J.K. Rowling is sorry for killing off Fred Weasley. The author took to Twitter on Saturday, May 2, which marked the 17th anniversary of the Battle of Hogwarts, to deliver a heartfelt apology to "Harry Potter" fans.
The war between Robin Thicke and Marvin Gaye's family over "Blurred Lines" isn't over yet. After a jury ruled in March that the 2013 hit infringed on the late musician's "Got to Give It Up", lawyers for the 38-year-old singer and his collaborator Pharrell Williams are now pushing for a new trial.
Gerard Butler was enjoying a casual morning walk with girlfriend Morgan Brown when he was caught red-handed with his hands up her top. The lovey-dovey duo were photographed hanging out together in Malibu on Sunday, May 3, with the actor wearing baggy tee and loose fitting shorts, and the interior designer wearing a white string top combined with high-waisted jeans.
Miley Cyrus has gotten a new Barbie mini-me complete with pink armpit hair. The "We Can't Stop" songstress shared on Instagram on Sunday, May 3 a photo of her Barbie doppelganger complete with arm tattoos, colorful necklace and pink hair in armpits.
After revealing the first official photo of Joker
(Jared Leto), David Ayer, the director of "Suicide Squad", pleased fans by releasing the first official cast photo in costume. Ayer posted the photo on Twitter on Sunday, May 3 and captioned the photo, "Task Force X assembled and ready. #SuicideSquad."
De La Soul's Kickstarter Campaign to fund their comeback album is a huge success. The campaign, which was announced last month and was first aimed to raise $110,000, ended over the weekend after collecting $600,829 from more than 11,000 supporters.
As CBS is making decisions on the fate of its shows, "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" is at risk of facing the chopping block. According to Deadline, the network is considering options to cancel the long-running crime drama series.
"Avengers: Age of Ultron" kicked off the first season of summer blockbusters with an estimated $187.7 million debut, ending "Furious 7" four-week reign at the top. The superhero movie also scored the second-highest box office debut of all time.
The highly-anticipated collaboration between Britney Spears and Iggy Azalea is finally here. Ahead of its official premiere on Monday, May 4, the song called " Pretty Girls" leaked online in its entirety over the weekend.
Kanye West has a change of heart about using "So Help Me God" as the name of his new studio album. "I'm changing my album name to SWISH," the hip-hop star informed his followers on Twitter. He later added, "I might change it again but that's the name now."
Tiger Woods and Lindsey Vonn are no longer an item. The 39-year-old pro golfer and the 30-year-old Olympic skier announced their breakup this weekend. "After nearly three years together, Tiger and I have mutually decided to end our relationship," she wrote on Facebook.
Jamie Foxx got a lot of backlash over his National Anthem version at Floyd Mayweather, Jr. Vs. Manny Pacquiao fight in the Sin City. He put his best effort to deliver an emotional rendition of "The Star-Spangled Banner" before the showdown, but many people at Twitter were unmoved by his performance.
The second "Star Wars" spin-off has been postponed a year from the original 2018 release to 2019, Variety learns. The rumor emerges after director Josh Trank left the project citing his desire to "pursue some original creative opportunities."
Britney Spears' new single "Pretty Girls" which features Iggy Azalea has landed online after several snippets. "All around the world, pretty girls/ Wipe the floor with all the boys/ Pour the drinks/ Bring the noise/ We're just so pretty!" Britney kicks it off.