Mariah Carey is a real person. She is a sentient human woman with a fully functioning body and mind. She can move around in physical space with relative ease. She can express herself through song and non-verbal communication. She feels love. She feels loss. She knows her. She doesn’t know her. She lives on the same…
Actress, director, and humanitarian Angelina Jolie recently spoke to BBC World News about her new film First They Killed My Father. During the interview (her first since filing for divorce from Brad Pitt last September), she had this to say about their relationship:
Way back in 2003, after Nicole Kidman extricated herself from the grip of her mirthless marriage to Tom Cruise, she dated Lenny Kravitz. The relationship ended, she found Keith Urban and everyone went on their merry way. But they weren’t just dating —they were actually engaged. What! Really?
I assume you know by now that Beyoncé is pregnant with twins. (If you’re just now learning the news, allow me to welcome you to planet Earth.) She is also slated to perform at Coachella in April, and perform she will — probably.
Johnny Depp, whose descent from generally beloved superstar to accused domestic abuser and disheveled, potentially penniless wino happened seemingly almost overnight, is reportedly adding a new character trait to his increasingly bizarre repertoire: eccentric recluse!
The breathless speculation over what does or does not reside in Amal Clooney’s womb has ramped up, thanks to the Daily Mail, who speculates that Clooney is indeed “pregnant with twins,” unnecessary scare quotes and all.
In 2011, Natalie Portman and Ashton Kutcher starred in No Strings Attached, a romantic comedy about what happens when a man and a woman try to have sex and be friends without complicated Feelings getting in the way. Can you guess who made more money?
Kim Kardashian West—or maybe just Kim Kardashian, or maybe Kim Kardashian [peach emoji], or maybe just Kim—posted her first selfie of the year Wednesday night on Snapchat. But the image was a bigger deal than her caption (“first selfie of 2017 w my mama”) suggested. This was Kim’s first published selfie since being…
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, two talented B-listers who successfully conned the world into thinking they’re A-listers, are getting divorced. I know you know about this. We all know about this. News of their uncoupling came closer to breaking the internet than Kim Kardashian’s bare ass ever could, but what I found to…
Welcome to Midweek Madness, where we cure ourselves of Senioritis with a dose of penicillin and get back to business. This week, Amal Clooney is pregnant with a girl, Jessica Biel is pregnant with twins, and Blake Shelton is pregnant...with racism!
In a move that automatically and unconsciously forced me to compare a Real Housewives of New Jersey star to Bette Davis in every Bette Davis movie cliché, Teresa Giudice stormed of the set of an interview with Access Hollywood Live after one of the hosts brought up her husband’s hypothetical but possible future…
On Sunday, March 27, Bernie Sanders spoke about campaign finance on CNN’s “State of the Union” Sunday, referring to George Clooney’s upcoming fundraiser for Hillary Clinton as “obscene.” Guests at the April 15 event will pay as much as $353,400 for two seats at the event.
Rihanna and George Clooney stopped by The Ellen Show and played a delightful and slightly scandalous game of Never Have I Ever. Things didn’t get as juicy as one might hope because, after all, it is daytime television and Ellen, but the video is highly entertaining nonetheless.
George Clooney has jumped into the conversation surrounding the embarrassing lack of diversity in this year’s Oscar pool specifically as well as in Hollywood in general.
One day after a study revealed that women directors accounted for just nine percent of Hollywood’s top films, Jodie Foster has released a trailer for her upcoming film Money Monster, starring Julia Roberts’ pursed lips and George Clooney’s terrified face.
Welcome to Midweek Madness, where we suddenly start thinking about how much candy we’ve eaten over the past few weeks, get freaked out for the sake of our teeth, decide it’s time to start reading tabloids to get our mind off tooth decay, find three of the magazines, have trouble obtaining Star, and just sort of go…
Looks like what George Clooney said about male movie roles easily being switched to female is putting some things into action. An all-female remake of his 2001 hit, Ocean’s Eleven, has been confirmed with Clooney’s pal, Sandra Bullock, as the lead.
Our Brand is Crisis, brought to you by the producers of Argo, stars Sandra Bullock playing another white savior type, this time as a US political envoy tasked with the glorious mission of literally SAVING Bolivia, even though—oopsies!!!—she doesn’t speak Spanish! Haha!! GOOD ONE, TRAILER.