“This happens to be the third Hispanic I’ve played,” the actress told Entertainment Weekly.
Kid Flash has a new gig lined up. Keiynan Lonsdale has joined Legends of Tomorrow as a series regular, Entertainment Weekly reports. Lonsdale has starred on The Flash as Wally West since Season 2. He was first introduced as the long-lost...Show More Summary
For the second time this week Entertainment Weekly released details hinting at what fans can expect from upcoming films in the Fantastic Beasts series–and it only leaves us wanting more! Yesterday Leaky covered the news that the next three films will be set in different cities. Though it’s always possible Newt, Dumbledore, and the cast...read more!
(Betty White's Top Ten List from 2011.) Happy Birthday to Betty White and Michelle Obama. Happy 96th birthday, #BettyWhite! Take a look at photos of the beloved actress through the years. https://t.co/8seaKIRfQo — Entertainment Weekly...Show More Summary
President Donald Trump has finally revealed all 11 winners of his “Fake News Awards,” causing so much ripple online to the point of breaking the GOP website. According to Entertainment Weekly, the 71-year-old POTUS made the announcement...Show More Summary
This Is Us is adding another big guest star to its ranks. Entertainment Weekly reports that The Chi creator Lena Waithe will be appearing in the NBC drama in next Tuesday's (Jan. 23) episode. Waithe will play an animal shelter worker who gives Kate (Chrissy Metz) some advice when she shows up... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com This Is Us Lena Waithe Chrissy Metz
Now that Lena Waithe is an Emmy-winning writer for Master of None and an executive producer with The Chi, she’s just peppering herself around TV with small roles for her fans. Entertainment Weekly reports that Waithe will appear on next week’s episode of This Is Us as a hip Los ... More »
Claire Novak (Kathryn Love Newton) is ready to join her Wayward Sisters. In this first clip (courtesy of Entertainment Weekly) from the backdoor pilot of the potential Supernatural spin-off, the lone demon hunter returns home only to find that her room is now being used for storage. Still, she... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Kim Rhodes Wayward Sisters
Speaking with the Associated Press (via Entertainment Weekly), Liam Neeson recently made it clear that fixing the pay gap between men and women in Hollywood is very important to him. “There’s a lot of discussion about it,” he told the Associated Press, “and a lot of healthy and necessary discussion about it because… Read more...
Garret Dillahunt, Jenna Elfman, Maggie Grace and Kevin Zegers all arrive into the world of “Fear the Walking Dead” in Season 4, along with “Walking Dead” star Lennie James! Entertainment Weekly got their hands on some Season 4 sneak peek images today, giving us our first looks at Grace’s Althea, Dillahunt’s John and Elfman’s Naomi. Be […]
The cast of Will & Grace will be getting a double dose of Jennifer Lopez in an upcoming episode. According to Entertainment Weekly, Lopez is slated to make a guest appearance on the show in two different roles. While not much has been revealed, Lopez is set to show off ... More »
Entertainment Weekly’s new Walking Dead Cover looks kind of tasty. The cover comes with a full story from EW Executive Editor at Large Dalton Ross’ recent set visit. I really need to get back on the set visit circuit at some point, sadly real life and the day job keeps me busy. EW Executive Editor … Continue reading Entertainment Weekly’s New Walking Dead Cover! ?
There are a lot of questions surrounding Disney and Fox’s merger, including what happens to Fox’s television programming, especially considering Disney already owns their own network TV station in ABC. Entertainment Weekly reports that for now, business will go on as usual for Fox Broadcasting Co., and in the end, the deal won’t “Disney-fy” their […]
Back in October, Entertainment Weekly revealed some of the secrets behind Blade Runner 2049's most startling cameo, Sean Young's Rachael Replicant from the original 1982 film. But the VFX company who resurrected Rachael for the sequel has finally shared a fascinating and detailed breakdown of how it created the flawlessly lifelike digital double. More »
Trigger Warning: This post contains mention of sexual assault. There was an excerpt of Saints and Misfits by SK Ali before the book was published in Entertainment Weekly. It read: “I stand and cringe at the sucking sound as my swimsuit sticks to me, all four yards of the spandex-Lycra blend of it. Waterfalls gush […]
Ryan Murphy’s next buzz-worthy television series Pose will vogue its way into 2018 without actor Tatiana Maslany. Though the Orphan Black star was previously attached to the FX drama, according to Entertainment Weekly Maslany has left the project and her role has been “reconceived and rewritten to be a 50-year-old ... More »
As 2017 crashes to its conclusion, we find ourselves growing cautiously optimistic about that Roseanne revival set for next spring – and the show’s creators are starting to share some compelling details. Entertainment Weekly has the lowdown on how the show will manage, as previously reported, to include both Beckys: the role’s originator, Lecy Goranson, […]
"Until we eradicate the diseased roots of our infrastructure and make foundational, systemic changes, nothing will change." So says Olivia Munn in her new op-ed for Entertainment Weekly, in which she calls for an end to "vicious circle victim-blaming" and for us to "use this moment to create a lasting shift." Hear, hear! Related: Olivia Has Been Dealing [...]
The new bestsellers are listed and Entertainment Weekly picks the Best Comics of the Year.
The Golden Globes just got darker. According to Entertainment Weekly, a lot of A-list actresses will be donning black gowns at the first major award show of the new year, as a gesture of protest against the scourge of sexual harassment in Hollywood that has turned the movie industry upside down in recent months. Show More Summary