Paramount Pictures has reportedly banned movie theaters from showing of 2004’s “Team America: World Police” as a replacement for Sony Entertainment’s “The Interview.”
Hollywood stars and politicians took to social media to decry Sony Pictures Entertainment’s decision Wednesday to pull its Christmas release of “The Interview” after a terrorist threat by North Korea-friendly hackers.
The Alamo Drafthouse in Dallas plans to screen a movie next week about North Korea, but it won’t be “The Interview,” which was pulled Wednesday from release by Sony Pictures Entertainment.
Stacey Dash, a black Hollywood actress known for her role in the blockbuster “Clueless” as well as for her conservative political outspokenness, said that some in her family just wanted her to shut up and keep quiet about her principles.
Aging musical legend Madonna irked many in and outside of her fan base by taking to social media to slam the leak of her upcoming album as a “form of terrorism” — against a backdrop of Taliban terrorist attack that killed more than 100 students in Pakistan.
An aide to Gwyneth Paltrow tried to prevent a journalist from taking a photo of the actress — and unabashed Obama fan — at a party at the White House Wednesday night.
Fox News host Bill O’Reilly cast a critical eye on Hollywood’s Samuel L. Jackson during a recent broadcast, ripping the blockbuster actor for stoking racial fires and trying to “diminish” America.
Stephen Collins, who played a minister and father on the wholesome family show “7th Heaven,” has admitted publicly to having inappropriate sexual contact with three underage girls.
Batman, X-Men, Spider-Man, Grimlock, Baymax Bane, Wolverine, Superman, and even The Walking Dead star as some last-minute gift ideas for movie, book, statue and action figure fans.
Funnyman Chris Rock said Hollywood is in a state of fear over the Sony hacking scandal that has seen private emails come to public light — that “the whole town is scared” and unsure how to proceed.