After video went viral showing kids at a Dallas drag show, a Texas state representative is floating a bill that would ban minors at such performances. NBC News' Jay Valle has more details.
- Good Morning America
Kevin Bacon has officially joined in on the TikTok "Footloose" challenge. The actor, who played Ren McCormack in the 1984 classic, shared a video of himself trying out the viral dance challenge with his wife, actress Kyra Sedgwick, on Tuesday. The challenge is set to the film's theme song of the same name by Kenny Loggins.
We’re finally getting a clearer picture of NBC’s forthcoming Quantum Leap reboot. On Wednesday, the network announced that the series will premiere on Monday, Sept. 19 at 10/9c (leading out of The Voice). In tandem with that news, greater detail was shared about the plot. Previously, in addition to any character breakdowns, it was only […]
Here's The "Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness" Alternate Ending That They Didn't Wind Up Using And The '90s Sci-Fi Show It's Very Similar To
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The "Late Show" host shows how this week's Jan. 6 hearing testimony led to an uncomfortable moment on the right-wing network.
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- The AV Club
Ashes to ashes, dust to dust, we now return Obi-Wan Kenobi: A Star Wars Story to the Earth’s crust.
I mean, can you really blame the Golden Girls for cracking up during Betty White's "herring war" speech?View Entire Post ›
- Men's Health
Ms. Marvel Episode 4 introduced Red Dagger/Kareem, played by Aramis Knight. Here's what we know about the character and his Marvel Comics origin.
"Fake Drake" shared what it would take for him to put his Drake impersonation days behind him.
NBC Sets Fall Premiere Dates: La Brea, #OneChicago, Quantum Leap Reboot, Law & Order Trio, The Voice and More
NBC is the fourth broadcast network (following Fox, ABC and CBS) to unveil its fall rollout plan, setting premiere dates for more than a dozen new and returning series. As previously announced, La Brea is staying put in the Tuesday time slot that served its hit freshman run well, while the #OneChicago and Law & Order franchises […]
Dakota Johnson Opens Up About How ‘Psychotic’ It Was Making 'Fifty Shades' and Jamie Dornan Feud Rumors
Seven years after the release of the first 'Fifty Shades of Grey' movie, Dakota Johnson is ready to be honest about how challenging it was to make the films.
- Charlotte Observer
A key concern surrounding “The Stadium Tour’s” Charlotte stop — Tommy Lee’s rib injury aside — was whether rain might put a damper on things.
The long-awaited “Who’s the Boss?” sequel series will star Alyssa Milano and Tony Danza and be available on Amazon's Freevee streaming service.
Barbie stars Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling, along with America Ferrera and Will Ferrell, enjoyed a day at the beach while shooting the much-anticipated movie about the beloved Mattel doll
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A Twitter video of a husky licking a TV screen depicting a plate of meat went viral this week, but the statuesque golden retriever sitting next to the husky steals the show. In the video, which was posted on Sunday, the husky tries to get its face close enough to the TV screen to lick it. The video has garnered over 9.3 million views and 66,600 likes so far.
- E! News
Hugh Bonneville, who plays the Earl of Grantham in Downton Abbey, said it's time to let a new generation star in the beloved series. Read more here!
37 "Stranger Things" Season 4 Side-By-Sides That Show What Was Happening Behind The Scenes Vs. On The Show
Vecna's lair in the Upside Down was a huge set made up of blue screens and practical set pieces.View Entire Post ›
Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling are dressed as Hot Skatin' Barbie and Ken on the set of their new movie—check out all the pics!
- The Daily Beast
Warner Bros.Elvis isn’t a particularly funny movie. But it did make me laugh out loud exactly one time, which is the best thing I can say about Baz Lurhmann’s exhaustingly loud, terribly boring new film.Early in the movie, Colonel Tom Parker (a grotesque Tom Hanks) is working with country singer Hank Snow, booking him for traveling music revues. We know he’s a money-hungry hustler—he’s narrating the movie from the perspective of many years later, after he’s gambled all of now-dead Elvis Presley’