NBA All-Star Weekend kicked off in high gear yesterday, as various celebs from the sports and entertainment world put their athleticism on display in the 2015 Sprint Celebrity game. Kevin Hart, Ansel Elgort, Anthony Anderson, and Common were just some of the names on hand trying to lead their respective team to victory.
Kevin Hart adds Roast Master to his resume, Scarlett Johansson‘s daughter isn’t how she imagined, Bruce Jenner‘s family reportedly knew about his transition longer than they let on, and more celebrity news.
Jimmy Fallon‘s lip sync battle on the special post-Super Bowl XLIX edition of The Tonight Show put Katy Perry‘s unsurprisingly tacky halftime performance to shame. No sharks were harmed in the process of making these performances epic.
Everyone wants a piece of Kevin Hart, and the Sony leaks only made that more clear. The actor-comedian had three No. 1. films in 2014 and recently presented at the Golden Globe Awards and hosted Saturday Night Live in the same week. He’s winning, and he’s enjoying his time at the top with only the best company.
Oh, awards season. Glitz, glamour, and terrible clothing. At tonight’s Golden Globe Awards stars Keira Knightley, Ruth Wilson, and Claire Danes proved that the 2015 People’s Choice Awards was no fluke.
ESPN icon Stuart Scott passed away Sunday morning at just 49 years old after battling cancer. Famous athletes, musicians, and actors continue to grieve the loss of the lovable and incredibly empowering anchor.
Sony has been taking hit after hit ever since anonymous hackers breached the company’s systems on November 24. The culprits, who may or may not be tied to North Korea, a country enraged about Sony’s upcoming Kim Jong Un assassination comedy The Interview, have not only leaked dozens of the company’s latest films, including this year’s Fury, but also hundreds of private internal emails. Mega producer Scott Rudin and Sony Pictures Entertainment Co-Chairman Amy Pascal came out looking the worst, with exchanges between two the spitting vitriol at Angelina Jolie, Kevin Hart, and Aaron Sorkin, among others.
However, regardless of how clear their messages seem to be, plenty of them were completely misunderstood. So, we’re here to clear up any confusion by placing the misinterpreted emails in the right context.
Kevin Hart responds to Screen Gems president Clint Culpepper‘s unflattering comments, Ashton Kutcher hints at Charlie Sheen‘s return to Two and a Half Men, Best Buy apologizes for an insensitive tweet regarding Serial, and more First Dibs.