Relevant to the interests of both Roald Dahl fans and anybody dying to see Wolf Hall star Mark Rylance as a computer-generated giant with large ears, it’s the full trailer for Disney’s adaptation of The BFG!
The film adaptation of Roald Dahl’s The BFG—one of the greatest children’s books of all time—is headed for the big screen in 2016. The first official trailer takes a dark approach, showing young heroine Sophie creeping around her orphanage at the witching hour and being snatched from her bed by the hand of a (big)…
Halle Berry is set to star in the Steven Spielberg-produced TV show, Extant. It'll premiere on CBS next summer, and will be about an astronaut (played by Berry) who returns home from a year-long solo mission in space and tries to reconnect to her life on Earth. But it's even more dramatic than all that because "her…
Except that it's not about Sally Ride — but it's about a woman in space and so the headline still stands.
EMPTY WOMB ALERT!!! Responding to aggressive tabloid rumors that Bey-Bey was sporting a brand new bay-bay bump, Jay-Z released a definitive statement. Because it is totally definitely obviously 900% our business what's going on inside a complete stranger's uterus!
After being rushed to the hospital Tuesday, and then again last night, über-enceinte Reese Witherspoon is still pregnant, but totally fine. However, Tuesday's visit involved "complications" with the pregnancy, according to the source, making Witherspoon and husband Jim Toth very nervous. The baby is due in September,…
Kim Klardashiurn is honored to be boyfriend Kanye West's "perfect bitch," which is the title of a new song he wrote about her, Tweeted about having written about her, and promptly deleted.
PARIS, FRANCE - OCTOBER 22: Kathleen Kennedy (L) and Steven Spielberg (R) attend 'TINTIN: The Secret Of The Unicorn' World Premiere at Le Grand Rex on October 22, 2011 in Paris, France. (Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images)
Nicki Minaj and her entourage were kicked out of a five-star hotel for causing a ruckus. What did they expect? Everybody knows she's a motherfucking monster.
Says the Daily Beast, "would-be stalkers are often particularly transfixed by women who appear regularly on TV, playing emotionally vulnerable working women, not in stable relationships-characters with 'strength but also an affectional hunger.'" In other words, rom-com heroines?