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The Fate of the Furious continues its winning streak as it races to the top for the second week in a row.
The Wizards of Waverly Place cast reunited for a five-year reunion — yes, it’s been five years since the Disney Channel show went off the air in 2012 — at star David Henrie’s wedding this Saturday.
While Saturday saw thousands of people March for Science, Hillary Clinton spent her Earth Day (or Earth Night) stopping by a Tribeca Film Festival panel discussion of Kathryn Bigelow’s new virtual reality short, The Protectors: Walk in the Rangers Shoes, to speak out against elephant poaching.
Frank Ocean continues to premiere new music on his Beats 1 radio show, Blonded: Saturday, he dropped a new song titled “Lens” — plus a second version of that track featuring Travis Scott.
Oscar-winning director Alejandro González Iñárritu hasn’t shied away from slamming President Donald Trump in the past. In 2015, he delivered a speech denouncing Trump’s proposed border wall. About a year later, in September 2016, he called Mexican president Peña Nieto’s invitation for Trump to visit the country “a betrayal” in a scathing op-ed for El País, writing that the then-Republican presidential nominee had “insulted us, spat on us, and threatened us for more than a year before the entire...
Marvel’s The Punisher is already missing one common thread of the Defenders universe: Claire Temple. According to Rosario Dawson, the nurse and pupil of Colleen Wing won’t appear in the Netflix spin-off.
This fifth grader’s project may not be winning any science fairs, but it’s solid as The Rock.
Steven Spielberg and Bryan Singer’s latest films are better positioned to become awards season contenders.
Celebrities were out in full force Saturday, in person and on the internet, to celebrate Earth Day and support marches in cities around the world. The March for Science is the latest in a series of organized events and grassroots protests that have arisen in the wake of the election of Donald Trump.