Let’s talk true crime. Society’s unwavering obsession with understanding, dissecting and chronicling each and every detail behind humanity’s most reprehensible acts is certainly nothing new. And lucky for pop culture fanatics, the genre has undoubtedly become stitched into the very fabric of the entertainment word. And while some would say doubting prosecutions, rehashing evidence and asking a victims’ loved ones to relive their pain day after day is callous and exploitative, millions of television … read more

Jimmy Kimmel revealed how much he’s getting paid to host the 2017 Academy Awards. During his visit to KROQ’s The Kevin & Bean Show, Kimmel disclosed that he will receive $15,000 to emcee the 89th Academy Awards. Kimmel acknowledged that his stipend is pretty low considering the scale of the event and offered a hypothesis as to why he’s getting paid at all. “I think it’s illegal to pay nothing,” he joked.
The hosts asked Kimmel if his pay is similar to those of previous hosts like … read more

Like you, James Marsden was just as surprised about Westworld’s Season 1 finale.
According to the actor, who plays Teddy Flood the gunslinger with a heart of gold, he didn’t see the shocking twist ending pertaining to the “maze” that everyone was trying to solve throughout the season.
“I got the final script and was like ‘Whoa,’ but for a while we had to kind of keep our mouths shut,” he told Entertainment Tonight at the 2016 Critics’ Choice Awards, where co-star Evan Rachel Wood … read more

La La Land was honored with the most awards on Sunday night (Dec. 11, 2016) at the 22nd Annual Critics’ Choice Awards.
The film, starring Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone, was named Best Picture and received eight awards total, which included Best Director and Best Original Screenplay (a tie) for Damien Chazelle. Casey Affleck took home the prize for Best Actor for his role in Manchester by the Sea, while Natalie Portman was named Best Actress for her work in Jackie. Portman, who is pregnant, … read more

Nominees the 2017 Golden Globes and Hollywood’s first big party night of the year have been announced.
Laura Dern, Anna Kendrick, and Don Cheadle announced the nominees on Thursday (Dec. 10, 2016) from the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, Calif. There was lots of love for La La Land (7 nominations) and Moonlight (6 nominations) from the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, while The People v. OJ Simpson leads TV with five nominations.
The 74th Annual Golden Globe Awards air on Sunday, … read more

Some say love is dead. Clearly, those people don’t watch television. Sure, television will always have a fair amount of breakups (R.I.P. Olicity) and unforeseeable tragedies (like Elena’s endless slumber on The Vampire Diaries), but this year also gave us a lot of swoon-worthy couples to celebrate. From Barry Allen and Iris West finally making things official on The Flash to Luke and Lorelai’s huge relationship milestone on Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life and Alex Danvers’s hugely important coming-out … read more

Captive, Netflix’s new hostage-themed documentary series, is a serpentine creature. Available tomorrow (December 9), its trajectories are as unpredictable as you’d expect, determined as they are by individuals in life-or-death situations. “The Cola Kidnap,” the story of the 1991 abduction of Rio de Janeiro Coca-Cola plant manager Corinne Coffin, twists and turns as the victim suffers a stroke — and the ringleader of her kidnapping, Ronaldo Monteiro, gives her a teddy bear as a sign of sympathy. … read more

Tina Fey was honored at The Hollywood Reporter’s annual Women in Entertainment Power 100 Breakfast in LA on Wednesday. The actress, writer, and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt creator was introduced to the stage by her friend and former 30 Rock costar Jon Hamm before being presented with the Sherry Lansing Leadership Award. During her acceptance speech, Tina took a few opportunities to poke fun at Jon, who played her impossibly handsome boyfriend Dr. Drew Baird on the hit NBC comedy. “In his defense, … read more

They are talented, they are loved and they came back to make 2016 one special year.
While the past 12 months have had its ups and downs, we’re here to focus on the stars who decided it was finally time to come back on the Hollywood scene in a big way.
Perhaps that’s a new record with smash hit singles. Maybe it’s two famous faces deciding life is better together than it is apart. Yes we’re talking about you Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth. Or could it just be a reality star that is back on the small … read more

To celebrate the home entertainment release of Scream Queens Season 1, Celebuzz is having a giveaway to die for!
One lucky reader will take home a DVD copy of the first season, as well as a poster signed by cast members Lea Michele, Emma Roberts, Abigail Breslin, Jamie Lee Curtis, Keke Palmer, Billie Lourd and Skyler Samuels. Best of all, you don’t have to be an “idiot hooker” to win!
Want to be the Chanel No. 1 of our giveaway? Read on to find out how to enter.
How to Enter 1) Leave … read more

It looks like Sue Sylvester is finally done terrorizing the New Directions. Jane Lynch, who played the draconian cheerleading coach on Glee, officiated Becca Tobin’s — her former Cheerio! — wedding on Saturday (December 3). Tobin tied the knot with her boyfriend, Zach Martin, in a winter wonderland in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
In addition to Lynch, Lea Michele, Jenna Ushkowitz, Kevin McHale, and Glee’s screenwriters and production assistants all attended the nuptials. They even braved the cold in … read more

Glee star Cory Monteith’s death in 2013 from an overdose still seems unreal, especially because no one had a clue he was abusing alcohol and drugs. Now, a new REELZ TV special, Autopsy: The Last Hours of Cory Monteith, focuses on the timeline of events leading up to his passing, along with delving into medical evidence. In a reenactment clip from the TV special, the actor is called into a meeting with Glee creator Ryan Murphy to discuss Monteith’s issues. Media journalist James Desborough … read more

After 10 harrowing episodes of butchering, mayhem, and Blood Moons, Sarah Paulson and Adina Porter survived until the very end of American Horror Story: Roanoke. While Paulson’s character Audrey didn’t live to see the day, her Asylum character, Lana Winters, made a return on the season finale to question Lee (Porter) on live television.
And because celebs are, as we know, just like us!, Porter recently spoke to Us Weekly about the hit series and confessed to fangirling over Paulson. I mean, same. … read more

This season of American Horror Story: Roanoke was full of scares, format change-ups, and some of the most grotesque scenes in the show’s history.
But after nine episodes of twisted horrors, the scariest part of Wednesday night’s season finale was how it felt more like an episode of American Crime Story. In the final hour, Ryan Murphy managed to jam in ANOTHER true crime docu-series, a journalistic special, and a ghost hunting show — all before throwing away the “found footage” gimmick in the final … read more

Note: This post contains spoilers for pretty much all of American Horror Story: Roanoke.
American Horror Story’s season finales tend to arrive at closure and togetherness by the last scene — think of the reunited family in Murder House, the restored transfer of power in Coven, and the immortally allied tenants in Hotel. Last night’s closing chapter of Roanoke was no different, in that Lee (Adina Porter) finally made peace with her young daughter Flora (Jessica Pressley) by sacrificing her own … read more