The rap mogul's home was reportedly targeted just hours after he was hospitalised with a suspected brain aneurysm.
Several popular television shows including "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" and "NCIS" have recently paused filming amid a surge of COVID-19 in California.
Just as Covino is gaining buzz as an indie filmmaker, he also makes his major film debut opposite Tom Hanks in "News of the World."
"Matthew McConaughey is right," McGowan tweeted Thursday following the "Interstellar" actor's rant about the "illiberal left" last week.
The Oscar-winning actor advocated for "aggressive centrism" in a recent podcast with Russell Brand.
Endeavor Content hired a doctor to lead the "Health and Safety Team" on the set of "Truth Be Told," a series starring Octavia Spencer and Kate Hudson. He wasn't licensed to practice medicine in California-—or anywhere else.
Fans and celebrities pay tribute to the English actor, best known for his role as the antagonist in the film series' original trilogy.
Want a session with Dr. Melfi? It's gonna cost you.
"You know how there's a whole class of white dudes, like just schlubby white dues who went to high school with me but now made it in showbiz?" the comedian said in the viral interview.
"Gender harassment is the most common type of harassment in Hollywood and was experienced by 62 percent males and 67 percent of females," according to the study led by Anita Hill. Yeah, THAT Anita Hill.
"I'm profoundly grateful for the love and support from my family and friends. Thank you for your prayers and well wishes," Bridges wrote on Twitter.
This week actress Kirstie Alley faced intense backlash when she voiced her support for Trump and tweeted about her intentions to vote for the Republican on November 3. Here are the president's other famous supporters.
A suspect has been taken into custody after a standoff with police at the Paramount Pictures studio lot in Los Angeles.
A new show called "Tuttle Twins" from VidAngel, a streaming service previously sued by major Hollywood studios, will attack socialism and promote freedom.
"We're facing a titanic level of disruption to the live cinema marketplace that in some ways goes beyond COVID, but COVID is the current inciting incident," Eric Schiffer, chairman and CEO of private equity firm The Patriarch Organization told Newsweek.
Perry has joined other Hollywood billionaires like Oprah Winfrey, Steven Spielberg and George Lucas.
As celebrities attack Tucker Carlson and Fox News, at least three entertainers are risking he wrath of Hollywood liberals by defending the controversial host.
Risking her career, the 'Gone With the Wind' actress also urged Hollywood to condemn the USSR's human-rights abuses.
"if you wear a MAGA hat, you may be fired, or if you say, 'I like what President Trump did the other day,' you might be fired, completely removed from the set, and that's wrong," the actor told "Newsweek."
"I was downstairs early in the morning making coffee and I thought she was still asleep upstairs," Sheen explained in 2016.
Depp is suing Newsgroup Newspapers for an article that alleged he was violent towards ex-wife Amber Heard, a claim he strongly denies.
"I book more jobs being a tattooed model then I did before when I had none," Tina Louise said in 2015.
"I just love who she is as a person."
The "Stranger Things" actress revealed she was also told she looked "too Jewish" for a movie role in the past.
The former partner of actress Liz Hurley and father of her son Damian, Bing is reported to have died after falling from an apartment building.
The mural was painted on Saturday ahead of a march led by the black LGBTQ+ community in Los Angeles.