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After not being able to contact Kanye leading up to Psalm's birth, Kim said, “It's like, who doesn't answer the f******* phone?“
“There is no space for harassment or disrespect or degradation of any kind at my show," the singer wrote after being taunted by concert-goers.
Michelle Pfeiffer recalled an "inappropriate" encounter "with a high-powered person in the industry."
The 63-year-old says she was told "we have to build you a butt" after she worked out for a year for "Terminator: Dark Fate."
The famed "Godfather" director defended Martin Scorsese's Marvel criticism, upsetting MCU fans in the process.
Five years after Angelina Jolie's "Maleficent" cast a spell over the box office, the villainous enchantress has returned to the top of domestic charts. Disney's "Maleficent: Mistress of Evil," a sequel to 2014's fantasy adventure based on the "Sleeping Beauty" sorceress, debuted to $36 million from 2,790 North American theaters, nearly half of what the […]
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is setting the record straight about a recent Netflix cameo that has caught the Internet's attention. Brady makes a brief appearance in the Paul Rudd-fronted Living With Yourself, which dropped its first season on Oct. 18. In the first episode, Rudd's character, Miles, arrives at the Top Happy Spa, […]
Megyn Kelly’s name has popped up in the media more in the past week than in the entire past year because workplace sexual harassment is back in the news, and it has prompted her to speak out and not ‘just sit back and enjoy my money.'”Friday, news broke that Kelly had been among the notable newswomen to sign a letter urging Comcast to launch an investigation into NBC News after NBC made it clear it wouldn’t be pursuing a new investigation into internal handling of accusations against former “Today” host Matt Lauer.That same day, ABC News’ chief political analyst Matthew Dowd, tweeted, “I really don’t want to hear from either Matt Lauer or Megyn Kelly. Can’t they just fade away and enjoy their large pot of money?”Also Read: Megyn Kelly, Gretchen Carlson, Greta Van Susteren Demand Comcast Launch New NBC News InvestigationKelly, who was expected to be paid out for the remainder of her three-year contract when she left NBC, responded to Dowd Saturday in her own tweet, writing, “Yes, I could just sit back and ‘enjoy my money,’ @matthewjdowd, but instead I’ve chosen to speak up for women being harassed and abused who have been muzzled by NDAs. Sorry you find that so annoying.”(At the time Kelly left NBC, an individual familiar with the matter told TheWrap that her the sum she was paid was believed to be between $25 million and $30 million.)Dowd kept the conversation going, questioning if she stood up for women who accused prominent Republicans of sexual misconduct, like “Christine Blasey Ford, Anita Hill, and all the accusers of President Trump?”“Also, I know you are blasting NBC, but I don’t see you saying much about Fox,” he continued.Kelly pointed out that the forthcoming movie “Bombshell” portrays her standing up for women at Fox News and she “put Trump accusers on the air.”Also Read: Megyn Kelly Says NBC News Needs an 'Outside Investigation' After Ronan Farrow Book (Video)“By the way,” she wrote, “I devoted an entire chapter of my book to the harassment scandal at Fox and discussed it on virtually every network. It was a NYT 1 Best Seller. You should read it! settleformore”Earlier in the week, Kelly gave her first on-air interview since leaving NBC last year to Fox News, where she called for an outside investigation into NBC’s handling of sexual assault allegations made against Lauer, to determine what executives were aware of beforehand.Dowd deleted his original tweet and Kelly told him, “I am all for less meanness in the world. We’re good @matthewjdowd.”Megyn Kelly’s reps haven’t responded to TheWrap’s questions about her future career plans. Meanwhile, you can catch Charlize Theron playing Kelly in “Bombshell,” which opens in theaters on Dec. 20..Read original story Megyn Kelly on Her Public Resurfacing: ‘I’ve Chosen to Speak Up for Women Being Harassed and Abused’ At TheWrap
Emilia Clarke looks back fondly at her eight seasons on HBO’s epic fantasy series, “Game of Thrones,” and realizes that playing Daenerys taught her something vital about herself: “She taught me about lady balls,” the four-time Emmy nominee said.No question about it, Daenerys became a formidable conqueror and ruler by the time the show ended earlier this year, and Clarke is the first to acknowledge that.“She taught me what it feels like to be in a room and be heard. She wielded such power, calmness and such poise,” Clarke said in a new interview with The Daily Telegraph.Also Read: Emilia Clarke Thanks 'Game of Thrones' Fans as Show Ends: 'And Now Our Watch Has Ended'“She had a fierce intensity and made some incredibly tough choices. In Season 3, she had to start busting some balls, and as a 25-year-old standing in front of 500 extras, 150 crew members, six cameras, a drone, dragons and fire, I had to bring it.”She added, “I felt like if I can do that, then the red carpet doesn’t feel so scary to me at all. So there’s a certain kind of self-belief that rubs off on you as a person.”Yes, playing the Mother of Dragons, Protector of the Seven Kingdoms, the Khaleesi of the Great Grass Sea, or whatever you want to call her, is a tough act to follow, but Clarke doesn’t worry herself about those little things.Also Read: Emilia Clarke and Henry Golding Meet-Cute (With Bird Poop) in 'Last Christmas' Trailer (Video)“I don’t feel pressure to follow up the show because it’s unfollowable. I’m not going to go off and be like ‘Oh well, dragons are my thing…’ I can’t be a crazy woman demanding dragons forever! ‘These aren’t as good as my last dragons!’ Can you imagine?,” she laughed.But as good luck would have it, her follow-up project is a dramedy about a continuously unlucky woman in “Last Christmas,” written by Emma Thompson and her husband Greg Wise, and directed Paul Feig.“It was pitched to me like, ‘Emma Thompson has written a movie.’ And I was like, ‘I don’t even need to read it. Yes, I’m in, I’m 100 per cent in,'” Clarke recalled. “I think she is the greatest human and with the double combo of Paul Feig directing, it was an absolute no-brainer. Worst-case scenario, we were at least going to have a wonderful time.”“Last Christmas” opens in theaters on Nov. 8.Read original story ‘Game of Thrones’ Star Emilia Clarke: Playing Daenerys ‘Taught Me About Lady Balls’ At TheWrap
The twice-Oscar-nominated actress spoke frankly with The Telegraph about how the enormous pressure of 2003's "Pirates of the Caribbean" and the hits that followed forced her to retreat from the limelight.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is supporting Meghan Markle after the duchess admitted that fame is difficult.