Bummer — no giants, log ladies or dancing dwarves in the new art for Showtime's reincarnation of "Twin Peaks." Did you really expect anyone other than Laura Palmer or Special Agent Dale Cooper as the faces of the show?
Showtime released images Friday for its limited-series reboot of the quirky 1990-'91 show from David Lynch, and while actress Sheryl Lee hasn't aged a day, for obvious reasons, Kyle MacLachlan has matured. But in a good way.
The 18-episode series premieres May 21, if you didn't get that already from the posters.
On Feb. 23, Chanel creative director Karl Lagerfeld made comments about representatives of Oscar nominee Meryl Streep. (Feb. 24, 2017)
It's only Friday, but there's already Oscars fashion drama ahead of Sunday's ceremony.
On Thursday, Chanel creative director Karl Lagerfeld told Women's Wear Daily that representatives for 20-time Oscar nominee Meryl Streep had requested the design house produce a gown for the star before changing their minds abruptly.
"I made a sketch, and we started to make the dress," Lagerfeld told the magazine before saying he later got a second call from Streep's team canceling the request.
"I have a message for the trans kids of America: You're winning. I know it doesn't feel like it today or every day, but you're winning," said Jenner on a video posted to her Twitter account.
Urging support for the National Center for Transgender Equality and Gavin Grimm -- the transgender student whose fight for his right to use the boys' restroom has sparked a national debate climbing all the way up to the Supreme Court -- Jenner went on to call out bullies (among whom she included Atty. Gen. Jeff Sessions) and President Trump himself, telling him to call her, "from one Republican to another."
Bell-bottoms, turntable battles and disco divas are all making a comeback through Netflix's hip-hop musical "The Get Down."
Netflix announced Thursday that its flashy show, which reportedly cost more than $120 million to make, will return on April 7 for a follow-up dubbed "The Get Down Part II."
Created by Baz Luhrmann and Stephen Adly Guirgis, "The Get Down" tells the story of hip-hop's birth through a group of teens who try to make their music dreams a reality amid the political climate of 1970s New York City.
If it's Oscar time, it must be time for another golden statue from publicity-savvy street artist Plastic Jesus. This time, the previously faceless dude has been decked out with an approximation of Kanye West's face and a pair of black Yeezy shoes.
"False Idol" is inscribed on the base of the statue, which popped up Wednesday on Hollywood Boulevard at La Brea.
Ricky Martin wants to have "Daddy's little girl" once he and artist Jwan Yosef are married.
"I want a big family," the singer said Wednesday night on "Watch What Happens Live," answering a viewer's question. "Daddy's little girl has to come, of course. The way we do babies, I get to choose the sex, so definitely girls are coming."
Martin, 45, welcomed twin boys via a surrogate in 2008 and said that if twin girls arrived next, that would be fine, too. If it happens, he told host Andy Cohen, it happens.
Lisa Marie Presley has reportedly been ordered to pay her estranged husband's legal fees -- but not any spousal support -- as their divorce battle rolls on.
Presley has been ordered to pay $50,000 of Michael Lockwood's legal bill in $10,000-a-month chunks, a source told People. A separate hearing about their postnuptial agreement will be held, and if it's found to be invalid the daughter of Elvis Presley might be ordered to pay retroactive support, the source said.
Lockwood has requested $40,000 a month in spousal support and wanted $100,000 for his legal fees, according to documents obtained by the Daily Mail. Presley claims that their 2007 postnup rules out support payments. She has accused her estranged husband of mishandling her money, according to TMZ.
Arsenio Hall is reportedly dropping his $5-million defamation lawsuit against Sinéad O'Connor now that the singer has retracted and apologized for saying, weeks after Prince's death, that the comedian had been the artist's drug dealer.
"I sincerely apologize because those statements would be false, and I retract them unequivocally," O'Connor told TMZ, which obtained a joint statement from her and Hall on Wednesday about the celebrity detente.
The Irish singer was far less serious last May when she first reacted to Hall's lawsuit, which was prompted by Facebook posts saying she had reported him to the sheriff's department that was investigating Prince's death. She also posted a rambling story — since taken down — expanding on her accusation that Hall had "spiked" her joint with something other than marijuana at a 1991 party.
Amber Tamblyn got into the spirit of fake news as she and David Cross announced the birth of their daughter on Tuesday.
The baby's name? "Dauphinoise Petunia Brittany Scheherazade Von Funkinstein Mustard Witch RBG Cross Tamblyn-Bey jr.," the actress declared on Instagram, giving a nod to Beyoncé, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg and, well, mustard.
Given the oddly fantastic baby names entertainers have been known to bestow upon their offspring, it's almost plausible. No real details were posted, unless the kid's real name is buried somewhere in that multiple-moniker pileup.