After watching his 74-video course called “Edfluence” on how to become a social media star, I have come away with a very different opinion. Jake Paul is a genius. An evil genius that should not be celebrated or rewarded, but feared.
The allegation that Allen assaulted his 7-year-old daughter has been known for 25 years. So why are actors distancing themselves from Allen's work now?
She also broke "First We Feast" traditions by bringing in a double to help her handle the hottest wings.
Warning: this song will be stuck in your head for the foreseeable future upon listening.
Honoring the actors and actresses who have turned making objectively bad movies for objectively large wages into an art form.
Last night on "The Late Late Show with James Corden," Steve Bannon finally revealed the many secrets he's been hiding for all of these months.
We loved Daniel Kaluuya in Jordan Peele's 2017 horror masterpiece, but we're most surprised by the fact that he's British.
The man who's become late night's conscience talks about the awkwardness of shedding tears on TV, hosting the Oscars in the era of bad men, and the honor in having a small penis.
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They won't follow the rules. They will make it deeply inappropriate.
After a year of changes, the quietly commanding former casting director embarks on a new life.
Who knew that being told she was a year younger than she thought would elicit such a positive reaction?
Keith Jackson, who was the folksy uncle of sportscasters, dropping in for decades to weave stories during Saturday afternoon college football games on ABC, has died.
Jameela Jamil was no stranger to TV, but she'd never acted. And when she landed the role of upper-crust punching bag Tahani al-Jamil on "The Good Place," she found herself learning from the best: Ted Danson and his fart noises.
Gal Gadot and Jimmy Fallon face off against Patty Jenkins and The Roots' Tarik Trotter.
Serena Williams, Vogue’s February 2018 cover star discusses her difficult delivery for the first time and when she hopes to make her triumphant return to tennis.
This feels like a setup to some goofy movie. It's gotta be, right? "School of Polka"? "Tenacious D and the Accordion of Destiny"? "Kung Fu Polka"? It's gotta be something...
"If you're willing," says the Fresh Air host, "you can get an interview to a pretty real emotional place."
In the movie, "I, Tonya," the disgraced figureskater looks back on the 1994 Nancy Kerrigan scandal and her struggles to tell her side of the story.
"If I've done something wrong, I will fix it. I have to."
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