The former costars seemingly buried the hatchet after years of drama.
Things are going to look a little different this year.
The actress opens up to HelloGiggles about nepotism claims, 'The King of Staten Island', and what's in store for 'Euphoria' Season 2.
The queen of the holiday season is upping the ante this year.
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“When you show these peoples’ stories, they’re no longer concepts, and you learn that they’re actually individuals," Porowski tells HelloGiggles.
The star of Netflix's new movie 'All Together Now' tells HelloGiggles what changes she hopes to see happen in the industry.
Gabrielle Union Says Isis in ‘Bring It On’ Was Originally Written as a “Bad Stereotype”— So She Made Some Changes
"[Isis] doesn’t need to speak in made-up, Blaxploitation dialogue," Union said.
Brigette Lundy-Paine and Samara Weaving on the Exciting "Genderlessness" of Their 'Bill & Ted' Characters
"I was really taken with... the lack of insistence on their defining themselves in terms of sexuality."
From fresh seasons of old favorites to brand-new content, here's what coming to your favorite streaming services.
Let the Cheer star mat-talk you into making the best of a bad situation.
Netflix Is Testing a Shuffle Button for People Who Spend More Time Choosing The Movie Than Watching It
Bye-bye, streaming indecision.
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From Simone Biles's Vogue cover to Katie Ledecky's TikTok challenge.
A Quiet Place's Millicent Simmonds Designed Transparent Masks That Restore Visual Communication
"Deaf people really rely on expression and facial cues, and a lot of hard of hearing individuals rely on lip reading."
The actress talks to HelloGiggles about teenage insecurity, 'Lizzie McGuire,' and her new plant-based campaigns.
Alison Brie is Finally Creating Roles for Herself—and Wants to Do the Same for People of Color
'The Rental' actress tells HelloGiggles about her new movie, owning up to mistakes, and using her Hollywood power for good.
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"People with platforms have to understand that we can’t afford to not be activists."
This time, the coming-of-age dramedy will take place in 1960s Alabama.
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The 'Trolls' actress talks changing her new book and being a new mom.
Miranda said his play was "fair game" for critique and called the backlash "valid."
Here's what they plan to do about it.