The daughter of Michael Jackson promotes her role in the "Scream: Resurrection" miniseries with a nod to the petrifying past.
The late pop star's oldest child enjoyed the pomp and circumstance amid a rare public appearance by his youngest sibling.
The Queen of Pop told British Vogue she hasn't seen "Leaving Neverland," which lays out sexual abuse claims against Jackson.
The media mogul said she hasn't received that much "hateration" since Ellen DeGeneres' historic coming-out episode.
The story of the real Hands Across America, homages to “The Shining” and “Jaws,” and the dark duality of Michael Jackson shape Jordan Peele’s twisted tale.
The UCLA athlete said she stopped using the singer's music and doing Jackson-inspired moves after "Leaving Neverland" was released.
“To be crystal clear, there is no situation or circumstance where it is OK for the innocence of children to be taken advantage of by anyone."
"STOP IN THE NAME OF LOVE," she wrote on Twitter about the abuse claims continuing to trail the late singer.
The pop singer's "sexual needs were his sexual needs," and the boys were "thrilled" to be at Neverland Ranch, she insisted in an interview.
Louis Vuitton is removing its Jackson-inspired clothing from its collection after the release of "Leaving Neverland.”
The artistic director of the brand's menswear line, Virgil Abloh, says he condemns "any form of child abuse, violence or infringement against any human rights."
An official said the museum wants to showcase “people of high character.”
Showrunner Nick Antosca discusses his new series, based on real life victim-turned-killer Gypsy Rose Blanchard.
There’s a lot to unpack and learn from James Safechuck’s and Wade Robson’s sexual abuse allegations against Michael Jackson in the new HBO doc.
He also defended the age gap between him and his new girlfriend, Kate Beckinsale.
Required watching (and reading) to answer your questions after seeing HBO’s “Leaving Neverland.”
The actor, who befriended Jackson as a child, previously criticized the HBO documentary for being one-sided.
“I’m against book burning of any kind. But this is our book, and we’re allowed to take out a chapter," said executive producer James L. Brooks.