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'Roma' and 'The Favourite' lead 91st Academy Awards nominations

(LOS ANGELES) -- The 2019 Oscar nominations were announced this morning by Tracee Ellis Ross and Kumail Nanjiani, live from from the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills, California. Alfonso Cuarón's Roma and Yorgos Lanthimos' period piece The Favourite led the pack with 10 nominations apiece. Black Panther also surprised,…... Read More

Amanda Seales breaks down misconceptions about MLK and why his approach was needed

(NEW YORK) -- As Amanda Seales gears up for the premiere of her first comedy special on HBO, the Insecure star is also weighing in on the significance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day and what people often get wrong about the legendary civil right leader. Seales, who has a…... Read More

Michael C. Hall to star in Super Bowl Skittles ad, to be performed as a live Broadway musical

(NEW YORK) -- Skittles is taking its Super Bowl ad to the next level with the help of Michael C. Hall and the Great White Way. The Dexter actor is starring in Skittles Commercial: The Broadway Musical, an ad set to be performed in front of a live audience, airing…... Read More

Matthew McConaughey took his son to a BTS concert and had “a blast”

(LOS ANGELES) -- Matthew McConaughey is a newly minted member of the BTS Army. During his appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show Monday, the actor says he got his 10-year-old son Levi tickets to the see the K-pop boy band and ended up having “a blast” at the show. "Levi wanted…... Read More

Donald Trump ends shutdown for hamberders in 'SNL' game of 'Deal or No Deal'

(NEW YORK) -- The first Saturday Night Live of the new year opened with President Donald Trump playing a game of Deal or No Deal -- in a bid to end the longest government shutdown in history. "We decided to do this in the only format you understand: a TV…... Read More

'Glass' scares up $40.58 million opening to top MLK weekend box office

(HOLLYWOOD) -- Glass fell short of expectations, but still managed to top the Martin Luther King Jr. weekend box office with and estimated $40.58 million between Friday and Sunday. The the third and final installment in M. Night Shyamalan's Unbreakable series, which stars Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson and James McAvoy…... Read More

"Holmes & Watson," "Gotti," President Donald Trump among nominees for 2019 Razzie Awards

(HOLLYWOOD) -- The Oscar nominations come out tomorrow, which means today, it's the nominations for the Razzies. The Razzies -- or Golden Raspberry Awards, officially -- celebrate the very worst in movies for the past year, and among the nominees is President Donald Trump. The Leader of the Free World…... Read More

Alan Alda on living with Parkinson’s disease: "I just try to make the best of what's in front of me"

(NEW YORK) -- Ahead of receiving the the Life Achievement Award at the upcoming Screen Actors Guild Awards on Jan. 27, former M*A*S*H star Alan Alda has given an upbeat interview to People. The 82-year-old actor, who was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease almost four years ago, admits that at first,…... Read More

Post-'Game of Thrones': Kit Harrington has Jon Snow's crypt statue and Sophie Turner has cleaner hair

(LONDON) -- If you watched one of the latest teasers for the final season of Game of Thrones, you'll have seen Jon Snow, Sansa Stark and Arya Stark all confronting statues of themselves inside the Stark family crypt. Creepy as it might be, Kit Harrington, who plays Jon, says he's…... Read More

Noomi Rapace is back to kick butt as a bodyguard in new Netflix thriller 'Close'

(NEW YORK) -- Actress Noomi Rapace is no stranger to playing strong women: She played super-tough hacker Lisbeth Salander in three films based on Stieg Larsson's Girl with the Dragon Tattoo series.  But she admits even she wasn't prepared for what she'd have to do to prepare for her latest…... Read More

HBO's 'Crashing' promises more stand-up and social commentary in season three

(NEW YORK) -- HBO’s Crashing, inspired by the life of comedian Pete Holmes, is back for more stand-up this weekend…and maybe a little social commentary on the side. The third season of the series, which premieres on Sunday, promises to not only document Holmes and his peers’ ongoing struggle to…... Read More