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From what Kate Middleton wears to who sings at the after-party, there’s plenty of drama to look out for at the year’s second major royal wedding.
Federal prosecutors described him as “the consummate con artist.”
Depp also claims Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling has seen evidence proving that he was falsely accused of domestic abuse by his ex-wife, Amber Heard.
On his second day as a Supreme Court justice, Kavanaugh suggested that immigrants with criminal records can be detained by the state indefinitely.
The filmmaker is set to write and direct the follow-up to his $1.3 billion hit, which will begin production in 2019 or 2020.
The feud’s not dead until LuPone kills it. And if she kills it, she can revive it again whenever she wants.
A handful of tech leaders have distanced themselves from the Saudi government’s Neom project, but others like Travis Kalanick, Sam Altman, and Marc Andreessen are staying mum.
“A lot of what is depicted on that show is completely wrong-minded. That’s the point, you know? But I just don’t know how that would fly now.”
Put two narcissists on live television, and what else do you expect?
The president sees no reason to stop doing business with Mohammed bin Salman, despite a credible allegation that Saudi Arabia killed and dismembered a journalist last week.
The battle between an Iraq veteran and an openly bisexual, former Naderite may foretell 2018 and beyond.
“One of [the most bullied]—if you really see what people are saying about me.”
The young actor further confirms his talent in this sensitive, insightful film.
A new report claims the two are “trying for a baby.”
For herself and anyone else who might have other plans.
For her first solo film in the Avengers franchise, Johansson will collect $15 million—the same salary Chrises Evans and Hemsworth get.
With news that Ellison’s father, Larry, the billionaire Oracle founder, is stepping up to help the struggling production company, Hollywood assesses its future.
Trump will sign the Music Modernization Act on Thursday.