Director Spike Lee created a short film highlighting similarities between "Do the Right Thing" and the deaths of Eric Garner and George Floyd.
CNN's Don Lemon opined that celebrities were "doing nothing," while several including J. Cole, Halsey and John Cusack protested in various cities.
Taylor Swift, who until recently was famously apolitical, slammed Trump in a tweet to her 86 million followers.
From Lana Del Rey to Hannah Brown to Doja Cat, famous people managed to ignite (and enrage) the Internet nearly every single day.
Multiple women allege in HBO Max's documentary "On the Record" that as Russell Simmons climbed the music industry's ranks, he abused female artists and colleagues.
The Netflix series "Selling Sunset" brought back its juicy real estate drama, including the showdown between Chrishell Stause and Christine Quinn.
The "Parenthood" star, who acted out the scene with Dylan O'Brien, would love to collaborate with Timothée Chalamet next.
Lana Del Rey called out such artists as Doja Cat and Beyoncé in an Instagram post, citing double standards in music criticism.
The singer behind the original "Golden Girls Gospel Remix" doesn't want fame, but he does want credit.
"Smash" and "Bombshell" were always meant for the stage, and fans finally got to see what that might look like
“The Masked Singer” crowned a winner Wednesday night, a perfectly normal event in our current timeline.
Jimmy Kimmel, Trevor Noah and Seth Meyers joked on May 19 about the confusion surrounding President Trump's announcement that he takes hydroxychloroquine.
Todd Tilghman won “The Voice” as his coach, Blake Shelton, called him a “well-kept secret” and an “incredible superstar.”
Rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine had accused "Stuck With U" singers Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber of buying their way to No. 1.
The symbol from the Wachowskis' "The Matrix" has a solid presence in the far-right Internet.
As the "American Idol" finale crowned an unexpected winner, host Ryan Seacrest's appearance prompted concerned tweets from viewers.
Netflix's "Dead to Me" reunites Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini for more murder, mayhem and Marsden.
Let the serenity of Kate Winslet's English cottage in "The Holiday" wash over you.
The "Verzuz" Instagram battles have gained massive followings online as a very specific era of hip-hop and R&B stars face off.
From gory thrillers ("Happy Death Day") to socially conscious horrors ("The Platform"), here is a guide to some of the scariest movies to stream.