Catching you up on today’s entertainment headlines: Ryan Gosling is excited to "finally" play Ken in the "Barbie" movie, Daniel Kaluuya says "Nope" to returning for "Black Panther: Wakanda Forever," and Lizzo provides insight into her new song called "Coldplay," which samples the rock band's song "Yellow," which the star singer calls her "baby making music."
Ryan Gosling is adding to the hype surrounding the highly anticipated Barbie movie. In an interview with Variety, he said, "Finally, it's happening. This has been coming my whole life." Gosling's addition to the film was announced last year. Fans were treated to a preview of the famed Ken Doll as portrayed by Gosling in April after a series of photos from the film were released. Barbie is set to hit theaters in July 2023.
John Travolta, Lupita Nyong'o, Daniel Kaluuya, Mila Kunis, Naomi Scott and Wesley Snipes were added Friday to the list of celebrities who will serve as presenters at the upcoming 94th Oscars. They join previously announced presenters Anthony Hopkins, Kevin Costner, Zoe Kravitz, Lady Gaga, Rosie Perez, Chris Rock, Yuh-Jung Youn,...
“What’s a bad miracle? They got a name for that?” Horror maestro Jordan Peele is back with his latest mysterious horror offering, “Nope,” the director’s first film since 2019’s “Us.” This time, he’s lined up a new cast, including Steven Yeun and Keke Palmer, while reuniting with his “Get Out” Best Actor nominee Daniel Kaluuya. Universal Pictures dropped the first footage from the film before Sunday’s Super Bowl LVI. Watch the trailer below. While plot details remain scarce, we know that Universal Pictures (the studio behind “Get Out” and “Us”) will release the film July 22, and this first look at the...
Actor Daniel Kaluuya took shots at the British royal family in his opening monologue during his first appearance as a host on “Saturday Night Live” this weekend. The jab came shortly after the British-born actor — known for his roles in blockbusters like “Get Out,” “Judas and the Black Messiah” and the “Black Panther” — introduced himself to a cheering audience on late Saturday.