Lights aren’t the only thing blinding The Weeknd’s fanbase.
The Canadian artist, born Abel Tesfaye, was recently under fire for his tone-deaf reaction to a Rolling Stone article detailing the allegations of gross misogyny on the set of his upcoming HBO show, “The Idol.” Rather than apologizing or directly addressing the contents of the article, The Weeknd, a cast member and co-creator, tweeted “Did we upset you?” alongside a clip from the show in which his character chastises the publication.
Diane Marie Brown is lighting up the literary world.
The alumnus’ debut novel, “Black Candle Women,” was recently chosen as the March selection for the Today Show’s “Read With Jenna” Book Club.
The stars shone bright for this year’s Academy Award nominees.
Hollywood’s biggest night returned to the Dolby Theatre once again. In his first time hosting since 2018, Jimmy Kimmel opened the ceremony with a monologue highlighting this year’s first-time and returning contenders before recognizing the global diversity of the nominee pool.
Ghostface is slicing through the Big Apple – albeit with a slightly dull blade.
“Scream VI,” the latest chapter in the popular horror franchise, follows the survivors of the killings in the previous film as they try to navigate a fresh start in New York City.
This post was updated Mar. 10 at 6:57 p.m.
Another picture-perfect celebration awaits at the upcoming Oscars ceremony.
Returning to the Dolby Theatre, the 2023 Academy Awards will be honoring the biggest names in film once again.
This post was updated on Feb. 26, 2023 at 8:19 p.m.
“Mutt” is exploring the complex nuances of navigating long-lost relationships and day-to-day challenges.
Premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, “Mutt” follows a day in the life of a young transgender man named Feña who is forced to reconnect with his straight ex-boyfriend, estranged father and 13-year-old half sister.
Chivalry is dead in Dan Jones’ fiction debut.
Released Feb. 14, “Essex Dogs” follows a group of ten English mercenaries led by Loveday FitzTalbot that aids King Edward III in his invasion of France.
This post was updated Feb. 14 at 8:39 p.m.
With each bead and thread, Reika Goto is crafting both the ethereal and the whimsical.
The second-year communication and psychology student is the owner of Laurei Designs, a small business that sells handmade jewelry and customized embroidery pieces.
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