TV & Film

“Don Jr. couldn’t run a Dunkin’ Donuts," said the "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" host.
The hip-hop mogul claimed he retrieved a laptop with a video of his ex-wife having sex with her former boyfriend.
The actor, who went to the event where Robert F. Kennedy Jr. made wild claims about vaccines, said “nobody should ever be forced to inject their body with anything."
"She’s a heavy smoker," Kidman said in the joint interview. "That was a huge key to it."
The socialite and TV personality revealed to Andy Cohen that she'd reached out to congratulate Lohan on her recent engagement: "We're grown-ups now."
"The Late Show" host turned the Donald Trump acolyte's comment about not looking after other people's children into a song.
“These people act like Biden is just going to show up to the mall and be like, 'Yo, Shaniqua, come with me,'" said "The Daily Show" host.
"And of course, most of all, I want to thank Genevieve," the game show champion said.
The late night host took aim at the former president's son's widely criticized appearance on Fox News.
The "Late Show" host called out conservatives and right-wing media for embracing Vladimir Putin.
Schneider made history twice as the first woman to break $1 million in wins and the first trans person to qualify for the quiz show’s “Tournament of Champions.”
“He likes to do it himself, he’s a (real) DIYer when it comes to medical stuff," the actor said of her "Armchair Expert" podcaster husband.
"The Late Show" host taunted the right-wing talker for "an argument so dumb."
"Honk for Jesus, Save Your Soul" and "We Need to Talk about Cosby" both confront flawed heroism.
The late-night host finds a survey the former guy almost certainly won't like.
The attorney could directly confront his former client over her claims that he stole some of the money she was owed for her autobiography as early as Wednesday.
The "Game of Thrones" actor had sharply criticized the upcoming film during an appearance on Marc Maron’s “WTF” podcast.
The script supervisor should file a workers' compensation claim instead, Baldwin and other producers said.
Louisville meteorologist Marc Weinberg is going viral for a video in which he appears to "let one out" during a live broadcast.