Steve Carell Is Starring In Netflix's New Workplace Comedy About Trump's "Space Force"
No word yet on when the comedy series will premiere, but fans are excited to see The Office team back together.
Here Are All The “Green Book” Controversies From This Awards Season
From Viggo Mortensen using the n-word to writer-producers Peter Farrelly and Nick Vallelonga having to answer for past behavior, the Golden Globe–winning Green Book has brought quite a few awards season scandals with it.
The “Snowflake Generation” Interview Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson Said Was Fake Has Been Taken Down
The controversial story which the actor called "100% fabricated" was wiped from the Daily Star's website Saturday.
Lady Gaga Apologized For Working With Alleged Predator R. Kelly
"I stand behind these women 1000%," Gaga wrote. "The allegations against R Kelly [are] absolutely horrifying and indefensible."
HBO Just Announced The Cast For Its "Game Of Thrones" Prequel
The prequel takes place thousands of years before the events of Game of Thrones and will star Naomi Watts, Josh Whitehouse, and Jamie Campbell Bower.
Kevin Hart Apologized To The LGBTQ Community Again Over His Anti-Gay Tweets
The comedian, who stepped away from hosting the 2019 Oscars after his past anti-gay tweets resurfaced, made another apology to the LGBTQ community on his radio show.
"Vice" Director Adam McKay Breaks Down Actor Jesse Plemons' Shocking Role
The unconventional Dick Cheney biopic comes with an interesting turn from the Game Night star.
Netflix Just Announced "To All The Boys I've Loved Before" Is Getting A Sequel
Netflix also announced that actors Lana Condor and Noah Centineo will be returning.
The Public Drama Between Kanye West And Drake Is Back On Twitter
What started as Drake needing West's approval for a sample turned into claims that the Toronto rapper is threatening West and his family.
A Kiosk At A Taylor Swift Concert Reportedly Used Facial Recognition Technology To Scan For Stalkers
Consumer advocates are warning that the gray area between security and privacy needs to be addressed as the technology spreads.
Tyra Banks Said Her Career Took Some Turns Thanks To Halle Berry, J.Lo, And A Broken Promise
The supermodel turned TV host explained on BuzzFeed News’ Profile that when she tried to emulate Berry and Lopez, the results did not work out in her favor.
Ariana Grande Released A New “Thank U, Next” Behind-The-Scenes Video Complete With A Kim Kardashian West Cameo
The second, more extensive behind-the-scenes video for the “Thank U, Next” shoot also comes complete with a fun story from Grande’s Nickelodeon days.
Kevin Hart Has Stepped Down As Oscars Host After Refusing To Apologize For Anti-Gay Tweets
The comedian's unapologetic response to the uproar over his old tweets only fueled the backlash.
Kevin Hart Is Hosting The 2019 Oscars And People Are Like, "OK, Sure"
In the announcement on his Instagram, the comedian wrote that he knew his time to host would "happen when it's suppose[d] to" and that "now is the time to rise to the occasion."
“Black Lightning” Showrunner Salim Akil Is Being Investigated After Being Accused Of Domestic Violence
Warner Bros. TV is investigating Akil after a woman claimed he physically and sexually abused her, as well as mined elements from a script she gave him to use for his own shows.
YouTube Says Ariana Grande’s “Thank U, Next” Video Just Set A New Record
More than 800,000 people watched Grande’s new music video the second it hit YouTube.
Tyra Banks Claims Producer Jerry Bruckheimer Reneged On Giving Her Another Film Role After "Coyote Ugly"
The supermodel turned TV host told BuzzFeed News’ Profile that in order to convince her to pose for the Coyote Ugly poster, Bruckheimer promised her a role in one of his upcoming movies.
A "Candyman" Sequel Is Coming From Oscar-Winning Writer Jordan Peele And People Are Here For It
Peele cowrote the script for the "spiritual sequel" to the 1992 horror film with Win Rosenfeld.
Amazon Is Making A "Modern Love" Show Featuring Anne Hathaway, Tina Fey, And Others
Based on the popular New York Times column, the anthology series was created by John Carney (Once).
Here's The Story Behind The Song That Propelled Vanellope Of "Ralph Breaks The Internet" Toward Maybe Being A Disney Princess
The lyricists for the Ralph Breaks the Internet song "A Place Called Slaughter Race" break apart how it came together, why they kept in the creepy clowns, if that's Gal Gadot actually singing, and whether Vanellope is a princess yet.