Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis' legal battle with British website MailOnline has been settled.
The "Two and a Half Men" actor, the "Bad Moms" actress and the outlet "have reached a satisfactory resolution of their legal action" regarding the publication of photos of their children, their legal representatives said in a joint statement to The Times on Friday.
The couple, who starred in "That '70s Show" together years before they began dating, took the website's publisher, Associated Newspapers, to London's High Court in July 2015 over two articles featuring their daughter, who was 1 at the time.
As if there were any doubt as to the level of interest in Taylor Swift's first new music in three years, her first single from her forthcoming album, "Reputation," has been blowing up since it premiered Thursday night.
The lyric video for "Look What You Made Me Do" had logged more than 7 million views as of 9:30 a.m. Friday. Additionally, Swift tweeted that the official video for the song will premiere Sunday during the MTV Video Music Awards ceremony.
For those who want to dig in and attempt to decode what and to whom the "I don't like you" references might refer, here are the full lyrics to the song:
With "Saturday Night Live" on hiatus, Alec Baldwin has been able to enjoy a mostly bronzer-free summer. But on Thursday the actor dutifully pursed his lips and broke out the orange wig to reprise his impression of President Trump on "Weekend Update: Summer Edition."
Baldwin spoofed Tuesday's freewheeling, factually challenged rally in Phoenix, where Trump repeatedly condemned the press and defended his Charlottesville, Va., comments by pretending as if he'd never uttered the phrase "both sides."
"People ask me, why are you doing a rally only eight months in? Folks, it’s never too early to campaign for 2020," said Baldwin-as-Trump. "Mike Pence is already doing it."
Hey, girl, Ryan Gosling is hosting "Saturday Night Live" again.
The "Blade Runner 2049" star will be joined by musical guest Jay-Z for the Season 43 opener on Sept. 30, the NBC show announced on Twitter.
The Oscar-nominated "La La Land" star last hosted the show in December 2015, when he was promoting "The Big Short." He giggled his way through his opening monologue and an alien abduction sketch featuring Kate McKinnon. Gosling will make his return appearance before "Blade Runner 2049" opens Oct. 6.
James Cameron isn't here for "Wonder Woman's" blockbuster success. In fact, the moviemaker calls the much-loved superhero flick ("Wonder Woman" is currently at 92% on Rotten Tomatoes) a step back from the female heroes he created in the '80s and '90s.
It appears that the "Titanic" and "Terminator 2" director, whose films often put tough women at the center of the action, doesn't think that Gal Gadot's character was complicated or groundbreaking enough to merit so much acclaim -- $800 million at the worldwide box office aside.
"All of the self-congratulatory back-patting Hollywood’s been doing over 'Wonder Woman' has been so misguided. She's an objectified icon, and it’s just male Hollywood doing the same old thing!" Cameron said in an interview with the Guardian.
All of the self-congratulatory back-patting Hollywood's been doing over 'Wonder Woman' has been so misguided. She's an objectified icon, and it’s just male Hollywood doing the same old thing!
Being followed is weird. That people want to discuss where I ate lunch or what I wear when I go to lunch … the private life is just gone. That's a little tough. It's quite different in Sweden. We don't have paparazzi following you in Sweden. You're allowed to have a private life in Sweden in a different way.
In comedy, timing is everything. And sometimes the timing that works in your favor is still being on the job while most of your competitors are on vacation.
With Samantha Bee, Stephen Colbert and Seth Meyers all on late-summer break, "The Daily Show With Trevor Noah" essentially has the latest Trump news all to itself. So Wednesday night, Noah took on President Trump's campaign-like rally in Phoenix the previous day.
"Seeing as Trump won Arizona, it's no surprise that the rally was packed," Noah said over footage of the rally. "There was a line around the block like somebody was releasing a racist sneaker."