The 19th annual Cape Cod film event also honored Sofia Coppola, Chloe Sevigny and Aubrey Plaza, while the first feature awards went to ‘Brigsby Bear’ and ‘Suzanne Bartsch: On Top.’ read more
Bill Maher on Friday again apologized for his use of the “n” word on “Real Time with Bill Maher” last week, engaging in a conversation about race with author Michael Eric Dyson. “I want you to school me. I did a bad thing,” Maher said at the start of the talk, adding that it was… […]
The BBC’s coverage averaged 10.9 million viewers and peaked with an audience of 14.5 million. read more
The venue where the film screened was evacuated before the start of the movie by director Taylor Sheridan.
James Comey’s firing was no laughing matter to Stephen Colbert — but his audience thought otherwise. The funnyman appeared flummoxed Tuesday night by his “Late Show” crowd’s jubilant reaction to the news that President Trump gave the FBI Director a pink slip. “Huge story that broke just minutes ago, less than 10 minutes ago. FBI…
He’ll also exec produce the scripted comedy from Primary Wave Entertainment and Fabrik Entertainment. read more
“Why is this happening?” wailed one attendee.
Week-to-week, his Fox News audience is up 20 percent. read more
The music at the Dock 5 nightclub was good, but the dance-party concept was not.
Only 3.9 million people watched the broadcast of the event as opposed to 6.6 million a year ago. read more
Raoul Peck’s Oscar-nominated documentary on James Baldwin and a drama about life in a Syrian war zone and were the most popular titles among moviegoers at the Berlin festival. read more
From James Corden’s mom kissing Nick Jonas to Laverne Cox and Beyoncé fangirling over each other, here are the most exciting unseen moments from the 2017 Grammy Awards at Los Angeles’ Staples Center on Sunday, February 12. Click through to see all the best pics from backstage and in the audience!