That's Not Amore: Everything That's Wrong With 'The Wedding Planner'
Jennifer Lopez inexplicably plays an Italian American in the 2001 rom-com that glorifies emotional cheating.
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How The Internet Killed the Meet-Cute
Meet cutes are some of the most iconic scenes in romantic comedies, but now feel like a rarity in real life.
Tupac Is Alive in New Mexico, New Film Claims
The rapper died in 1996 after being gunned down on the Las Vegas strip. One filmmaker disagrees.
The Bad Girls of 'Rock of Love' Have Gone Good
Heather Chadwell and Lacey Sculls became reality TV stars fighting for Bret Michaels' heart. In their new podcast, nothing is off limits.
If Noah Centineo Was the Internet’s Boyfriend, Jordan Fisher Is Its Husband
Fisher plays the sweet, sophisticated crush who might come between Lara Jean and Peter Kavinsky in Netflix's 'To All the Boys: P.S. I Love You.'
Eminem Finally Explained Why the Hell He Was at the Oscars
If you were wondering why Eminem performed at the Oscars 17 years after winning Best Original Score, you're not alone.
Brad Pitt Finally Got an Acting Oscar, Still Doesn't Have a Girlfriend
The three-time nominee finally got his gold statuette for his acting work, but as he reminds us, he's still painfully single.
Scarlett Johansson's Oscar Shutout Is Karmic Retribution
The actress lost twice at the 2020 Oscars.
'Coyote Ugly': Come For the Cowgirl Fashion, Leave For the Slut-Shaming Men
The biggest takeaways from the 2000 rom-com are dump your idiot boyfriend and dance on bars with your hot friends.
'The Bachelor' Producers Are Ready to Hook Up Senior Citizens
Bring them your nanas, your pop-pops, your card-carrying AARP members for a potential 'Bachelor' spinoff.
The 'American Dirt' Controversy Illustrates the Media's Thirst for Immigrant Trauma Porn
Jeanine Cummins snagged a movie deal and a spot in the coveted Oprah's Book Club based on a story she has no right to tell.
Hollywood Loves Portraying POC as Bad Cops, Study Finds
Color of Change, a social activism nonprofit group, found that depictions of criminal justice professionals may be doing more harm than good.