Ann Coulter will reportedly play Mark Cuban’s vice president in Syfy’s third installment of “Sharknado.”
Paula Deen has found a new publishing home.
You may think country music reminiscent of the 1980s and 1990s is just a dim memory, sparked only when fans blow the dust off vintage tapes, CDs and vinyl that they store in the cellar. Well, there’s plenty of evidence to prove that’s wrong.
Top picks from recent Blu-ray releases include Charlie and the Chocolate Factory: 10th Anniversary, Musicals Collection, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 and Foxcatcher.
Boston-based Juliana Hatfield was the queen of 1990s “alt rock” and the college boy’s cool dream girl. She was also a member of three trios: The Blake Babies, The Lemonheads and The Juliana Hatfield Three. With the latter, she broke through to a larger audience by singing about how much she hated her sister in the aptly titled song “My Sister.” (The Three released only one CD, “Become What You Are,” in 1993.)
Former rap mogul Marion “Suge” Knight told a judge that he is suffering from blindness and other health complications moments before he was taken to a hospital Monday morning.
“Fifty Shades of Grey” star Dakota Johnson hosted “Saturday Night Live” over the weekend, appearing in one particular skit that had the Twitterverse buzzing.
Lady Gaga and Vince Vaughn plunged into the icy waters of Chicago’s Lake Michigan at a fundraiser for the Special Olympics.
Having a child go missing is every parent’s worst nightmare, but the anguish in the child’s return home has received scant, if any, thought in the artistic world — at least not until “Kid Victory” opened at the Signature Theater in Arlington Feb. 17.
Madonna claimed Friday that the anti-Semitism in France and elsewhere in Europe has become so bad that “it feels like Nazi Germany.”