Original “Orphan” star Isabelle Fuhrman tells The Daily Beast what it’s like to play a 30-year-old posing as a child—the role that first made her famous at age 12.
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.
Star Jenna Ortega’s never looked spookier—or altogether ookier—than in the first teaser for Tim Burton’s upcoming series, which finds her pulling a bloody prank with some piranhas.
“Leonardo,” starring “Poldark" alum Aidan Turner and “Good Doctor” Freddie Highmore, is TV at its most sublimely absurd—a gleefully ahistorical romp with curly wigs to spare.
The pop superstar’s backup dancer-ex has reemerged to mommy-shame Spears and defend her conservatorship, and the media is amplifying it. Have we learned nothing?
She has all the stern, no-nonsense energy you’d expect—and she also kills demons no one else can see, sometimes with a shovel. Our villain Leland Townsend doesn't stand a chance.
In “Cosmic Love,” four singles consult the “Astro Chamber” to find their match from a pool of options. But what happens when their potential matches start dating each other?
Yes, Pete’s already got a Peacock show on the way. And no, “FGirl Island” doesn’t exist yet. But what if the post-Kardashian tides carried this newly single comedian to the island?
McCurdy says her “whole childhood and adolescence were very exploited.” Her allegations have renewed interest in mega-producer Dan Schneider’s abrupt exit from Nickelodeon in 2018.
The reformed FGirl with pastel hair and an impeccable FBoy detector breaks down her finale choice, where she and her guys stand now, and what Tom’s like in person. (Spoilers!)