Barry Keoghan Took a Sabrina Carpenter Fancam at Coachella
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by Jennifer Zhan
31m ago
Photo: Tommaso Boddi/Getty Images for CELSIUS Energy He’s a good man, Savannah Sabrina. On Friday, Sabrina Carpenter took the stage for her debut performance at Coachella. During her set, Barry Keoghan offered some more evidence that his house is where her other sock is. (The Eras Tour opener and the Saltburn actor have been romantically linked since December of last year, and were spotted kissing this February.) Some have speculated that this is a PR relationship, but even if that’s true, Keoghan seems to be playing his part well. While Carpenter performed “bet u wanna” on stage, he flexed hi ..read more
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Drake Dismissed from Astroworld Tragedy Lawsuit
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by Jennifer Zhan
3h ago
Photo: Prince Williams/WireImage A Texas judge has dismissed Drake from litigation over the Astroworld tragedy. Per The Houston Chronicle, the rapper was dropped on Friday from a large class-action lawsuit filed in the wake of the 2021 Astroworld Festival. Drake made a guest appearance during Travis Scott’s headlining set at the Houston event, where a crowd crush left 10 dead and hundreds injured. Per a court filing obtained by USA Today, a Harris County District Court granted Drake’s request for a summary judgment and dismissed “all claims asserted against defendant (Drake) by all plaintiffs ..read more
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Mary & George Recap: King James is a Bottom
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by Alice Burton
7h ago
Photo: Starz Tens! Tens across the board for this show! Admittedly, a lot happened in this episode without advancing the plot very much, but I assume that is because we are moving pieces into play. We have a brothel intrigue, two murders (I’m counting the dog), two attempted murders, two gay sex scenes (HURRAY), and a fantastic slaying-by-words from Lady Hatton. Also, King James is a bottom, which I would say makes sense, but I have literally never cared about James before and, therefore, know very little about him. He was really into witches? And there is the King James Bible ..read more
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Eleanor Coppola, Filmmaker and Hollywood Matriarch, Dead at 87
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by Jennifer Zhan
7h ago
Photo: Stephane Cardinale - Corbis/Corbis via Getty Images Eleanor Coppola, the documentarian, writer, and matriarch who won an Emmy for the making-of doc Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker’s Apocalypse, has died while surrounded by family at home in Rutherford, California. She was 87. Coppola’s family confirmed the news to the Associated Press. No cause of death was provided. According to her family, she had recently completed her third memoir. In the manuscript, she reflected, “I appreciate how my unexpected life has stretched and pulled me in so many extraordinary ways and taken me in a multit ..read more
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Coachella Billboards, Ranked by Attention-Seeking Success
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by Tirhakah Love
8h ago
Photo: @icespicee_ via X Industry economic woes be damned — Coachella is back, baby! Which also means a long stretch of highway littered with cheeky billboard messages from featured artists. Now, granted, I have never attended the showerless desert event, but I’m a sucker for nostalgia and the conservation of physical, uhhh, advertising, and, of course, I’m a true-blue hater of all things corny. And I-10 east is full of all three on the way into the festival beginning April 12 and continuing next weekend. For two weeks, the most important billboards in music are hanging out on the side of the ..read more
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Vampires Can Catch Vampire Weekend on the Coachella Livestream
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by Alejandra Gularte,Jennifer Zhan
11h ago
Photo: Tim Mosenfelder/WireImage To Coachella’s disappointment, tickets aren’t selling like they used to. And who could blame them? You can stream pretty much the entire festival from the comfort of your home. No more running across festival grounds to try to catch two acts booked at the same time. You can spend your weekend with Vampire Weekend without stepping foot in the sun. You don’t need to sleep outside after a long day of sweating to enjoy headliners like soda enthusiast Lana Del Rey, fan critic Doja Cat, and Jerrod Carmichael muse Tyler, the Creator. Dare I say, you can even be stinky ..read more
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The Year’s Most Scathing Diss Track Is About Architecture
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by Hershal Pandya
11h ago
Rap’s hottest beef right now isn’t Kendrick Lamar dissing Drake and J. Cole on “Like That,” or J. Cole dissing Kendrick on his song “7 Minute Drill” (before immediately apologizing), or City Girls’s JT throwing shots at her fellow group member Yung Miami (or not, depending on which one of the two you ask). It’s a feud between a Detroit rapper named Gmac Cash and his city’s newest architectural landmark. Some context: Last week, the city of Detroit installed a budget-looking sign on I-94 that spells out its name in mint-green lettering reminiscent of chewing-gum packaging. The local react ..read more
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Manhunt Recap: End of the Line
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by Keith Phipps
11h ago
Photo: Apple TV+ This episode opens with a dream, but whose? While it’s not hard to imagine Booth haunting Stanton’s dreams, the look on Stanton’s face is a bit of a giveaway. He appears as an almost demonic figure of vengeance, the sort that you don’t want pursuing you whether you killed the president or not. And, indeed, this is Booth’s mind we’re seeing, shortly before he wakes to a situation almost as desperate as he’s imagined. Yes, he’s found shelter at the Garrett farm, but it’s not going to last. It’s not proper for a man to stay in the house with a single woman, Farmer Garrett’s comel ..read more
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Every Kirsten Dunst Role, Ranked
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by Matthew Jacobs
12h ago
Photo-Illustration: Vulture; Photos by Columbia Pictures, Universal Pictures, Magnolia Pictures, Showtime and Warner Bros. This article was originally published on December 1, 2021. It has been updated to include Civil War. Has any child star of the last 40 years fared better than Kirsten Dunst? The movies that first won her acclaim (Interview With the Vampire, Little Women) segued perfectly into the teen vehicles that made Dunst one of the most beloved celebrities of her generation (The Virgin Suicides, Bring It On), which in turn provided a pathway to the varied modes she has embraced as an ..read more
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Sugar Recap: Who Are You, John Sugar?
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by Andy Andersen
12h ago
Photo: Apple TV+ Nobody likes a “You haven’t been to [blank]?! Oh, you gotta go” interaction at a dinner party. But it doesn’t seem to bother Henry Thorpe (Jason Butler Harner) when his friend and colleague John Sugar comes in with a warm, enthusiastic “You gotta go to Shibuya Crossing.” “Henry, you would love it,” Sugar says (the twinkle in Colin Farrell’s eye and the warmth in his tempered rasp remind one, for the thousandth time in this 33-minute episode, what an absolute dynamite role this is for our reigning Teddy Bear–Irish Rogue icon). “The busiest intersection on th ..read more
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