Attorney Michael Avenatti said his office has been “quietly” investigating allegations made against embattled singer R. Kelly and has turned over “significant new evidence conclusively establishing Mr. Kelly’s illegal sexual assault of young girls.” Avenatti confirmed Thursday that his office gave a VHS videotape to Cook County State’s Attorney KimRead More →

The saying goes that if something isn’t broken, why try to fix it? It could be applied to the romantic comedy and Hollywood’s regular attempts at remaking this stalwart of cinema, particularly when Valentine’s Day rolls around each year. February 14 is an excuse for websites, this one sometimes included,Read More →

In his first television interview since he was allegedly attacked in downtown Chicago, Jussie Smollett had a pointed message to those doubting what he says happened to him.  “It’s like, you know, at first it’s a thing of like – listen, if I tell the truth, then that’s it, ’causeRead More →

Mexican actor Jorge Antonio Guerrero, who played Fermín in Alfonso Cuarón’s Oscar-nominated “Roma,” will finally be able to join the film’s cast and crew at the award ceremony of a lifetime. Guerrero had applied three times for a visa to enter the United States and was denied each time. ButRead More →

Convicted sex offender and former comedian Bill Cosby said his attempts to showcase equality on television led to his 3-to-10-year prison sentence and fall from grace as “America’s Dad.” In his first message from prison, the 81-year-old, who was declared a sexually violent predator by a Pennsylvania judge, told NBC10’sRead More →