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See who won at the MTV Movie & TV Awards
The MTV Movie & TV Awards celebrated the best on-screen work of the past year on Monday night.

Dwayne Johnson's speech is proof he's a nice guy
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson took home the Icon Generation Award at the 2019 MTV Movie & TV Awards Monday night and offered some nice advice.

'Grand Hotel' checks out as summer TV for 'The Bachelor' crowd
Reality TV used to aspire to replicate the rhythms of scripted drama, albeit for considerably less money. Now dramas are being developed that seem to approximate the simple (or if you prefer, "guilty") pleasures of unscripted shows.

'GLOW' Season 3 trailer drops with the ladies in Las Vegas
Netflix has released the first trailer for Season 3 of "GLOW" and this season the gorgeous ladies will make their wrestling debut in Las Vegas.

'Big Little Lies' might be giving us the most GIF-able TV season of all time
I don't want to say that "Big Little Lies" was written for the sole purpose of being a GIF-t to the internet. But I'm also not saying it wasn't.

'You Need to Calm Down' may be Taylor Swift's most political move yet
Taylor Swift's "You Need To Calm Down" is a pop anthem for equality and understanding.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg went to see a Broadway show and kind of stole it
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was in the audience for Broadway's "What the Constitution Means to Me" on Saturday night.

Fashion icon and artist Gloria Vanderbilt dies at 95
Gloria Vanderbilt died Monday morning, according to her son, CNN's Anderson Cooper. The fashion designer and socialite was 95.

Steven Spielberg's 'West Side Story' remake shares its first cast photo
Spielberg released a first look at Ansel Elgort as Tony and Rachel Zegler as Maria.

Megadeth's Dave Mustaine says he has throat cancer
Vocalist and guitarist of the band Megadeth, Dave Mustaine, said in a Facebook post that he has been diagnosed with throat cancer.

Shania Twain announces new Las Vegas residency
Shania Twain is headed back to Sin City.

Cardi B performs in a bathrobe after suffering a wardrobe malfunction at Bonnaroo
Cardi B didn't let a little wardrobe malfunction stop her performance at Bonnaroo Arts and Music Festival on Sunday night.

Lena Headey says she wanted a 'better death' for Cersei
If you were left a little deflated by Cersei Lannister's anticlimactic "Game of Thrones" death, you aren't alone. Actress Lena Headey says she wished her character had gone out a different way too.

All the cameos in Taylor Swift's new video
Taylor Swift has released her new song, "You Need to Calm Down," and the video will feature a star-studded -- and eclectic -- collection of the singer's friends.

Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott share new pictures of Stormi
It was a happy Father's Day for Kylie Jenner, her partner Travis Scott and their daughter, Stormi. One of social media's most famous couples shared new photos of their one-year-old daughter, Stormi, in celebration of Father's Day, and millions of fans joined in the love.

Lauren London posts touching tribute on her first Father's Day without Nipsey Hussle
This will be Lauren London's first Father's Day without Nipsey Hussle, her boyfriend and the father of her child.

Tiffany Haddish postpones Atlanta show over Georgia's abortion law
Actress and comedian Tiffany Haddish postponed her June 22 show at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta because of Georgia's controversial abortion law.

Batman movies have long history of bringing out fans' batty side
"Batman" swooped into theaters on June 19, 1989, helping set the stage for more blockbuster superhero movies as well as more adult, ambitious takes on the comic-book fare that, this century, has become the dominant movie genre in box-office terms.

'Euphoria' and 'Trinkets' join crowded class of TV teens in trouble
There's no faster shortcut to "edginess" than pushing the envelope in depicting teenagers engaging in sex and drug use, usually in a way designed to give parents nightmares. Bringing something fresh to the formula is another matter -- especially when the class is so crowded -- for new series in separate wastelands: HBO's "Euphoria," starring Zendaya, and Netflix's "Trinkets."

'Toy Story 4' is just what you hope it will be
"Toy Story 4" delivers a cinematic grand slam, a nine-years-later sequel that's wholly equal to the high expectations raised by the terrific trio that it follows. Touching, raucously funny, adventurous and yes, even profound, Pixar's signature property once again touches them all.

Hear a subdued Ariana Grande on Social House's new song, 'Haunt You'
Not feeling the upbeat summer bangers that seem to be dominating the charts? Ariana Grande's got you.

Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston reunite in 'Murder Mystery'
"Murder Mystery" only half lives up to its title. Yes, there are several murders, but there's no mystery in why Netflix would enthusiastically reunite Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston -- last seen together in "Just Go With It" -- even in a comedy as generic as this one.

Jimmy Kimmel made Tom Hanks shoplift and spill Disney secrets
Tom Hanks set out to prove he's got a naughty streak on Thursday's "Jimmy Kimmel Live!"

Grown-up Danny is as well adjusted as you'd imagine in 'Shining' sequel trailer
If you thought your therapy bills were high, meet Danny Torrance.

All should aspire to have the confidence of Issa Rae accepting an award
Issa Rae knows what she deserves, and she was not shy about telling everyone that while accepting an award at Wednesday's Women in Film Annual Gala.

'Shaft' is back
A private eye who's "a sex machine to all the chicks," as the song went back in 1971, isn't exactly tailor-made to 2019. The new "Shaft" plays with that tension but yields mixed results, in an action comedy that's neither consistently funny nor especially exciting, despite Samuel L. Jackson's second stab at the part.

'Late Night' pulls back the curtain on late-night TV
Written, produced by and starring Mindy Kaling, "Late Night" is such an interesting premise as to make one wish it had been more ambitious about pulling back the curtain on a late-night TV show. As is, the movie stands out most for Emma Thompson's performance as an imperious talk-show host, who receives an unexpected jolt after making what she freely admits is a "diversity" hire.

'Men in Black' can't catch lightning despite 'Thor' duo
Receiving a power boost from the Marvel stable, "Men in Black: International" returns to the goofy universe where the wackiest tabloids contain the real news and aliens hide in plain sight. The movie conjures some of the goofy charms associated with the franchise, but sags in its midsection like "Endgame"-vintage Thor before nicely rallying at the finish.

Jon Stewart's latest viral moment recalls 'Crossfire' legacy
Having kept a relatively low profile since leaving "The Daily Show," Jon Stewart made headlines again this week, delivering an impassioned plea for 9/11 first responders during an emotional congressional hearing.

Leonardo DiCaprio spotlights urgency of climate crisis in new film
As you may have heard, celebrities have been using their clout to get out the message on climate change -- inviting the question, frequently, as to whether they're a hindrance or a help to that cause.