The final trailer for Spencer, starring Kristen Stewart as Princess Diana, has just dropped, and it's clear the accolades the actress has already garnered are well deserved. Spencer takes place in the 1990s over a crucial Christmas holiday during which Diana plotted her divorce from Prince Charlesand... Read More.
Snoop Dogg and Martha Stewart are reuniting to celebrate Halloween. The 49-year-old rap icon and the 80-year-old lifestyle guru are judging a new food competition inspired by Halloween. Snoop and Martha's Very Tasty Halloween is being produced by Buzzfeed, and will stream on Peacock. Teams of... Read More.
Rod Stewart will release The Tears of Hercules -- his 31st studio album and his first new record in three years -- on November 12. The 12-track collection features nine new original songs and three covers, including renditions of Johnny Cash's "These Are My People"... Read More.
(NOTE LANGUAGE) The news of the death of stand-up comedian and legendary Saturday Night Live "Weekend Update" anchor Norm Macdonald sent shockwaves through the comic community Tuesday, with many turning to social media to mourn him. Macdonald, who was a member of the sketch show's cast from 1993 to 1998,... Read More.
Director Pablo Larraín's movie Spencer just debuted at the Venice Film Festival, and Kristen Stewart is already winning raves for her portrayal as Princess Diana. The Hollywood Reporter, for example, piled on the superlatives for the film, calling Stewart "incandescent," and declares that the actress "has... Read More.
NEON Films has released a teaser-trailer to Spencer, the film that has Kristen Stewart portraying Princess Diana. Set to a choral version of Lou Reed's "Perfect Day," the clip juxtaposes servants laying out royal finery for a sumptuous holiday dinner with Stewart's Diana, tearfully looking at herself in a bathroom mirror. "Ma'am?"... Read More.
Jon Stewart and Pete Davidson have teamed up to create NYC Still Rising After 20 Years: A Comedy Celebration, to mark the 20th anniversary of the September 11 attacks, with several comedy greats coming together to celebrate New York City. Dave Chappelle, Bill Burr, Amy Schumer, Wanda Sykes, Colin Quinn, Ronny Chieng, Tom Segura and Dave Attell will all take... Read More.