In a bizarre pair of videos uploaded to her Instagram story Tuesday night, actress Lindsay Lohan surprised her 6 million followers (or perhaps she didn’t surprise them at all) by expressing her support for accused sexual harasser and rapist Harvey Weinstein.
George Clooney directed the Coen Brothers’ script for Suburbicon, and you better believe it’s the story of an ordinary man swept up in a wacky situation out of his control.
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!
When the teaser trailer for director Zhang Yimou’s new movie The Great Wall was released in late July, it stirred the controversy pot into a frothy boil that has spilled over onto Matt Damon’s complacency.
It has recently come to my attention that Matt Damon somehow grew a man bun in a month and I have many, many questions.
Matt Damon and his wife, Luciana Barroso, were unable to use the success of this summer’s Jason Bourne to get their three daughters—Isabella, Gia, and Stella—into St. Ann’s, an exclusive private school (with tuition costing between $36,080 and $42,555 a year per student) in Brooklyn.
Jason Bourne, the fifth film in the franchise and the fourth starring Matt Damon, hits theaters today. The would-be trilogy wrapped up nicely with 2007's The Bourne Ultimatum but of course Hollywood can’t just let a good thing lie. Now, after a sort-of Jason Bourne movie starring not Jason Bourne, we’re back with a…
After four seasons, the latest of which was stained with criticism, Matt Damon and Ben Affleck’s HBO series Project Greenlight has been canceled.
Matt Damon is promoting the fifth Bourne movie (I honestly hope they make a thousand of those things) on the cover of this month’s GQ, and—in a twist—the magazine’s editors chose to interview other people about the actor for their story. Though it marks a full 180 from last month’s considerably more revealing profile…
Variety has done the stats on the new scripted TV shows signed to the Fall 2016-2017 season at ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox and the CW, and the landscape is looking all too familiar: 90% white, and 80% male. The publication writes:
At the Critics’ Choice Awards on Sunday night, Judd Apatow presented Amy Schumer with the MVP Award, but not before taking the opportunity to call out the odd categories at the Golden Globes (The Martian is inexplicably categorized as a comedy, and—“I have an Asian man in my movie, can I be a foreign film now?”). He…
Effie Brown, the independent producer who endured Matt Damon’s rich explanation of diversity on Project Greenlight last fall, has reportedly found a home with Lee Daniels’ production company. Brown, who helped produced 2014's Dear White People, will serve as the outfit’s executive VP of production and development.
I suppose he did the best he could, no?
Matt Damon is gunning for an Oscar for his role in the extremely overrated film The Martian. As part of the song and dance for the Academy, he sat down for an interview to do some damage control regarding the dumb shit he’s said this year.
In what is perhaps the best thing to ever come out of Project Greenlight, Effie Brown is showing how difficult it is to be anything other than a white man working in Hollywood.
Matt Damon just can’t keep his mouth shut lately. The actor, who usually makes headlines because of his ability to stay out of them, has spent the last few weeks making up for lost time. Since mid-September, he’s said one outrageous thing after another—complete with half-formed apologies—all in advance of what…
Matt Damon has responded to controversy over his absurd comments about diversity in Hollywood, while also giving himself a pat on the back.
Last night was the fourth season premiere of HBO’s Project Greenlight—a Matt Damon and Ben Affleck passion project where they give first time filmmakers the chance to make a movie. It also provided a platform for Matt Damon to deliver a masterclass in whitesplaining—a whitesplaining sermon, if you will.
Yesterday it was reported that the LA County Sheriff’s Department would be recommending manslaughter charges against Caitlyn Jenner for her role in the car accident that killed 69-year-old Kim Howe. Turns out, they will be doing no such thing.