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Alfonso Cuarón takes top honor for Roma at Directors Guild Awards

Alfonso Cuarón continued his awards season victory lap on Saturday night when his film Roma received the top honor at the Directors Guild Awards. The production took home the coveted Best Feature Film prize during the Los Angeles ceremony, further positioning the Mexican visionary on the path to Oscar glory. The filmmaker was nominated alongside…

Ava DuVernay exchanges heartfelt words of support with Colin Kaepernick ahead of Super Bowl

Director Ava DuVernay is standing in solidarity with Colin Kaepernick by refusing to watch this year’s Super Bowl LIII telecast. The filmmaker shared words of support for the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback ahead of the big game, condemning the NFL’s “racist treatment” of the sports star. “I will not be a spectator, viewer or…

Glass cuts through competition for third weekend atop the box office

Glass is still slicing through its competitors to hold onto the top spot at the box office. The M. Night Shyamalan thriller tops the box office for the third week running with an estimated $9.5 million in ticket sales at 3,665 theaters in the U.S. and Canada from Friday through Sunday, bringing its North American total to…

Latest Celebrity Big Brother evicted houseguest Joey Lawrence didn’t have much fun. Here’s why

It wasn’t as fun as it looked – at least that’s what Joey Lawrence seems to be saying now that he’s the latest houseguest to get the boot from Celebrity Big Brother. After spending 18 days in the house, Lawrence has plenty of thoughts about the show’s second season on CBS, and they aren’t all that…

Survivor: Edge of Extinction players reveal their biggest worries

THIS JUST IN! Survivor is hard. It’s hard physically. It’s hard mentally. And it’s hard emotionally. (Remember Lisa Whelchel’s #SurvivorBreakdown?) So as excited as new contestants are to take part in the adventure of a lifetime — and get paid for it! — they usually have something about the experience they are dreading (or at least very…

Jussie Smollett performs for the first time Jan. 29 attack

Five days after reporting he was the victim of a racist and homophobic attack in Chicago, Jussie Smollett performed in front of a sold-out and very supportive crowd Saturday at the Troubadour in West Hollywood. Fans waited in the rain to listen to the Empire star, who opened his set by explaining why he decided…

‘Celebrity Big Brother’ recap: The Fun Five turns into bitter, party of two

Live from Studio City, it’s Saturday night! Yep, Celebrity Big Brother takes a one-night-only sojourn to Saturday night (thanks a lot, football!) and whew chile, this was an EPISODE.  Between the veto, live eviction, Julie Chen Moonves’ space saucer sleeves and more awkward arguments than a community theater production of August: Osage County, it literally…

Next two Mission: Impossible sequels set dates for 2021 and 2022

“Can’t stop, won’t stop” seems to be Tom Cruise‘s mantra of late, and now it’s our unofficially tagline for Mission: Impossible. After yet another successful installment of the Ethan Hunt-focused franchise with Fallout, Paramount Pictures set specific dates for the next two sequels. Mission: Impossible 7 is scheduled for theaters on July 23, 2021, and Mission:…

Days of our Lives: Here’s your first look at Chrishell Hartley’s return

Omg, Jordan? Is that you? Why yes, it is! Chrishell Hartley is returning to Days of our Lives on Feb. 4 and EW has the exclusive first look! As fans will recall, Hartley announced to her followers that she’s making a comeback to the NBC sudser, which she first joined in 2013. She left the series…

Seth Rogen, Eddie Redmayne among A-list cast of Aaron Sorkin’s The Trial of the...

In continuing his shift from writing to writing and directing, Aaron Sorkin is assembling a star-studded cast for his follow-up to Molly’s Game. Seth Rogen, Eddie Redmayne, Sacha Baron Cohen, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Jonathan Majors, and Alex Sharp are confirmed to star in The Trial of the Chicago 7 for the West Wing and The Social Network…

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Trump continues to take calls from his iPhone even after American...

On Wednesday, The New York Times reported that despite being repeatedly warned that his cell phone calls are not secure and may be tapped by foreign adversaries, President Trump refuses to stop making calls from his iPhone. White House officials have instructed the president to use his secure White House landline, which he is increasingly…

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