"But don't tell the label..."
"My father used to take me here to come see whatever movie he thought a black father and a black son should come see together."
Spoiler: Mufasa isn't number one.
Sarah Michelle Gellar could have been Cher in Clueless.
The couple famously married in 2015 at Aniston’s Beverly Hills estate, where guests were told the party was to celebrate Theroux’s 44th birthday.
Long live the queen.
Tambor panned the decision, calling the investigation "deeply flawed and biased toward the toxic politicized atmosphere that afflicted our set."
The Best Picture nominee and the erotic trilogy don’t banish the aspirational fairy tale of what happens to women who marry powerful men, but they do both hold it up to a new light. Spoilers below!
Coming from a largely African-American perspective, the creative team behind Black Panther molded Wakanda into a country that spans a continent. (Warning: Light spoilers ahead.)
"You don't want to mislead your kids and say this is never going to happen," Ripa said. "You hope and pray it doesn't happen, but when they are inundated with these images every day, day after day, all the time, you start to feel like a liar."
"You humans have so many emotions! You only need two: anger and confusion!"
Get out your thesaurus for this one.
Time to separate the realists from the romantics.
Season 5 of the original Netflix series will premiere in 2019.
"Queer black characters have been the sidekick for long enough," Waithe said. "It's time for us to finally take the lead.”
Two Charles in Charge actors have now made allegations against Baio. He's denied all the claims, describing them as a "horse and pony show."
Some of the only shows on television to feature butch characters have been canceled or left in limbo, sending the ominous message that masculine women's stories aren't worth telling.
"That was my proudest moment."
"Lupita Nyong'o is one of our heroes. We get to have an amazing opportunity ahead of the rest of the world to say, 'Yeah, we got this.'"
If you don't like spoilers, just a warning: There are many.
Here's everything you need to know about the third episode of Queer Eye.
Payne, who's now 87 years old, has been arrested numerous times for jewelry heists over the past six decades.
The Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators says it cut ties with author Jay Asher after an investigation of sexual harassment. He says he's the one who's being harassed.
Merriam-Webster may be adding "Boy Xena" to the dictionary in 3...2...
"I was born for politics. I have great hair and love lying."
The home's new owners say the mansion has become a "macabre tourist attraction."
"So many little girls are looking at you and saying, 'Oh my gosh, that could be me one day.'"
The complaint — filed against not only Weinstein, but also his brother Robert and the Weinstein Company — could potentially hold up ongoing negotiations for the company's sale.
The Marvel superstar calls Byron Bay home for good reason.
WORST. NEIGHBORS. EVER.
Spoilers (and moments that'll make you sob) ahead!
Are you more Stranger Things or Black Mirror?
Real tears, people. REAL. TEARS.
Just one way to celebrate the great work of the women behind the cameras.
Three more people have accused country music publicist Kirt Webster of sexually harassing employees, putting the number of people who have spoken out at over two dozen. But saying #MeToo has changed little for victims in Nashville.
The Wire creator David Simon tweeted Friday that the 59-year-old actor who played Freddy on House of Cards has died.
The victims’ rights attorney, who is the subject of the new Netflix documentary Seeing Allred, also declined to address Anthony Rapp’s claim to BuzzFeed News that she advised him that it was too risky to come forward about Kevin Spacey.
Your mission, should you choose to accept it...
"I enjoyed High School Musical 4, or as the movie theater apparently called it, The Greatest Showman."