From the beginning the story was that, Robbie Coltrane, star of the "Harry Potter" films, was immediately rushed to the hospital after suffering flu-like symptoms on an airplane that steadily got worse.
Reports have come in today that Bobbi Kristina Brown, daughter of the late Whitney Houston, was found unresponsive in a bathtub in her Roswell, GA home earlier today. She is also the daughter of R&B singer Bobby Brown.
This week in nigga news…First off we have 50 Cent’s latest drama with his new ex-girlfriend Tatted Up Thotty… I mean Tatted Up Holly. After 50 dropped her like a bad a habit and posted an Instagram pic of the young lady calling her community
So where do we start with Mr. Suge Knight? This dude is something else. I mean what grown ass man who is about to turn 50 years old and has four kids still acts the way that he does? He is caught up in another “scandal”
This week in celebrity gossip includes births, break ups, drama and more. First up, Shakira and Gerard Pique, the singer’s longtime boyfriend, brought their second son into the world. The new baby reportedly looks like his father
You know that just as the media frenzy dies down slightly for "Fifty Shade of Grey" something else unfolds to give it more spin, and it's about to get crazy since the controversial kinky (toned down by Hollywood standards, of course) is about to hit theaters
It looks like Paramount is going back to the future of the past for "Terminator: Genisys" as the latest trailer brings moments from the first two films in the franchise together.
Seth McFarlane's "Ted" was a big surprise box office hit for Universal a couple years back in 2012, and of course, a sequel was as quick to shoot out as expletives from that potty mouthed teddy bear we all love.
It's always been hard enough for actors like Tyrese Gibson to get work since there's so many more of them than movies being made, but now today, there's even less movies being made with the same amount of actors so they really have to take it to the next level to get a studios attention
We've been hearing about the return of "Ghostbusters" for so long it seemed more of an urban myth than reality, but Sony has confirmed that it's a go and with an all-female cast this time around. Ever since Kristin Wiig's "Bridesmaids", Hollywood has felt safer going with an all-female cast