Lisa Bonet is as cool at 50 as she was at 25.
“Justice League” star Amber Heard opened up to Allure about her choice not to define her sexuality and the Hollywood naysayers who warned her about making her love life public.
Apple has a long road ahead if it wants to compete with the likes of Netflix, and exclusive original content is the best way to get customers on board, but the company has made it clear that some of the most popular shows on TV today — like Game of Thrones and The Walking Dead…
“Sticky Fingers” looks at the storied magazine and its sometimes troubled co-founder.
Consider me “pretty, pretty bored” with the return of “Curb Your Enthusiasm” after Larry David’s self-imposed six-year hiatus. Yes, “Curb’s” theme music is still obsessively catchy — so there’s that — but I’ve found the new season’s first three episodes grating and forced in a been there, done that kind of way — with some…
Sean Baker’s follow-up to the acclaimed “Tangerine” shines a light on an unseen side of homelessness.
Perry, Richie and Bryan are the new judges on the show.
“I don’t think he’ll learn any kind of lesson,” she told us after Weiner was hit with 21 months for sexting with a teen.
Jimmy Kimmel’s crusade against the newly proposed health care bill continued for a third straight night.
Heidi Klum got ready to go to the 2017 Emmy Awards with Access Hollywood’s Scott Evans and it went from popping bottles to discussing how she solves for wardrobe malfunctions, to how she balances her busy life to a serious dance party. Plus, what Scott accidentally did to her gorgeous Emmy gown!
The singer says she’ll discuss the matter in a new documentary.
Reese Witherspoon doesn’t need you to like her.
It has a 94 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes. It’s the first feature film directed by proven hitmaker Steven Soderbergh (“Erin Brockovich,” the “Ocean’s 11” series, “Magic Mike”) since 2012. It stars A-listers Channing Tatum and Daniel Craig. In the weeks leading up to its release, Soderbergh enjoyed glowing profiles with The New York Times,…
“I’m so used to me-me-me, taking care of my health, my body, my career. I always ask, Am I going to be good enough?” she said.
Halfway through its 12th season, “America’s Got Talent” is doing something extremely rare for a veteran show (regardless of genre). It’s actually gaining viewers. The NBC series, which premiered back in 2006 (with host Regis Philbin), is averaging 13 million viewers since its May 30 season premiere as it heads into its live shows (Tuesday…
When Daniel Day-Lewis, the greatest screen actor of his generation, announced this week that he would be retiring from acting, I had the same initial thought that, I assume, most everyone else did. After a few befuddled seconds of “Why?” I prayed that his announcement wasn’t the euphemism for a health crisis. Once I decided that… […]
Jeff Weiner told Gayle King he doesn’t believe rumors that Sheryl Sandberg will be Uber’s next CEO.
Katy Perry said her former flame Diplo was good in bed — but the DJ doesn’t even remember a night of passion with the singer.
Jake Weary is only 27 — but he’s already quit show business once. When he was 14 years old, the “Animal Kingdom” star had a role on “As the World Turns” as gay teenager Luke Snyder. “I was basically flunking out of school because I was working three days out of the week,” he says….