‘Top Gun: Maverick’ star Glen Powell almost wasn’t cast: ‘I took it very personally’
"Top Gun: Maverick" star Glen Powell shared that he was almost not cast for a role in the "Top Gun" sequel. The actor was hesitant to take a smaller role but will be seen playing Hangman in the new movie.
Comedian Andy Dick not charged in alleged sexual battery incident: Police
Andy Dick was arrested on suspicion of sexual battery in California May 11 after law enforcement authorities were called to the O’Neill Regional Park in Trabuco Canyon in Orange County. Prosecutors declined to charge the comedian after the alleged victim stopped cooperating.
Supreme Court lawyer on Aryan Khan case
Aryan Khan was given a clean chit by Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) yesterday and ETimes reached out to Khushbu Jain, practicing advocate before the Supreme Court of India to record her opinion and reaction to this development. Right off the bat, she questions the moral grounds of subjecting Aryan to judicial custody and public defamation. Khushbu says, "Aryan Khan given a clean chit in the much hyped drug case on the basis of 'have gone by the principle of evidence' makes us question whether such exposure, declaring the individual guilty, without even being proven guilty in court, violates his right?"
Lee Greenwood addresses pulling out of NRA performance in Houston: ‘It would just be in really bad taste’
Lee Greenwood said he thought "long and hard" about his decision to pull out of performing at the National Rifle Association (NRA) conference on Friday in Houston, Texas in the wake of the tragic shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde that left 19 children and two teachers dead.
Salman, SRK, Madhuri's EPIC pic from KJo's bash
Karan Johar celebrated his 50th birthday with a grand bash in presence of several Bollywood celebrities. The party was hosted at the Yash Raj Studios in Mumbai. Now, Madhuri Dixit who had attended the bash took to Instagram to share a picture with her husband Sriram Nene, Salman Khan, Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Khan.
Sci-Fi Fantasy writers convention boots author for 'racial slur'; target says he was not offended
In a bizarre episode of cancel culture, a Sci-Fi Fantasy conference booted Mercedes Lackey over her use of a "racial slur" to refer to a Black author, Samuel Delany, who said he was not offended by the term.