The 'Call Me By Your Name' star nearly raked in that Marvel money.
"I think everyone should respect different opinions on racism," said the boy's mother.
Sam Bradford was heavily involved as well.
Darren Criss brings a serial killer to creepy life in Ryan Murphy's latest series.
“There’s a lot of fear that we are sliding back, that the worst times may come again."
If Trump can tweet whatever he likes, why not Sanders too?
Bonham Carter played Queen Elizabeth and Margaret's mother in 'The King's Speech.'
'Master of None' star criticized for wearing Time's Up badge.
The actor plays the role of a single black father living on Chicago's South Side.
Do you know where your remote is?
"'Porn star blackmails president' is, like, fourth biggest story of the week."
Halsey will perform on the NBC show.
We must relinquish nostalgia for some imagined past and align ourselves with the dynamic future.
Check out the show, but especially if you hated adult Rory in the "Gilmore Girls" revival.
Kenny and Keith Lucas want to bring a black, stoner, animated version of 'Harry Potter' to a screen near you.
It appears the #MeToo movement has already moved on.
"The Champion" is expected to appear in broadcast coverage of the 2018 Winter Olympics and Super Bowl LII.
The media personality defended Trump's controversial comments. The anger in response was swift.
Oprah's enormous following is "like a religious movement," says a professor who studies charisma in politics. Yes, she could really win a presidential race.
"What he said was, 'I will not approve Christopher Plummer unless you pay me.'"
This is probably the third funniest video of Liam Neeson on the internet.
The supermodel first teamed up with Pepsi for a Super Bowl ad that debuted in 1992.
Following his sexual misconduct accusations, those nude selfies take on a new light.
They're both from Detroit and they have new albums. Can you blame her?
“The act of mobilizing a first lady’s popularity to help her husband’s administration reinforces gender norms as much as it challenges them,” Lauren Wright wrote.
"Truth and Lies: The Tonya Harding Story" aired on Thursday.
A fellow porn actor told Ames to "swallow a cyanide pill" before her death.
“His supporters made excuses, continue to make excuses...how many examples do you need?”
Donald Trump’s foul mouth is forcing family-friendly newspapers to start publishing profanity.
The classic Japanese "devilman" story has been updated for the social media age.