(LOS ANGELES) -- Opening nationwide on Friday:
* Happy Death Day -- A college student -- played by La La Land's Jessica Rothe -- is forced re-live the day of her murder over and over again until she discovers her killer's identity. Also starring Shameless' Ruby Modine and Israel Broussard. Rated PG-13.
* The Foreigner -- Jackie Chan stars as a businessman, whose long-buried past as a Navy Seal erupts when his daughter is killed in an act of terrorism. His search for the terrorists leads to a game of cat-and-mouse with a government official, whose past may hold the clues…
Late Night host Seth Meyers, who has been the most aggressive of the late night hosts in addressing the ongoing scandal surrounding Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein, upped his attack in Thursday's "A Closer Look" segment, criticizing the "systemic misogyny and male entitlement" in society.
“There is no doubt that this horrifying story reveals yet again a culture of systemic misogyny that exists at the highest levels of society," argued Meyers. "This should not be a partisan issue, it requires all of us to speak out and ask ourselves what we can do to address it.”
Meyers insisted that it's time…
As Jason Aldean took the stage Thursday night in Tulsa, Oklahoma, it could’ve been any other night on his They Don’t Know trek -- until he sang his third song.
His impressive video intro rolled, and Aldean burst onstage to start the show with his current single that’s both the name of the tour and the title of his latest record. “They Don’t Know” led into “The Only Way I Know,” which segued into “Johnny Cash.” And then Jason took nearly five minutes to talk about what was on most everyone’ s mind: the shooting at the Route 91 Harvest…
(OKLAHOMA) -- Thursday night in Tulsa, Jason Aldean plays his very first concert since his set at the Route 91 Harvest Festival in Las Vegas was interrupted by gunfire.
Over the nearly two weeks since the deadliest shooting in modern U.S. history, Jason has paid tribute to the 58 people who lost their lives by opening Saturday Night Live with the late Tom Petty’s “I Won’t Back Down,” and returned to Vegas to visit with some of the nearly 500 who were injured.
Tonight at Oklahoma’s BOK Center, the They Don’t Know Tour rolls on. The trek is named after both Jason’s latest album, and…
(LOS ANGELES) -- Turns out, Rose McGowan's Twitter lock-out wasn't necessarily due to "powerful forces at work," as she claimed.
McGowan, who's been extremely vocal about the recent harassment and abuse allegations against movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, revealed the news of her locked Twitter on her Instagram, adding quote, "There are powerful forces at work. Be my voice."
However, in a statement provided to ABC News, Twitter insists, "her account was temporarily locked because one of her Tweets included a private phone number, which violates our Terms of Service. The Tweet was removed and her account has been unlocked."
(LOS ANGELES) -- The feud between Real Housewives of Atlanta stars NeNe Leakes and Kim Zolciak is heating up, outside of their Bravo reality show.
After Kim's daughter Brielle released a now-deleted video claiming she saw roaches in NeNe's bathroom, Leakes went on social media to blast Kim and her daughter for being "racists" and using black people for a "come up." Kim, who later denied the accusations on Instagram, now tells E! News she's hired help to look into NeNe's accusations.
“I’ve hired a legal counsel at this point,” Zolciak said. "I don’t take this lightly.
Zolciak continued, “It’s…
(LOS ANGELES) -- Add Kate Beckinsale to the growing list of actresses accusing disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein of sexual harassment.
In a lengthy Instagram post, the British star recalled an incident she claims took place when she was 17, in a setting familiar to anyone following the unfolding scandal: a hotel room.
"I assumed [the meeting] would be in a conference room," said Beckinsale, now 44, adding she was sent instead to Weinstein's room. "He opened the door in his bathrobe. I was incredibly naive and young and it did not cross my mind that this older, unattractive man…
(LOS ANGELES) -- Kelly Clarkson rejected an offer from ABC’s American Idol, the show that gave the singer her big break, in favor of being a coach on NBC’s The Voice. But she says she plans to take her coaching style from Idol’s most notorious judge: Simon Cowell.
Speaking to Variety, Kelly says, “I hope I’m a little bit like Simon Cowell. For the most part, I love his honesty. This is not a nice industry. People think I am going to be super nice all the time. I am nice. But I also want to keep it real.”
(LOS ANGELES) -- Kim Kardashian West's four-year-old daughter North seems to be having a little trouble adapting to her big sister role.
According to Entertainment Tonight, the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star posted a video to her website and app subscribers on Tuesday, updating them on Nori's progress, nearly two weeks after revealing while guest hosting Live! with Kelly and Ryan that she wasn't keen on her one-year-old brother Saint sharing the spotlight.
"Obviously North loves Saint, she just is still jealous," Kim admits. "She needs to still get it together and warm up and, like, be a little bit nicer,…
(LOS ANGELES) -- One of the numerous women who shared a story regarding alleged unwanted sexual advances from Harvey Weinstein in the overarching New Yorker piece Tuesday is Jessica Barth, an actress who in 2011 met the famed producer at the Golden Globes.
Barth, like others in the article, alleges that she was invited under the guise of a business meeting to Weinstein's hotel room, where she says he proceeded to demand a naked massage.
After telling Weinstein, "That’s not going to happen," Barth says she left the room and started crying uncontrollably.
Barth's former director and co-star for her…
(NEW YORK) -- "Evil Manners," this week's episode of Empire, begins with Lucious, after a 45-minute run on the treadmill, asking his sons and Cookie to stop "tip-toeing" around him and to tell him of the awful things he did to them before losing memory. He then asks Cookie why she left her family for 17 years and she avoids the question.
Here are some other highlights from the episode:
- While doing a photo shoot for Forbes magazine's "100 Most Powerful Women in Business" list, Cookie has a flashback to her stint in prison.
- After another prison flashback from Cookie, she and Andre are…
(NEW YORK) -- The NYPD is now looking for anyone else who may have been sexually harassed or abused by movie mogul Harvey Weinstein.
ABC News confirms detectives from the NYPD's Special Victims Unit will review Weinstein's background to "identify and locate and interview any potential victims" of the disgraced movie producer, in the wake of the cascade of allegations against him, some of which are alleged to have taken place decades ago.
The investigation will include looking into various recent public allegations against Weinstein. Victims are also being encouraged to come forward and talk to detectives.
However, police will…