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Why Is Adele’s Las Vegas Residency in Limbo, and Can She Still Pull It Out of the Bag? 10 Burning Questions

Not every Las Vegas residency has to be a cast-of-dozens, song-and-dance extravaganza, although most obviously are. When Garth Brooks settled into a five-year residency at the Wynn that…

‘We knew Louie was cool’: How Louie Anderson was cast in ‘Coming to America’

Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall said the studio forced them to cast a white actor in 1988’s “Coming to America” — and they chose Louie Anderson.

‘Suicide Squad,’ ‘Coming 2 America’ and ‘Eyes of Tammy Faye’ Lead Make-Up Artists and Hair Stylists Guild Nominations (EXCLUSIVE)

“The Suicide Squad,” “The Eyes of Tammy Faye,” “Coming 2 America” and “House of Gucci” lead the ninth annual Make-Up Artists and Hair Stylists Guild nominations (IATSE Local…

Hollywood hypocrites cancel Golden Globes – but put Armie Hammer in new film

Virtue-signaling Hollywood’s selective outrage — cancel the Golden Globes but give Armie Hammer a pass — is so pathetically transparent.

The Golden Globes’ weirdest nominations of all time

It’s a cherished American tradition: Once a year, we come together to question the integrity and taste of the Golden Globe Awards.

Marilyn Bergman, Oscar-Winning Lyricist of ‘The Way We Were,’ Dies at 93

Marilyn Bergman, the Oscar-, Emmy- and Grammy-winning songwriter whose lyrics written with her husband, Alan Bergman, graced such hits as “The Way We Were,” “The Windmills of Your…

Jack White Premieres Live Video, Offers Details About Coming Twin Albums and Tour

Jack White hasn’t talked much publicly about his forthcoming pair of new albums — “Fear of the Dawn,” out April 8, and “Entering Heaven Alive,” due July 22…

Remembering Peter Bogdanovich, a Storyteller Who Kept Old Hollywood’s Memory Alive

Peter Bogdanovich was born too late, but also at just the right time. The 82-year-old film critic, historian, advocate and maker, who died Thursday, first blinked his eyes…

ABC’s ‘Women of the Movement’ Takes on the Emmett Till Case, and a Black Mother’s Grief That Remains Too Familiar: TV Review

The further history gets from us, the easier it becomes to dismiss it as some far-flung past when, in fact, it remains all too relevant to our present.…

Mariah Carey and Adele Keep Their Singles and Album Crowns in First Charts of 2022

The first U.S. chart news of 2022 finds that we haven’t actually gone out with the old and in with the new. Adele comes into the year still…

Standby to star: Meet the understudies and swings saving Broadway

With Omicron surging in New York, understudies, standbys and emergency last-minute fill-ins are the glue keeping Broadway from falling apart.

‘Women of the Movement’ co-star Glynn Turman on Emmett Till’s powerful legacy

Glynn Turman stars opposite Tony Award-winner Adrienne Warren in the six-episode ABC series “Women of the Movement,” based on the true story of Mamie Till-Mobley (Warren), who fought for justice for her son, Emmett Till, igniting the Civil Rights movement. Emmett was 14 in August 1955 when he was kidnapped from his great-uncle’s house, tortured…