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Colorado Supreme Court Bans Trump from the State’s Ballot Under Constitution’s Insurrection Clause

The decision from a court marks the first time in history that Section 3 of the 14th Amendment has been used to disqualify a presidential candidate.

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Capri, Hollywood Film Fest: Bradley Cooper and Greta Gerwig Will Be Celebrated in Italy

Two American actor/filmmakers who have enjoyed career-best years at the movies will be celebrated from afar — specifically, in Italy — over the holiday break. Italy’s Capri, Hollywood International Film Festival will fete Maestro co-writer/director/lead actor Bradley Cooper will its annual Visionary Award and Barbie co-writer/director Greta Gerwig with its inaugural Lina Wertmüller Award, fest director […]

Jim Ladd, Rock Radio DJ and SiriusXM Host, Dies at 75

Jim Ladd, the famed rock radio disc jockey in 1970s Los Angeles who went on to host a show on SiriusXM, has died after suffering a heart attack. He was 75. Ladd’s on-air colleague at the satellite radio service, Meg Griffin, shared the news of his death on Saturday on its Deep Tracks channel, which […]

Eva Longoria Receives 2023 Morton E. Ruderman Award in Inclusion

Eva Longoria is being honored by the Ruderman Family Foundation for her ongoing commitment to supporting people with disabilities. The actress, director, producer, entrepreneur and activist was announced Monday as the 2023 Morton E. Ruderman Award in Inclusion recipient by the foundation, which has for more than two decades advocated for and advanced the inclusion of […]

Comics Author James Tynion IV, Artist Christian Ward Team for Ghost Story ‘Spectregraph’ (Exclusive)

Modern horror comics master James Tynion IV has some new scare fare for 2024, this time a series for upstart publisher DSTLRY. The creator of acclaimed and best-selling comics Something Is Killing the Children and The Nice House on the Lake is teaming with Christian Ward, the writer-artist behind the current Batman miniseries Batman: City […]

Jonathan Majors Found Guilty of Assault, Harassment

A New York jury found Marvel actor Jonathan Majors guilty of reckless assault in the third degree and guilty of harassment. The verdict was reached by a six-person jury after roughly over four hours of deliberation spread across three days. Majors, wearing a gray suit and black dress shirt and tie, stood with his attorneys, […]

Comics Author Scott Snyder Reteams with Artist Francesco Francavilla for Horror Story ‘White Boat’ (Exclusive)

Fan favorite comics author Scott Snyder is jumping back into the horror field, this is time with a three-issue mini-series for upstart publisher DSTLRY. Titled White Boat, the comic will reteam the writer, who became a superstar thanks to his Batman work for in DC in the 2010s, with artist Francesco Francavilla. The two collaborated […]

‘The Color Purple’ Star Fantasia Barrino Says She and Family Were Racially Profiled by Airbnb: “I Dare Not Stay Quiet”

Fantasia Barrino shared that she and her family were racially profiled by Airbnb when they stayed at a house booked on the website for her son’s birthday. The Color Purple star posted on her official social media accounts, explaining that she rented a house for her son and his friends and invited people over to […]

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Undergoing Surgery for Broken Hip

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has been hospitalized after a fall and is set to undergo surgery for a broken hip. Abdul-Jabbar’s longtime business partner, Deborah Morales, shared the news on the NBA Hall of Famer’s official Twitter account. “Last night while attending a concert, Kareem had an accidental fall and broke his hip,” Morales wrote. “He will […]

Jessica Chastain Recalls When Taylor Swift Made Her a Personalized Breakup Playlist

It’s been more than a decade since Jessica Chastain first met Taylor Swift, but she’ll never forget when the pop star helped her get through a breakup. On Friday’s episode of The Tonight Show, the Memory star recalled meeting the “Cruel Summer” singer-songwriter at the Met Gala in 2011. “It was like the first year […]

Cher on Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Snubbing Her: “They Can Just Go You-Know-What Themselves”

Cher called out the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame for failing to induct her throughout her record-breaking decades-long music career. The Grammy-winning singer, who made history this month as the first female artist to have a No. 1 song in each of the past seven decades, shared her thoughts on Friday’s episode of The […]

Warner Bros. Wins Bidding War for Ryan Reynolds-Channing Tatum Package ‘Calamity Heist’

Warners Bros. has a Calamity on their hands. The studio is in final negotiations to win the high-priced bidding war for Calamity Hustle, the action comedy that has Ryan Reynolds and Channing Tatum attached to star as wayward bothers. Aaron and Adam Nee, the sibling team that was behind the 2022 sleeper hit The Lost City, […]

SZA, Ariana Grande and ‘Insecure’: Everyone Wants a Piece of Producer Leon Thomas

Ariana Grande’s 2013 debut album, Yours Truly, not only marked a seminal breakthrough for the former Nickelodeon actress, but it also helped launch the careers of its creators behind the scenes. A decade later, two of those acts are taking center stage at the Grammy Awards. Victoria Monét co-wrote two songs on Grande’s debut and […]