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- ‘Black Panther’ Passes $10 Million on China Debut
- Tom Petty hospitalized, status unknown
- Khloe Kardashian Is About Four Months Along in Her Pregnancy
- Halle Berry and Alex Da Kid’s relationship goes Instagram official
- Linda Hamilton Returning to the Terminator Franchise with James Cameron
- Lena Waithe, Donald Glover, Sterling K. Brown Make History at Emmys
- Lena Waithe Makes Emmy History as First Black Woman to Win for Comedy Writing
“Black Panther” has made a bright start on top of the box office, as it heads into Chinese multiplexes. That should help allay
Tom Petty was taken to a hospital Sunday night, law enforcement officials confirmed to ABC News.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department in
Us Weekly exclusively revealed on Tuesday, September 26 that Kardashian, 33, and boyfriend Tristan Thompson are expecting their first child together. The Good
Halle Berry stunned fans with photos of her leg (and butt) revealing dress at the Kingsman premiere in London Monday, and she’s
James Cameron announced at a private event Tuesday night that the original Sarah Connor, Linda Hamilton, will join Arnold Schwarzenegger for the next
Three black actors took the spotlight at Sunday night’s 69th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards and made history in the process.
Master of None’s
Lena Waithe has made Emmy history as the first African-American woman to win for comedy writing.
Waithe won for co-writing the “Thanksgiving” episode
Donald Glover continues to prove he’s one of the most versatile creators in American entertainment.
At the 69th annual Emmy Awards on Sunday,
Heather Locklear was hospitalized on Thursday after she got into a car crash in California, according to People magazine.
The magazine reports Locklear,
Kevin Hart has in the past week been in the news after he tendered a cryptic apology to his wife and kids on