Billie Eilish opens up about her attraction to women, saying she didn't realize people didn't know. She's up for six Grammy nominations.
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Beyoncé surprises fans with new song "My House" following the release of her film "Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé".
Spotify Wrapped has gone viral, with 120 million users accessing it in 2021. The campaign has been praised and criticized.
Top-rated late-night host Stephen Colbert's show canceled as he recovers from surgery, jokingly hinting at Thanksgiving overindulgence. Celebrities due to appear.
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Jamie Foxx sued for sexual assault in 2015 on NYC rooftop. Accuser alleges groping and inappropriate behavior. Social media reacts.
'Good Burger 2' brings back Kenan and Kel, but the sequel has a convoluted and humorless plot with lame jokes.
'Good Burger 2' arrives 26 years after the original, but the sequel's nostalgia-driven plot and unfunny jokes fail to hit the mark.
Jenna Ortega exits Scream VII after Melissa Barrera's firing by Spyglass over pro-Palestine comments, leading to a full creative reboot.
Comedian Matt Rife's Netflix special sparks controversy with jokes about domestic violence and his response to backlash. Viral content.
Scream 7 actress Melissa Barrera reportedly fired for criticizing Israel-Hamas war on social media, faces backlash for alleged antisemitic posts.
Mexican actress Melissa Barrera fired from Scream VII after 'antisemitic and pro-Palestine' posts on social media. Read more on The Mirror US.
Melissa Barrera was fired from Scream VII over criticism of Israel, part of Hollywood's ongoing Israel-Palestine divisions. Variety reports.
Marvel faces crisis with 'The Marvels' reshoots, reviving original Avengers and Jonathan Majors' back-up plans revealed 3 weeks ago.
Meghan Markle cheered on the Vancouver Canucks against the San Jose Sharks in Canada, piling on more than $64,000 in luxe accessories.
Shakira has reached a settlement with Spanish authorities to avoid a trial that accused the singer of evading millions of dollars in taxes.
"The Crown" final season depicts Princess Diana posthumously, sparking criticism from viewers, while creators defend the portrayal as an extension of her life.
Billie Eilish opens up about her insecurities with her body image and feeling undesirable as a woman in new interview.
Jay Penske, CEO of Variety's parent company Penske Media Corporation, mourns the loss of close friend and producer Kevin Turen.
Colorado author Rebecca Yarros' "Fourth Wing" and "Iron Flame" are getting a TV series, cementing her status as a global publishing force.
Marvel's upcoming show "Echo" features the return of Alaqua Cox as Maya Lopez, a Native American deaf amputee facing a crisis of faith and family. The show explores her past, including her transformation into a villain, and her reunion with Wilson Fisk. The show's executive producer promises new abilities for Maya. The release date has been pushed back to January 10, 2024. The show aims to deliver quality storytelling and has a TV-MA rating, suggesting a darker tone.
Grammy-nominated drummer Aaron Spears, known for his work with artists like Ariana Grande and Lady Gaga, has died at 47. His wife Jessica announced the news on Instagram, praising his talent and love for music. Spears' legacy will live on through his music.
Actor-singer Jack Black surprises crowd at SAG-AFTRA fundraiser by stripping shirtless and singing Taylor Swift's 'Anti-Hero'.
Richard Roundtree, best known for his role in the 1971 film Shaft, has died at the age of 77. His work was influential for African American actors in the industry.
Jennifer Lawrence's full-frontal nude scene in the movie "No Hard Feelings" gains attention after being released on Netflix.
"Rick and Morty season 7 debuts with new voice actors replacing Justin Roiland. Fans speculate on their past work."
Striking Hollywood Actors Cancel Picket Lines on Hamas' 'Day of Jihad' Due to 'Potential Safety Concerns'
Hollywood actors cancel picketing due to safety concerns, possibly related to Hamas' "Day of Jihad" worldwide demonstrations.
Dick Butkus, one of the most celebrated defensive players in NFL history, has died at the age of 80. Known for his brutal tackles, Butkus also had a successful career as an actor and philanthropist. He died in his sleep in Malibu.
The Beckhams stole the show at a red carpet event with their kids, showcasing their family bond.
Actress Julia Ormond sues Harvey Weinstein for sexual battery, alleging he assaulted her in 1995. She also sues Disney, Miramax, and CAA for negligence.
Allstate is sponsoring a unique streaming event featuring Pixar's "Toy Story" characters during an NFL game, replacing traditional commercials with football trivia questions.
WBD May Favor Local Partnerships Over Worldwide Max Rollout, Says JB Perette: We Have the IP to Be a Survivor
Warner Bros Discovery's JB Perrette warns of pain and consolidation in the global streaming market, but believes the merged group has what it takes to succeed. The company's Max streaming product will be rolled out in a pre-determined sequence, with some markets potentially being skipped in favor of local partnerships. Perrette suggests that the streaming market has gone too far too fast and needs to return to rationality and profitability. Despite the challenges, he remains optimistic about the company's strategy and content.
DWTS cast members will not be in violation of strike rules when the show premieres its 32nd season.
Britney Spears' sister, Jamie Lynn, is joining Dancing With the Stars, but their relationship remains strained amid Britney's divorce.
The season premiere of 'Dancing with the Stars' may be postponed due to pressure from the ongoing writers' strike.
The season premiere of 'Dancing with the Stars' may be postponed due to the ongoing writers' strike and mounting pressure on the talent.
Bijou Phillips Seeks Spousal Support from Danny Masterson in Prison amid Divorce Docs Showing Lack of Prenup
Bijou Phillips files for divorce from Danny Masterson after he is sentenced to 30 years to life in prison.
"Family values" party ignores scandalous behavior of Congresswoman Boebert and Governor Noem's reported affair. eBay auction items for striking movie & TV crews.
"Murder She Wrote Movie in the Works at Universal with 'Dumb Money' Writers and Producer Amy Pascal Attached"
Universal Pictures is developing a "Murder, She Wrote" movie, with writers Lauren Schuker Blum and Rebecca Angelo and producer Amy Pascal attached.
Jimmy Fallon addresses allegations of a "toxic workplace" on his show, apologizing to staff and expressing his desire for inclusivity and fun.
Streaming Now on Disney+: The Little Mermaid! Discover Other Places to Watch the Live-Action Version
"The Little Mermaid" live-action film is now available to stream on multiple platforms, including Disney+. Don't miss out on this magical adaptation!
Polanski's and Allen's films at the Venice Film Festival are criticized and deemed out of touch with current conversations.
Hulu's sitcom "How I Met Your Father" canceled after two seasons due to low ratings, leaving viewers wondering about the father's identity.
ABC's newest dating show, The Golden Bachelor, featuring 72-year-old Gerry Turner, will premiere on September 28. 22 women will compete for his heart.
Danny Trejo celebrates 55 years of sobriety, sharing his journey on Twitter and offering hope to those struggling with addiction.
Fans of the TV show 9-1-1 were shocked when it was announced that the show would not be picked up for a seventh season by Fox. However, the show has found a new home on ABC. The return of the show, along with others, is uncertain due to ongoing strikes.
Ron Cephas Jones, known for his role on "This Is Us," has died at 66. The veteran actor won two Emmys and had a prolific career in theater and television.
Former ESPN anchor Sage Steele claims that Barbara Walters physically attacked her backstage on The View in 2014, sparking controversy.
Commenters online criticize Bradley Cooper's makeup in the trailer for "Maestro" for playing on antisemitic stereotypes. Bernstein's children defend Cooper's portrayal.
Stevie Nicks has praised the Prime Video series "Daisy Jones and the Six," calling it emotional and reminiscent of her own story.
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Deciphering Variety: The Pulse of the Entertainment Industry
Ever wondered where you can get your daily fix of Hollywood news and entertainment buzz? Well, I've got two words for you - Variety Magazine. So, what kind of glittery content can we feast our eyes on under this snazzy umbrella?
Variety magazine keeps its finger firmly on the pulse of show business. Think about it like "Google" but for Tinseltown! First off, the world-renowned publication uncovers scoops involving industry giants. Picked up a tweet from Spielberg hinting at his next big release? You bet they're covering it!
The bread and butter here are film reviews from seasoned movie critics who offer insightful interpretations and balanced judgments. They separate compelling cinema treasures from over-hyped blockbusters with finesse.
"But how exclusive is Variety's music scene coverage?" I hear you ask. Exceptionally so! Whether digging into Cardi B's latest Grammy win or discussing Bob Dylan's timeless appeal, readers are served generous slices of pop culture pie.
Theater buffs aren't left in cold either; spotlight-shining articles cover everything occurring behind Broadway curtains to West End premieres. Imagine walking down Times Square with every flashing marquee promising an adventure incomparable to anything else – that’s akin to reading through their theatre section.