Hollywood & Entertainment 1

Hollywood & Entertainment

Hollywood & Entertainment 2

DAILY COVER

ByForbes Staff

ByForbes Staff

ByForbes Staff

ByForbes Staff

3 minutes ago

A week after discussing his presidential run and priorities, Kanye West has reportedly dropped out. But he can still impact the 2020 race.

7 minutes ago

Metallica have set an official release date for their S&M2 live concert album/film, and they’re offering a litany of unique bundles and S&M2 merchandise.

55 minutes ago

A former industrial engineer for Sony, Guy Hendrix Dyas was perfectly-suited to tackle a film about complex structures.

1 hour ago

Pop Smoke almost debuted at No. 1 while last week’s leader tumbles outside the top 20.

3 hours ago

BTS almost landed another No. 1 hit this week, but they couldn’t beat Blackpink’s latest.

3 hours ago

The Nostromo model is one of over 850 lots in the Prop Store sale expected to fetch more than $6 million combined.

4 hours ago

Emmy Award-winning director Ava DuVernay is once again teaming up with Netflix — this time to take us inside Colin Kaepernick’s formative years.

4 hours ago

Pop Smoke beats a record set by both XXXTentacion and Mac Miller, though it’s not a coveted title.

5 hours ago

A musical movement led to “San Quentin Mixtapes, Vol. 1” being dropped: a 17-track album that was written, recorded and produced within the prison’s walls. Grammy-nominated producer David Jassy guided the music program, and more than a mixtape followed.

5 hours ago

Deaf actor Nyle DiMarco, a former winner of America’s Next Top Model, has sold a comedy television series to Spectrum. Starring DiMarco, the series will be developed with Melrose Placed and 3AD,

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