And what the president can nevertheless learn from the museum.
"There is no way; there’s no reason to make a season 2."
Actress Kathryn Rossetter describes a "horrific, demoralizing and abusive experience" of being subject to Hoffman's abusive behavior.
The Norwegian king’s former son-in-law said Spacey groped him under a table at a Nobel Peace Prize concert.
Sestero felt torn apart by "The Room" in 2003, but now his memoir "The Disaster Artist" is a James Franco-directed Oscar contender.
Amy Schumer shines in Steve Martin's uneven, but very funny comedy.
The reality star has stayed quiet about her rumored pregnancy so far.
"BITCH WE GOING TO SKU!"
As Tonya Harding's mother from hell in "I, Tonya," the Emmy-winning TV star steals all of her scenes.
Woody Allen's adopted daughter accused the filmmaker of molesting her in 1992, when she was 7 years old.
Bruce Beckham took offense to Ames' refusal to film with performers who appeared in gay and straight porn movies.
And that's all just the first half of the film.
On one track, rapper dreams of smoking weed with Rosa Parks.
“The world is awaiting your apology or for you to swallow a cyanide pill. Either or we’ll take it,” he wrote.
Rousey's UFC career may be over after a stinging defeat in 48 seconds last December.
“To pick [and] choose certain lines [and] quote them out of context is not right,” she wrote.
Hey, it could be worse. She could be her husband.
The world is fascinated with Trump’s teeth.
The director was recently fired from 20th Century Fox's Freddie Mercury biopic.
"We all have a bias against women in leadership, including women, and then we need to correct for that."
From her troubled first marriage to her fascination with the literary theme, Rowling has been thinking about domestic abuse for a long time.
From Marvel comics, sci-fi novels, manga and more.
A game involving breeding virtual cats has resulted in the exchange of millions of dollars in cryptocurrency.
Moore has worked in the porn industry for more than 17 years.
"All the characters were reduced to one thing in the media," says Steven Rogers of his very funny, very tragic, very crazy and "very true-ish" script for 'I, Tonya.'
As wildfires rage in Southern California, many Hollywood stars are being forced from their homes.
“I entirely reject any criticism of me being anti-gay," says the British star.
Markle has her work cut out for her.
"I am not only comfortable sticking with our original casting, but genuinely happy to have Johnny playing a major character in the movies.”
A piece called "President Trump Becomes a Wonder Woman, Unifies the Country and Fights Rocket Man" is generating buzz at Art Basel.