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Christy Piña

Associate Editor

Christy Piña writes and edits breaking entertainment news while running the news desk and creating original content for She came to the publication as an intern for the 2020 awards season before returning full-time in March 2021 as the Social Media Coordinator, where she won a National Arts and Journalism award for Best Journalistic Use of Social Media. She now serves as an Associate Editor with an interest in TV coverage.

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Gail O’Neill, Fashion Model and Journalist, Dies at 61

Gail O’Neill, the fashion model who worked with brands like Michael Kors and Ralph Lauren, and also served as a TV correspondent for CBS, CNN and HGTV, has died. She was 61. The model was believed to be in her Atlanta home when she died on Oct. 10, her former Click Model agent Stephanie Grill […]

Writers Call Out WGA for Not Speaking Out in Support of Israel Following Hamas Attacks

A group of writers penned an open letter calling out the Writers Guild of America for remaining silent following the Israel-Hamas War, despite SAG-AFTRA and the Directors Guild of America putting out statements denouncing the Hamas terrorist attacks. The writers — including Eli Roth, Jenji Kohan, Jerry Seinfeld, Amy Sherman-Palladino and many more — pointed […]

Suzanne Somers, Star of ‘Three’s Company’ and ‘She’s the Sheriff,’ Dies at 76

Suzanne Somers, the Emmy nominee and star of hit shows like Three’s Company and Step by Step, died Sunday. She was 76. Somers died peacefully of breast cancer at her home in Palm Springs, her longtime publicist, R. Couri Hay, announced. “She survived an aggressive form of breast cancer for over 23 years. Suzanne was […]

Penélope Cruz, Michael Mann on Working With Adam Driver and How ‘Ferrari’ Is Not a Racing Movie

Adam Driver, Penélope Cruz, Shailene Woodley, Michael Mann and more of the cast and crew of Ferrari vroomed their way onto the red carpet on Friday for the closing night of the 61st annual New York Film Festival. The film brings to the big screen a few difficult months of Enzo Ferrari’s (Driver) life, as […]

Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds Donate $1M to Support Children in Israel and Gaza (Exclusive)

Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds are donating to yet another cause. The couple donated $1 million to the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) on Friday “to help children in Israel and Gaza,” a source close to the pair told The Hollywood Reporter. They have four children and are adamant about sending financial aid […]

Michael Caine Announces He Is Officially Retiring From Acting

Sir Michael Caine has confirmed he is officially retiring from acting. The Oscar-winning actor made an appearance on BBC Radio 4’s Today talk show to discuss his upcoming and now-final film, The Great Escaper. The Warner Bros. movie is based on the true story of World War II veteran Bernard (Bernie) Johnson, who, in the […]

Jennifer Garner, Adam Sandler, Yara Shahidi Express Sympathy for Innocent Victims in Israel-Hamas War: “People Are Not Their Government”

Jennifer Garner, Adam Sandler, Yara Shahidi and more celebrities shared heartfelt messages for innocent victims of the Israel-Hamas war amid increased violence taking place along the Gaza border since Saturday’s terrorist attack in Israel. The messages poured in as media reports noted that a former leader of Hamas called on supporters of the Palestinian terrorist […]

John Mulaney Says Recovery From Drug Use Helped Him See He Is a Happy Person at His Core

John Mulaney stopped by The Late Show With Stephen Colbert for the first time since his second visit to rehab for drug use, following a 12-person intervention by the likes of Seth Meyers, Fred Armisen and Nick Kroll. The comedian has been candid about his time in rehab while making the rounds on different late […]

Natalie Portman, Jerry Seinfeld, Gal Gadot Respond to Hamas’ Attack on Israel: “My Heart Is Aching”

Celebrities like Natalie Portman, Jerry and Jessica Seinfeld, Jamie Lee Curtis, Gal Gadot, Amy Schumer, Chelsea Handler and more are taking to social media to share their sympathies for Israel after the Palestinian terrorist group Hamas launched deadly land and air strikes on the country early Saturday morning. The Israel-Hamas war, which has claimed more […]

Shawn Levy Talks Starring in ‘All Too Well: The Short Film,’ Says Taylor Swift Is a “Good Role Model”

Shawn Levy recently opened up about his experience starring in Taylor Swift’s All Too Well: The Short Film. The director played Swift’s father in the 14-minute music video for her hit song, “All Too Well (10 Minute Version).” He starred opposite Sadie Sink, who portrayed Swift, and Dylan O’Brien, as a boyfriend she dated when […]

Carey Mulligan on How ‘Maestro’ Isn’t a Biopic and Bradley Cooper’s Request They Bare Their Souls to Each Other

Maestro may be considered by most a biopic of Leonard Bernstein‘s life, but star Carey Mulligan disagrees. “It’s not,” she told Vogue in her November cover story. “It’s a movie about a marriage — a very complicated marriage.” The Netflix film tells the story of Leonard (Bradley Cooper) and Felicia Montealegre’s (Mulligan) love story over […]

Martin Scorsese Says “Perfect Storm” Barbenheimer Came at the Right Time for Cinema

Martin Scorsese is part of the majority of people who think Barbenheimer was a “wonderful” thing. During an interview with the Hindustan Times, the Oscar-winning director explained that the combination of the drastically different movies and the summer box office sensation they caused was truly “something special.” “It seemed to be, I hate that word, […]