Happy Friday. You’re welcome.
Happy Friday. You’re welcome.
Because we live in an era where politicians and their ilk openly engage in all kinds of scheming, backstabbing, and bad manners, there’s a lot of pent-up nostalgia for a time when things were good and people did the right thing.
Comedian T.J. Miller spent a good portion of an interview with New York Magazine stressing that he wants to be viewed as a villain of the entertainment world. Mission accomplished!
I first met Issa Rae in 2011 shortly after her web series, The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl, wrapped its first irreverent season. Though we’d never met, we laughed like old friends about everything from dating in L.A. to Idris Elba’s unstoppable swag. At the time, I didn’t know Rae was on the verge of stardom—I…
It’s a shame that the same reporter who sent the tape of R. Kelly allegedly having sex with a minor years ago had to write another piece chronicling the singer’s stomach-churning antics to get people to once again debate the merits of supporting this man. The Buzzfeed expose details R. Kelly’s allegedly abusive…
Let’s stop casting white actors in Asian stories. Let’s get rid of tired racist tropes when we do cast Asian actors in shows and movies. America is changing and it’s about time Hollywood starts to reflect that.
A Muslim veteran of Hollywood has launched a production company with the hopes of creating more nuanced and positive portrayals of Muslims in film and television.
Big Little Lies phenom Nicole Kidman was picking up an award at the Glamour Women of the Year Awards on Tuesday when she dropped this extremely important bombshell:
She has arrived! The long-awaited Wonder Woman movie finally hit theaters this weekend, and Great Hera, did it smash the dang box office.
Recently I was invited to give a TED talk, and I accepted without fully understanding what I was getting myself into. I knew it would be a great opportunity to spread a message around the world, but I wasn’t aware how much work—and stress—would be involved. Nor could I foresee that delivering this talk would be one of…
Saturday Night Live approached its Season 42 finale as if the cast might not have Donald Trump to kick around anymore when the show returns with new episodes in September. While that’s only four months away, in Trump time, that could be an eternity.
The cars in the new film Lowriders, set to be released Friday, may be more impressive than the actual movie.
I have always had a love-hate relationship with reality TV. When it first rose to prominence in the early 2000s, I abstained. To me, TV-watching was escapism; entertainment was a realm of suspended disbelief and aspirational living. Did I really want to watch normal people bungle about on the small screen, only to be…
It’s always good to see comedian Jimmy Fallon back on the set of his old stomping ground at Saturday Night. This weekend, hosting the show’s first coast-to-coast live broadcast, Fallon got to stomping and stepping straight away, turning then SNL set into a giant dance party tribute to the late, great David Bowie.
Alec Baldwin returned to Saturday Night Live this weekend to play his signature role (twice) as President Donald Trump. But he also added a new character this week, skewering the host of Fox News show The Factor, Bill O’Reilly.
The original script for CBS's new sci-fi show Mission Control had lead roles written for a Latinx woman and a black man, but both ultimately ended up going to white actors, The Wrap reported.
“I don’t like the term 'accuracy' unless I’m practicing archery,” cosplayer Geisha Vi said to the snaps of people in the crowd at the third annual Women in Comics Convention in the Bronx. She was dressed in a red-and-orange ombre wig, a purple-and-black jean jacket with bright purple boots, studded fingerless gloves,…
Aaron Sorkin, Academy Award-winning screenwriter of The Social Network and creator of The West Wing, was at a Writer's Guild festival in Los Angeles over the weekend, where he was asked about Hollywood's lackluster levels of inclusion of people who don't look exactly like Aaron Sorkin.
Back in January, producer, rapper, and super chef Makonnen came out as gay in a series of tweets. For some reason, someone asked his “Whip It” collaborators Migos about it, and they literally said the world was “fucked up” for supporting Makonnen, and that his sexuality somehow conflicted with his history of selling…