The crime thriller repeatedly mentions the tapes, but it never directly shows the audience what's on it.
President Donald Trump was asked to "cease all use immediately" of the late singer's music.
Spoilers ahead, but prepared to have your mind forked.
"It's tricky because I really love when movies surprise an audience."
"Just remember—negative comments can hurt anybody’s feelings. Obvi," she wrote in her last social media post.
KJ Apa said Archie’s time in jail caused the red-haired character to go into "survival mode."
Fox News suggested how "the conundrum applies to other Hollywood A-listers."
"I don't know how to say this and I don't want to get it wrong either."
Lili Reinhart explained how “Alice and Betty are, kind of, divided again because of The Farm.”
No disrespect to Kristen Stewart and Rob Pattinson, but Catherine Hardwicke has some good ideas on who could star in a potential "Twilight" remake.
"After that many years, it's like a family."
"I started writing to J.K. Rowling and she wrote back and we became pen friends after that."
He told her to "stay away from politics" after she backed two Democratic candidates in Tennessee.
"I think it's really cool to come into a safe place where there's zero tolerance for bullying or body shaming."
Depp's attorney said Heard "has admitted to multiple violent attacks against" her former spouse.
Johnny Depp told GQ how the "truth" about Amber Heard's abuse allegations will surface eventually.
"Initially, I just kept my mouth shut."
Olivia Wilde explained to Newsweek how "making a film that is really personal is a really brave thing to do."
Bale is no stranger to physically transforming for roles, having done so in "The Machinist" and "Reign of Fire."
"...it may be time to seek professional help," he tweeted.
Wilson, joined by "Pitch Perfect" castmates Brittany Snow, Anna Camp and Chrissie Fit, appeared to hint at a fourth installment.
"You didn't want to become the face of a movement; you wanted a procedure that would have saved your life."