Celebrity

Model Ambra Battilana Accuses Harvey Weinstein of Sexual Assault

Page Six reports that Ambra Battilana, model and former Miss Italy contestant, has accused Harvey Weinstein of sexually assaulting her… Read More

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Helen Mirren Delivers Helium-Inflected Award Speech on ‘The Tonight Show’

Helen Mirren visited The Tonight Show last night, and Jimmy Fallon employed one of his favorite tactics to ensure that we… Read More

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Jay Z’s Streaming Service, Tidal, Arrives in a Wave of Turquoise

The streaming service Tidal is re-launching today in honor of Jay Z’s recently accepted $56 million bid on Aspiro, the Swedish company… Read More

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Inside the Weird World of Twitter’s Celebrity-Impersonating “Parody” Accounts

At 4:50 on the afternoon of March 1, @BillMurray tweeted a joke to his 497,000 Twitter followers: “I always say ‘morning’ instead of ‘good morning.’ If it were a good morning I’d still be in bed instead of talking to people.” His fans responded enthusiastically. “I knew we’d have something in common,” replied one follower; “Thanks for the laughs this am,” replied another. A third took the opportunity for a personal connection: “I watched Meatballs today for the first time in roughly 30 years. It was a good morning with some good memories.” In all, the joke was re-tweeted 1,243 times, and 1,587 Twitter users favorited it.

There’s only one problem: the person tweeting as @BiIIMurray isn’t really Bill Murray. As those with even a passing knowledge of the comedian and actor’s personality could guess, Bill Murray isn’t on Twitter. But “Bill Murray” is. … Read More

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Jon Hamm’s ‘Mad Men’ Contract Prevented Him From Playing Ben Affleck’s Role in ‘Gone Girl’

Ben Affleck’s trademark doofy smile has skewed impressions of him: despite being one of the smarter forces in Hollywood, his characters can seem ineffectual… Read More

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Mariel Hemingway’s Disturbing Woody Allen Story Highlights the Importance of Bystanders in Rape Culture

There’s a scene towards the end of the 2009 film An Education in which Carey Mulligan’s heroine — who has dropped out of school to marry an older man who turns out to be an already-married fraud — talks with her parents. She’s remonstrating them for encouraging her in every step of the relationship, for being as floored as she was by her suitor. “Silly schoolgirls are always getting seduced by glamorous older men,” she says. “What about you two?” In other words: How could you let me do this? … Read More

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“That’s Your Fucking Question?” Cate Blanchett Slams Bad Interviewer

Cate Blanchett, queen of the Middle Earth elves, of the British Isles, and of Hollywood’s leading ladies, may have regal… Read More

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Chelsea Handler Describes How Bill Cosby “Tried to Cosby” Her

Within the dishearteningly appropriate platform of Esquire‘s special Men & Women section in their April 2015 issue, which is meant to… Read More

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