'Sherlock' Star Martin Freeman Might Not Return for Season 5
Few were surprised when Sherlock stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman hinted Season 4 would be the last, but the reason may go deeper than exhaustion or busy careers. Freeman says he’s not eager to go back after Season 4, as “some of it’s not fun anymore.”
Why Isn’t Hawkeye in the ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Trailer?
Where the heck is Jeremy Renner? The Russo brothers revealed why the Avengers’ archer is MIA from all the ‘Avengers’ marketing so far.
Academy President John Bailey Accused of Sexual Harassment
Almost every corner of Hollywood has been shaken by claims of sexual misconduct in the months since the New York Times first exposed decades of allegations against Harvey Weinstein — and the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences is no exception. The organization has, like many others, …
Justin Bieber Hits up Bella Thorne’s ‘Midnight Sun’ Premiere (PHOTOS)
See photos from the red carpet premiere of 'Midnight Sun.'
Taylor Swift Has Lost Sight of Herself + Her 'Reputation'
In her 'Reputation' music videos, Taylor Swift no longer knows who she is.
West Texas Food Bank Announces a New Partner For Food Donations
West Texas Food Bank has announced a new partnership for the next couple of months to get donations for the needy in the area.
New 'Westworld' Photos Hint at Another Time-Turning Mystery
Westworld Season 2 may not play the same tricks, but new photos have us scratching our heads all the same. See some surprising character returns (and even a few fresh faces) in new photos from the long-awaited 2018 return, and get your conspiracy boards ready.
Odessa Almost Done With Plan to Get Trucks Off City Streets
The City of Odessa is trying to get truck traffic off the streets and their plan is almost completed.
Trixie Mattel’s Most Memorable Looks From ‘Rupaul’s Drag Race: All-Stars’ Season 3
The newest franchise winner got to the top by thinking outside of her box.
'Lord of the Rings' TV Series Will Cost Amazon $500 Million
We knew Amazon would pay a pretty penny to develop its own Lord of the Rings TV series, but they might as well raid Smaug’s lair. New estimates put the TV iteration of Middle Earth at $500 million (to start!), and all before Amazon has even assigned talent to the project.