Elizabeth Banks believes her reboot of “Charlie’s Angels” didn’t make any money because men categorically eschew women-led action flicks.
South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg is soaring to new heights on the wings of dance. Let him have it.
The country pop seems to keep getting poppier, even while a handful of traditionalists find success making excellent music that honors the genre’s roots.
The students at Northwestern remind us that graduates are increasingly shaping the so-called real world into a version of their campuses.
Netflix, a company that was happy to jump on the bandwagon and threaten a departure from Georgia over pro-life legislation, censored its political content at the request of a dictator.
New reporting from WANE 15 News, Fort Wayne’s CBS affiliate, helps explain an important point about the national media’s coverage of mass abortionist Ulrich Klopfer, who was found to have kept thousands of fetal remains.
For many, a vote for Sean Spicer on ‘Dancing with the Stars’ is a vote for Trump, and sometimes a vote for Trump is a vote against the haters.
I went on set of Andy Cohen’s ‘Watch What Happens Live’ to report from the trenches of reality television. It was glorious.
By all means, harp on ‘Saturday Night Live’ star Michael Che for telling jokes. It’s going to end much better for him than for you.
The more content like “Schitt’s Creek” is streamed, the less we know about our cultural tastes, and the less we know about our culture more generally.
Disney CEO Bob Iger is willing to weigh in on all sorts of political issues — just so long as none of them might get China’s feathers ruffled.
“The Peanut Butter Falcon,” which just hit $20 million at the box office, was reportedly “buoyed by America’s heartland.”
Mitt Romney’s sad, secret account reveals something about Twitter’s strategic reliance on human nature: we all just want to be heard, and social media affords us that catharsis.
This is less a statement on Miley Cyrus than it is on the standards by which some Very Online critics judge celebrities.
Anderson Cooper kicked off the Democratic primary debate on Tuesday with a particularly laughable exoneration of Hunter Biden.
These accusations are a big deal, particularly for a politician like Hillary Clinton who styles herself as a champion of women.
There’s something odd about ‘Sesame Street,’ a show developed specifically to boost low-income kids, keeping its content behind a paywall for nine months.
The emergent picture is one of a major news network hindering credible and important reporting to protect a powerful, sick man.
Trending on Twitter Thursday night were laregly irrelevant stories about two fringe activists: a 21-year-old named Jacob Wohl and a would-be baby eater.
In correctly questioning whether Trump’s remark constituted ‘a real request,’ Marco Rubio disrupted the day-plus punditry cycle with an obvious point.
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