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Game of Thrones Star Emilia Clarke Says Sexism in Hollywood Is Like 'Dealing with Racism'
In an interview with Rolling Stone, the British-born actress, 30, said she did not realize at first that she was being discriminated against and treated differently from her male costars.
“I feel so naive for saying it, but it’s like dealing with racism,” she said. “You’re aware of it, and you’re aware of it, but one day, you go, ‘Oh, my God, it’s everywhere!’ Like you suddenly wake up to it and you go, ‘Wait a f—ing second, »
- Stephanie Petit
Michelle Rodriguez Threatens to Leave ‘Fast and Furious’ Franchise if it Doesn’t ‘Show Some Love to Women’
The actress threatened to leave behind her role as Letty Ortiz, the wife of Vin Diesel’s Dominic Toretto, if the series continues to limit its female roles.
“F8 is out digitally today,” she captioned her Instagram photo. “I hope they decide to show some love to the women of the franchise on the next one. Or I just might have to say goodbye to a loved franchise. It’s been a good ride & I’m grateful for the opportunity the fans & studio have provided over the years.”
Rodriguez, who has portrayed Letty in five of the eight installments, has previously pointed out that she’s had limited dialogue along with actress Jordana Brewster, who plays the sister of Dom, and other women who have joined the series.
‘Fate of the Furious’ Crosses $1 Billion Milestone at International »
- Rebecca Rubin
Cara Delevingne Reveals Why She Became Sober for Life in a Year Role
Cara Delevingne is spilling the beans on her friendship with Rihanna, her incredibly disciplined training for Valerian and much more in the August issue of Glamour magazine. The model turned actress opened up to the women's mag about how different it is to be in front of a camera to model versus acting. "I always say, modeling is something I do, whereas acting feels more like what [I am]. I have felt better than I felt in years, and that's purely from doing what I love. Especially because, while I've been doing this film [the upcoming Life in a Year], I've been sober. Being completely clean and clearheaded has been so helpful with getting into character." She also shared that during »
Kenneth Lonergan to Be Honored at Austin Film Festival
Kenneth Lonergan, who won the best original screenplay Oscar for Manchester by the Sea, will be honored at the Austin Film Festival & Writers Conference, where he will receive the event’s 2017 Distinguished Screenwriter Award.
The festival, which celebrates writers’ contributions to film, television and new media, takes place Oct. 26-29, and Lonergan will be recognized at the Awards Luncheon on Oct. 28.
In addition to Manchester, Lonergan wrote and directed You Can Count on Me and Margaret. He also co-wrote the screenplays for Analyze This and Gangs of New York, and as a playwright, has written This Is Our »
- Gregg Kilday
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Jason Statham Welcome a Baby Boy!
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Jason Statham are parents! The couple welcomed their first child together on June 24, the supermodel announced on Instagram on Wednesday. Alongside an adorable black and white photo of their son's hand, she wrote, "Our little man arrived! Jack Oscar Statham 8.8lbs on Saturday June 24th. »
- Caitlin Hacker
Gotham's Donal Logue Pleads for Public's Help in Locating His Missing Child
Donal Logue is still searching for his missing child.
The Gotham actor sent out a tweet early Thursday morning, thanking people for their “love & prayers” and urging anyone with information to call a hotline number.
“Kasey & I dearly miss our baby Jade, aka Arlo, any tips appreciated to the number below,” he wrote. Logue later deleted the tweet.
Logue also linked to a page set up on missingkids.com, a website that aids in finding missing children.
A spokesperson for the New York City Police Department told People on Wednesday that they are continuing to look into the missing person »
- Alexia Fernandez
Bea Miller Reveals 'Like That' Music Video — and Explains Process Behind Ep: 'I Wanted It to Be Very Cohesive'
“I wrote ‘Like That’ on the day when I woke up and thought, ‘I’m done feeling sorry for myself and I’m done letting other people bring me to a point where I think I should,'” Miller, 18, tells People about her inspiration behind the track. “I remember feeling so angry that I had been so sad for so long and literally forced myself to get over it and be a stronger and happier person. »
- Nicole Sands
Watch: Mdlny’s Steve Gold Goes on a Painfully Awkward Blind Date That's Hard to Watch (But You Definitely Should)
Million Dollar Listing New York’s Steve Gold may be a successful luxury real estate broker, but as a single guy in the city, he hasn’t quite closed the deal yet.
In an exclusive first look at tonight’s episode, the show’s newest star hits the town with a blind date, Taylor, with whom he was set up by a mutual acquaintance. Things quickly take a turn for the extremely awkward when the Jersey girl decides to give whiskey “a whirl,” and brings up the always appropriate topic of how much plastic surgery she may or may not have had. »
- Megan Stein
President Trump Launches Vicious Personal Attack on MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski – Calling Her ‘Low Iq, Crazy’
“I heard poorly rated @Morning_Joe speaks badly of me (don’t watch anymore). Then how come low I.Q. Crazy Mika, along with Psycho Joe, came to Mar-a-Lago 3 nights in a row around New Year’s Eve, and insisted on joining me,” Trump tweeted. “She was bleeding badly from a face-lift. I said no!”
I heard poorly rated @Morning_Joe speaks badly of me (don't watch anymore). Then how come low I.Q. Crazy Mika, along with Psycho Joe, came. »
- Stephanie Petit
Lucy Hale Celebrates the End of Pretty Little Liars with a New Tattoo
People often use tattoos as a way to mark the passage of time. There’s that eiffel tower tattoo from the time you studied abroad in France, the initials of a loved one scrawled across your ring finger, or a portrait of your beloved pet across your back, all of which you may or may not come to regret at some point in your life. So it makes sense that as Lucy Hale comes face to face with the end of an era, the series finale of her long-running hit show Pretty Little Liars, she would want to mark the occasion with some equally enduring, »
- Emily Kirkpatrick
Rhony's Kelly Bensimon & 2 Bachelor in Paradise Alums Are on the Market (& Getting Tough Love from Patti Stanger)
Stanger is helping Bensimon and a slew of other unlucky in love Hollywood stars get their hearts in shape in the People exclusive first trailer for season 2 of We tv series Million Dollar Matchmaker.
In the promo, the love guru admits, “I’m taking on the toughest cases I’ve ever seen in my matchmaking history.”
This time, Stanger has her clients sequestered in Bel Air’s exclusive Luxe Hotel, »
- Lindsay Kimble
Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle's First Trailer Is Here and It's Packed With Modern Surprises
The drums have taken a new form. Jumanji is back for a new generation and we're getting a sneak peek at the Christmas movie thanks to Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle's first official trailer released today. If there's one thing to say about the classic '90s tale come back to life—boy have times changed! Instead of the iconic board game, the cast of teenagers find an abandoned Nintendo-esque game console while they're cleaning out their school's basement during a bout of detention. At the start of the virtual game, they are tasked with picking their character. However, little do they know they have to inhabit that person's body in the game. The classic high school »
Dorinda Medley Explains Her "Clip!" Moment From The Real Housewives of New York City
There is so much to say about the clip of Dorinda Medley saying "Clip!" on The Real Housewives of New York City. Where to begin? How about with Dorinda herself explaining where it came from. The Rhony star stopped by Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen where host Andy Cohen played a safari-themed supercut of the moment inspired by Carole Radziwill's outfit and comments from the Bronx lunch. In the clip ("Clip!"), Sonja Morgan brought up the topic of Tipsy Girl and the fact that, according to Sonja, Dorinda wanted in on the brand. This did not sit well with Dorinda, who had admitted she was hungover from the night before, but kept the wine and Bloody Marys coming. So where did "Clip!" come »
Selfie Murder Victim's Family and Friends Open Up About the 16-Year-Old Boy Killed in a Headline-Grabbing Case
There is no way to talk about 16-year-old Ryan Mangan without also talking about how he died.
On the night of Feb. 4, 2015, his mom, Rebecca Murtland, returned to their home in Jeannette, Pennsylvania, to find Ryan dead in a chair in his bedroom. He’d been shot once in the face, about an hour earlier, and his body was still warm.
Briefly, Murtland thought that her son had killed himself — but she didn’t see a gun nearby. Within days, she learned the truth: Ryan had been murdered by another teenager, 16-year-old Maxwell Morton, who left Ryan to die as his lungs filled with blood. »
- Adam Carlson
Here's the Precious Advice Diddy Gave Jay-z About Raising Twins
Sean "Diddy" Combs gave Jay-z some holy grail advice about raising twins. As the entire world knows by now, the Grammy-winning raper recently welcomed twins with Beyoncé and now the A-list pair are juggling two newborns at once. Fortunately for the star dad of three, he has a close pal who could impart some advice—Diddy himself. The fellow rapper is a father of six, including to 10-year-old twin daughters D'Lila Star and Jessie James. "Jay's usually the one that gives me counsel, so I was so happy to give him counsel on this," Combs told Seth Meyers Wednesday on Late Night. So, what were the sage words of wisdom he imparted on his pal? "The »
'Spider-Man: Homecoming' Review: Your Friendly (Sweet and Funny) Neighborhood Marvel Movie
Spider-Man made his long-awaited return to the Marvel fold in last year's Captain America: Civil War, but Spider-Man: Homecoming marks the web slinger's first solo outing within the greater Marvel Cinematic Universe -- a fact Marvel Studios won't soon let you forget, either, ingraining Spidey deeply within its franchise: The Avengers Tower is prominently featured in the posters. Iron Man is on hand to play a mentoring role, while Captain America pops up for increasingly great cameos. Students at Midtown High School study the Sokovia Accords in history class. The Battle of New York serves as the genesis for the bad guy's villainy.
Homecoming begins with a prologue set shortly after the events of The Avengers. Adrian Toomes (Michael Keaton) heads a post-battle cleanup operation, salvaging materials left behind by the Chitauri aliens, until Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) and his Department of Damage Control put Toomes out of a job. "The world's »
Watch: Inside the Moment Kendra Wilkinson's Mom Hatched a Plan to Knock Her 'Off Her Pedestal’
In a People exclusive sneak peek at Kendra on Top, Patti finally meets with New York book publisher Judith Regan, and discusses her plan to allegedly knock Kendra “off her pedestal” by writing a tell-all book.
“I think it’s more about people are interested in what I went through raising Kendra. A couple of years ago I kinda thought about this book and people were backing me at that,” Patti tells Regan. “They were saying, ‘Don’t go to the media, »
- Joelle Goldstein
Nicole Kidman Felt 'Deeply Humiliated' Filming Big Little Lies' Abuse Scenes: 'It Affected Me in a Deep Way'
Nicole Kidman has played a slew of transformative roles throughout her three-decade career. But rarely has a character had such a strong personal impact on her as Celeste — the mother of two trying to navigate her way through an abusive relationship that Kidman so beautifully portrayed in HBO’s megahit miniseries Big Little Lies.
Filming scenes where her character often engaged in rough sexual acts to please her husband Perry (Alexander Skarsgård), seconds before (or in some cases, after) being slapped or pushed or mentally abused, Kidman was physically and emotionally naked. And she absorbed every bit of Celeste’s pain. »
- Dave Quinn
Lady Gaga on Summer Music, Her "Healing" New Role and a Future in the Movies
Lady Gaga is just getting started. The 31-year-old may have charged into 2017 with her fifth studio album on the charts and her first Super Bowl halftime show in the record books, but if you've payed any attention to her decade-long career, the star always has a new goal up her sleeve. As she told E! News, "You know me—I like to switch it up." After a packed 2016 finale releasing her first album in two years, Joanne, the Grammy winner focused on bringing her music to the masses, first by way of Houston's Nrg Stadium, next with the announcement of the Joanne World Tour to begin in late August, and finally, by replacing Beyoncé as one of Coachella's 2017 »
Michael Bublé Makes Touching Speech During First Public Appearance Since Son Noah's Cancer Battle
After months by his son Noah's side as he battled cancer, Michael Bublé stepped back into the spotlight for an uplifting moment. The Grammy-winning father of two emerged in his native Canada on Wednesday to accept the National Arts Centre Award in Ottawa from the Governor General of Canada. Sporting a tailored black suit, the famous crooner was visibly moved as he was hailed as one of the "preeminent music artists of his generation" during the prestigious ceremony. Soon, he took the podium to share personal remarks, beginning with a quote from Maya Angelou that concluded with, "People will never forget how you made them feel." "My entire life has been »
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