Stylish business moguls Kylie and Kendall Jenner have issued a mea culpa regarding their ill-conceived line of vintage music T-shirts.
The daughters of Kardashian matriarch Kris Jenner and gold-medal Olympian Caitlyn Jenner debuted the T-shirts in their Kendall + Kylie online store Wednesday featuring graphics of the Jenner sisters stamped onto iconic music-related images.
But by late Thursday morning, as a backlash was brewing, the vintage shirts were removed from the site and tweets made by Kendall and Kylie were deleted.
Netflix released a new trailer for the upcoming movie “Death Note” on Thursday.
An adaptation of the popular Japanese manga written by Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata, the film stars Nat Wolff, Margaret Qualley and Lakeith Stanfield and features Willem Dafoe as the voice of its iconic villain, Ryuk. Directed by Adam Wingard, who also made “The Guest,” “Blair Witch” and the upcoming “Godzilla vs. Kong,” the movie will released on August 25.
In the story, Light Turner (Wolff) is a high school student who discovers a notebook with the power to kill those whose names are written in it. Though he attempts to use the book for what he believes to be good — “It’s not going to solve a few crimes,” he says in the trailer, “it’s going to solve all crime” — things quickly spiral out of control, putting him in a cat-and-mouse chase with the mysterious detective known as L (Stanfield).
Looks as if Corinne Olympios is done with "Bachelor in Paradise": Done with investigating it, done with being a victim of it, done with being on it.
Also, done talking about it.
"My team's investigation into this matter has now been completed to my satisfaction," she said Thursday in a statement to The Times via her rep, referring to a drunken, sexually charged incident involving her and fellow contestant DeMario Jackson on the first day of "Paradise" taping in Mexico.
Agent Dana Scully has something to say about "The X-Files" and its all-male writing staff: She, too, can't wait until things are different.
Gillian Anderson, who portrays Scully on the beloved TV show, responded to reports that the writers room for the next season is comprised solely of men by shining light on an additional statistic. She pointed out Thursday on Twitter that only two episodes of "The X-Files" have been directed by women. Ever.
Anderson herself is one of these women. She wrote and directed the seventh-season episode "all things." The only other woman to direct an episode of the show is Michelle MacLaren (of "Breaking Bad" and more), who made her directorial debut on the Season 9 episode "John Doe."
It's a good time for classic rap groups making urgent statements about contemporary politics. So perhaps it's no surprise that Public Enemy has returned with a new, free record celebrating its 30th year as a group.
The group released "Nothing Is Quick in the Desert" on Thursday morning as a free download on its Bandcamp page. The record is Public Enemy's first since 2015's "Man Plans God Laughs."
Public Enemy hasn't sat out the turbulent last two years in America, though. Chuck D and DJ Lord joined with most of Rage Against the Machine and Cypress Hill as the supergroup Prophets of Rage, which toured during the election season.
Melanie Griffith will seduce audiences as Mrs. Robinson in "The Graduate," Laguna Playhouse announced Thursday.
The Academy Award-nominated actress will take on the role in October as part of the company's 2017-18 season. The play adaptation by Terry Johnson is based on the novel by Charles Webb and the screenplay by Buck Henry and Calder Willingham. The 1967 film starring Dustin Hoffman, with Anne Bancroft as Mrs. Robinson, won director Mike Nichols an Oscar.
Griffith most recently starred in the independent feature "Day Out of Days" directed by Zoe Cassavetes. Griffith made her Broadway debut in 2003 as Roxie Hart in "Chicago."
An unamused MSNBC released an official statement Thursday morning in response to Trump's "petty personal attacks" on "Morning Joe" co-hosts (and real-life couple) Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough.
Trump tweeted early Thursday: “I heard poorly rated @Morning_Joe speaks badly of me (don’t watch anymore). Then how come low I.Q. Crazy Mika, along with Psycho Joe, came to Mar-a-Lago 3 nights in a row around New Year’s Eve, and insisted on joining me. She was bleeding badly from a face-lift. I said no!”
"Morning Joe" became a trending topic on Twitter almost instantaneously, with Trump's comments inciting outraged celebrities who feel like enough is enough.
"Fake news" has become an inescapable catchphrase in 2017, evolving from falsehoods posted on fringe sites and Facebook to just about any report that doesn't conform to the White House's narrative. On Wednesday night, Seth Meyers unpacked another example.
Noting the doctored Time magazine cover featuring Donald Trump that the Washington Post reported hangs in several of the president's private golf clubs, Meyers called this "the literal definition of fake news."
"This would be the saddest thing I've ever heard if it wasn't the funniest thing I've ever heard," the "Late Night" host continued.
Dwayne Johnson, Jack Black, Kevin Hart, Karen Gillan, Nick Jonas and Bobby Cannavale star in Sony's "Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle."
Welcome to the jungle, kids.
Four detention-bound teenagers are thrust into a mysterious game in the first "Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle" trailer, literally forced into the bodies of their avatars — played by Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, Karen Gillan and Jack Black.
"I think we got sucked into Jumanji and we've become the avatars that we chose," Johnson's geeky Spencer observes after they land in the jungle with new identities.