Benedict Cumberbatch Does A Dramatic Reading Of ‘I’m A Little Teapot’
To raise money for GEANCO, a group that focuses on improving the health and education for the poor in Africa, Benedict Cumberbatch wants you and a friend to have tea with him, and then see the world premiere of “Avengers: Infinity War” in Los Angeles.
Ellen DeGeneres Tested Bill Gates With A Grocery Game. Clearly He Doesn’t Shop.
Bill Gates admitted on Wednesday’s broadcast of “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” that it’s been “a long time” since he last set foot inside a supermarket. Which is why he struggled in a parody version of “The Price Is Right.”
Chrissy Teigen Proves She Knows Almost Nothing About Her Husband’s Career
Chrissy Teigen is adorably clueless.
On Monday, the model and wife of musician John Legend took a quiz on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” called “You Don’t Know Jack About John.” Let’s just say her lack of knowledge about Legend’s career is pretty legendary. (Get it?)
“Black Panther” is bar-none the most anticipated movie of the year. “Fifty Shades Freed,” meanwhile, is the most anticipated movie of the year with an ice cream sex scene, so make of that what you will.
Moviegoers at Atlanta’s Regal Atlantic Station were in for a surprise on Thursday night when the theater mistakenly played the final installment of the erotic drama franchise instead of the superhero flick.
‘Black Panther’ Is What Superhero Movies Are Meant To Be
Ryan Coogler and his cast, including Chadwick Boseman and Lupita Nyong’o, manage to freshen up a genre that desperately needs it.
So it is written in the pop-culture bible: No heroic quest is complete without a dark night of the soul, that pivotal moment when a costumed crusader questions his or her ability to protect the world or else reaches an impasse about how to do so.
Will Smith has spent less than two months on Instagram and has already wowed fans with his life coach-worthy advice, pointed celebrity roasting and epic Super Bowl fan hype video. But the Fresh Prince has also come up against a couple of trolls who were up to no good.
The Obamas Wrest Presidential Portraiture From Its Traditional (White) Trappings
In a world flooded with images, artists Kehinde Wiley and Amy Sherald show that painting can still shape American history.
WASHINGTON ― When people first filed into the courtyard of the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery on Monday morning, the stage before them was empty, save for two massive, rectangular objects draped in plain brown fabric.
An hour later, Michelle Obama and Amy Sherald, the artist the former first lady carefully selected to paint her official portrait, took the stage. Together, they tugged on one of the fabric coverings until it fell to the ground. The crowd gasped audibly when the larger-than-life painting appeared before them and then broke into enthusiastic applause.