Finding Dory, the Finding Nemo sequel starring a forgetful fish voiced by Ellen DeGeneres, is on track to have the year’s second biggest opening weekend. You all love it, the talking fish.
The one thing that Dory remembers is that she can’t remember. During a flashback in Finding Dory, Pixar’s follow-up to 2003's Finding Nemo, we discover it was always this way, via a baby Dory with thick eyelids and red eyes that made her look like the cutest widdle stonder who ever took bong rips through gills. “I…
Drake and his unfortunately beardless face appears on The Ellen Show today to talk about his “intense” Saturday Night Live experience and how he and Rihanna are just friends. He also played a quick “Never Have I Ever” game with Jared Leto.
Following complaints, Gap, Inc. has deleted a tweet advertising Ellen DeGeneres’ GapKids X ED clothing line with an image featuring child acrobats Le Petit Cirque. Critics claim the photo—depicting four girls—uses the lone black model as a passive prop, while the other models appear active.
During a Reddit AMA, actor Johnathan Schaech (Jimmy from That Thing You Do!) discussed the period in the mid nineties when he was rumored to be dating the then-closeted Ellen DeGeneres.
On TV at least, the flirty chemistry between Marcia Clark and Christopher Darden appears undeniable. Tuesday night’s episode of The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story brought the pair even closer, but was there really a relationship or not?
The latest half-grown human the Twitter gods have decreed us mortals to honor with laurels woven from hashtags and Vines is named Daniel. He appears to be the spawn of Zack Morris. He wears white shoes. These shoes are called Vans. They are “sweet.” And now the sweet and these Vans and their wearer are on Ellen. Damn.
Obama made an appearance on The Ellen Show on February 12, and things got a a bit emotional. It started with Ellen telling the President that she can’t thank him enough for what he’s done for the gay community. Hold up, girl, Obama thinks he should be thanking you.
On Thursday, Ellen Degeneres appeared via video conference to the students and staff at Spain Elementary-Middle School in Detroit, a school beset by poor funding and abysmal conditions, to announce a surprise donation of $500,000.
Welcome to Midweek Madness, where we find ourselves reading 30-year-old love letters written by Tom Cruise to his ex-girlfriend twice in a row for some reason. This week, Ellen DeGeneres and Scott Disick could very easily be dying, Ben Higgins could very easily be the most boring person on the planet, and Duchess Kate…
Gather around children, and allow John Krasinski to tell you, with charm enough to render us all unconscious, about his uncomfortable experience attending the Golden Globes stag.
Ellen Degeneres’ interview/hangout with Hillary Clinton is set to air Monday afternoon, and from the brief teasers we’ve been given so far, it is evident that Clinton has been dutifully pursuing her M.S. in millennial culture.
On Wednesday afternoon, everyone’s favorite grouchy grandfather Bernie Sanders trudged onto the stage of Ellen, for a segment in which he attempted to appeal to voting ineligible children and their mothers.
Politicians have started doing this thing where they do what teenagers do to win attention and honestly that is crazy because politicians are not teenagers and when they do these things it’s uncomfortable for everyone.
Caitlyn Jenner spoke to Ellen about her perspective on gay marriage, and it’s not what one might expect.
Lots of people made a point of spending lots of money to watch (either in person or on TV) the “fight of the century” last night. Beyoncé decided to roll up looking like a dime and basically just win life.
"Make Our Own Way" by Los Angeles duo Little Brutes has been on heavy personal rotation since their Desire EP dropped in January: it's gumption and self-determination interpreted through simple pop lines, minimal handclaps and tambourines. It's also on heavy TV rotation, as the theme song for the new NBC sitcom One…
It's 25 degrees in New York again, on a Monday, which means I've reluctantly climbed back inside the makeshift silk cocoon in my apartment. Luckily, this video of a mom and her daughter dancing to Beyoncé's "7/11" has temporarily warmed my heart.