The "Black Panther" star slammed a writer over a story that she said compares her to men "who have been accused of abuse & sexual misconduct."
Newsweek takes a look at the life of the business scion and film producer who would go on to become Princess Diana's boyfriend.
The Irish actress spoke to Newsweek after receiving widespread praise for her performance in 'The Banshees of Inisherin.' '
Rihanna, Dave Chappelle and other stars joined the actor at a recent screening of the prestige film, which will be released in time for this year's awards season.
Dame Judi Dench, who has portrayed royals in several films, has written an open letter to Netflix calling for a disclaimer to be added to "The Crown."
Following the coverage devoted to alleged incidents around Wilde's "Don't Worry Darling," some are calling for Russell to be asked about past allegations.
The Native American activist recently talked about her controversial 1973 Oscars appearance and claims that Wayne attempted to assault her.
The longtime "Saturday Night Live" cast member will host the Emmy Awards for the first time on Monday night.
The audience jumped to its feet at a screening of Fraser's new film "The Whale" as Oscar buzz heats up for him.
"Something went wrong here. Something really went wrong. What went wrong?" the Daily Show host said on a Variety podcast.
Littlefeather claimed Wayne had to be held back by six security guards while trying to accost her on stage at the 1973 Oscars.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has apologized to Native American actor Sacheen Littlefeather, almost 50 years after her appearance at the 1973 Oscars.
The comedian said "it would help Chris so much if she slapped the kid" over his Platinum Jubilee naughtiness.
The music star shared a short video on social media that has fans speculating about her upcoming role in the follow-up to the 2019 hit.
The Oscar winner shared a five-minute video online that offered an apology to Rock for slapping him, and Twitter users reacted.
"I made a choice on my own from my own experiences, from my history with Chris [Rock]," Smith said in a YouTube video. "Jada had nothing to do with it."
"This cat clearly deserves an Academy Award for Best Meow," one user said.
"My deepest hope is that these two intelligent, capable men have an opportunity to heal, talk this out and reconcile," Pinkett Smith said.
"I feel really bad that he never apologized," said Rosalie Rock of Will Smith, one month after he slapped her son onstage at the Oscars.
Anyone who violates the Tony Awards' no violence policy during the June 12 ceremony will be removed "immediately," organizers said.
Amy Schumer took a shot at DiCaprio's reputation for dating women much younger than him.
Will Smith "can even go to the afterparty" despite the ban for slapping Chris Rock on stage, SNL "Weekend Update" cohost Colin Jost said.
The veteran actor wrote Saturday that "the only person who can redeem the integrity of the Oscars is Smith himself."
The comedian previously said he was "still processing" the moment he was slapped by Will Smith on stage at the 2022 Oscars ceremony.
The comedian posted the comment to Twitter on Friday.
The actor released a brief statement following the announcement that he's banned from the Academy Awards for 10 years.
The ban includes Smith attending any events virtually.
"I had a realization I wasn't with the person I was supposed to be with," Will Smith said of his ex-wife Sheree Zampino Fletcher.
The actor told "GQ" in late 2021 he's given himself this permission, but it's resurfaced after "the slap heard around the world" at the Oscars.
In a letter, Academy president David Rubin said that the meeting would take place on April 8 rather than April 18 following Smith's resignation.