Charlize Theron, Sharon Stone, Rosario Dawson, Emma Roberts, Chris Tucker and Tyrese Gibson attended a VIP screening.
When TV is live anything can happen, especially when musicians are involved.
LOS ANGELES — One didn’t earn a penalty and one did, but two controversial incidents of targeting between UCLA and Hawaii last Saturday might leave the Bruins without two of their starting linebackers for this week’s game against Memphis. Senior Kenny Young, who was forced out of last Saturday’s game after getting leveled on a […]
President Donald Trump has issued a pardon to controversial Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio, who was convicted in July of being in contempt of court after refusing to curtail practices of imprisoning those he suspected of being illegal immigrants. “Arpaio’s life and career, which began at the age of 18 when he enlisted in the military… […]
President Donald Trump hinted strongly Tuesday night that he would grant a presidential pardon to recently convicted former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio during a Phoenix campaign rally. “I’ll make a prediction,” Trump after invoking Arpaio’s name to thunderous applause. “I think he’s going to be just fine. I won’t do it tonight because I… […]
The annual ‘Bachelorette: Men Tell All’ special marked DeMario Jackson’s return since the ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ controversy. Host Chris Harrison speaks to THR. read more
It’s all over — including the shouting.
Public Theater “devotee” Judith avoids politics, but attacks funding cuts for the arts.
What a piece of work is man, indeed!
‘The Bachelorette’s’ controversial contestant Lee Garrett told THR he was thrilled when he knew Rachel Lindsay, the first black lead, was the Bachelorette. read more
Stephen Colbert has addressed the controversial jokes about President Donald Trump that sparked a #FireColbert campaign over the past two days… but stopped short of an apology. “Welcome to ‘The Late Show.’ I’m your host, Stephen Colbert,” he says at the top of Wednesday night’s show, according to a transcript obtained from CBS. “Still? I… […]
Madonna’s own Pepsi ad was pulled in 1989.
Kendall Jenner appeared in a Pepsi ad, and not everyone’s happy about it.
Told Slant won’t perform at the festival over a contract provision stating that immigration agents may be contacted if acts perform “in ways that adversely affect the viability of their official SXSW showcase.” read more