Oscar-winning filmmaker Kevin Macdonald will tackle the rise and fall of Whitney in a new documentary. Prepare your tissues.
Whitney Houston’s struggles with addiction prior to her 2012 death were widely reported, and in a 2002 interview, she admitted she had a drug habit. But Nick Gordon, former boyfriend of Houston’s daughter, Bobbi Kristina, tells Dr. Phil...Show More Summary
Two filmmakers have announced plans to make documentaries about Whitney Houston, but the legendary singer's estate is saving all its love for only one of them. On Thursday, Altitude Film Entertainment -- the production company that released last year's popular Amy Winehouse doc -- announced that it...
2012’s Searching for Sugar Man, which won that year’s Best Documentary award at the Oscars, was one of the most moving documentaries to come out in years, a feat helped along by the real-life resurfacing of the film’s subject, Sixto Rodriguez. That film’s producer, Simon Chinn, has brought on director Kevin Macdonald to create a new musician-focused documentary, […]
Like millions of people all over the world, I was stunned to hear about the death of Prince last week. My initial reaction was similar to my response to the deaths of legends Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, David Bowie, Maurice White, Natalie Cole, Gil Scott-Heron and Glenn Frey. Show More Summary
Whitney Houston: "Greatest Love of All"
What's a better way to pay tribute to one of the greatest singers ever than gathering some of Broadway's top stars to singer her songs.
Actor Hampton Fluker is bound to become a household name. The Atlanta native already has credits from roles in such shows and films as The Good Wife, Aquarius, the Whitney Houston biopic and The Blind Side. But his recent role on the hit NBC series Shades of Blue has put an even bigger spotlight on his acting.
There is a consensus that perhaps the best, most inspiring version of the Star Spangled Banner is Whitney Houston's 1991 version performed at the 1991 Super Bowl XXV in Tampa Bay during the days of Persian Gulf War. So what is the best version of our national anthem in the '80s? It's easy - Marvin Gaye at the 1983 NBA All-Star …
When Whitney Houston died in 2012, fans of the 1995 film Waiting to Exhale thought its sequel was officially kaput.
The fascination with Whitney Houston continues. Showtime's documentary films division has announced production of a film exploring the award-winning career and complicated life of the singer and actress. The project will be produced, directed and narrated by filmmaker Nick Broomfield, who has developed...
Saturday Night Live rehashes its Pandora skit but with guest host Ariana Grande doing the impressions. Watch as she shows off her take on Shakira, Rihanna, Whitney Houston and more. Durr durr durr durr!
SNL host and musical guest Ariana Grande got a chance to show off her impressionist skillz in a sketch about saving the music streaming company TIDAL. RELATED: Ben Carson Attacked by Mob of Trump Supporters in SNL Cold Open: WATCH Grande...Show More Summary
And it’s everything you expected it to be.
Bobbi Kristina Brown's manner of death has been ruled "undetermined" in an autopsy report released on Friday that said Whitney Houston's daughter died with several narcotics and prescription drugs in her body when she went underwater in a bathtub, which caused brain damage that left her in a coma...
Autopsy results for Bobbi Kristina Brown, the daughter of singers Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown, could be released on Thursday after a judge in Georgia ordered the report to be unsealed. Bobbi Kristina Brown, 22, died in July after months in a coma. Show More Summary
The late Whitney Houston once infamously told Wendy Williams during an interview, “Watch what you say, baby girl. Watch what the f--k you say.”
At the Duke Theater on New York’s 42nd Street, in the quiet beyond clusters of Sbarro-grease-caked Elmos and ads for Madame Tussaud’s newest wax Whitney Houston, a giant cassette tape has been carved into a makeshift rehearsal stage. Like its referent, the massive thing can turn and reveal a story. …Read More
We will always GIF you.
Fans and admirers of the late singer Whitney Houston are in for a difficult year. A memoir by her ex-husband, the R. & B. bad boy Bobby Brown, is due out sometime in June, and a hologram performance of Houston singing her greatest hits has been promised by a billionaire financier from Greece. Show More Summary