LOS ANGELES — WhoHaha is getting high-larious. The Elizabeth Banks comedy platform launched a new series Monday about stay-at-home moms who accidentally reveal their love for smoking weed. Cannabis Moms Club, from female comedy troupe...Show More Summary
The Power Rangers are returning to the big screen next year, and the villain the teenage heroes will be facing off against is Elizabeth Banks' Rita Repulsa
Get a new look at Elizabeth Banks' Rita Repulsa trapped in prison from Lionsgate's Power Rangers reboot, hitting theaters next March.
A new image of Elizabeth Banks as Power Rangers baddie Rita Repulsa has surfaced and she doesn’t look happy to be here.
Casting Elizabeth Banks as Rita Repulsa in the Power Rangers movie reboot is definitely one of the more interesting choices in recent memory, and if nothing else, it’ll be fun watching the actress chew some scenery as the famously outrageous villain. Show More Summary
There’s a brand new image of Elizabeth Banks as Rita Repulsa, everyone’s favorite, campy-as-hell Power Rangers villain. Unfortunately for Rita, she’s trapped. And unfortunately for us, she’s not trapped in the traditional giant terra cotta moon pot. Read more...
The new POWER RANGERS movie, which is set to pair stars like Elizabeth Banks and Bryan Cranston with lesser known up-and-coming performers, is being directed by Dean Israelite (PROJECT ALMANAC). The production has garnered tons of attention, as the Power Rangers brand continues to be a global force to be reckoned with. Show More Summary
Elizabeth Banks' villain yearns to be free in a new still from the upcoming "Power Rangers" reboot.
EXCLUSIVE: Lauren Palmigiano, formerly the head writer and executive producer for Funny or Die, will make her feature film directorial debut White Girl Problems at Lionsgate. Elizabeth Banks and Max Handelman are producing the film based on the bestselling book by Babe Walker through their Brownstone Productions banner. Show More Summary
Elizabeth Banks gets her caffeine fix as she grabs coffee with a friend during the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics on Thursday (August 11) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The 42-year-old actress was then spotted getting on a bus to watch more of the Olympic games. As she cheered on Team USA at the swimming finals [...]
Many members of the Balmain Army star in Kanye West's new music video - POPSUGAR Latina A look at Hillary Clinton's style throughout the years - HuffPost Style Elizabeth Banks wore the freshest Summer outfit to the DNC - InStyle These...Show More Summary
This video aired at the Democratic convention on Tuesday night, but I only saw it late last night. So, in case you missed it, too, here it is!Actress Elizabeth Banks and a bunch of her celeb friends (many of whom I don't recognize, because...Show More Summary
Twice this week, primetime audiences at the Democratic National Convention have been treated to the a capella cover of “Fight Song” put together by a celebrity group of Hillary Clinton supporters led by actress Elizabeth Banks. RELATED: 3… Read The post Stephen Colbert and John Oliver Upgraded the Democrats’ ‘Fight Song’ for Hillary: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
The last time we hung out with Charlie’s Angels, a director could get away with going by the name McG and beloved comic Bernie Mac was still with us. It was the early aughts and Drew Barrymore was making us believe in the power of homo-affectionate platonic love affairs between ... More »
Actress Elizabeth Banks introduced herself onstage at the Democratic National Convention on Wednesday night by likening her character in “The Hunger Games” to a certain Republican presidential nominee. “Some of you know me from ‘The Hunger Games,’ in which I play Effie Trinket, a cruel, out-of-touch reality TV star who wears insane wigs while delivering long-winded […]
In a celebrity endorsement move timed to coincide with Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s historic nomination, a bounty of famous actors and singers released a buoyant new music video of them singing a cappella to Rachel Platten's "Fight Song." Featuring Elizabeth Banks, Sia, Alan...
Elizabeth Banks mocked Donald Trump 's dramatic back-lit RNC convention entrance Tuesday as she took the stage at the Democratic National Convention.
On the second night of the Democratic National Convention Tuesday, host Elizabeth Banks debuted a video of her and other celebrities singing an a capella version of Rachel Platten's "Fight Song," the Clinton campaign's theme song. Joining...Show More Summary