Vertical Entertainment Tyrese Gibson is no stranger to controversy. So it made perfect sense that when he was given the opportunity to lead the topical new action thriller Rogue Hostage, he immediately signed on. “It was me being as vocal and outspoken as I am about human and civil rights,” Gibson tells ABCRead More →

E! Thursday marked the end of an era, with Keeping Up with the Kardashians airing part two of its series finale.  The episode picked up where the last one left off, with the family vacationing in Lake Tahoe and Kylie Jenner finally arriving to join the rest of the family — Kim Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian, Khloé Kardashian, Kris Jenner, KendallRead More →

ABC/Heidi Gutman Whoopi Goldberg has been tapped to voice the lead role in Apple+’s new animated feature, Luck, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. Directed by Peggy Holmes, the story centers on “the unluckiest girl in the world,” who comes together with magical creatures to “uncover a powerful force.” Goldberg will voice The Captain, the “tough asRead More →

Courtesy of Starz Jasmine Cephas Jones takes center stage in the Starz series revival of Blindspotting. Unlike the 2018 film of the same name, which centered on Daveed Diggs as a parolee attempting to avoid recidivism, this series follows Jones’ Ashley, a struggling mom navigating the prison system after her boyfriend and child’s fatherRead More →

Photo credit: Sam Paul; Paul Smith Hayley Law and Keith Powers have been tapped to lead actor Avan Jogia’s directing debut Door Mouse. The noir thriller, also penned by Jogia, follows Law as Mouse, a woman stuck, in the dead-end job of working in a burlesque club. However, after a co-worker goes missing, Mouse andRead More →

Michael Tran/FilmMagic Lance Bass is among the eclectic lineup of celebrity guest hosts tapped to replace Chris Harrison for the new season of Bachelor in Paradise. ABC confirms the former NSYNC member, plus rapper Lil Jon, comedian David Spade and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt actor Tituss Burgess, will serve as rotatingRead More →

Lionsgate Salma Hayek regrets not speaking out sonner against Harvey Weinstein.  Although she was among the first group of women to accuse the disgraced movie mogul of abuse, in 2017, Hayek wonders what would have happened had she acted 15 years earlier. Speaking with InStyle, the Oscar nominee recounted how she was mistreated by Weinstein when filming her 2002 movie, Frida. Weinstein’sRead More →

Macall Polay Anthony Ramos was ready to quit acting until he saw a life-changing production of In the Heights, which was “the first show I ever saw on Broadway.” Ramos tells ABC Audio, “I… wanted to quit because I just felt like there were no roles for me. No one was rushing toRead More →

ABC/Randy Holmes The streaming service Roku has renewed Kevin Hart‘s action series Die Hart for a season two. If this seems like a repeat, it’s because its original home, the micro-video site Quibi had renewed the series already — before the star-studded network itself went belly-up.  Roku scooped up the show for airRead More →

Courtesy of NBCUniversal Tyler Perry is bringing back his iconic senior character: Ma, to the damn D-E-A. That’s right, Madea is coming out of retirement for the new Netflix film A Madea Homecoming, arriving in 2022. Perry made the announcement Tuesday in an Instagram video he captioned, “She’s back.” “This is Madea saying I’m comingRead More →