Jennifer Lawrence's Wedding Menu Sounds Surprisingly Bougie

Jennifer’s Lawrence’s wedding menu has been revealed, and we’re honestly a little surprised it doesn’t include pizza. The famously down-to-earth actress is reportedly marrying her art gallery director fiancé Cooke Maroney this weekend, after which the newlyweds will apparently dine on cuisine that any foodie would surely say “I do”

Another Movie, Another Musical: ‘Mrs. Doubtfire’ Coming to Broadway

Coming soon to Broadway: a new musical, adapted from an Oscar-winning film, about a struggling actor who masquerades as a woman to get what he wants. No, not that one. This season, it’s “Mrs. Doubtfire,” based on the 1993 comedy starring Robin Williams, about an estranged husband posing as a

Democratic Debate Like a Nightclub on a Tuesday, Trevor Noah Says

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AMC theatre chain gets into streaming with on-demand movies

LOS ANGELES • In a sign of just how much streaming is changing Hollywood, movie fans will soon be able to rent and buy films for viewing at home – from a movie theatre chain. AMC Entertainment, the largest multiplex operator in the world, introduced an iTunes-style online video store

Fans, entertainers mourn loss of Sulli

Singer and actress Sulli, who was found dead at her home on Monday, will have a private funeral. Her agency, SM Entertainment, said the venue will not be disclosed in order to keep fans and reporters away. Asking the media to accept this arrangement with a “generous heart”, it added

Staying on Guard Against Skin Cancer

“If you see something, say something,” a catchy warning from the Department of Homeland Security about possible terrorist threats, applies as well to skin lesions that, if ignored, could become fatal. Susan Manber, now a 55-year-old from Cortlandt Manor, N.Y., knows this well. She credits her astute daughter with having

Pharrell Williams says embarrassed by sexist hit song Blurred Lines

LONDON (THOMSON REUTERS FOUNDATION) – American singer-songwriter Pharrell Williams said he was “embarrassed” by one of his biggest pop hits, the 2013 song Blurred Lines, having realised that the lyrics were “rapey”. The song, which Williams recorded with singer-songwriter Robin Thicke and rapper T.I., was banned from a list of

John Giorno on His Most Precious Possession

In this series for T, Emily Spivack, the author of “Worn Stories,” interviews creative types about their most prized possessions. Here, the artist, poet and activist John Giorno, who spoke to Spivack several days before he died on Friday at 82, describes a Buddhist statue that sits in a shrine

For Sondheim, Raúl Esparza Protects His Voice. For ‘Seared,’ His Fingers.

Wherever Raúl Esparza goes, it seems, people expect him to sing “Being Alive,” the heart-rending Stephen Sondheim ballad from “Company,” for which he earned a lead actor Tony Award nomination in 2006. “If I don’t sing that song, people get upset,” he said, sipping a coffee in Midtown. “I’m like,