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The last season of the Emmy-winning Amazon series premiered in 2019.
The comedian confirmed she was dating the rapper in July 2020, after meeting on a movie set the previous year.
The heirs to the luxury fashion brand publicly slammed the new film starring Lady Gaga as an "insult" to their family.
Carrie, Miranda and Charlotte are back -- along with a host of new pals -- in the HBO Max revival series, which begins Dec. 9.
Maggie Wheeler joined "American Idol" alum Jax with a message for Chandler.
The “Easy on Me” singer will hit the stage at Caesars Palace for a 12-week stint.
Sony producer Amy Pascal said the studio is already planning "the next three" films with Holland back in the title role.
He is the winningest coach in Notre Dame history and his team still has a chance at the College Football Playoff.
“I realized I had gotten way, way too comfortable in the city. My guard was down," the actor told Dax Shepard on his "Armchair Expert" podcast.
"The Daily Show" highlights how it's all Greek to pundits and the president.
The Oscar winner made her directorial debut with "Bruised," which premiered on the streaming service on Nov. 24.
"The Late Show" host mockingly explained why the online discount day is “the highlight of the holiday season."
"It's like watching a dog walk into a mirror," the "Jimmy Kimmel Live" host said.
Maggie Gyllenhaal's Elena Ferrante adaptation “The Lost Daughter" won four Gotham Awards including best feature film.
The New York actor and singer gave HuffPost an early listen to his version of "Talent" from "Sondheim Unplugged: The NYC Sessions."
Dahl is best known for films like “Journey to the Center of the Earth” and “Three Little Words,” and for being the mother of Lorenzo Lamas.
Jussie Smollett's defense attorney says he is a “real victim” of a racist and homophobic attack in Chicago in January 2019.
The surviving Beatles and Olivia Harrison posted social media tributes to the musician.
“The Tender Bar” director discussed how Hollywood and work culture is “moving in the right direction” since Harvey Weinstein.
The actor confirmed this week that he and director Steven Soderbergh are teaming up for “Magic Mike’s Last Dance,” set to debut on HBO Max.