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‘Arrow’s Stephen Amell, David Ramsey And Cast React To News Of Final Season

It’s the end of an era. It was announced Wednesday that the CW’s superhero series Arrow would be coming to an end after its 10-episode eighth season. Arrow frontman Stephen Amell made the announcement on social media and his co-stars chimed in about news of the final season. Amell also posted a very emotional video on Facebook detailing his journey and thanking Greg Berlanti, Geoff Johns, cast and everyone involved in the series. In the video, he said the end of the show… Read

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‘Who’s The Boss?’ Stars Judith Light, Tony Danza, Alyssa Milano & Danny Pintauro Remember Katherine Helmond

Katherine Helmond’s castmates from Who’s the Boss? and Everybody Loves Raymond, including Judith Light, Tony Danza, Alyssa Milano and Patricia Heaton, were among those remembering the actress with love and admiration today. Light, who starred in Who’s the Boss? as Angela Bower, daughter of Helmond’s Mona, said in a statement: "Katherine Helmond was a remarkable human being and an extraordinary artist; generous, gracious, charming and profoundly funny. She taught me so… Read

Film

Albert Finney Remembered By Co-Stars & Colleagues: ‘Skyfall’ Director Sam Mendes Recalls “One Of The Greats”

Refresh for updates Albert Finney, who died yesterday, is being remembered by co-stars and colleagues from Hollywood to London today as an actor who all but defined versatility. From the intimate kitchen-sink dramas that started his career to the big, broad musicals like Scrooge (pictured) and Annie that became family fare traditions, Finney was, as Rufus Sewell, his A Man of No Importance co-star, “effortlessly great.” Sam Mendes, director of Finney in Skyfall, said, “It… Read

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Hollywood Shocked By Liam Neeson’s “Awful” Racist Story Of Revenge

During a promotional tour of his new movie Cold PursuitLiam Neeson, Hollywood’s favorite gruff uncle with a particular set of skills, told a story of racist revenge that shocked everyone. Neeson is definitely known for his revenge movies (see Taken), but things became too real in an interview with The IndependentDuring the interview, he shared an “awful” story of how he once took to the streets with a mission to murder a man who sexually assaulted one of his friends… Read

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Kristoff St. John Remembered By Co-Stars From ‘The Young & The Restless’, ‘Roots: Next Generation’, Others

Refresh for updates Eric Braeden was among the costars, colleagues and admirers of Kristoff St. John expressing shock and sorrow over news that the actor, most famous for his long-running role on CBS’ The Young and the Restless, died Sunday at age 52. “No words right now,” tweeted a heartbroken Braeden, St. John’s long-running YATR co-star. “This news has truly broken my heart,” tweeted Yvette Nicole Brown. “Kristoff was pure & so kind. I will never forget how wonderful… Read

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Hollywood Stunned By Reported Hate Crime Against ‘Empire’ Star; GLAAD, NAACP & SAG-AFTRA Weigh In – Update

Jussie Smollett

Refresh for updates… GLAAD has reached out to Empire star Jussie Smollett following what Chicago police are describing as a possible hate crime in which the black, openly gay actor was beaten outside a restaurant by two men who reportedly shouted racist and homophobic epithets. “GLAAD reached out to Fox and Jussie's team today to offer assistance as well as support for him,” GLAAD said in a statement. “Jussie is a true champion for LGBTQ people and is beloved by the… Read

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Oscar Nominee Reactions: Rami Malek, Willem Dafoe, Rachel Weisz, Adam McKay & Many More

They woke up early, they ordered breakfast in, and they’re very grateful. Here’s a round-up of key Oscar nominee reactions from this morning: “It’s momentous, it’s something you dream of when you get into this business; it’s the ultimate accolade,” said Rami Malek scoring his first Oscar nomination for Best Actor as Queen frontman Freddie Mercury in Fox/New Regency’s Bohemian Rhapsody, a movie several years in the making. Malek, akin to Robert De Niro in is prep for his… Read

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Kevin Barnett Remembered: Fellow Comedians, Hollywood Pay Tribute To Stand-Up And ‘Rel’ Co-Creator

Refresh for updates. Stand-up comedian and Rel co-creator Kevin Barnett died today and his comedy peers and figures from Hollywood came forward on social media to pay tribute and send condolences for the loss of a rising talent in the industry. David Alan Grier, who starred in The Carmichael Show, in which Barnett wrote tweeted, “Rest In Peace Kevin Barnett. Too young, just too, too young…” Mike Scully, who also worked on The Carmichael Show as a consulting producer… Read

Business

Barbra Streisand, Bette Midler Praise Their ‘Dolly’: Carol Channing Remembered – Update

Refresh for updates Barbra Streisand and Bette Midler, two of the most celebrated successors to Carol Channing’s most indelible role – and indeed her legacy – have added their names to the stars praising the late, great Broadway actress. “Carol was a true life-force…a kind and effervescent woman who never allowed the parade to pass her by!,” tweeted Streisand this afternoon, signing her message, “xo B”. Streisand played the role of matchmaker Dolly Levi in the 1969 film… Read

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Donald Trump Jr. Compares Migrants To Zoo Animals; Twitter Uncages Ire

Donald Trump Jr.

After his father was on TV waxing poetic about a “crisis of the heart,” Donald Trump Jr., who once compared Syrian refugees to a bowl of poisoned Skittles, likened migrants to zoo animals. "You know why you can enjoy a day at the zoo?" the son of President Donald Trump wrote in a since-deleted Instagram message posted Tuesday night. "Because walls work." The clueless analogy drew quick and widespread condemnation on social media. Seinfeld writer Larry Charles tweeted that… Read

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Late Night Hosts, Hollywood React To Donald Trump’s Primetime Address

When Donald Trump talks, the world will react — especially late night hosts and Hollywood. Trump gave his first national address from the Oval Office Tuesday about his wall and the southern border. He didn’t call it a national emergency like many thought he would. Instead, he called it a “humanitarian crisis – a crisis of the heart and crisis of the soul” in America. His choice of words and his general presence on prime time immediately became fodder for late-night hosts… Read