The grand jury decisions not to indict officer Darren Wilson, the man responsible the wrongful killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO last August, and not to charge NYPD officer Daniel Pantaleo for his fatal (and illegal) chokehold of Eric Garner last July have left the nation flabbergasted. Coast to coast, protesters are gathering in droves seeking justice. And among those protesters are some well-known celebrities.
Jennifer Aniston gets a Screen Actors Guild award nomination for her role in Cake, Chris Rock calls out an NFL player, Whoopi Goldberg blows it on The View, and more in Last Lap.
In the last few days, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ Brandi Glanville has made it clear she is anything but fond of fellow Real Housewife and upcoming Celebrity Apprentice co-star Kenya Moore. And she’s not finished talking. Read more…
What will Martin Freeman talk about during his Saturday Night Live monologue this weekend? The Hobbit, most likely. Old school The Office, if we’re lucky. But Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch? Don’t hold your breath.
Nicki Minaj and Pauly D have been friends for years. Now that Minaj is single, is the former Jersey Shore star making moves on her?
Drake felt Diddy’s wrath during their Miami fight, but now the hip-hop stars are making amends. Diddy wants to host a conflict resolution summit, probably to gain more publicity from the fracas. The Gossip Table dishes in the video above.
Exodus: Gods and Kings has everyone talking, and it isn’t even out yet (it hits theaters tomorrow). The reason? Because of its all-white top-billed cast, which director Ridley Scott is making no apologies for. Read more…