Sean Penn will not return to the set of his new show “Gaslit” until the entire cast and crew have received Covid vaccinations, the star’s representative confirmed to CNN on Friday.
Yep, you read the headline correctly.
The torch has been lit at the Tokyo Olympics and the opening weekend will feature competition in men’s gymnastics, women’s soccer, swimming, tennis and more.
Kate Beckinsale is not a fan of dating.
Morgan Wallen opened up during an exclusive interview with “Good Morning America” that aired Friday about using a racial slur in an incident that threatened to derail his career.
Before there was the Fyre festival — with its absurdly comic snafus and dueling documentaries — there was Woodstock 99. The HBO documentary “Woodstock 99: Peace, Love and Rage” examines that event — described as morphing from a comedy into a horror film — and finds within it a dire warning, dealing with a lot more than just botched logistics.
Val Kilmer joins the ranks of celebrities that fastidiously documented their lives via video, then shared that in documentary form. But “Val” feels more deeply personal and fascinating than most, catching its star in the wake of a terrible illness and exploring the “difficult” label he bore as an actor, one whose career choices didn’t always serve him well.
Is “Ted Lasso” a great show, or was it just the show we (or at least a lot of us) needed last summer during the pandemic? That’s the question as the Apple TV+ series returns for its second season, fresh off a record haul of Emmy nominations for a first-year comedy, and with plenty of outspoken fans.
There’s a now-famous clip of acoustic version of Amy Winehouse singing “Love Is a Losing Game.”
Kanye West premiered his 10th studio album, “Donda,” during a listening event Thursday night at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta.