I'm proud to be mentioned with people like Jill Scott and Erykah Badu because I feel they are part of a breakthrough. … For years women relied on men for songs, but now women are expressing the truth of a new generation. That's my goal too.
Buckle your seatbelts: “Big Little Lies” is bringing out the big guns.
HBO announced Wednesday that three-time Oscar-winning actress Meryl Streep is joining the already-stacked cast of the limited series.
Streep is playing Mary Louise Wright, mother of the recently deceased Perry (Alexander Skarsgard), who comes to Monterey concerned about the welfare of her grandchildren and suspicious about her son’s death.
In a live Vemo broadcast Wednesday morning, the superstar Elton John announced his retirement from touring — with a world tour that’s expected to last three years and touch down in Los Angeles early next year.
The “Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour,” he told interviewer Anderson Cooper at the media event, will be “the best production I’ve ever done.”
Always the consummate showman, John turned the announcement into a buzzed-about affair. On his official website, the multiplatinum hitmaker placed a countdown clock set to expire at 9:30 a.m. Pacific, along with a teaser phrase drawn from one of his most famous songs: “I’ve finally found where my future lies,” a reference to his song and album “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road.”
The thing that surprises people is that it doesn't get easier with time because you are, in a sense, comparing every new song to what you've written before. You don't want the same sound or the same melody. You want to find something new.
Mere moments after the world learned that James Franco would not be nominated for an Oscar for his work in “The Disaster Artist,” two of the women accusing the actor of sexual misconduct made their first television appearance on “Good Morning America.”
The iconic Disney character received the 2,627th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Monday, a “brief 40 years after Mickey got his star,” according to avid Minnie Mouse fan and “American Idol” judge Katy Perry, who was among those presenting the animated star with the honor.
This year marks the 90th anniversary of the release of 1928’s “Steamboat Willie,” the first of Minnie Mouse’s more than 70 animated films. Her costar in that movie, Mickey Mouse, received a star in 1978 for the film’s 50th anniversary and was also on hand at Monday’s ceremony.
Nominations for the 2018 Razzie Awards came out Monday, with the bulk of the loathing — nine nominations each — heaped on “Transformers: The Last Knight” and “Fifty Shades Darker,” with “The Mummy” and its eight nods close behind.
The mock honors, now in their 38th year and formally known as the Golden Raspberry Awards, are given out annually the day before the Academy Awards and honor the worst in film. Winners get a raspberry statue spray-painted gold.