Helen McCrory, the British actress best known for her roles in the ‘Harry Potter’ films and ‘Peaky Blinders,’ has died, her husband, actor Damian Lewis, announced on Friday.
Swizz Beatz and French Montana have a new song out with the late DMX.
Sharon Osbourne will discuss her departure from CBS’s “The Talk” in an interview set to air Friday.
We just may be seeing Aidan Shaw’s face again.
Tony-winning actress Karen Olivo has announced she is leaving the Broadway production of “Moulin Rouge! The Musical” due to a lack of response by the theater community over allegations producer Scott Rudin verbally and physically abused numerous staff members at his production company over the years.
The death of pioneering “Saturday Night Live” writer Anne Beatts last week was a reminder of the strides made by women in comedy — and the work toward equity that remains.
Small towns harbor big secrets in prestige TV, and so it is in “Mare of Easttown,” a showcase for Kate Winslet that resembles “Broadchurch” in the broad strokes, before establishing its own distinct personality. Slow to start, the limited series gains momentum while mostly providing Winslet a fine star vehicle a decade after her Emmy-winning turn in HBO’s “Mildred Pierce.”
The 2011 Oscars ceremony was certainly a weird one.
Katy Perry and Miranda Kerr are all about the love.
Kyra Sedgwick once had a nosy moment as a house guest.