MoviePass is reportedly preventing some of its subscribers from buying tickets to Jennifer Lawrence’s new action movie, seemingly as part of a negotiation strategy with the film industry. In this case, MoviePass users on Twitter have reported running into trouble trying to see Red Sparrow, which is blacked out in the MoviePass mobile app in some markets with a message that reads, “This movie is not supported by MoviePass.”
'Black Panther' director Ryan Coogler tweeted a touching thank you note to fans on Tuesday, celebrating the film's immense success to date.
Following a social media death hoax that lasted all afternoon, Sylvester Stallone proved he was still among the living Monday evening in an Instagram video.
Gigi Hadid has responded to body shamers who criticised her for looking too skinny during New York Fashion Week. The model said she has Hashimoto's disease, an autoimmune condition that can affect the body.
At least half a dozen Star Wars movies and TV shows are planned for the next several years. Here's a rundown of all of them.
Since Saturday morning when The New York Times published Uma Thurman’s depiction of assault at the hands of Harvey Weinstein, the writer/director most closely associated with her biggest successes has been the one taking a turn in the barrel. Quentin Tarantino, who directed Thurman in Pulp Fiction and two installments of Kill Bill, has been getting hammered on social media. The article reported — and showed footage — of a disturbing car crash that Thurman endured in the last days of production on Kill Bill, and it also detailed that he personally spit on her in one scene and choked her in anot
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Since his last SNL cameo, Baldwin vocally supported Woody Allen and criticized actors denouncing the writer-director.
Uma Thurman detailed a pair of assaults she experienced during meetings with Harvey Weinstein in a new interview.
Bruno Mars running the table on his six nominations appears to be the perfect punchline to the 2018 Grammy Awards. The voters that comprise the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences found a way to puncture the seemingly progressive intentions of the nominating committees and deliver a win that reveals just how far the organization has to go before they’re truly woke.
Someone sound the alarm because supermodel, TV host and professional Twitter personality Chrissy Teigen is missing her toilet.

The 32-year-old, who is currently expecting her second child with husband John Legend, tweeted the strange tale on Thursday.
The use of MoviePass, the subscription that allows users to see a movie a day for under $10 a month, reportedly no longer works at previously compatible AMC locations. This restriction first appeared when a Twitter user asked the company's Twitter account about being unable to purchase a ticket with MoviePass at the AMC Empire 25 theater in New York City. MoviePass replied saying, "...We no longer work with that theater."
Macaulay Culkin recently refused to share details about his relationship with his goddaughter, Paris Jackson.

The “Home Alone” star was interviewed by Marc Maron in his WTF podcast (via E! News) and was asked about his close bond with Michael Jackson’s daughter. “I am close with Paris,” he said.

But before Maron could ask any more questions about the 19-year-old model, Culkin asked the host to not pry. “I’m going to warn you now I am very protective of her so just look out. I am a very open book when it comes to things but like with her, she is beloved by me,” he said.
Woody Allen released a statement on Thursday in response to his adoptive daughter Dylan Farrow repeating her accusations of sexual assault in an interview.
After a few missteps, actor Matt Damon on Tuesday finally said the right thing about Hollywood sexual harassment and assault.

″A lot of those women are my dear friends and I love them and respect them and support what they’re doing, and want to be a part of that change and want to go along for the ride, but I should get in the back seat and close my mouth for a while,” Damon said of the “Time’s Up” movement during an appearance on the “Today” show.

“I really wish I’d listened a lot more before I weighed in on this,” Damon continued. “Ultimately, what it is for me is that I don’t want t
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o further anybody’s pain. With anything that I do or say, so for that I’m really sorry.”
Michael Wolff’s book detailing the turmoil within the White House during the first year Donald Trump’s presidency published on Friday.

“I hear that the president is very angry, or, let me be precise: I hear that he is truly bouncing off the walls,” Wolff says.
The 10 best TV shows to watch this January – from 'American Crime Story's take on Gianni Versace's murder to 'Portlandia's swan song.
Sony's "Slender Man" movie is "extremely distasteful," says the father of one of the girls who stabbed their classmate to please the fictional character.
Sky has released a trailer for “Melrose,” showing Benedict Cumberbatch as Patrick Melrose in the upcoming Sky and Showtime limited series.
The outspoken actress reveals Rodriguez played "mind games" with her during the making of "Planet Terror."

Rose McGowan’s memoir “BRAVE” is set to be released at the end of the month, and it promises to reveal a lot about the actress’ history battling sexual harassment and double standards in Hollywood, including the alleged rape by Harvey Weinstein during the 1997 Sundance Film Festival. In a new interview with Vanity Fair, McGowan teases the book by talking about a chapter in which she reveals the “mind games” Robert Rodriguez played on her during the making of “Planet Terror.”
Today in Excellent Opinions From Men, Bono has declared today's music is too "girly."

In an interview with Rolling Stone published on Wednesday, the U2 frontman was asked whether or not he believes a "rock and roll revolution" is around the corner, to which he replied "I think music has gotten very girly."
A polar limousine, ice skyscrapers in China, a New York snowstorm, Sitting Bull’s descendant at a pipeline protest, and a flying figure-skater … top photographers pick their coolest shot.
To be fair, "art" and "Star Wars" are hardly BFFs after the prequel trilogy.

When Vice Admiral Holdo used the last remaining Resistance cruiser to slice Supreme Leader Snoke's warship in two, did your entire theater collectively gasp? Or did someone stand up and shout "The sound is broken!" at the movie theater gods?

Apparently, the latter scenario has happened often enough to prompt a posted warning for moviegoers: Yes, the sound cuts out at one point. No, it's not a technical issue.

The scene occurs late in The Last Jedi. The First Order has almost snuffed out the last of an escapin
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g wing of Resistance transports, so Holdo (played by Laura Dern) cooks up an inventive maneuver: She'll point the large decoy cruiser she's piloting directly at the pursuing First Order flagship and fire up the hyperdrive, wreaking havoc on the enemy warship and sacrificing herself in the process.
A look at the release calendar teases heists, horrors, hijinks – and, yet again, more superheroes than you can shake a stick at. There are extravagant blockbusters and shoestring indies, oddball discoveries and cozy comforts, and we are here for all of it.

Well – most of it. Some of it we're more here for than others. Below, a list of our ten most highly anticipated films of the next twelve months.
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Miss America suspends CEO in email flap; more are on the way
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ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — The Miss America Organization suspended its CEO on Friday, less than 24 hours after leaked emails surfaced showing him and others disparaging the appearance, intellect and sex lives of former Miss Americas.

Sam Haskell said he will abide by the suspension, even while decrying the Huffington Post story on Thursday that publicized
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the emails as “unkind and untrue.”

“My mistake is a mistake of words,” Haskell wrote in a statement issued Friday night, shortly after the board suspended him indefinitely while it investigates the situation. “Much of what was reported is dishonest, deceptive, and despicable.

“The story is so unkind and untrue, and hurts me, my family, and the stewardship of this nonprofit,” he wrote. “Those who know my heart know that this is not indicative of my character, nor is it indicative of my business acumen.”

Yashar Ali, who wrote the Huffington Post article, defended its accuracy Friday night, saying he was given the emails by two sources “who felt that Mr. Haskell’s behavior was egregious.” Ali said he now plans to publish all the emails he received in a future story.

The Miss America Organization said its board “will be conducting an in-depth investigation into alleged inappropriate communications and the nature in which they were obtained.”

The statement came hours after 49 former Miss Americas signed a petition demanding the resignation of Haskell and other pageant officials, as did more than 1,600 state and local titleholders, contestants and pageant volunteers.

The Miss America Organization did not indicate whether Haskell would be paid during his suspension.

The emails included one that used a vulgar term for female genitalia to refer to past Miss America winners, one that wished that a particular former Miss America had died, and others that speculated about how many sex partners another former Miss America has had.
NEW YORK (AP) — Mariah Carey is determined to have a better New Year’s Eve than in 2016 — she is returning to “Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest” after last year’s debacle.

The Grammy-winning singer’s live performance in Times Square on New Year’s Eve 2016 was marked by problems. She was visibly upset and at points stopped singing, despite a pre-recorded track playing in the background. The performance went viral for all the wrong reasons.

Afterward, Carey posted a meme of herself on social media with the message “(expletive happens).” But it also led to a public s
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pat between the best-selling singer and dick clark productions as to who was at fault, with Carey’s camp charging sabotage with technical glitches, including faulty ear piece, and dick clark productions denying the claims and charging she hadn’t rehearsed enough.

Now, both sides have kissed and made up.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Three opera singers and a classical musician say that world-renowned conductor Charles Dutoit sexually assaulted them — physically restraining them, forcing his body against theirs, sometimes thrusting his tongue into their mouths, and in one case, sticking one of their hands down his pants.

In separate interviews with The Associated Press, the accusers provided detailed accounts of incidents they say occurred between 1985 and 2010 in a moving car, the two-time Grammy winner’s hotel suite, his dressing room, an elevator and the darkness of backstage.
NEW YORK (AP) — The publisher of a new Richard Avedon biography says it will look into alleged inaccuracies raised by the late photographer's foundation, but rejected calls to withdraw the book.

Earlier this week, the Richard Avedon Foundation issued a long list of “exaggerations and inaccuracies” in “Avedon: Something Personal,” co-authored by Steven M.L. Aronson and former foundation head and longtime Avedon colleague Norma Stevens. The foundation is asking that the Penguin Random House imprint Spiegel & Grau cease publication of the book, which came out last month and draws
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upon interviews with many of Avedon’s friends and associates.
'Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again' trailer find Lily James joining previous stars Meryl Streep, Colin Firth, Amanda Seyfried and more.

The trailer for next summer's sequel Mamma Mia Here We Go Again has arrived, and there is singing and dancing and Cher!

The sequel will take place both in current day — with all the main cast from the original returning — as well as in the past, with Lily James (Baby Driver, Cinderella) portraying Young Donna.

Thought 'Rogue One' and 'Last Jedi' were mostly unrelated? Think again – there's an easter egg in Rogue One that sets up a major storyline in Last Jedi."
In an interview with 'Business Insider,' Damon said he thinks we should be talking more about men who haven't sexually harassed anyone."

Matt Damon needs to stop talking about sexual harassment until he actually gets it.

After a whole week of being lambasted by folks like Alyssa Milano following his unfathomably misinformed ABC News interview, the Hollywood star has more to add. More!