When Ryan Murphy was in his early 30s, he went to a plastic surgery office to do research for his then-drama “Nip/Tuck.” In similar fashion, a real life experience inspired his latest drama, “9-1-1-.” “My son Ford was 11 months old and in the middle of the night stopped breathing,” Murphy said at Fox’s Television Critics […]
Margot Robbie Spends Thousands on Security After 'Suicide Squad' & Wishes She'd Been Warned
Brooklyn Decker and Andy Roddick are now the parents of two — and if you missed the birth announcement, you aren’t alone. Andy Roddick and Brooklyn Decker attend the 12th Annual Andy Roddick Foundation Gala at Austin City Limits Live in Austin on Oct. 30, 2017. On Wednesday, the Grace and Frankie actress, 30, shared the first photo of her baby girl on Instagram in the most casual way.
Olivia Munn has been set to host the 2018 Critics’ Choice Awards, which are set for January 11 at Barker Hanger in Santa Monica and airing on the CW. The show, run by the Broadcast Film Critics Association and the Broadcast Television Journalists Association and in its 23rd edition, aired on A&E last year in December. TJ Miller had hosted the combined film and TV awards show the past two years. Munn will preside over a show that will include a tribute to Gal Gadot, who…
A Dave Chappelle fan who believes he was anonymously mentioned in the comedian’s latest standup special “Equanimity” has written an open letter to express his disappointment. In a Medium post, Tyler Foster writes that the comedian refers to a letter that Foster sent him, following a March 2016 performance which Foster says opened with 20 minutes of transphobic material. In his latest special, Chappelle referenced a fan letter he received that made him “feel bad,” adding “I didn’t feel bad about what I said, you understand, I felt bad that I made someone else feel bad.” Chappelle said he wasn’t sure which joke upset him — “I have so many transgender jokes” — but that he had a hunch it was a bit about Caitlyn Jenner appearing nude in Sports Illustrated.