Ellen Page took on homophobia and sexual harassment in Hollywood in a lengthy, scathing Facebook post on Friday. In her tell-all post, the actress accused "X-Men: The Last Stand" director Brett Ratner of "outing" her on set and numerous acts of misconduct while working together on the 2006 film, shot when she was 18. She also expressed regret over working with Woody Allen and detailed another account of harassment from a director she met with when she was just sixteen years old.
"Don't allow this behavior to be normalized. Don't compare wrongs or criminal acts by their degrees of severity. Don't allow yourselves to be numb to the voices of victims coming forward," she wrote in her passionate plea. "Don't stop demanding our civil rights. I am grateful to anyone and everyone who speaks out against abuse and trauma they have suffered. You are breaking the silence. You are revolution."
Lucy Hale jumps into Elliot Knight‘s arms while filming new scenes for Life Sentence in Vancouver, Canada on Wednesday (November 8). The two actors were seen just outside a cemetery when they got some really good news for their characters, Stella and Wes.
Earlier this week, fans also got some good news — there’s a set release date!
Lucy shared the fun news on her Twitter, writing that she knows the date, but isn’t allowed to share it just yet.
“Cannot wait to share with you when I get the go ahead,” she adds.
Alyson Stoner often releases dance videos to popular songs on her channel, but this week she decided to shake things up with special guests and a hilarious mock movie.
In a new Youtube video entitled “If Life Were a Dance Movie,” the dancer and singer reunites with some former Step Up co-stars and other famous dancers to joke about the formulaic nature of dance movies.
“They meet. They fall in love and know the same dance. Conflict. Unnecessary dance battle. The villain returns. The final battle. Inconsequential victory.”
Watch the full video below.
One Tuesday a month, Ashley Tisdale blesses our Youtube feeds with a new Music Sessions, featuring anyone from her husband Christopher French to her many celebrity friends.
This week, she decided to duet with Echosmith‘s Sydney Sierota on the band’s iconic hit “Cool Kids.”
“I actually was not a cool kid so I wanted to be like the cool kids,” Ashley shared. “We all went through that, that desire to fit. It’s really cool to see that we’re not alone,” Sydney agrees.
Taylor Swift has another new song and you can listen to it right now!
The 27-year-old singer just dropped “Call it What You Want” from her upcoming studio album Reputation.
This is the fourth song from the album to be released following “Look What You Made Me Do,” “Ready for It,” and “Gorgeous.” You can download them all now on iTunes.
Nick Jonas is possibly the coolest jungle explorer ever in the brand new trailer for Jumanji.
In the upcoming movie, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, the tables are turned as four teenagers in detention are sucked into the world of Jumanji.
When they discover an old video game console with a game they’ve never heard of, they are immediately thrust into the game’s jungle setting, into the bodies of their avatars, played by Dwayne Johnson, Jack Black, Kevin Hart, and Karen Gillan.
Bella Thorne is the star of Logan Paul‘s hilarious music video for his new song “Outta My Hair!”
In the vid, Bella and Logan meet outside of a club but it seems like they have different things on their minds.
While Logan tries to take Bella home to get romantic, Bella just wants to find out what kind of hair product Logan uses! Bella tries to wash and blow dry Logan‘s hair and things get a little crazy when she turns into a zombie! The video also stars Lauren Elizabeth and Hailee Bobailee.
Miley Cyrus snagged her final member on her team last night on The Voice, and made “her-story” in the process. In bringing country singer Megan Rose onto team Miley, the “Malibu” singer created the first-ever all-female team on the show. “So, I have to tell you, like Blake said, I am on the verge of making her-story on The Voice,” she tells Megan.
Crystal Reed strikes a pose backstage at Build Series in New York City on Wednesday morning (October 18). The Gotham star opened up about what the Teen Wolf fandom has meant to her, after starring on the show for three seasons.
“I’m in complete awe of my fans, because they are so loyal and kind,” she shared, before really questioning what it was about Teen Wolf that made it so popular throughout the years.
Emily Osment, like many celebrities, has responded to the controversial Netflix series 13 Reasons Why — and she has a lot to say.
“I watched a few episode of ’13 Reasons Why’ this week and it reminded my of my own journey shooting Cyberbully in Montreal at nineteen,” she shared on Twitter.
“It was a grueling and emotional six weeks that will never leave me as long as I live. I went to work every day and sunk myself into a sorrow hole because I felt it was the only way to truly depict depression. I had to live it, and pulling myself out at the end was incredibly challenging, but ultimately a supremely rewarding experience.”