Lifetime to Premiere Angela Bassett, Toni Braxton Movies for Black History Month 18 weeks ago
Lifetime will celebrate Black History Month with the world premiere of three original movies starring the likes of Angela Bassett, Mary J....
By Tim Kenneally
By the time Debbie Gibson and Sebastian Bach are standing shoulder to shoulder belting out Starship’s “We Built This City” without a smidge of irony, one begins to wonder it “Rock of Ages” even gets its own joke
"Be Without You" chanteuse Mary J. Blige tackles "Any Way You Want It" for star-studded musical "Rock of Ages"
It's admirable that Monica wants to act her age (31) and eschew hip-hop for R&B. But just one up-tempo club banger wouldn't have killed this collection of droopy ballads
A handful of big names will be competing for the Best Song Oscar, but watch out for those little felt figures
Wanda Jackson, Florence Welch and singer's former backup band to perform deceased "Rehab" belter's songs
Kelly Clarkson, Mary J. Blige and Maroon 5 will also play at the Nov. 20 ceremony
Part 3 in a series -- Lady Gaga's key advisors ferociously safeguard her brand. A look at the players
Exclusive: The "Rock of Ages" director talks about his leading man's vocal chops and the latest addition to the cast, Paul Giamatti
The 20-year-old was best solo singer nominee in the 2008 Latin MTV Awards
Actress would join the actor in Adam Shankman's adaptation of the Broadway musical for New Line
Executive Steve Stoute blasts the music recording academy for snubbing culturally relevant artists, even as they invite them to perform
The Oscar-nominated "30 Rock" star may play Dennis Dupree in Adam Shankman's musical
Cynthia Mort will write and direct the $10 million film, which co-stars David Oyelowo as the singer's assistant
Event celebrates Mary J. Blige
U2 and Paul McCartney are listed, but Mary J. Blige's "Precious" song is disqualified
Now awards campaigns comprise mostly trade ads and guild screenings featuring Q&As with the filmmakers.
Too many of the show's biggest performers had scheduling conflicts.
Akon, Sister Sledge, Natalie Cole, Angela Bassett also set for Sept. 26 Vienna show.
So many A-list celebrities are in town for the presidential inauguration of Barack Obama that the Washington Post predicted red-carpet gridlock.
The actor tells TheWrap: "You can’t shy away from a moment when it’s there”