“The View” panelist Joy Behar has apologized not only to Vice President Mike Pence but also to tens of millions of Americans who might have been offended last month when she likened Christianity to mental illness.
Pence, whom Behar had previously apologized to personally over the phone, told Sean Hannity on Monday night that he thought Behar still owed an “I’m sorry” to his fellow Christians.
As a public figure, he said criticism was part of the deal, but for others “such slander” shouldn’t be. He specifically called out ABC, which broadcasts “The View.”
Getty Center architect Richard Meier has been accused of sexually harassing five women and will take a six-month leave of absence from his firm, Richard Meier & Partners.
Four women who have worked with the renowned architect and one who encountered Meier while he was working on the Getty described incidents of his exposing himself and other misconduct in interviews with the New York Times published on Tuesday.
The incidents allegedly took place in the late 1980s, ’90s and over the last decade, the newspaper reported.
Professor Albus Dumbledore puts another of his magic students up to an impossible task in the first teaser for “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald.”
Our sympathies, Harry Potter. You were not the first.
Released Tuesday, the film’s new trailer takes Muggles and no-majs back to the wizarding world’s Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, where young Dumbledore (Jude Law in the “Harry Potter” prequels) enlists alumnus Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne) to take down the dark wizard Gellert Grindelwald (Johnny Depp).
Heather Locklear is no longer facing domestic violence charges after allegations that she hit her boyfriend last month, but her legal troubles don’t end there.
Officers from the Ventura County Sheriff’s Department responded to a domestic incident at Locklear’s home on Feb. 25, where the actress “was extremely hostile and uncooperative and at one point became combative with the deputies,” according to Sgt. Eric Buschow.
The Associated Press additionally reported that Locklear had kicked, pushed and shouted at deputies who arrived to investigate claims that she had been violent with her boyfriend.
Imagine trying to watch “A Wrinkle in Time” only to have Storm Reid, Oprah Winfrey, Reese Witherspoon and Mindy Kaling crash the screening for a surprise upgrade to your theater experience. Because that’s exactly what happened for a segment on “The Late Late Show.”
Nicole Kidman will star in and executive produce HBO’s forthcoming David E. Kelley limited series “The Undoing,” the network announced Monday.
“The Undoing,” based on the book “You Should Have Known” by Jean Hanff Korelitz, will tell the story of Grace Sachs, a successful therapist who lives with her husband and young son. Grace must dismantle her life and start anew after “a chain of terrible revelations,” a missing husband and a violent murder.
Kelley will write and serve as showrunner for the series. Executive producers will be Kelley, Kidman, Per Saari from Blossom Films and Bruna Papandrea from Made Up Stories. A search for a director is underway, HBO said.
Hulu has landed “Little Fires Everywhere,” a limited series starring Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington based on the book of the same name.
Witherspoon’s company Hello Sunshine will produce the series — its first venture as a studio — along with Washington’s Simpson Street and ABC Signature Studios.
Celeste Ng’s novel “Little Fires Everywhere” follows “picture-perfect” Elena Richardson and a newcomer to her Cleveland suburb, the enigmatic Mia Warren. As Elena’s children become drawn to Mia and her daughter, Pearl, Elena becomes determined to uncover Mia’s mysterious past.
The Metropolitan Opera of New York has fired conductor James Levine, announcing the move Monday after finding “credible evidence that Mr. Levine had engaged in sexually abusive and harassing conduct.”
The Met launched its investigation after the New York Times reported in December allegations of sexual abuse. The Times’ story Monday of Levine’s firing reported that the opera company said it had interviewed 70 people before terminating Levine.
Here is the full text of the Met’s statement, posted at the close of business Monday: