Entertainment News

‘The Conners’ scores solid ratings but can’t top ‘Roseanne’ premiere

ABC/Robert Trachtenberg(LOS ANGELES) — It seems The Conners are doing just fine without Roseanne — at least, so far. The ABC spin-off series premiered Tuesday night to solid ratings, making it TV’s number-one series debut this season. It brought in 10.5 million viewers, topping NBC’s Manifest, which debuted with 10.4 million viewers on September 24.…read more »

Watch now: ‘The Incredibles 2’ DVD to feature new short film, ‘Auntie Edna’

Disney•Pixar(BURBANK, CA) — The Incredibles 2 is heading to home release with some super-cool extra features. One of the bonus features is a new short film, called Auntie Edna, which shows designer Edna Mode pulling an all-nighter to design a super-suit for baby Jack-Jack. The home release will also include 10 deleted scenes, filmmaker commentary,…read more »

MTV’s ‘The Real World’ getting three new seasons on Facebook Watch

MTV(CANNES, FRANCE) — The Real World is ready for a real comeback. MTV has announced that it’s partnering with Facebook Watch to develop three all-new seasons of the reality show to debut in spring 2019. The new seasons will take place in Mexico, Thailand and the U.S. The series will still feature “seven strangers” picked…read more »

Tara Reid refutes claims she caused a “disturbance” on Delta flight

Gabriel Olsen/FilmMagic(LOS ANGELES) — Tara Reid is hitting back at reports that she caused a “disturbance” on a Delta flight Monday and was kicked off the plane. In a lengthy Instagram statement, the Sharknado actress says she left the plane willingly after a flight attendant would not allow her dog to sit with her. She…read more »

‘Crazy Rich Asians’ to be honored with Hollywood Film Award

Constance Wu and Henry Golding in “Crazy Rich Asians” Sanja Bucko/Warner Bros. Pictures(LOS ANGELES) — More praise for Crazy Rich Asians is on the way. The hit movie comedy — the first Asian-American-led studio release since 1993’s Joy Luck Club and starring Constance Wu, Henry Golding, Awkwafina, Kris Aquino, Ken Jeong and Michelle Yeoh — will be honored at…read more »

‘The Hate U Give’: Russell Hornsby delves into his gritty, complex character that audiences need to “see and bear witness to”

L-R: Russell Hornsby, Regina Hall, Amandla Stenberg, and Common in Twentieth Century Fox’s THE HATE U GIVE. Photo Credit: Erika Doss.(NEW YORK) — Russell Hornsby is extremely familiar with the type of man he portrays in the upcoming Black Lives Matter-inspired film, The Hate U Give. Taking on the role of the gritty and often…read more »

National News