The prosthetics and furry makeup might be impressive, but somehow the show still refuses to really let loose.
Laura Bradley is a New York-based entertainment reporter for The Daily Beast. She holds a master’s degree in journalism from Northwestern University and has previously written for Vanity Fair and Slate with a focus on television.
Five members of Tekashi’s security team allegedly chased a man down by car to break his cellphone after he tried to record video of the rapper.
It’s a fun espionage thriller and Florence Pugh is a marvel. (Sorry.) But didn’t it also feel extremely phoned in?
Sci-fi author Glen Zipper, also behind “Challenger: The Final Flight,” explains why he’s so obsessed with animals and space—and why cats are so much harder to film than dogs.
“As long as we obey the laws of physics, we’ll be fine.”
It’s easy to blame the media, or the court system, or her family, or Justin Timberlake for what happened. But we were all complicit in her exploitation.
The pop star testified on Wednesday and gave a heartbreaking, detailed account of her life under an “abusive” conservatorship: “I want the public to hear me.”
The first Black Bachelorette has shared a damning account of her time with the franchise, and the harassment she’s received from its most toxic fans: “I am no longer a figurehead.”
In a rare moment of real candor for the franchise, the sex-positive Bachelorette opened up about her sexual assault during a conversation about vulnerability and consent.
The supernatural psychological drama is back and even more bizarre—on Paramount+.