The rumors that former Fox exec Richard Battista would soon be named president of People and Entertainment Weekly were true. Time Inc. has made it official, tapping Battista as executive VP of Time Inc. and president of both magazines. “Rich’s...Show More Summary
In Entertainment Weekly cover story that's basically a list of tributes to ABC late-night host Jimmy Kimmel, Ben Stein claimed the host is a "genius," and also a man of the people: "Jimmy is the only comedian who could be president. If he were president, I would trust him to do the right thing, even though he's a Democrat."
When I started dating the woman who is now my wife, it was just a touch scandalous. This was seventeen years ago, and we were both working at a magazine - Entertainment Weekly - but on different sides of the publishing fence. She was on the business side selling ads, and I was on the editorial side writing articles. Show More Summary
Time Inc. is still searching for the right person to take on the newly-created role of president of People and Entertainment Weekly, but it seems the field has finally narrowed. The New York Post reports that Richard Battista, a former Fox and News Corp. Show More Summary
In February, U.S. media publishers accounted for 652M total social actions, with 439M actions from Facebook, 32M from Twitter and 181M from Instagram. This represents a 3 percent growth of social engagement for the category, compared...Show More Summary
Update: Harrison Ford in stable condition after plane crash, expected to make 'full recovery': http://t.co/6CKc7QXD5Q pic.twitter.com/krrRH1hZhl — Entertainment Weekly (@EW) March 6, 2015
Charlize Theron stars in a new thriller, and fans have a first look with the release of the film’s trailer, reports Entertainment Weekly. The film is called Dark Places and it puts Charlize in the role of Libby, the only survivor from...Show More Summary
Posing for a close-up against a light blue background, television host Jimmy Kimmel is photographed by Art Streiber for the March 13, 2015 issue of Entertainment Weekly. The magazine catches up with the people closest to Kimmel for a more intimate look at the Jimmy Kimmel Live! personality. Show More Summary
Entertainment Weekly’s Empire cover story is currently on newsstands, and it largely studies the popular show’s heavyweights, Terrence Howard and Taraji P. Henson, and the "deep love” they share for one another in real life. But the most telling moment comes toward the end of the feature, when Empire co-creator Danny Strong dodges the question of... More »
POW! DJ Scene and Four Color Zack combine forces for the new Slap It Down EP, out 3/10. Pre-order now on iTunes and get the title track featuring M.O.P. (!!!) premiered today by Entertainment Weekly alongside the EP cover art by Scene and FCZ’s Seattle neighbor Yung Lenox. Hoard!
Jason Momoa, the new face of Aquaman, revealed in an interview with Entertainment Weekly that Zack Snyder has a vision to revamp the underwater superhero who’s largely been mocked over the years. Jason says he was also shocked when Snyder...Show More Summary
Raven-Symone is heading to the set of ABC's "Black-ish." She snagged a guest-starring role on the show playing Dre’s (Anthony Anderson) gay sister, Rhonda, who is not comfortable discussing her sexuality, Entertainment Weekly first reported. Show More Summary
Time Inc. is expected to name a president to oversee People and Entertainment Weekly “soon” according to the New York Post. The move will likely be welcomed with open arms by staffers, who weeks ago received word that the two magazines would be merging teams. Show More Summary
There’s cause for celebration today if you enjoy live versions of musical performances you’ve already seen on a television show. Entertainment Weekly reports that Fox is considering mounting a stage production of its new hit show Empire that would tour America sometime soon. Show More Summary
It's been nearly two decades since "Clueless" hit theaters, and the beloved teen flick is celebrating its 20th anniversary with a reissue of its soundtrack on vinyl.Entertainment Weekly reports that the album will be sold in national retailers starting April 7.
New spoilers for The Walking Dead reveal an extended season finale, and fan favorite Daryl Dixon will get himself in deep trouble during a run for supplies, according to Entertainment Weekly. Could Norman Reedus be leaving the show,Show More Summary
Via Entertainment Weekly: Monster casting news: In a stunning coup, American Horror Story has signed Lady Gaga to star in the next edition of the FX anthology series. EW can reveal the Grammy winner will be a series regular in the fifth edition of the popular thriller, which is expected to air this fall. Show More Summary
Entertainment Weekly's Anthony Breznican blasted conservatives on Monday CNN Tonight for criticizing actress Patricia Arquettefor her politicized acceptance speech at the Oscars. Breznican actually went after Don Lemon for stating that...Show More Summary
Wesley Snipes is heading to the small screen! The Blade actor has joined the NBC pilot Endgame, Entertainment Weekly reports. Set in Las Vegas, the drama will star Strike Back's Philip Winchester as a former sniper-turned-security expert who's drawn into a mysterious conspiracy that forces him to... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Wesley Snipes
Warning: the following contains spoilers about the most recent episode of The Walking Dead. Back in December, Andrew Lincoln told Entertainment Weekly that playing Rick Grimes on The Walking Dead has really tested his range of emotions as an actor. Show More Summary