“Of course, I think she should run, but I don’t think she will,” Common said.
“I was offended but found another home,” Sykes shared.
Thirty years ago, Jennifer Fox won the grand jury prize at the 1998 Sundance Film Festival for her documentary “Beirut: The Last Home Movie,” engaging with sex-positive and progressively feminist topics in her subsequent nonfiction work, most notably “Flying: Confessions of a Free Woman.” Both a natural extension of Fox’s career to date and a […]
James Patterson’s genre-spanning novels have sold millions of copies worldwide and even spawned the CBS drama series “Zoo.” But it’s his newest book, a work of non-fiction, that’s taking him into new territory: true crime. “All-American Murder: The Rise and Fall of Aaron Hernandez,” written by Patterson and Alex Abramovich with Mike Harkvey, takes center…
Raindrop, drop top, homophobe rapping should stop-stop.
“Dawson’s Creek” splashed onto the scene on Jan. 20, 1998, with a verbose bang: “I just think our emerging hormones are destined to alter our relationship,” an apple-cheeked Katie Holmes’ Joey told her male best friend, Dawson (James Van Der Beek), “and I’m trying to limit the fallout.” The teen soap, set in the fictional…
App hits a cultural sweet spot — or several sweet spots at once.
Dylan Farrow doesn’t care if Woody Allen gets taken down by her continued claims he sexually abused her.
WASHINGTON — Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) criticized President Donald Trump for his attacks on the news media on Wednesday, telling lawmakers from the Senate floor that “when a figure in power reflexively calls any press that doesn’t suit him ‘fake news,’ it is that person who should be the figure of suspicion, not the press.” […]
USC is headed toward signing another top-ranked recruiting class next month but the question now is whether it will be enough in a reconfigured Pacific-12 Conference featuring marquee coaches like Chip Kelly (UCLA) and Kevin Sumlin (Arizona). Anyone who watched USC squeak out victories over Texas, Utah, Arizona, UCLA or Stanford last season knows the […]
In “The Leisure Seeker” Oscar winner Helen Mirren and Golden Globe winner Donald Sutherland play a senior husband and wife off on a trip to whoknowswheresville in an antique RV. He drives. She chats. He forgets. She reminds. Arriving promptly, unlike today’s hotshots, they sat and spoke together and both were doing dinner. It looked…
At HBO’s afterparty following the Golden Globes, Helen Mirren shares with Access why she thinks Oprah Winfrey would make a great president of the United States!
Rose McGowan is being hailed for her bravery in calling out the powerful CAA talent agency for enabling Harvey Weinstein. She refers to CAA agents as his “pimps.”
Millie Bobby Brown and Drake are Golden Globes besties! The “Stranger Things” star posed with the rapper at Netflix’s afterparty, and joked on Instagram that he was her bodyguard for the night. But Millie mingled with a ton of other celebs at the A-list event, too – find out why she’s the official social butterfly […]
James Cameron has spoken out about the alleged sexual assault of then-12-year-old actress Eliza Dushku on the set of his 1994 film, “True Lies” — saying if he had known about it, “there would have been no mercy.” The allegations came over the weekend from the now 37-year-old actress, who says she was molested by…
Kim beamed as she held onto her man, who walked by her side with his now trademark scowl.
USC cornerback Iman Marshall announced Friday he would return for his senior season. Marshall, who has started in the Trojans’ secondary since his freshman season in 2015, had been up in the air about whether to declare for the NFL draft in April. The Trojans have lost three players early to the professional ranks, including […]
Tonya Harding’s representation just took a shot to the knees.
“Family Guy” seems to always be one step ahead of the news — most recently with the wave of sexual predators in Hollywood.