'Ain't Too Proud,' the tale of The Temptations, needed to tell its own story

“Ain’t Too Proud,” the frustrating biographical Broadway musical about Motown’s hit-machine The Temptations, takes its title from a 1966 record, “Ain’t Too Proud to Beg.” But it could just as well mean “ain’t too proud to change the line-up.” Between 1960 and today—the Temps are still going strong—there... Source...

Sexual misconduct allegations continue to rock Tinseltown as Warner Bros. chief steps down

Warner Bros. Chairman and CEO Kevin Tsujihara has agreed to step down after an investigation into sexual misconduct allegations. Tsujihara, who first joined Warner Bros. Entertainment, Inc. in 1994, announced his departure via a memo to colleagues Monday. Though he expressed his love for both “this... Source link

New music from Ringo Starr is on the way

Ringo Starr is working on new music. The former Beatles beatkeeper appeared to confirm a 20th solo album was in the works on guitarist Steve Lukather’s Facebook page. Lukather, who plays in Starr’s All-Starr Band, posted a photo of the group in a recording studio. Starr posted a...

'When Calls the Heart' takes 'creative hiatus,' set to continue without star Lori Loughlin

The world of Hope Valley may have turned upside down, but it will continue on without Lori Loughlin. The arrest of the actress and her husband, designer Mossimo Giannulli,last week in connection with a national college cheating scam left her upcoming projects in doubt. The Hallmark Channel severed... Source...

'Cheers' to 'Abby's,' the newest bar show

Welcome to Abby's, where...everybody knows your name? No, wait, that can't be right. The newest show from executive producer Michael Schur (“Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” “The Good Place), about an illegal backyard bar in San Diego, looks a lot like “Cheers” — a group of friends, brought together by cheap... Source...

'Captain Marvel' soars even higher with stellar second weekend

"Captain Marvel" has continued to dominate the global box office in its second weekend in theaters, leaving newcomers in the dust. Walt Disney Studios estimated Sunday that the intergalactic superhero fell only 55 percent from its record-breaking opening. This weekend, "Captain Marvel" earned an... Source link

'The Act' tells the twisted tale of Gypsy Rose Blanchard, who masterminded her mother's murder after years of abuse

Gypsy Rose Blanchard spent her childhood believing she was sick. In the years after she learned the horrifying truth — that her mother subjected her to decades of unnecessary medical treatments, including surgeries and frequent emergency room visits — Gypsy planned her mother’s murder. The twisted,... Source link

James Gunn is the latest Hollywood star to get his job back after being fired

James Gunn isn’t the first big Hollywood name to get rehired after being let go. The filmmaker became the latest to fit that bill Friday when he was reinstated as director of “Guardians of the Galaxy 3,” eight months after he was dismissed following the re-surfacing of old...

Neil deGrasse Tyson shows to return to TV following misconduct investigation

Two shows starring Neil deGrasse Tyson are set to air following an investigation into sexual misconduct allegations made against the astrophysicist. “StarTalk” will return to National Geographic next month, while “Cosmos: Possible Worlds” will be broadcast by both Fox and National Geographic sometime... Source link

Former Disney actor Kyle Massey accused of sending explicit content to minor in new lawsuit

A longtime star on the Disney Channel is accused of sending sexually explicit content to an underage girl. Kyle Massey, 27 — who starred on “That’s So Raven” and the spinoff “Cory in the House” — was hit with a lawsuit Friday claiming he sent inappropriate photos, videos...