Since the start of 2022, a content shift is beginning. “Free Guy” starring Ryan Reynolds, “West Side Story'' and several network sitcoms will be added. Nothing that matches Vincent D'onofrio’s Kingpin smashing a man's head in with a car door, but still a move from PG towards PG-13.
It’s apparent that the students starring in HBO’s hit drama ‘Euphoria’ ignored the warnings of Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) orientation that many students in the United States undergo during middle and high school. With regular drug use as a common plotline in the series, including a drug-addicted protagonist, the show is graphic in nature.
On Feb. 3, Nick Cannon announced that he’s expecting his eighth child — a boy — with Instagram model Bre Tiesi, who is five months pregnant. The announcement was made on the Nick Cannon Show.
On Sunday night, Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Mary J. Blige, Eminem, and Kendrick Lamar showed up on music’s biggest stage, filling living rooms across the nation with nostalgia and old-school hip-hop.
Just like much of the world, many University of Miami students were sad to receive the news of Hollywood’s iconic ‘golden girl’ Betty White’s passing this past December at 99 years old. An illustrious figure in television history, White pioneered the inclusion of women both behind and on-screen.
The fifth entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Disney+ venture, “Hawkeye’s” release date feels important, more so than just because of its timely Christmas themes.
For months after the show was released, the Baskins received many harassing messages wishing them dead. According to Baskin, the messages resumed after people saw her in the trailer for the second season of “Tiger King.”
A first for the filmmaking juggernaut, the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) introduced its first hearing-impaired character in Chloe Zhao’s “Eternals” in theatres on Nov. 5.
Not even a month after its release, the gory survival drama has surpassed “Bridgerton” as the streaming platform’s most-watched series.
With the influx of documentaries, it’s easy to wonder what inspired them to come out now.
Flocks of University of Miami students hurried to the Watsco Center Thursday hoping to catch a glimpse of the largest names in Latin music, full of excitement and anticipation despite continuous surges of strong winds and heavy rain.
It would not be the VMAs without signature steamy, high-intensity performances from the biggest in music. This year did not disappoint, with Justin Bieber, Lil Nas X, Alicia Keys and Jack Harlow, among others, taking the stage.