In a statement that seems to verify an alarming, recently surfaced private Instagram, Hammer apologized for insulting “Miss Cayman”—but stayed mum on those alleged “cannibal” DM’s.
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.
This has happened to shows before, including ‘Game of Thrones’ and ‘Normal People’.
The actor insists those DMs about eating hearts and drinking blood are fake. But harrowing interviews, compromising images, and a growing number of alleged victims are emerging.
Ray Fisher, whose character Cyborg was recently cut from ‘The Flash,’ claims that DC exec Walter Hamada undermined an investigation into racist behavior to protect a producer.
The “Dallas Buyers Club” actor, who’s been promoting his book “Greenlights,” most recently appeared on men’s rights activist Jordan Peterson’s podcast this week.
Maybe she’s just getting the harshest edit of all time—but whatever Victoria’s problem is, Bachelor Nation is losing patience with this self-coronated monarch. And rightly so.
You’re bringing back of one of HBO’s most beloved shows, without the character who made it truly great? Oh, honey...
Ian Alexander and Blu del Barrio made history as the first explicitly trans and nonbinary characters in ‘Star Trek’ history. And you’ll be seeing more of them next season.
Creator Alena Smith spoke with The Daily Beast about casting Nick Kroll and Ayo Edebiri, that hilarious seance scene, and weaving together this season’s many timely themes.
The internet, the comedian said in a recent interview, creates a “binary view of society. It becomes a case of either you’re with us or against us.”