The ugly legal battle between Johnny Depp and his former managers at The Management Group trudges onward, with the latter amending their complaint to emphasize Depp’s “clear and epic” sense of entitlement. He alone, they say, is responsible for his financial troubles.
Responding to a comment that “reported rapes are the only rapes that count,” 20-year-old Abigail Breslin chronicled in an Instagram post the reasons she decided to not to come forward, and the emotional aftershocks of that traumatic experience.
A petition to get Jesse Williams fired from Grey’s Anatomy is circulating and is just over 4,500 signatures right now. The comments from its supporters are mostly about reverse racism.
When Jesse Williams accepted the Humanitarian Award at the BET Awards on Sunday night, he spoke on behalf of black people and Black Lives Matter in one of the greatest acceptance speeches we’ve heard from a celebrity. Justin Timberlake was certainly inspired, though he should’ve expressed it better.
Summer is almost here, which means soon we’ll be shedding our clothes, winter weight and outdated ideas about race, gender and sexuality. Luckily, our Wokest Baes™ from the month of May are here to get things started with their words of wisdom-type things.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Chrissy Teigen puts things in perspective, Jesse Williams achieves something great and somebody help Demi Lovato out.
This fall, in addition to Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal and How to Get Away With Murder, Shonda Rhimes is launching the show. The Catch stars cutie Damon Dayoub. Additionally, a new light-eyed man named Kendrick Sampson will be seen over on HTGAWM, and a possible new McDreamy is coming to Grey’s Anatomy. As new beautiful…
Your Grey's Anatomy boyfriend Jesse Williams added "hot political activist who chastises CNN while appearing on CNN" to his resume this weekend.
In today's Tweet Beat, Jesse Williams has thoughts about privilege, JC Chasez is wandering around Office Depot and Sarah Michelle Gellar is catching up on The Bachelor.
Much to the dismay of several Jezebel staffers, luminous dreamboat Jesse Williams and his wife Aryn Drake-Lee welcomed a baby girl today. They named her Sadie. She is doubtless incredibly adorable.
Not really. They're both quite chipper. And completely adorable. Sigh.
Last night was the New York premiere of The Butler, the Lee Daniels film about a long-term African-American employee at the White House. Fun fact: The script was written by Danny Strong, aka Jonathan on Buffy and Doyle on Gilmore Girls. But this is a red carpet fashion post and we're here for the clothes, so let's…
Last night the MTV Video Music Awards were held in Los Angeles, and started early. Apparently this was necessary because the President was speaking and it was also Fashion's Night Out. But it resulted in a fashion photo disaster: Celebrities were all dressed up in the middle of the goddamn afternoon, under the harsh…
A Nicki Minaj verse on Lil Wayne's new mixtape Dedication 4 is whipping all the blogs up into an unnecessary frenzy about her political predilections this morning:
Sources claim the studio is very, very close to picking an actor to play Finnick Odair in the Hunger Games sequel Catching Fire. And the names on the short list? Garrett Hedlund, Armie Hammer and Taylor Kitsch.
After the racial brouhaha that surrounded a Hunger Games fan's Tumblr site calling for Jesse Williams to play Finnick, every bigoted fan of the Suzanne Collins trilogy seemed to become a bigtime casting director overnight, suggesting, with varied levels or ardency, Finnicks from across the pallette of tan or tannable…
Central casting has taken wallops from both sides over their various ethnic interpretations of characters from Suzanne Collins' YA dystopian trilogy as they're being converted to the big screen (note: very, very successfully). To be fair, this is complicated particularly because the futuristic setting suggests that…
I went to a screening of The Sisterhood Of The Traveling Pants 2 last night. Know what? It's got some redeeming qualities. I'm not saying it's great, I'm just saying that since every movie ticket you buy is your Hollywood vote for the kind of movies you want to see more of, use your dollars wisely! Hear me out: