Céline Dion’s Las Vegas show went on as scheduled at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace on Tuesday night, but not until after the singer acknowledged the victims of Sunday's deadly shooting at the nearby Route 91 Harvest country music festival.
The 49-year-old entertainer also said she and her show partners AEG Presents and Caesars Entertainment would donate all proceeds from the concert to the victims of the mass shooting, which was the worst in modern U.S. history.
Twentieth Century Fox is cooking up a “Bob’s Burgers” movie.
The studio announced Wednesday that it is developing a film based on the animated Fox comedy series, which last month won its second Emmy for outstanding animated program. Chronicling the misadventures of the Belcher family, owners of a struggling hamburger restaurant in a seaside town, the series recently kicked off its eighth season with a special fan-drawn episode.
The movie, produced by Fox Animation, is slated to hit theaters on July 17, 2020.
While Jimmy Kimmel is doing late-night television's heavy lifting, agitating for healthcare reform and gun control, Andy Cohen and "Watch What Happens Live" have a different mission: uncovering every celebrity President Trump has tried to date.
Last month, Cohen got the scoop from Murphy Brown herself, as Candice Bergen recounted a wholly uninspiring date with the future president.
Tuesday night, it was actress Brooke Shields who was spilling the POTUS tea.
A fourth woman has come forward to accuse beleaguered director Roman Polanski of sexual assault.
Renate Langer, 61, a German former actress, told Swiss police that the "Chinatown" filmmaker raped her at his mountain chalet in Gstaad, Switzerland, when she was 15 years old, according to the Associated Press. The model had traveled there because the director indicated he was interested in casting her in a movie, she said. (She would later appear in his film “Che?”)
In an interview with the New York Times published Wednesday, Langer said she's bringing the claim against the 84-year-old "Rosemary's Baby" director now because she believes the statute of limitations, which Switzerland has eliminated in child sex abuse cases, would allow her complaint to be investigated. She said she waited to report the incident, which allegedly took place in February 1972, largely out of concern for her parents, who died recently.
Pauley Perrette confirmed rumors Wednesday that she is indeed leaving CBS' unstoppable procedural "NCIS" after this season. The actress, one of the show's remaining original cast members, has played the quirky forensic scientist on the long-running crime drama since it debuted in 2003.
"It was a decision made last year. I hope everyone will love and enjoy everything Abby not only for the rest of the season but for everything she has given all of us for 16 years," she said in a note posted on Twitter. "All the love, all the laughter, all the inspiration. I love her as much as you do."
Country music star Jason Aldean has canceled three upcoming shows in Southern California as a result of Sunday night's deadly mass shooting in Las Vegas.
Aldean was onstage performing when 64-year-old Stephen Paddock opened fire on concert-goers attending the Route 91 Harvest, the outdoor country music festival taking place across the street from the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino. At least 59 people were killed and 500 more were injured.
Any time they want to be dismissive, say, when you tell them that more African Americans should be cast in movies as lawyers, they say it's ‘politically correct.’ And the fact is that there are a lot of people of color who are not drug dealers or hookers. It's correct storytelling, not correct politics.