The obvious conflict between Katy Perry and Taylor Swift—which we can now confirm started as a dispute over tour dancers (oh god)—has been as glaring as a cyst sitting below the surface of your epidermis, completely visible to the public. Instead of guesses and subtle barbs, though, the drama is formally out in the…
Malachi Love-Robinson, a 20-year-old who practiced medicine in Florida without a license and adopted the nickname “Dr. Love,” will spend a year in prison for unrelated fraud charges.
The NBA playoffs are very boring.
The movie idea starring Rihanna and Lupita Nyong’o—a pitch that appears to have originated on Tumblr and migrated to Twitter, where it transformed into a fully formed film—is now miraculously being made into a real movie. Hello, I’m your captain and this is 2017.
Lana Del Rey and The Weeknd—two artists who revel in singing about death—are starry-eyed macabre lovers in her blurry VHS-filtered “Lust for Life” video, the majority of which is spent on top of a Hollywood sign under a bright fake moon. Fate has brought them here, with all their crazy, fatalistic dreams on a song…
As our favorite shows begin their descent into the void (New Girl, Scandal, Girls), new shows are once again out here crying for approval. This year’s TV pilots—full of mostly white male leads and showrunners—include military dramas, medical dramas, Will & Grace and a Lucifer-produced Big Bang Theory spin-off we don’t…
To begin, Solange marched down the spiral white ramp of the Guggenheim Museum in a chorus line of black women. The media people hanging near the edge of the barrier on each tier were forced to part, to create several inches of distance between the artist and ourselves, so that she and her performers could get to the…
Donald Trump is ruining yet another institution most near and dear to us.
Following up a little movie you’ve never heard of called Get Out, Jordan Peele is working on another horror project dealing with race and it’s an HBO anthology series set in the 1950s.
Wear your wildest patterned t-shirt today in honor of Winston because New Girl is getting a seventh and final season.
Fans are still not done sobbing over the first season of This Is Us, nor its apparently dramatic ending. It’s clear this show isn’t going anywhere.
Millions of people exist in New York City only to be ignored in plain sight, to live in our peripheral. Master of None’s sixth episode in its second season captures the spirit of these secondary characters through a masterful set of vignettes about the lives of a doorman, a deaf cashier and an immigrant cab driver.…
F. Gary Gray, the man behind the 4/20 classic Friday, is reportedly the first black director with a billion-dollar film, based on the international success of none other than Fate of the Furious.
Y/N is a music guide based on our very scientific, non-subjective Yes/No rating system. It’s very serious.
Life of Kylie, a series based on the business of being Kylie Jenner, is the latest spin-off from the Kardashian-Jenner manufacturing plant. In this 30-second teaser for the show, which premieres July 6, the voice of Kylie recites a series of vague declarations: “When you grow up on camera, everybody feels like they…
Miley Cyrus is rediscovering herself—sound wise, looks wise, spiritually—by basically going back to the old Miley Cyrus. She’s sober and folksy and likes the water, and she’s allegedly given up smoking weed. This is the video for her new love song “Malibu.”
Now that The View has become an unwatchable shell of its former shell, it’s probably a good time to introduce a show-within-a-show that’s based on that premise. So here’s Vanessa Williams teasing her Vh1 series Daytime Divas by performing a fun adaptation of 50 Cent’s “P.I.M.P.” (Imagine Barbara Walters doing this).
Is it feasible that Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson will run for president? Yes. Of the United States, this country? Yes. Would you vote for him if he did? These are questions you have to start thinking about now, because The Rock is thinking about it.