President Obama and George Clooney are calling it: Sony‘s falling victim to cyberterrorism and canceling The Interview isn’t just about hackers taking down a raunchy comedy. It’s about terrorists winning against the U.S. and effectively compromising the country’s freedom of speech.
Actor Ben Stein has nasty words for the president, Scarlett Johansson makes her first public appearance since giving birth to baby Rose, Lena Dunham addresses molestation rumors, and more First Dibs.
Kim Kardashian sure knows how to make us love her little girl, Teresa Giudice‘s 13-year-old daughter makes us really uncomfortable with her new music video, Keira Knightley gives her two cents on sexism, and more in Last Lap.
Whether he’s inspiring hope among downtrodden citizens, playing with kids, pets, or simply chilling in fast casual restaurants around the country, we can’t get enough of President Obama‘s heartwarming disposition. As he celebrates his 53rd birthday today, he’s still juggling international crises and humanitarian issues here at home. However, since he’s so level-headed, he’s always been able to quell any anxiety we may have.
Despite everything President Barack Obama has on his plate, he managed to squeeze in some face time with Zach Galifianakis for Funny Or Die’s web series, Between Two Ferns. The leader of the free world used his appearance on the show to plug the Affordable Care Act, but things quickly went awry. Let’s just say, if you think you’ve seen some tense interviews featuring the prez, you haven’t seen anything yet.
As if a Saturday Night Live hosting gig isn’t enough for one lifetime, Girls star Lena Dunham got cozy with the Obamas over the weekend. Dunham’s boyfriend, fun. guitarist Jack Antonoff, shared a photo of the fearless foursome on Instagram, making us wonder whether they each revealed their thoughts on Ukraine, or just jumped into a debate about Taylor Swift vs. Beyoncé.
As True Detective wraps up its first season this coming Sunday, fans of the gripping drama are beside themselves with speculation about what will go down in the finale. But there’s at least one devotee of the detective series who already knows the fates of Rust Cohle and Martin Hart — President Barack Obama.
Last night, the four-part television event, The Tanning of America, made its debut on VH1. The first installment of the series focused on hip-hop’s origins on the streets of New York City. As the program continues, we’ll highlight the genre’s path to the White House and detail its emergence as the most culturally significant movement of our time.
Elizabeth Banks can’t have her cake and eat it too, Bethenny Frankel is disappearing from daytime, and Michael Keaton is on board for a Beetlejuice sequel.