Kristen Bell — whose charming marriage to Dax Shepard went on social media's protect-this-couple-at-all-costs list Monday after Chris Pratt and Anna Faris announced their own breakup late Sunday — has offered some sound advice to help heartbroken fans get a flippin' grip.
At least they tried. And, she said, they had "lovely years" together.
"If there are two people that decide not to be together, it shouldn't really be a heartbreak for everyone," the "Veronica Mars" actress told E! News at an event Wednesday.
Jennifer Lawrence is standing by her 2016 sci-fi thriller "Passengers."
The Oscar-winning actress said she was proud of the project despite its tepid critical reception. However, she agreed with the criticism that it might have benefited from a major edit: Her character should have woken up first.
Co-starring Chris Pratt, the film earned more than a respectable $300 million at the global box office but was slammed for justifying rape culture because Pratt's lonesome character -- aboard a spaceship hurtling into the future -- roused Lawrence's character from her suspended-animation slumber without her consent.
In its special prime-time run, "Saturday Night Live"-lite wasted little time in satirizing Anthony Scaramucci with a little help from Bill Hader.
It hasn't quite been three months since "SNL" aired its season finale, but the news cycle in that time has had many wondering what could have been on the late-night comedy sketch show. A special four-week prime-time run of "Weekend Update" attempts to get a handle on some of it.
Kicking off the first of its four Thursday episodes of "Weekend Update: Summer Edition," Hader returned to his old stamping grounds to play the former White House communications director who left quite the impression during his brief tenure -- thanks in part to that NSFW phone conversation with a reporter from the New Yorker.
After some delay and much anticipation, details of the $10 “Hamilton” ticket lottery for Los Angeles were announced Friday morning — and go into effect immediately.
How it works: Forty tickets will be sold for $10 apiece for every performance at the Hollywood Pantages Theatre, where "Hamilton" will play Friday through Dec. 30. Ticket hopefuls enter by going to www.LuckySeat.com/hamilton or by downloading a new “Hamilton” app (HamiltonBroadway.com/app).
The daily lottery opens at 11 a.m. Pacific time two days prior to the performance date and closes at 9 a.m. Pacific time the day before the performance. So, for a Wednesday show, the lottery would open at 11 a.m. Monday and close at 9 a.m. Tuesday. About two hours after the lottery closes, winners are chosen and notified by email or text. Winners then have until 4 p.m. that day to pay online by credit card. Winners who do not complete their purchase by the 4 p.m. deadline will forfeit their ticket.
Tanya Tucker, whose brief and stormy relationship with Glen Campbell was the stuff of headlines in the early 1980s, has released a song in honor of her former fiance, who died Tuesday at 81 after struggling for years with Alzheimer's disease.
"I’m just devastated. Absolutely devastated," Tucker said in a statement Thursday. "It’s been so hard these past several years knowing what he’s been going through. My heart just breaks."
As a couple, the two made music together — notably "Dream Lover" — for 14 months while she was in her early 20s and he was in his mid-40s. Tucker would have been Campbell's fourth wife had they not broken off their engagement in 1981.
Taylor Swift has taken the stand in her groping trial against former Denver radio host David Mueller.
On the fourth day of proceedings, the 27-year-old pop star testified in U.S. District Court in Denver on Thursday and insisted that Mueller grabbed her butt in June 2013 while they were posing for a photo during a pre-concert event.
The Associated Press reported that Swift said: "It was a definite grab. A very long grab," later noting that someone would have had to have been underneath her to see the actual groping, "and we didn't have anyone positioned there."
Attention fans of fashion and "The Mindy Project" alike: This one's for you.
The Paley Center for Media announced Thursday an immersive costume exhibit celebrating the Hulu series' sixth and final season, curated by Salvador Perez, the Emmy-nominated costume designer and president of the Costume Designers Guild.
"We're thrilled to give fans of 'The Mindy Project' the rare up-close opportunity to see the fun and vibrant costumes worn by the loveable Mindy Lahiri," Maureen J. Reidy, president and CEO of the Paley Center, said in a statement.
After hooking viewers with a look back at the machinations inside and outside the so-called "Trial of the Century" in "The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story," heavyweight TV producer Ryan Murphy next explores the chilling 1997 murder of fashion design icon Gianni Versace.
During an appearance Thursday at the Television Critics Assn. press tour on the Fox lot in Century City, Murphy spoke of his intentions for the second installment of the anthology series, titled "The Assassination of Gianni Versace," premiering in January.
"I think it’s more than why [Versace] was killed; it was sort of why it was allowed to happen," Murphy told reporters
Seems like a lifetime ago that social media hosted escapist pleasures such as arguing over the color of a dress, and those innocent days probably aren't coming back any time soon, given the recent escalation in rhetoric between North Korea and President Trump.
"It's an extremely tense, delicate situation that requires calm diplomacy and sober deliberation," the "Late Night" host began. "Unfortunately, we elected a human bullhorn with a corn syrup addiction."