Chris Pratt’s Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, the upcoming superhero film, has enabled him to cope with his father’s death, according to Entertainment Weekly. Chris Pratt dan Dave Bautista Dalam Still Terbaru "GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY...Show More Summary
Charlie Hunnam has added a very personal project to his professional plate. During a Facebook Live interview with Entertainment Weekly on Tuesday, the actor revealed that he's developing a project about his father and plans to star in it. Show More Summary
Emma Watson is embracing her natural beauty on yet another magazine cover. This time it's Entertainment Weekly.
Lest you forgot, typewriter fanatic Tom Hanks has been working on a short story collection that features typewriters for a couple of years now. Today, Entertainment Weekly reported that that book, which is being published by Alfred A. Show More Summary
After more than two years of writing, Tom Hanks has finally completed his debut short story collection, with the book due out later this year. Entertainment Weekly revealed the title and cover of the tome, which is called "Uncommon Type:...Show More Summary
Entertainment Weekly bravely has waded again into the dangerous waters of Top 20 articles. This time, they attempt to rank the top 20 TV show finales of all time. And honestly, they hit a home run with their picks, especially their list-topper.
A new trailer for the upcoming retro season of "Archer," dubbed "Archer: Dreamland," is here, courtesy of Entertainment Weekly. On the upcoming eighth season – which moves the animated spy comedy to FX's sister channel for comedy, FXX,...Show More Summary
It’s been over a year since the talented Alan Rickman passed away, yet fans and stars alike continue to pay tribute to this amazing man and actor. His friend, actress Kate Winslet told a touching story to Entertainment Weekly shortly before the one-year anniversary of his death as reported by Leaky here. “He was always...read more!
BILL MAHER INTERVIEWS MILO; ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY HAS A SAD OVER HIS LENA DUNHAM REMARKS: “Nothing annoys people like the truth,” Yiannopoulos concurred. “Policing humor for racism and sexism is utterly wrongheaded. Not because normally...Show More Summary
Among a list of celebrated female characters like Princess Leia, Black Widow, and Wonder Woman, lies the great Hermione Granger, the brightest witch of her age. Entertainment Weekly interviewed Emma Watson, who stars in next month’s Beauty and the Beast, about Hermione and her influence on little girls and kids who grew up with the series....read more!
People always want to know who would win in a fight: X or Y. Emma Watson isn't usually the type to weigh in on that sort of thing, but the world's most adorable children sent videotaped questions to Watson via Entertainment Weekly, and a 5-year-old boy asked her about Harry Potter vs. Show More Summary
Steven Soderbergh’s brief and productive retirement as a director of feature films will officially come to a close this summer. His movie Logan Lucky, about a heist at a NASCAR race, will debut August 18, Entertainment Weekly reports. Show More Summary
Entertainment Weekly recaps: “It’s kind of hard to characterize the press conference,” the host admitted in a clip from Thursday’s episode. “Words fail me.” He wasn’t the only one; the show then jumped to a clip of a Fox News anchor saying, “Well, alrighty then,” when Trump finished speaking. Show More Summary
It probably doesn’t come as much of a surprise to anyone who’s watched him act or speak, but British actor David Oyelowo is, shall we say, rather enlightened. In a new interview with Entertainment Weekly, he spoke to the virtues of working with female directors, specifically Ava DuVernay on Selma. ... More »
We all suspected this was coming, but today it was confirmed: Someone is going to die on The Vampire Diaries series finale. Entertainment Weekly reports that the March 10 finale will feature a funeral scene in which a recently returned Elena (Nina Dobrev) must say goodbye to someone she loves. Show More Summary
Disney's live-action Beauty and the Beast is almost here, and we have a feeling it's going to be pretty magical. In a new video from Entertainment Weekly, the cast talks about how they really tried to live up to the original. "When you love something that much, you really want to do it justice," the film's star Emma Watson says. Show More Summary
Why remake the perfect movie? For the cast of the live-action "Beauty and the Beast," it's a chance to make Belle into a 21st century heroine. In a behind-the-scenes video (via Entertainment Weekly), director Bill Condon and star Emma Watson talk about the breathing new life into the animated classic. Show More Summary
There's been lots of "Stranger Things" hype since the new trailer was released for season 2. Entertainment Weekly also recently learned some fresh details about the plot and new characters we can expect to see when the show returns on Halloween 2017. Show More Summary
Entertainment Weekly has announced elements of the plot of the second season of Stranger Things in a cover story on the series: Hold on to your Eggos! Your exclusive first look at #StrangerThings season 2 is officially here: https://t.co/VX7a2uOwtP...Show More Summary
It's Stranger Things week at Entertainment Weekly. Wednesday saw the reveal of the cover and Eleven's (Millie Bobby Brown) new haircut, and now, the cast and crew are detailing the plot of the second installment of Netflix's retro sci-fi adventure. Show More Summary