Cary Fukunaga’s dark comedy Maniac is coming to Netflix in September. How much do you know about it?
Superbad super fans, rejoice—Jonah Hill and Emma Stone will return to the same cinematic universe this September in a Netflix black comedy called Maniac. But what is it?
At long last, on Tuesday, Netflix announced that actor Danny Masterson, whom four women have accused of rape, is being written off his Netflix series The Ranch, in other words, he’s been fired.
You may have already seen the trailer for Charlize Theron’s latest film, Atomic Blonde—it’s gritty, impudent, and impossibly sexy. And because the trailer incorporates shots of Theron’s character romping in bed with a French operative, played by Sofia Boutella, everybody is very excited to ask the star about lesbian…
In an incident on French television while promoting War Dogs on Friday, Jonah Hill, an actor with teeth like the keys of a piano, cancelled all of his appearances in France after a comedian made what is arguably a pretty dumb joke.
Leonardo DiCaprio’s bestie Jonah Hill appeared on The Tonight Show on Tuesday and recalled the time he mistakenly emailed Drake a list of what he ate that day.
On Monday afternoon, two-time Academy Award nominee Jonah Hill (typing that always makes my heart race) was having a phone conversation on a Manhattan sidewalk when he was approached by a rabid fan wielding an iPhone.
For those have you who have been yearning for more lady versions of dude-centric comedies, here’s some interesting news: Sony is making a female version of 21 Jump Street. Even better, they’ve hired two writers from Broad City—Lucia Aniello and Paul Downs—to pen the script.
Dogged by cheating rumors ever since ElevatorGate (and by Bey's own doing with that Resentment lyric change), Beyoncé, Jay Z and Blue Ivy put on a united front by posting a photo of them visiting Kara Walker's provocative exhibit in Williamsburg (after the jump). Bey and Blue wore matching dresses, which—aww.
Jonah Hill openly addressed and apologized for the homophobic remarks he was caught on camera hurling at a photographer this week.
In today's Tweet Beat, Lance Bass fashion polices Jonah Hill, Gilles Marini also loved Rihanna's CFDA Awards dress and Chris O'Dowd's relationship to James Franco has a historical precedent.
The Tonight Show and Jimmy Fallon brought back their epic #hashtag skit, this time with Jonah Hill filling in for Justin Timberlake. Once again demonstrating how ridiculous we sound when we abuse hashtags. #HASHTAGKNOCKITOFFALREADYGUYS
There was a lot of broing out last night on SNL, from Leonardo DiCaprio ambushing Jonah Hill during the monologue, to Michael Cera gently cupping Jonah Hill's testicles during a Her parody. It was all great fun, and no testicles were harmed in the making of the sketch (though Michael Cera's credibility as an…
Robert Pattinson tooled around Los Feliz in his pickup truck with a ping-pong table in the back and It-girl/Elvis Presley's granddaughter Riley Keough — who is also a friend of Kristen Stewart's — in the passenger seat. Like the beginning of a Taylor Swift song, isn't it?
Downtown mainstay, (excellent) actress and sartorial pioneer Chloë Sevigny hates to sound like an old fuddy-duddy, but she really wants you to pull your tiny denim shorts out of your crack and study for your SATs.
Amanda Bynes is threatening to sue In Touch for running "fake" photos of herself along with the exclusive interview she gave them: possibly part of a new game show called That's Not My Flophouse! Take my wife! Please!
So Nick Cannon and Mariah Carey had a totally low-key renewal of their wedding vows. Cannon and #dembaby Moroccan were dressed as Disney princes while Mimi and #fembaby Monroe were in princess garb. It was grillions of dollars, in Disneyland, they Vined the shit out of it, and invited Entertainment Tonight. Some…
As the Rihanna bacchanal—Rihacchanal?—known as the Diamonds tour continues to suffer under the weight of four concert cancellations (Boston, March 10; Baltimore, March 12; Houston, April 15; Dallas, April 16) and late publicity appearances, the rumor mill was fed by her paparazzi-snapped exit from a Beverly Hills…
Eddie Cibrian and LeAnn Rimes are trying to sell a sitcom based on their life together. Various sources say: "They would play versions of themselves, kind of like on Curb Your Enthusiasm. [...] "They've met with a few networks.. Nothing is finalized yet, but they're seeing where the show could go."
Say goodbye to sadsacky-turned-sexier Zuckerbergian Charlie, Marnie's (Allison Williams') chewtoy on Girls (have you guys even heard of this show? Because like NOBODY talks about it). Actor Christopher Abbott and the Prince mustache he sports in his downtime have "abruptly" departed from the HBO show shortly after …