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The American Film Institute has canceled plans to screen writer-director Nate Parker's "The Birth of a Nation" for students this week amid controversies surrounding a 17-year-old rape accusation against Parker and his co-writer.
Leslie Jones’ personal website was hacked, according to multiple media reports.
Plus, her co-stars defended her in her 'Hollywood Reporter' cover story.
Former reality star Kate Gosselin opened up on her decision to send one of her kids away on a learning program.
Miranda Lambert's Keeper of the Flame Tour openers were already on stage, but she felt she needed one more voice to help her with a Janis Joplin cover.
Kayla Rae Reid is sticking by her man.
Britney Spears has revealed she almost met a terrifying end this month after going swimming in the sea.
Naya Rivera had an abortion while starring on “Glee.”
The Olympic gymnast tells ET she would 'love' to join the dance competition show if her schedule permits.
NBC concluded its controversial Olympic coverage on Sunday night after two weeks of bad reviews and lower than expected ratings.
When the WWE announced a 30-day suspension for Eva Marie this week, the question naturally became who would replace the SmackDown superstar at SummerSlam's six-woman tag-team match.
Really creative, or borderline child abuse? You decide!
A student has shared photos of what appear to be her in bed with Olympic legend Usain Bolt.
Eddie Murphy says he refused cocaine from Robin Williams and John Belushi.
Who knew that Tom Selleck was such a softy?
During a meet and greet at MetLife Stadium before taking the stage on Saturday night, Miranda Lambert got 'engaged,' making one young fan's dreams come true.
Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton showed off their clear chemistry as the couple performed a duet at an intimate and star-studded Hamptons event.
Kate's first love wasn't modeling?
A big-budget remake of 'Ben-Hur' was trampled under a herd of holdovers and new releases at the box office, the latest casualty in a bruising summer for Hollywood.