal…
Fyre Festival organizer Billy McFarland is reportedly looking to make a plea deal with federal prosecutors after being charged with wire fraud.
The Black-ish spin-off that Jezebel superstar Kara R. Brown left us for to become a staff writer has a new title and it’s Grown-Ish, as in (if I must explain): “This is grown people’s ish/shit.”
Here’s the trailer for Angelina Jolie’s Netflix movie First They Killed My Father, an intensely brutal account of all the terror experienced by children in the Cambodian genocide.