The sexy times are taken a notch up in the film the sequel to Fifty Shades of Grey. A second trailer for the anticipated film, released Wednesday, shows Anastasia Steele (Dakota Johnson) and her off-again, on-again, powerful boyfriend Christian Grey ...
Oh my! Kanye West left Los Angeles after sneaking out in the middle of the night on Dec. 6, according to a new report. Kim Kardashian and their two kids stayed behind, so could the rapper be headed to a treatment facility?
Back in April, proud mom Victoria Beckham shared a video of 11-year-old son Cruz Beckham singing Faith Evans' "Hope." As soon as fans heard Cruz's high-octave vocals, the comparisons to Justin Bieber started pouring in on the Internet.
Looks like it'll be a dark Christmas for Fiona Apple. The “Shadowboxer” singer has delivered a rewritten version of Nat King Cole's “The Christmas Song” that aims to hit President-elect Donald Trump below the belt.
Hollywood is strewn with the phantom doubles of films that might have been if early casting instincts had been followed. Over time, these ghosts bear less and less resemblance to their existing incarnations, to the point that they barely seem conceivable.
Chicago's hottest club is a midtown tech company called Zenotek Data Storage Systems, and it has everything: Santa Claus sitting on the Iron Throne, Kate McKinnon playing a flatulent HR lady, and - most importantly - a lethal dose of Baniston (that's ...
Each year impresario Michael Dorf puts together an eclectic lineup to honor a musical legend at Carnegie Hall in New York City. The 2017 honoree will be 18-time Grammy Winner and Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame inductee Aretha Franklin.
Tulips: Koons and Christie's International Head of Post-War and Contemporary Art Brett Gorvy. Getty Images. Christie's head of contemporary Brett Gorvey is leaving the auction world to join forces with art dealer Dominique Lévy.
When it comes to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, there are dozens of unanswered questions which fans continue to ask. Some have been guaranteed an answer in future films, but there are several burning questions which may never be answered.
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