(LOS ANGELES) -- Thor: Ragnarok, the third film in Marvel's Thor franchise, got its premiere in Los Angeles on Tuesday.
The movie has a different tone that previous Thor films -- with humor, a mix characters from the Marvel universe, and a short-haired protagonist. At the premiere, star Chris Hemsworth described the film as having "a lot more fun, a lot more humor [and] a grander sense of adventure...".
It's a change for which the Avengers series actor was thankful.
"It's a recreation - we had to destroy the old to invent something new," Hemsworth said, thanking director Taikia Waititi,…
(NEW YORK) -- The bad news for movie mogul Harvey Weinstein continues to mount: After a bombshell story by the New York Times described years of alleged sexual misconduct, a new expose by The New Yorker includes even more shocking allegations, including the news that the NYPD once investigated him for sexual abuse. In addition, more high-profile actresses are coming forward to accuse Weinstein of harassing them.
Angelina Jolie and Gwyneth Paltrow both tell the New York Times they allegedly suffered some of the same unwanted advances from Weinstein that others have described.
"I had a bad experience with Harvey Weinstein in my youth, and as a result, chose…
(LOS ANGELES) -- On his Instagram account, Sylvester Stallone broke the news that he's stepping back in the directing ring, going behind the camera for Creed 2, the sequel to the hit spinoff of the Rocky films.
"Looking forward to directing and Producing The incredibly talented Michael B Jordan in CREED 2 next year," Stallone posted, adding, "One more Round !"
Director Ryan Coogler's Creed -- which starred Michael B. Jordan as Adonis Johnson, the son of Rocky Balboa's frenemy Apollo Creed -- propelled Coogler to A-List director status. The movie earned critical acclaim as well as more than $170 million at the box office.
Coogler went on to helm the upcoming Black…
(LOS ANGELES) -- Tracee Ellis Ross said she feels "really proud" to be on the hit ABC show black-ish because it tackles tough issues in society and breaks them down for viewers. In tonight's episode, postpartum depression takes the spotlight as only black-ish could.
“Postpartum is prevalent and it’s something that is not talked about,” Ross, 44, said on Good Morning America today. “And it is something that can be treated and supported and a lot of women experience it, and I love that we address it on the show.”
The Golden Globe-winning actress said it was, “really interesting trying to find…
(LOS ANGELES) -- Frozen's Kristen Bell and LEGO Batman's Will Arnett have landed voice roles in the big-screen version of DC Entertainment's animated TV series Teen Titans Go!, reports Variety.
The movie, whose full title is Teen Titans Go! to the Movies, will also star Scott Menville, Greg Cipes, Khary Payton, Tara Strong, and Hynden Walch, reprising their roles as, respectively, Robin, Beast Boy, Cyborg, Raven, and Starfire from the popular Cartoon Network series.
As its name suggests, the toon follows the teenage versions of some of DC Comics' heroes and heroines.
The roles for Arnett and Bell have not yet been revealed.
Teen Titans Go! is scheduled…
(LOS ANGELES) -- Movie stars Kate Winslet, George Clooney, and Jennifer Lawrence are the latest to weigh on allegations that studio owner Harvey Weinstein sexually harassed multiple women over three decades.
"The way Harvey Weinstein has treated these vulnerable, talented young women is NOT the way women should ever EVER deem to be acceptable or commonplace in ANY workplace," Winslet said in a statement to Variety.
Winslet, who won a best actress Oscar in 2009 for her role in The Weinstein Company's The Reader, added that Weinstein's behavior is “without question disgraceful and appalling and very, very wrong...it makes me so angry.”
In an interview…
(LOS ANGELES) -- The Voice kicked off its final week of blind auditions Monday night.
Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Miley Cyrus and Jennifer Hudson were back in their spinning chairs, putting the finishing touches on their teams, with Adam landing the night’s biggest artist.
Nashville’s Chloe Kohanski, 23, is a coffee shop singer and a huge Miley Cyrus fan. Her husky-voiced cover of Fleetwood Mac’s “The Chain” convinced Miley, Blake and Jennifer to turn their chairs around. Jennifer loved the singer’s “sassy” style, adding that Kohanski’s “vibe was so cool, it made me just want to be your friend.” Miley pointed to their mutual love for Fleetwood Mac’s Stevie Nicks,…
(LOS ANGELES) -- Things are clearly taking a darker turn in the final trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi, which debuted during ESPN's Monday Night Football.
The trailer opens with Adam Driver's evil, tormented Kylo Ren, his face now scarred from his lightsaber duel with Daisy Ridley's Rey in The Force Awakens. He picks up his black lightsaber as Supreme Leader Snoke, voiced by Andy Serkis, intones: "When I found you, I saw raw, untamed power -- and beyond that, something truly special."
We then cut to Rey training with Mark Hamill's Luke Skywalker on his exile island, as Luke accepts his old lightsaber from her, completing the…
(LOS ANGELES) -- It was a night of a thousand tissues on Monday's Dancing with the Stars, where the theme was Most Memorable Night. In week four's emotional show, stars paid tribute to a pivotal time in their lives and shared stories about the moments that helped define who they are today.
Frankie Muniz was first out. The former Malcolm in the Middle star talked about having had nine concussions and "a fair amount of mini strokes" that have affected his memory, but, he said, "My most memorable year is 2017, I'm happy with my decisions. Even if I don't remember it all, I'm…
(NEW YORK) -- Meghan McCain made her official debut as The View’s new co-host Monday, and she already has two big supporters: her dad, Arizona Sen. John McCain, and mom, Cindy McCain. The former Fox News contributor says her parents have been encouraging from the start, even though they weren't always fans of the show.
"Yeah, it's strange because my parents haven't always loved this show and I think a lot of Republicans don't always love this show," she says. "[But] they could not have been more supportive and encouraging and they're very excited and my dad keeps tweeting about it right now."
(LOS ANGELES) -- As Meryl Streep's lengthy statement criticizing movie mogul Harvey Weinstein began making headlines, others in Hollywood -- some of whom have worked with the Oscar-winning producer -- are also sounding off.
In a statement to Newsweek, Oscar-winner Judi Dench -- who was once such a fan of Weinstein that she reportedly had a temporary tattoo of him placed on her posterior -- called the accusations "horrifying."
Her statement also noted she was "completely unaware of these offenses," and that she wished to "offer my sympathy to those who have suffered." Weinstein produced Dench's movie Mrs. Brown.
Oscar-winner Jeff Bridges, who worked with Weinstein on the…
(LOS ANGELES) -- Following movie mogul Harvey Weinstein's dismissal from The Weinstein Company after multiple sexual abuse allegations were reported by the New York Times, some in Hollywood have been speaking about against the movie producer, including Oscar-winner Meryl Streep.
Meryl Streep, who praised Weinstein as "God" during her Oscar acceptance speech for the movie The Iron Lady, has issued a statement to the Huffington Post saying she was not aware of Weinstein's behavior, and offering praise for his alleged victims who've come forward.
“The disgraceful news about Harvey Weinstein has appalled those of us whose work he championed, and those whose good and worthy causes…