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Michelle Yeoh makes history, Rihanna’s on the EGOT trail, but the Academy still took one big step backward.
Apparently, the show must go on.
The ex-Nickelodeon star talks about his film Door Mouse, avoiding Hollywood’s identity trap, and the relentless anxiety of trying to find your purpose.
Chloe Flower deserved exactly none of the hate she got during the awards show.
The Alice, Darling star opened up about her mental health in a new interview.
Apparently, Hollywood dynasties are just like family plumbing businesses.
It was a legendary teachable moment.
“I’ve seen the biggest hissy fits thrown on set.”
Bratton learned filmmaking as a gay Black man in the Marines. Then he made a movie about it.
The planet is burning, but these films will help you find purpose in action.
Not everyone is thrilled about 'Reflect,' Disney's new short animated film.
Watch the star with his therapist in the Stutz trailer.
The Only Murders in the Building star released the trailer for her upcoming documentary, My Mind & Me.
“It’s over for wokecels,” the user’s caption read.
The director said he was excited about more opportunities for Black creators, but expressed reservations about who is actually qualified for the seats getting filled.
After days of jokes and memes, the alleged spitter himself joined in on the fun.
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Years after his nude photos were splattered across the internet without his consent, ‘Wizards of Waverly Place’ star Dan Benson reclaimed his agency.
The One Tree Hill stars say they were forced to participate.
"Hurt people hurt people."
She just can’t stop making history.
“They’re not going to do the show,” an insider told Page Six.
An old scene from the Boy Meets World spinoff is going viral on TikTok.
She's been speaking out about her experiences as a child actor.
“Congrats on forcing an 18 year old to out himself,” the Heartstopper star wrote.
True fans can’t stop analyzing when the episode ends.
"I'm going to be on his show on Wednesday, so I might punch him in the face. I don't know, we’ll see what happens.”
From Jimmy Kimmel playing dead to Kenan and Kel reuniting, it was an action-packed night.
The BET docuseries further legitimizes the producer/exec’s legendary run, but comes short of the redemption arc that he’d hope for.
Is it an earnest attempt to fight racist trolls, or a sinister bid to bully legitimate criticism?