(NEW YORK) -- The hack on Ghostbusters and Saturday Night Live star Leslie Jones' website, JustLeslie.com, is now a federal case.
Rachael Yong Yow, Public Affairs Officer for the New York Field Office of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, tells ABC News that the Department of Homeland Security is investigating the cyber crime that saw Jones' private pictures, including nude photos, and other material swiped from her iCloud account and posted on her personal website.
"The investigation is currently ongoing," Yow said in an email, adding, "In order to protect the integrity of the case, no further details are available at this time."
Jones recently quit Twitter for…
(NEW YORK) -- Sarah Jessica Parker is ending her relationship with Mylan, the company that makes the life-saving allergy medication-injecting EpiPen, after the company raised the price of its product to more than 500 bucks.
The price hike represents a 450-percent increase since the company began selling the product in 2007 -- turning it into a "billion-dollar business," Bloomberg Businessweek reports.
Parker had taken part in a promotional campaign touting the medicine's use in counteracting the severe allergic reaction known as anaphylaxis. Calling the EpiPen a "lifesaving necessity" for people like James Wilkie, her peanut-allergic son with Matthew Broderick, Parker blasted Mylan.
(NEW YORK) -- A 36-year-old terminally ill British Star Wars fan who started a successful Internet push to see Rogue One: A Star Wars Story early, has died.
The hashtag #RogueOneWish -- retweeted by fans including Luke Skywalker himself, Mark Hamill -- led Lucasfilm's and ABC News' parent company, Disney, to grant Neil Hanvey's final wish. Hanvey's wife Andrea shared on Facebook that her husband saw the film Saturday, and died Monday.
Andrea Hanvey's now started a crowdfunding campaign to raise money for the hospice where Hanvey died.
One year ago, 32-year-old terminally ill cancer patient Daniel Fleetwood of Texas successfully lobbied to…
(NEW YORK) -- Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is rock-solid at the box office, enough to make him Hollywood’s highest-paid actor.
The star of the forthcoming Fast 8 earned an estimated $64.8 million in the last 12 months, according to Forbes, more than double what he made last year. Matt Damon, who placed third with $55 million, saw a 120% increase over last year’s earnings, thanks in large part to his starring role in the box office hit The Martian.
Jackie Chan came in second, with $61 million. Tom Cruise and Johnny Depp round out the top five.
Robert Downey, Jr. topped…
(NEW YORK) -- Martin Lawrence is returning to the stand-up stage in a new comedy special on Showtime that will air in September.
The special, called Martin Lawrence Doin' Time: Uncut, will be the actor/comedian's first stand-up special in 14 years, and will feature signature Lawrence impressions that cover everything from "sex and relationships to President Obama, Bill Cosby and Hollywood."
“I look forward to having my third concert film premiere on Showtime," said Martin in a statement to Variety . "Fourteen years is a long time between concert specials and I am excited to know that my TV audience…
(LOS ANGELES) -- Wednesday night's installment of NBC’s America’s Got Talent saw seven of the 12 acts that performed on Tuesday's show learn that they had been chosen to advance to the semifinals. The other five acts were sent home.
Michael Phelps, the most decorated Olympian of all time with 23 gold medals, including five at the recent 2016 Rio Olympics, appeared as a guest co-host on Wednesday's show.
Judges Howie Mandel, Heidi Klum, Mel B and Simon Cowell, along with host Nick Cannon, were on hand for the live event airing from Hollywood's Dolby Theater to learn which acts…
(NEW YORK) -- Michelle Obama is adding her voice to those calling for more diversity in television and film.
While admitting to Variety that she's a product of pop culture and uses the medium to promote things that matter to her, the first lady finds fault with the entertainment industry for its lack of diversity.
“For so many people, television and movies may be the only way they understand people who aren’t like them,” she says.
Mrs. Obama believes the industry can influence perceptions in the way it did in the '70s, when TV viewers "developed a love for Archie Bunker,…
(NEW YORK) -- As many wrestling fans had been speculating, the purported beef between Fast & Furious stars Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Vin Diesel is all part of a calculated lead-up to a WWE wrestling match between the pair to promote their upcoming Fast 8 -- at least, according to Life and Style magazine.
The tabloid says the widely reported on-set static that led Rock to put certain "candy a**" co-stars on blast on Instagram is in fact, "a publicity stunt to amp up drama for a WWE wrestling match and to help promote the April 2017 release of Fast 8."
Diesel quickly outed himself as said candy-canned co-worker,…
(NEW YORK) -- Ghostbusters and Saturday Night Live star Leslie Jones has a new headache online: somebody hacked her personal website and reportedly posted nude photos of her.
The Hollywood Reporter notes the cyber attacker -- or attackers -- grabbed personal pictures and other information from Jones' iCloud account and posted them on her website, JustLeslie.com, after control of it was illegally seized.
Her site was taken down around noon Eastern time.
The comic and actress recently quit Twitter, albeit briefly, amid cyberbulling at the hands of online trolls that targeted her over her participation in the all-female Ghostbusters remake.
Jones soon reactivated her account and, in happier…
(LOS ANGELES) -- While he proved he can bulk up, as seen in the movie 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi, John Krasinski says seeing super-buff Chris Hemsworth as Thor scared The Office alum away from playing Captain America.
Krasinski, who screen-tested for the part that eventually went to Chris Evans, revealed the news to Conan O’Brien Tuesday night, after admitting to being nervous that security-obsessed Marvel would come after him for spilling secrets.
"It was a big deal for me...because I love those Marvel movies," the actor recalled. "They actually allowed me to wear the suit," he added, miming getting dressed in Cap's spangly uniform.
"I was putting on…
(LOS ANGELES) -- Speaking to GQ Australia, Suicide Squad actor Scott Eastwood revealed a personal tragedy -- one which he believes has affected his attitude towards relationships.
When asked about the last time he cried, the actor, 30, said, "I dated a girl a couple of years ago who died in a car accident.”
He described the horrific details of the accident, calling it "f***ed up."
"There was a recall on airbags," he said of his former girlfriend's car. "Her airbag exploded. It shot a projectile through her body. It split her spine, and...I’ve never told anybody that."
He didn't name the woman, but People magazine…
(LOS ANGELES) -- American Horror Story regular Sarah Paulson is going glam for her next TV role.
The actress is joining the cast of AHS creator/producer Ryan Murphy's latest anthology series, Feud. The show's firt season will focus on the rivalry between Joan Crawford, to be played by Jessica Lange, and Bette Davis, to be played by Susan Sarandon, during the making of the 1962 film What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?
Paulson, who's nominated for an Emmy for playing prosecutor Marcia Clark in Murphy's The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story, will portray Geraldine Page, Murphy announced on Twitter.…
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