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Entertainment | New York Post
Entertainment | New York Post
‘And Just Like That…’ star Evan Handler speaks out about Kim Cattrall’s upcoming cameo
"And Just Like That..." star Evan Parker is responding to Kim Cattrall's return to the series.
Bam Margera’s brother says troubled skateboarder missing again days after threatening to ‘smoke crack until I’m dead’
Bam Margera's brother urges members of the public to contact the LAPD if they know where he is.
How Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will celebrate daughter Lilibet’s second birthday: royal expert
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's daughter, Lilibet, turned two today, and her party will apparently be an "all-American affair," according to one royal expert.
Dr. Phil does not regret controversial 2016 interview with Shelley Duvall
Talk show host Dr. Phil McGraw responded to backlash Friday about a controversial interview he did in 2016 with actress Shelley Duvall.
Ted Danson says his life was a ‘hot mess’ but ‘Cheers’ ending paved way for Mary Steenburgen romance
After 'Cheers came to an end in 1993, Danson and Steenburgen co-starred in the 1994 film 'Pontiac Moon' and married a year later.
Harry and Meghan Markle will ‘live to regret’ kids not having relationship with royals, Graydon Carter predicts
“That will come back to haunt them at a certain point,” the former Vanity Fair editor said.
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‘Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse’ crawls into No. 1 spot at box office
"Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse" earned $69.1 million on its opening night.
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Comedian Tom Papa’s new book explains why ‘we’re all in this together’
Tom Papa’s new book “We’re All in this Together . . . So Make Some Room” is a collection of comedic essays that just might also be a roadmap to a better life.
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Mos Def may have to give Erykah Badu tour pay to baby mama, court papers show
The rapper once known as Mos Def may have to fork over nearly $100,000 in earnings from gigs to pay off his baby mama's attorney fees from their child-support battle.
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‘New York, New York’s’ Colton Ryan is literally lighting up the city
Colton Ryan is still getting used to spotting his image on street lamp flags throughout Times Square and the theater district. The leading man in "New York, New York" was nominated for his first Tony Award this year.
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Stevie Wonder’s favorite chef has a new ‘Soul Food’ show on Hulu
“We’re connecting people through food. The Oklahoma episode blew my mind. I cried for half the episodes because the stories were so beautiful and the energy was so good."
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How the 2023 writers strike echoes the previous one from 2007
The writer’s strike of 2007 permanently derailed once-promising shows, damaged hit dramas, helped make reality television the norm, and quite possibly led to a Presidency. Like the many Hollywood reboots and remakes, it’s all about to happen again. Just after midnight on May 2, the 20,000 members of the Writers Guild of America (WGA) put...
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How ‘Back to the Future’ inspired time-travel series ‘The Lazarus Project’
“‘Back to the Future’ is a classic. I think ['The Lazarus Project'] pulls on strands of all of that -- there are sci-fi elements, romance, action, thriller and comedy." -- Paapa Essiedu
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