(LOS ANGELES) -- The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) has revealed how the 93rd Academy Awards will be presented this April. In a statement released Wednesday, the Academy said the award show on Sunday, April 25, 2021 will be broadcast... Read More.
(CONNECTICUT) -- Christopher Plummer, the acclaimed Canadian actor perhaps best known for his role in The Sound of Music, has died. He was 91. The Oscar winner died at his home in Connecticut with Elaine Taylor, his wife and best friend of 53 years, by... Read More.
(LOS ANGELES) -- Cloris Leachman, the versatile Oscar and multiple-Emmy winning actress whose career on stage, television and film spanned more than seven decades, has died at age 94. She passed away Tuesday of natural causes in Encinitas, California, her longtime manager Juliet Green tells ABC News. "There... Read More.
(LOS ANGELES) -- The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) announced Thursday that its Board of Governors voted to present the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award to actor, filmmaker, writer, producer, and philanthropist Tyler Perry in recognition of his charity efforts. The... Read More.
(LOS ANGELES) -- Jennifer Lopez started 2020 with a brand new mindset when she took over the Super Bowl halftime stage and included a direct homage to her 2019 film Hustlers during her empowering routine. As for why the 51-year-old singer decided include pole dancing in her performance, which... Read More.
(LOS ANGELES) -- Oscar winners George Clooney and Regina King, as well as singer, actress and activist Selena Gomez, and Dr. Anthony Fauci have been unveiled as the faces that will grace a four-cover special edition of People magazine's annual People of the Year issue. Clooney
(LOS ANGELES) -- When Halle Berry made history becoming the first Black woman to win Best Actress at the 2002 Academy Awards for Monster's Ball, she truly believed that she was the first of many Black women to receive the honor. Nearly 20 years later, however, Berry is... Read More.
(LONDON) -- Alan Parker, the British writer-director behind movies including Fame, Bugsy Malone, and Mississippi Burning died Friday after a lengthy illness, according to The Hollywood Reporter. He was 76. A versatile filmmaker, Parker was known for moving fluidly through various genres -- from the Civil Rights struggle-themed Mississippi... Read More.