About a dozen Native American actors and actresses walked off the set of Sandler’s “The Ridiculous Six,” according to the Indian Country Today Media Network. Per reports, the actors took offense to racially charged jokes and inaccuracies during the filming of the movie, which Sandler is developing for Netflix.
“Furious 8” will hit theaters April 14, 2017, Vin Diesel confirmed at Universal’s CinemaCon panel in Las Vegas on Thursday.
The much-hyped megafight between Floyd “Money” Mayweather and Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao is just 9 days away and the biggest names in sports and entertainment are taking sides.
Hollywood actor Robert Downey Jr. walked out of a British television interview about his latest film after he was pressed on his past problems with drugs and alcohol.
Because I’m a writer, I care about writers. So I’ll be checking out the 13th annual Las Vegas Writers’ Conference, which runs today through Saturday at Sam’s Town, presented by the nonprofit Henderson Writers Group.
If you’re a diehard foodie with $225 to burn, and you don’t go to the Uncork’d Grand Tasting on Friday at Caesars Palace, you’re out of your foodie mind, because Uncork’d is the Super Bowl of chefs.
James Marsters, who played Spike on “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and “Angel,” has still got it. Recently, I saw an online photo of a woman at a fan expo holding her underwear which read, “Marsters can Spike Nicole.”
“Pirates of the Caribbean” producer Jerry Bruckheimer released the first image of the smooth-talking miscreant in the fifth installment of the franchise on Twitter.
Oscar-winning actress Sandra Bullock was named the world’s most beautiful woman in 2015 by People magazine on Wednesday and laughed when she heard about the honor.
He’s been part of a wildly popular superhero team since its very beginning. But there’s something we never knew about Bobby Drake, aka Ice Man of the X-Men.
In a “Friday Night Lights” parody, comedian Amy Schumer plays wife to a small town’s new high school football coach, who shakes things up with a “no raping” policy.
An “embarrassed” Ben Affleck admitted on Tuesday that he tried to conceal his slave-owning ancestors from the PBS documentary series “Finding Your Roots.”