"Saturday Night Live" star Bill Hader will be leaving the U.S. late night sketch comedy show following its upcoming season finale, the comedian's publicist said on Tuesday.
Hader, an eight-year veteran of the NBC show, is best known for his impressions of smug game show hosts, actor Al Pacino and Stefon, a gay TV journalist known for recommending over-the-top night clubs on the show's... » more
‘Dungeonesse’ Dungeonesse 3 stars
They lurk everywhere, hidden in our Pandora lists and the sordid corners of our DVRs: guilty pleasures. It’s become a contrarian pastime to say that no joy, however juicy, should be considered unworthy and require no ironic preface. Clearly this is true for Dungeonesse, comprising pals Jon Ehrens and Jenn Wasner. A deconstruction of sorts of the sweet club... » more
You can see Pat Kiernan nearly every morning on NY1, where he’s been the morning news anchor since 1997.
Starting tonight, you’ll be able to see the 44-year-old newsman — loved for his “In The Papers” segment — on prime time as he begins his new gig as co-host of the reality competition show “Crowd Rules,” debuting tonight on CNBC.
In the show, three small businesses — the first episode... » more
The 2013 Cannes film festival opens Wednesday with Baz Luhrmann’s 3-D version of “The Great Gatsby,” a lavish throwback to the Roaring Twenties that befits the glamour and luxuriance of the world’s biggest cinema showcase.
The Australian director’s adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel starring Leonardo DiCaprio surprised some Hollywood insiders, because Cannes traditionally launches... » more
Like any fashionable actress, Lindsay Lohan likes to shop around — and she’s got her eye on a new rehab center, according to TMZ.
Lohan arrived at The Betty Ford Center on May 2, but now she wants to switch facilities because doctors have cut off her supply of Adderall.
But TMZ reports prosecutors aren’t heeding her complaints, saying that last week the facility was filling Lohan’s prescription... » more
For a brief moment in the late ’90s, Beth Hart seemed to be on the verge of big things.
She had a major label record deal, national TV appearances and a role as Janis Joplin in an Off-Broadway show.
Within a few years, all of it had disappeared due to her struggles with drug addiction and bipolar disorder.
More than a decade later, she may have another shot at a big break after... » more
Randy Jackson is ditching “American Idol” and the rest of the hosts are rumored to be out next year. (Those hosts being Nicki Minaj, Mariah Carey and, um, that country singer guy.) So what now?
With no reports yet on who might be sitting behind that table next year, here are our suggestions for new hosts that could save the show.
1. Kanye West What could be more dramatic than the thought... » more
Tony Stark's superpowers lifted blockbuster "Iron Man 3" back to the top of movie charts in the United States and Canada, beating out a strong debut over the weekend for lavish Jazz Age drama "The Great Gatsby."
Coming off a gigantic opening a week earlier, "Iron Man 3" commanded $72.5 million in ticket sales from Friday through Sunday in its second weekend. "Gatsby,"... » more
What do two Harvard Business School graduates and a fashion director have to do with each other? Jennifer Hyman and Jennifer Fleiss dreamed up the company, Rent the Runway, to make every woman feel like she has the closet of Cinderella or maybe even Carrie Bradshaw. The idea is that anyone can be one rental away from having it all.
After enlisting fashion insider Lucy Sykes Rellie as its fashion... » more
Motherhood changes everything.
Child-free women who never gave much thought to education funding become fiercely concerned with “innovation zones” and teacher-student ratios once baby arrives. A city once prized for its sparkling nightlife loses allure when the walls of a small apartment close in with a colicky little one at 2 a.m.
For Mother’s Day, we asked first-time moms — affluent... » more