The first season of E!’s Hollywood relationship drama “The Arrangement” ended with Megan (Christine Evangelista) emerging from the Institute of the Higher Mind presumably “reprogrammed” but actually just faking it and instead vowing to “burn it down.” When the show returns for its second season, Megan will still want to keep up the ruse so […]
“High&Low The Movie 3/ Final Mission,” the third and final installment in an action trilogy featured the all-male dancing and singing ensemble Exile Tribe, debuted atop the Japanese box office for the Nov. 11-12 weekend. Opening on 318 screens with Shochiku distributing, the film, which is part of a multi-media project that encompasses CDs, live […]
A source told us of the FBI interest in the case, “The feds have an interest in the judge and [her] potential relationships.”
Skeet Ulrich might not be a household name, but his roles tend to permeate the zeitgeist — chances are you know him as the iconic “Scream” villain Billy Loomis or Jake Green from the cult-favorite CBS series “Jericho.” Ulrich, 47, is currently pullling double-duty on two networks: he’s a series regular The CW’s buzzy “Riverdale”…
Churchill, Churchill, Churchill. You’ve got so many great actors playing Britain’s World War II prime minister nowadays, you’d think he was a Kennedy or something. The standout among this year’s crop of Winstons, though, appears to be Gary Oldman’s in “Darkest Hour” (Nov. 22). The veteran English actor – who incidentally portrayed assassin Lee Harvey […]
COSTA MESA — The Chargers are tied for the worst record in the AFC West. But in an NFL season with few dominant teams, they can still make plenty of noise through the final eight weeks. “I like our chances,” Coach Anthony Lynn said Monday, after his team’s bye. “I’d like to be in a […]
Isaac Wright Jr, who was exonerated after spending nine years in prison, is the subject of an upcoming TV series produced by 50 Cent.
‘Good Things Happen Slowly: A Life In and Out of Jazz,’ by Fred Hersch
People quite literally ate it up.
The Tokyo-based post-production group Imagica Corp. is promoting the high definition 8K format. And to prove its point, the company is expanding its role as a producer. Founded in 1935, Imagica was Japan’s oldest film processing studio and has been doing video editing and mixing since 1971, later expanding into post-production. In February 2015, subsidiary […]
One of the Broadway season’s biggest events is trying out at the National Theatre.
The messy reality of military post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is at the heart of “Thank You for Your Service,” a thoughtful drama which sags when it tries to shoehorn its characters into by-the-numbers plot points. Directed by Jason Hall, writer of Clint Eastwood’s “American Sniper,” it’s adapted from journalist David Finkel’s nonfiction account of soldiers…
Dana Carvey was once one of the most popular cast members on Saturday Night Live. He star had risen so high that after leaving the late night sketch series that he launched his own self-titled primetime sketch comedy series on network television. So why did it fail? A new Hulu documentary called Too Funny to […]
“Game of Thrones” star Lena Headey claims Harvey Weinstein sexually harassed her twice. She shared her story on Twitter in a statement that details, in two separate encounters, sexual advances that she rebuffed, leaving Harvey “furious.”
Los Angeles Dodgers’ Yasiel Puig (66) reacts after flying out during the third inning of Game 4 of baseball’s National League Championship Series against the Chicago Cubs, Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017, in Chicago. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum) Chicago Cubs’ Willson Contreras hits a home run during the second inning of Game 4 of baseball’s National League […]
Backstage at “Dancing with the Stars,” Victoria Arlen and Val Chmerkovskiy talk with Access Hollywood’s Scott Evans about their foxtrot, which paid tribute to her regaining the ability to walk after being paralyzed from the waist down for nearly a decade. “Dancing with the Stars” airs Mondays at 8/7c on ABC.
Looks like O.J.’s still got game — and he’s found some women still willing to play.
Future Islands stepped on stage for a third night at Brooklyn Steel to fill the air with poetic songs of nostalgia, yearning and loss.