The actress earned praise for her feminist speech during the awards show, but her follow-up remarks left people upset. On Monday morning, Arquette stood by what she said in the press room, despite backlash. (UPDATED)
From Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen movies to Best Picture winners to Buffy characters and episodes, here are BuzzFeed Entertainment’s rankings from 2014. Ironically, these are presented in no particular order.
Welcome to Stiefvater’s world, where sleeping kings, a family of psychics, and best friends find their home in Virginia.
Let’s go on a trip to Neverland, in which Neverland is the land of never being sober during NBC’s second annual live musical event.
Jessie Mueller, the Tony Award-winning star of Beautiful: The Carole King Musical performs “Where You Lead” exclusively for BuzzFeed with guitarist Dillon Kondor. Happy Gilmore Girls on Netflix Day!
BuzzFeed premieres the second track from the pop punk hero’s latest project.
Members of the theater, TV, and movie communities posted in memory of Broadway legend Stritch, who died Thursday at 89.
The author of last year’s acclaimed Eleanor and Park talks to BuzzFeed about the the soundtrack to her prose and shares an annotated playlist for her newest novel, Landline.
Watch the If/Then stars record their sweet love ballad exclusively on Buzzfeed.
Twelve writers talk about the stories that sparked their lifelong love affair with books.
The acclaimed revival of the show won four Tony Awards on Sunday. Now hear the official cast recording for the first time, only on BuzzFeed.
From hopping and rapping Hugh Jackman to Hedwig and Carole King. Ranked from worst to best.
On which side do you stand in the Battle of the Books?
Everyone on stage who made us swoon during the 2013-2014 season.
Give them the old razzle dazzle, indeed.
There’s no love like the first.
I know it’s not cool to admit this. But Rachel turns anything into sonic gold.
I dare you to stay still. BuzzFeed premieres the Genie’s showstopper, plus a new Aladdin and Jasmine duet, “A Million Miles Away,” from the Original Broadway Cast Recording of Aladdin.
Instead of all of the tears, you could have had… narco-terrorists! Spoiler alerts, obviously.