Disney Studios and Lucasfilms spinoff Solo: A Star Wars Story is expected to underperform at the box office during the Memorial Day weekend. According to Hollywoodreporter.com, 'Solo' is tracking for a $130 million to $150 million opening at the box office.
Monthly Archives: May 2018
Morgan Freeman is in the crosshairs of the feminist movement to rid Hollywood of sexually aggressive leading men. The 80-year-old actor released a statement apologizing for having his way with 8 women.
Millionaire investor and TV mogul Tyra Banks is unloading 2 Pacific Palisades properties for $4.25 million and $9.25 million, Variety.com reports exclusively.
Dua Lip is the latest singer to turn alternative streams of revenue now that the music industry is virtually dead. Dua is bringing her personal style to the masses with a collection she co-created with hot new brand /Nyden, which is owned by H&M.
A Portland, Oregon con artist has figured out a way to draw attention to himself while lining his pockets with "reparations" donations from guilt-ridden white donors.
Blue Ivy Carter told off her grandmother Tina Lawson for taking video inside an opulent theater in Paris, France. Beyonce's mom took the singer's six-year-old daughter to a theater in Paris on Wednesday night, and secretly took a video to show her Instagram followers what the inside of the theater looked like, while waiting for the seats to fill up.
A reality TV star stands accused of faking her pregnancy to guarantee her spot in the cast of the upcoming season of a popular reality TV show. Sandrarose.com did not write the following Blind Item. Please direct questions or gripes to the original source.
A federal judge has ruled that President Donald Trump can no longer block people on Twitter.com. U.S. District Judge Naomi Reice Buchwald ruled Wednesday that Twitter is a "public platform" for the people to dialogue -- and disagree -- with the president.
Popular R&B boy band 3T stopped by Pure People HQ for an interview in Levallois Perret, near Paris. Afterwards, the group stopped to greet fans and sign autographs outside the studio.
NFL players are now required to stand and "show respect for the flag" per a new policy adopted by the NFL on Wednesday. The new policy was enacted after TV ratings and ticket sales plunged when multiple NFL players refused to stand during the National Anthem last season.