Breaking news, Pretty Little Liars fans—and obviously, spoilers, so read no further if you’re not caught up—the latest character to meet his demise is…Dr. Rollins! (If that’s even his real name.) And though we’re glad Alison is now officially out of harm’s way, it seems the girls might be prepping for the next in a
Look, we all know that the American Music Awards is like a PB&J: You’re not going to start your day with one, but when it’s 11:53 P.M., you’re wasted, and the line at Popeye’s is out the door, you will take yourself home and eat a peanut butter and jelly sandwich while watching Cheers on
A second trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi just dropped online, and warning: You’ll want a box of tissues nearby before you watch. That’s because the sneak peek features a look at Carrie Fisher, who died last year at the age of 60, in her final turn as Princess Leia—and while the scenes of
It’s been a brutal few months for celebrity romances. At last count, 11 married or engaged well-known Hollywood couples have called it quits, and it seems like each break-up has been a little harder to handle than the last. Now that the summer is winding down, here’s a look back at the engagement rings (and
In a series of tweets over the weekend, Chrissy Teigen revealed she once had a “jealousy-fueled meltdown” on the set of one of John Legend’s music videos. Here’s how it all went down: When a fan account tweeted a “happy anniversary” to Legend’s song “Green Light,” which came out 10 years ago on Sunday, Teigen
I was already feeling nostalgic today thanks to Megan’s 2003-goodies post. And now Molly Ringwald had to go and sing a cover of the theme song from her 1985 hit The Breakfast Club, the Simple Minds’ “Don’t You (Forget About Me).” Amazing. That’s it; somebody cue up the time machine ’cause I’m like, so over
Two thousand seventeen was an excellent year for women in film, and this was represented in the nominees at the 2018 Oscars. Rachel Morrison became the first woman in history to score a nod for Best Cinematography (Mudbound). Greta Gerwig was nominated for Best Director (Lady Bird), the fifth woman to ever receive this honor.
The 2017 Emmy Awards is shaping up to be a great night: Laura Dern won Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series for Big Little Lies, Donald Glover took home a directing nod for Atlanta, and Sean Spicer popped out on stage—with his White House podium—and left everyone, especially Melissa McCarthy, shook. But one of