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Judge lowers $2-million bail for Suge Knight's fiancee on charges she sold murder trial evidence to TMZ


A Los Angeles County judge decided to sharply reduce the $2-million bail keeping Marion “Suge” Knight’s fiancee jailed on charges that she violated a court order by selling a key video in Knight’s murder trial to the gossip website TMZ.

Swampy crime drama '1 Buck' sinks fast


The low-budget indie “1 Buck” is a conceit in search of a meaningful story, a potential statement film manifested as a blood-on-the-bayou crime drama. The result is a dreary journey through sordid territory as a killer slices up a string…

Former Brat Pack star Anthony Michael Hall convicted of assaulting neighbor


“The Breakfast Club” actor Anthony Michael Hall, facing a felony battery charge for breaking a neighbor’s wrist in a struggle, opted Wednesday to plead no contest to a misdemeanor assault and was sentenced to three years of probation.


Lady Gaga wants you to feel her pain in the Netflix documentary 'Five Foot Two'

“Do I look pathetic?” Lady Gaga asks, covering her face with her hands to hide her tears. She is lying on a couch in her apartment, only a towel covering her body. A physical therapist places an ice pack on her cheek and massages her head.

‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ producer seeks $1.378 million for cozy Los Feliz cottage


Television writer-producer Bruce McCoy has listed his longtime home in the desirable Oaks section of Los Feliz for sale at $1.378 million.

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Dsquared2 to launch capsule collection against online bullying

Dsquared2 founders and creative directors Dean and Dan Caten will launch a capsule collection in partnership with the cyber antibullying movement “Be Cool Be Nice.” A portion of the profits from the sale of the graphic lineup of apparel…

L.A. city attorney targets hard-partying homes in Hollywood Hills


It’s a common occurrence in the affluent Hollywood Hills: Homeowners and property managers rent out their homes to short-term guests who throw raucous events flowing with booze, loud music and hundreds of attendees.


Katy Perry sparkles in 30,000 Swarovski crystals on Witness: The Tour

Witness: The Tour is off to a shimmery start — and we’d expect no less from Katy Perry. The pop star kicked off her concert series at Montreal’s Bell Centre Tuesday night, where she wore a dress adorned with thousands of Swarovski crystals.

Tommy Hilfiger and Gigi Hadid storm London Fashion Week with their rock 'n' roll-inspired collection

If London Fashion Week were a music festival, Tommy Hilfiger would be its headliner. On Tuesday night, Hilfiger brought the British leg of fashion month to a close with a star-studded — both on and off the catwalk — rock ’n’ roll-inspired…

Demons, on the feet and in the soul, in Matthew Bourne's 'The Red Shoes'

The beloved 1948 film “The Red Shoes” wasn’t the first or last to portray ballet dancing as a fatal obsession, but it remains the most indelible. Celebrated choreographer and director Matthew Bourne has adapted that movie into a full…


Lillian Ross, celebrated New Yorker writer, dead at 99

Lillian Ross, a celebrated New Yorker magazine writer who created classics of literary journalism, including novel-length pieces on Ernest Hemingway and the making of a Hollywood movie, has died. She was 99.


Today in Entertainment: Sen. Bill Cassidy fires back at Jimmy Kimmel; 'Sabrina the Teenage Witch' headed to the CW


Coming on the heels of her Tuesday acknowledgement that she suffers from fibromyalgia, Lady Gaga took to Twitter to announce she has been hospitalized for severe pain and is unable to play her scheduled show at Rock in Rio on Friday.…

KB Home CEO Jeffrey Mezger hurls slurs at Kathy Griffin

KB Home Chief Executive Jeffrey Mezger went on a profanity-laden rant against his neighbor Kathy Griffin last weekend, hurling slurs at the comedian in reaction to a noise complaint.


Hank Green, YouTube star and brother of John Green, will publish his first novel

Hank Green, co-star of the Vlogbrothers YouTube channel with his brother, John, author of the bestselling book “The Fault in Our Stars,” will release his debut novel next fall.

Hillary Clinton's book has sold more than 300,000 copies

Hillary Clinton’s “What Happened” had a big debut.


The worst thing about Darren Aronofsky's 'mother!' is that we've demanded he explain himself

It's garish, messy and confoundingly demented. But the worst thing about "mother!" the polarizing, audacious psychological horror flick from Darren Aronofsky provoking thought and bile galore across the country, is that we've demanded…

Angelina Jolie follows her passion with 'First They Killed My Father'

On an early September afternoon, Angelina Jolie sat in a sunlit room in a scenic mountainside hotel, clearly feeling relieved.


Bob Dylan 'Bootleg Series Vol. 13' to highlight his 1979-81 'Christian period'

Bob Dylan’s so-called Christian period in the late '70s and early ’80s is the focal point for the next installment in the ongoing “Bootleg Series” of archival releases, with the deluxe box set featuring eight CDs and one DVD that bring to…

More than a million migrants in Europe stuck in limbo, still waiting for final decisions on their asylum applications

Of the 2.2 million people who fled their countries and sought refuge in Europe during 2015 and 2016, about half were still awaiting final decisions on their asylum applications at the end of December, according to a study by the Pew…


More than a museum: The Rolling Stones' 'Exhibitionism' display opens in Las Vegas


The Rolling Stones “want people to go away talking about” “Exhibitionism” — the band’s new Las Vegas retrospective. The Stones will be on tour in Europe this fall, but fans can get their fix at the interactive exploration set to open…

'Kingsman: The Golden Circle' and 'Lego Ninjago' will battle 'It' for box office victory

"It" may relinquish the No. 1 box office spot to "Kingsman: The Golden Circle" or "The Lego Ninjago Movie" this weekend

Celebrity offers 'Moveable Feast' culinary cruises with popular PBS show's chefs


Celebrity Cruises is offering “Moveable Feast” culinary cruises with chef-driven itineraries on upcoming sailings. The line is teaming up with the popular PBS series to offer special culinary nights in its dining rooms, hands-on cooking…


2017 Emmy Awards red carpet: A sea of silver, a splash of the mermaid-tail hem and a 'Stranger Things' home run

Silver seemed to be the precious metal of choice for those seeking Emmy gold at the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday night. Among the most head-turning takes on the metallic trend were Sarah Paulson’s fresh-off-the-New-York-Fashion…