Terrence Howard’s former talent management company claims the actor owes them money and is suing him for allegedly breaking the terms of a verbal contract.
A judge has dismissed a copyright lawsuit from a self-professed “gangsta pimp” who accused 20th Century Fox, Lee Daniels and Terrence Howard of stealing his life story.
In September, Lee Daniels compared Sean Penn’s past with Terrence Howard’s arrest history for assault. Penn countered with a $10 million defamation lawsuit against Daniels’ “unflattering words” and now, citing the First Amendment, the Empire showrunner wants the suit thrown out of court.
Terrence Howard’s messy personal life is going to result in the thing we all really wanted from Empire in the first place: More Taraji P. Henson.
Well, look who we have here.
Weekly-ish, a pre-approved, snap-judged music guide based on our very scientific, non-subjective Yes/No rating system. There's really no debating this, come on, stop.
On Tuesday, Deadline Hollywood's Nellie Andreeva dissected the swell of actors of color in television's casting rooms and leading roles, writing that minorities might be snatching too many jobs. I mean, what are the white actors supposed to do in this kind of climate?
Following the Empire's exhausting finale this week—Yes Boo Boo Kitty slept with ____ and yes, ____ caught them—you can now buy a piece of Cookie Lyon's cat-print-filled wardrobe for yourself. You too can "taste these cookies," if you will. I ranked the items for your viewing and, perhaps, buying pleasure, if…
In the pilot for Empire, Lucious Lyon was pure evil, more of a straight-up villain than an anti-hero. This meant he had a long way to go to be likable. Lucious had the greatest potential character arc and the most tragic flaws to overcome, including homophobia. The writers have so far succeeded in making him one of…
After previewing the sloppy yet moderately intriguing pilot for Empire, a drama about a dysfunctional music-business family, there's one reason I'm giving it a shot. Cookie. Although Terrence Howard is billed as the star (he plays the rotten record label magnate Lucious Lyon), Taraji P. Henson is a bigger draw as the…
Terrence Howard was initially in the running to play the role of Philadelphia civil rights activist Cecil B. Moore in a biopic, tentatively titled American Zealot. But it seems that the actor's penchant for physically abusing women has cost him the job.
Baby wipes enthusiast Terrence Howard was particularly sassy on last night's episode of Watch What Happens Live, where the Best Man Holiday star made super questionable claims about famous women hitting on him and talked major shit on how Robert Downey, Jr. screwed him out of the Iron Man sequels.
At the premiere of The Best Man Holiday, everyone busted out their best jewel-tones and royal reds. Is it just the beginning of November? We're ready to get invited to some super fancy parties with good egg nog.
Robin Thicke made out with Lana Scolaro, that girl he played grab-ass with at a post-VMA party, even though his wife Paula Patton was a few feet away and that's why I'mma take a GOOD GIIIIIIIIIRL.
Now that Katie Holmes and Suri Cruise have been away from the Xenu madness and securely ensconced in the filthy bosom of Manhattan for some time, the 7-year-old child can go about having a totally normal childhood. Which now involves ghost-designing a fashion line that's worth more than Reese Witherspoon's new property
Lil Wayne suffered another seizure after ingesting "high amounts of codeine" and was hospitalized in critical condition earlier today. TMZ currently reports, "We're told Wayne is being given his last rites ... with his family surrounding him to say their goodbyes."
Once again, the stars give us a master-class in looking cool — or ludicrous — in frigid temps.