Alec Baldwin Rejects Claim He Isn’t Complying With The ‘Rust’ Investigation – Deadline

Today actor Alec Baldwin commented on his Instagram page that he is complying with the police investigation involving the shooting that killed Halyna Hutchins and injured the director on the New Mexico set of the film Rust, despite not submitting his phone to the authorities. Hutchins was shot by a live round from a prop … Read more

Roy Wood Jr. Gives His Twisted Take On What Is And Isn’t A Christmas Movie

Roy Wood Jr. has some ideas about what is and isn’t a Christmas movie that might make you spit out your popcorn. (Watch the clip below.) In a video posted Friday by “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah,” correspondent Wood offered twisted takes on holiday classics — and on a few unexpected films, too. “Home … Read more

Sandra Bullock Admits She Isn’t As ‘Woke’ As She Thought Parenting 2 Black Kids

Sandra Bullock is aware that her children will not have the same life experiences as her. The “Unforgivable” star, 57 — who is the mother of two Black adopted children, Louis, 11, and Laila, 9 — got candid on an episode of “Red Table Talk” Wednesday about her experiences as a white woman raising two … Read more

Michael Gandolfini Isn’t Worried About Being Typecast in Mobster Roles (Exclusive)

“I just love my job. So whenever I get to do it, I’m happy to do it.” Michael Gandolfini is opening up about his growing acting career. While outside of LAX earlier this month, the 22-year-old actor — who is the son of late “Sopranos” star James Gandolfini — spoke about his starring in the … Read more

The Idol: Britney Spears isn’t joining The Weeknd’s HBO TV series but Troye Sivan is

Britney Spears had fans convinced she was set to appear in The Weeknd‘s new HBO TV series. The drama series is titled The Idol and Spears said in a cryptic Instagram post that she’d just finished filming a movie by the same name. Alongside the photo of a cat and a glass of wine, the … Read more

Paid family leave isn’t a new fight. Here’s a century’s worth of attempts to get something passed.

2002: California becomes the first state to offer paid family leave, covering up to eight weeks of payments. Payments are about 60 to 70 percent of weekly wages earned five to 18 months before the claim date. Leave is possible for those needing time related to serious illness, child bonding or a relative’s military deployment. … Read more