Screenwriter James Gunn confirmed on the 15th anniversary of the 2002 premiere of “Scooby-Doo” that the film was originally an R-rated comedy. “I had loved the character of Scooby-Doo since I was a kid and was excited at the prospect of making a live action film with 2002’s cutting CGI technology,” wrote the 50-year-old in…
“Bachelor In Paradise” contestant DeMario Jackson has been thrust into the spotlight ever since production was shut down on ABC’s dating series, due to allegations of “misconduct” that launched an ongoing investigation by Warner Bros. Television. Jackson is at the center of the scandal along with fellow contestant Corinne Olympios, amid tabloid reports about an… […]
Bill Cosby‘s jurors have been sent back to their hotel rooms following yet another day of failing to return a verdict — and having now clocked over 52 hours of deliberations. After declaring they were hopelessly deadlocked Thursday, a renewed push Friday sent a rash of notes into the court, totaling 14 requests from the…
He also worked with famed writer-director Melvin Frank on ‘The Prisoner of Second Avenue,’ ‘A Touch of Class’ and ‘The Duchess and the Dirtwater Fox.’ read more
ANNECY, France — Monello & MP1’s “Max & Maestro,” TeamTo’s “Take it Easy Mike” and Xilam’s “Paprika” feature among the animated TV series included on the 2017-18 lineup of France Televisions. Also making the cut are Zodiak’s “Lilybuds” and Dargaud-Ellipsamine’s “La famille Blaireau-Renard.” Announced in a traditional mid-week event hosted by the French broadcaster traditional… […]
In celebration of Jay Z’s induction into the Songwriters Hall of Fame, former president Barack Obama recorded a touching tribute to the rapper. Jay Z tweeted the video on June 15.
Most of us have done it before — thrown up the “sign of the horns” while jamming to some killer rock music. Well, according to Gene Simmons, we have KISS to thank for that. The long-tongued frontman has filed an application with the US Patent and Trademark Office, seeking trademark ownership of the iconic hand…
One of Scott Disick’s short-lived squeezes had no interest keeping up with the Kardashian crew member.
Backstage at the Women in Film 2017 Crystal + Lucy Awards, Lupita Nyong’o, joined by “Queen of Katwe” director Mira Nair, talks with Access Hollywood and reacts to the new “Black Panther” trailer. Find out what she thinks about it!
Backstage at the Women in Film 2017 Crystal + Lucy Awards, Lupita Nyong’o and “Queen of Katwe” director Mira Nair, talk with Access Hollywood about the success of “Wonder Woman.” What do they think it means for women?
Chicago rapper Chief Keef has been arrested in South Dakota for drug possession.
The latest installment of the recurring series featured Fallon, house band The Roots and kids from Paul Newman’s SeriousFun camp. read more
Sex scenes are notoriously unsexy things to make. Stars talk of such infamous turn-offs as banana hammocks for the men to keep all their appendages in place, merkins for the women (adding hair where no hair has been for several years) and the scores of burly crew members, holding lighting and sound equipment, hovering just…
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The actress, who plays Alex Vause, stepped behind the camera for the first time on the series to direct season five’s most harrowing episode. read more
LOS ANGELES >> “Alien: Covenant” edged out “Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2” in the weekend box-office space battle. Ridley Scott’s latest “Alien” exploit opened with $36 million in ticket sales, according to studio estimates Sunday. “Guardians” was close behind with just over $35 million in its third week of release.
No one tells Bette Midler to stop talking.
In many ways, HBO’s Game of Thrones and Spike’s upcoming take on Stephen King’s The Mist couldn’t be more different. One is a mega-popular fantasy series that’s about to enter its home stretch of episodes, while the other is a nascent adaptation that’s just preparing to take its first steps. But hey, here’s at least one way they’re similar: they […]
Batman fans took a huge “POW!” and a “BANG!” in the gut on Saturday. Adam West, whose straight-faced portrayal of Batman in a 1960s TV series lifted the tight-clad Caped Crusader into the national consciousness, died Friday night at his Los Angeles home after a battle with leukemia, according to a family spokesperson.