We all wish Barack Obama would come back to us for just one more day, an hour, a minute, a SECOND. Over the weekend, Saturday Night Live captured our depression in musical form, with a Boyz II Men sendup dedicated to the former president.
When American Idol powers back up in March—like the mosquito that flew away just as you were about to crush it—don’t expect any of its new judges to be the mean judge.
Sarah Silverman opened her Hulu show I Love You, America this week with a statement about sexual assault, making specific reference to her friend Louis C.K.’s admission of sexual misconduct.
I have actively chosen not to watch The Talk because it’s called The Talk and because it’s just The View on a different network, but since Eve has signed on as a co-host, I may have to relent.
The modest, long-unrequited romance between The Office geeks Jim and Pam (Or, Jam) (Or, Pim) affected many of us deeply, but it seems no one was more emotionally affected by the relationship than Jenna Fischer, the real-life Pam.
Teyana Taylor and Iman Shumpert have sufficiently quantified their love for each other in public and inspired many people to scream “get a room!” Which means it’s time for a reality show.
Technology has moved at such a pace that there’s no telling when a robot dog with a window for a face might run up on you, probe your soul with its mechanical eyes, and then skip away as if nothing ever happened.
Hollywood can’t catch a break from having to discuss difficult topics when all they want is to honor and pat each other on the back for one beautiful night. While Trump permeated last year’s awards season (and will continue to), sexual assault allegations appear to be this year’s primary source of anxiety.
The recent wave of sexual assault allegations against powerful Hollywood men has spurred the Los Angeles District Attorney’s office to set up a task force that’s specifically focused on the entertainment business.
Following weeks of graphic testimony, Nicki Minaj’s brother Jelani Maraj has been convicted of raping his former stepdaughter.
GLAAD’s latest TV study found that LGBTQ characters will have a record high visibility this season, but that the majority of those characters are white and male.
Harry Styles’s video for “Kiwi” opens with a note: “No children or animals were harmed during the making of this film.” But the video gives no consideration to the dozens of sweets that were desecrated.
As much as I would love to make fun of the timeless ubiquity of Hamilton once more, this news is heartwarming and I cannot. For three weeks, Lin-Manuel Miranda will return to his star-making role in the modern Broadway classic when the play heads to Puerto Rico in 2019.
Iggy Azalea has reassured her fans that she is “not dead” in the physical sense and that she’s retitled her delayed sophomore album from Digital Distortion to Surviving the Summer, but it won’t be out until next year.
For her role as a World War II-era matriarch in Dee Rees’s Netflix film Mudbound, Mary J. Blige had to revert to a version of herself that initially made her uncomfortable. No makeup, no lashes, no wig. In recent interviews, Blige has explained how difficult it was to deglamorize herself on screen. I didn’t realize…
Building owners in New York’s West Village have threatened legal action against a balloon artisan whose mission in life is to spread joy via balloon art.
Disney has barred the Los Angeles Times from receiving advance screenings of its films, after the paper reported on Disneyland’s alleged corrupt deals with public officials in Anaheim, California.
Eva Marcille has pulled off what should be considered a feat: remaining relevant after her run on America’s Next Top Model, a show widely known as a factory for obscurity. Since winning Cycle 3 a full 13 years ago, she’s ventured into acting (The Young and the Restless, Tyler Perry’s House of Payne, etc.), producing…