Andy Cohen is the type of interviewer who extracts things from his subjects that no one else does. In this case, what he extracted on Thursday’s episode of Watch What Happens Live was a story about pee. From Shania Twain.
Remember the time Patricia Arquette made Meryl Streep stand up at the Oscar and shout “Yes! Yes!” by talking about ending the gender pay gap in Hollywood? That was over four years ago, and producers are still giving Arquette poor deals and finding new and creative ways to pay her less than her male co-stars.
On Thursday, Director Oliver Stone defended Harvey Weinstein against mounting allegations of harassment and assault, telling the Hollywood Reporter that what he is “going through” is “not easy” either. Stone later dropped that position and recused himself from Guantanamo, a series he was working on with the company,…
Today, we proud members of the Leggings Only community were aghast to learn of United Airlines’ crusade against acceptable pantlessness.
During Sunday night’s Oscars ceremony, the wrong Best Picture winner was called out by presenter Faye Dunaway, a photo of living producer was displayed during the “In Memoriam” segment, and among the notable celebrities who died in the past year missing from that montage were Garry Shandling, Florence Henderson, and…
Jennifer Lopez’s new video for “Ain’t Your Mama” includes the voices of Gloria Steinem, Patricia Arquette and Hillary Clinton speaking about women’s equality. And, according to a new report, it also includes a good deal of product placement—much of which was needed to support Lopez’s expensive vision for the video.
It’s been just about a year since Patricia Arquette made her flawed but incendiary speech about the gender pay gap after winning an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress.
In October 2015, California passed one of the most progressive equal pay laws in America. The California Fair Pay Act mandates equal pay for “substantially similar work,” as well as giving all workers the right compare salaries without retribution from employers. According to Patricia Arquette, the law will have a…
This past February, Patricia Arquette made an impassioned and unforgettable speech at the Oscars about the gender wage gap. At first, she received praise from both peers and fans, then later received backlash after she suggested gay people and people of color start fighting for women’s rights. Now, Arquette is…
Larry Wilmore welcomed a panel of all black women on Thursday night's edition of The Nightly Show to tackle, among other topics, Patricia Arquette's Oscar speech about wage equality.
In troubling internet rumors that won't go away, the chances of a Lupita Nyong'o/Jared Leto courtship is looking more and more like a real possibility. According to sources, Nyong'o "isn't ruling out" a romantic relationship with Leto, but first he has to get his shit together.
Fox News' Stacey Dash thinks Patricia Arquette, winner of the Best Supporting Actress Oscar, should "do her history" before demanding equal rights. Dash will never be in Arquette's position as an award winner so her weighing in is like a mermaid telling me how to walk to work.
After enjoying a brief period of good will following a rousing , Meryl-approved speech about wage equality, Patricia Arquette, who last night won the Best Supporting Actress Oscar for her role in Boyhood, took her feminist cause in an unfortunate (and tired) direction by saying that it's time that gay people and…
Patricia Arquette sobered up real quick and won the Oscar tonight for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in Boyhood. Here's Arquette accepting her award and making a powerful plea for equal pay.
Here's a disheveled and already drunk Patricia Arquette doing an interview with ABC's Lara Spencer right before the start of the 87th Annual Academy Awards. Arquette is nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Boyhood. "That's me!" she says. "I'm one of them. Look at this place. And here I am."
"It's important to me as an actor to be able to make a living (but) I'm going to tell you something—I paid more money to my babysitter and my dog walker than I made on Boyhood," Patricia Arquette, who just won a Golden Globe for her troubles, told WENN.
Saturday night at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, things were hit and miss on the red carpet. There were ensembles that were very good! But there were also some that were very bad. And a few that were terribly ugly. Let's take a look.
Over the weekend in Washington, DC, celebrities converged at the annual White House Correspondents ' Dinner, rubbing elbows with journalists and political types. What does one wear to hear President Obama make jokes about himself? Full-length gowns and bare shoulders.
Maria Shriver has filed for divorce from husband Arnold Schwarzenegger, citing "irreconcilable differences" as the reason for ending their 25-year marriage.