On Sunday, The Mirror’s Sunday People published disturbing photographs of what appeared to be a violent argument between celebrity chef Nigella Lawson and her husband Charles Saatchi. In the photographs, Saatchi is seen clutching Lawson, 53, by the throat while the couple sit outside at a…
It’s been almost exactly one year since the Alien pseudo-prequel Prometheus fascinated and infuriated audiences with its mixture of gorgeous visuals and confusing character decisions. Although the film set up a sequel, there hasn’t been much news, besides the revelation that screenwriter Damon Lindelof would not be returning — possibly because he’d like to spend just one summer not reading a nonstop parade of nerd-rage tweets.
Summer box office could slump this weekend with only a pair of modest to mid-sized openers, Universal’s “The Purge” and Fox’s “The Internship,” added to holdovers like “Fast and Furious 6″ and “Star Trek Into Darkness” beginning to wind down Stateside.
Sony is holding its breath as last weekend’s domestic flop “After Earth” launches this weekend in 60 markets including France, Italy, Russia and the U.K.
You probably knew Jay Pharoah has a hyper-convincing Jay-z impression in his arsenal, but this is the best Lil Wayne parody since Weezy’s unintentional self-parody dropped a few months ago. Pharoah sounds identical to Wayne at some points, not-so-much like him at others, but the content is just so surgically on point — the only reason Lil Wayne hasn’t rapped about boning a beehive and making wasp gumbo is ‘cause he didn’t think of it.
At this point it’s no secret that Jean Grey (Famke Janssen) will be making an appearance in this summer’s Hugh Jackman reboot “The Wolverine.” What remains less clear is what role, exactly, the seemingly-deceased mutant will be playing in the story. Director James Mangold sort of answers that question in a new interview with Entertainment Weekly (via the Playlist), in which he tells the magazine that Grey will be a “shadow presence” who “pops up to mock, comfort and advise Logan much as Number 6 tortured Gaius Baltar on ‘Battlestar Galactica.’”
Angelina Jolie made her first public appearance since her double mastectomy. Jolie and partner Brad Pitt drew loud cheers as they arrived at the world premiere of his zombie thriller World War Z to pose for photographers and cameras with smiles on their faces.
Kate Winslet is forming a little Rocknroll band. The British actress and husband Ned Rocknroll are expecting their first child together, E! News confirmed Tuesday. “Kate and Ned are delighted,” says Winslet’s rep. This will be Winslet’s third child. The Oscar winner is also mum to 12-year-old daughter Mia with first ex-husband Jim Threapleton and 9-year-old son Joe, with ex-hubby No. 2 Sam Mendes.
Who’s going to take home the coveted mirror-ball trophy? The top four couples on Dancing with the Stars - Kellie Pickler and Derek Hough, Alexandra Raisman and Mark Ballas, Zendaya and Val Chmerkovskiy, Jacoby Jones and Karina Smirnoff - are hitting the ballroom one last time Monday night in hopes of earning high scores from judges and lots of votes from viewers to win the competition.
Treat yo self to this awesome news, TV fans! Parks and Recreation has been renewed for a sixth season by NBC, the network officially announced on Thursday. Huzzah! Let’s break out the snake juice and celebrate, shall we?! The renewal news shouldn’t come as much of a surprise, given the Amy Poehler-led ensemble’s cliffhanger-riddled finale, which featured a pregnancy and a character moving to a new town.