Lisa Marie Presley Has Been ‘Untruthful’ About Her Finances, Court Papers Say

Getty Images Lisa Marie Presley is running a deficit in the truthfulness department, according to court papers filed by her ex-husband, Michael Lockwood. The papers, filed February 21 in Los Angeles Superior Court, come amid a dispute between Presley and Lockwood about how much Presley should shell out for Lockwood’s legal costs. Lockwood is seeking … Read more

Olympian Gus Kenworthy Calls South Korean Dog-Meat Farm ‘Saddest Place I’ve Ever Been’

Getty U.S. freestyle skier Gus Kenworthy denounced a South Korean dog-meat farm as “inhumane” after visiting one while attending the 2018 Winter Olympics. Kenworthy (above left, with Shaun White), his boyfriend Matthew Wilkas and an Associated Press news crew visited the farm in Siheung, South Korea, on Friday. “It’s one of the saddest places I’ve ever been,” … Read more

Martin Sheen: JFK (Unlike Trump) Would Have ‘Confronted Those Bastards’ at NRA Over Gun Crisis

Getty Martin Sheen knows a thing or two about presidents — and we’re not just talking about his time spent running NBC’s “The West Wing.” The actor portrayed John F. Kennedy in the 1983 miniseries “Kennedy” and is actually a close friend of America’s First Family. So when TheWrap spoke with the narrator and executive … Read more

‘Queer Eye’ Fab Five Give Netflix IT Department a Facelift: ‘We Love Nerds’ (Video)

Did you already finish binging the first season of “Queer Eye” and are suffering from some serious Fab Five withdrawal? No worries, Netflix has got you covered with a mini episode that should quench your thirst for at least a few hours. (We know, the struggle is going to be real until there is a … Read more

‘Hello, Dolly!’ Broadway Review: All Bettes Are Off as Bernadette Peters Takes Center Stage

Photo: Julieta Cervantes Don’t pity Bernadette Peters for taking over for the force of nature known as Bette Midler in the title role of the Tony-winning hit musical revival “Hello, Dolly!” The Broadway veteran is, as the Act 2 song goes, back where she belongs and bringing a distinctly Broadway energy to this warhorse of … Read more

‘Hamilton’ Star Cast as Judas in NBC’s ‘Jesus Christ Superstar Live’

NBC NBC’s “Jesus Christ Superstar Live” production has found its Judas. “Hamilton” star and two-time Tony nominee Brandon Victor Dixon will play Jesus’ betrayer in the Easter Sunday live musical, the network said on Thursday. Dixon portrayed Aaron Burr in Lin-Manuel Miranda’s star-making play. Dixon joins John Legend as Jesus, Sara Bareilles as Mary Magdalene, Alice … Read more

Ratings: ‘Amazing Race’ Audience Rises in Season Finale as NBC’s Olympics Slide

Getty OK, so Wednesday’s “Amazing Race” season finale wasn’t exactly amazing, but it did manage to grow its overall audience 4 percent from last week’s penultimate episode. NBC was first in ratings with a 3.3 rating/13 share in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic and in total viewers with an average of 14 million, according to preliminary … Read more

Florida Shooting Conspiracy Video Tops YouTube, Video Giant Says It ‘Should Never Have Appeared’

YouTube has issued a mea culpa, saying a video that accused a survivor of the deadly Florida school shooting last week was a paid actor should “never have appeared” at the top of its Trending videos section. The video was pulled on Wednesday morning after grabbing a few hundred thousand views. “This video should never … Read more

‘Arrested Development’ Star David Cross: I ‘Stand Behind’ Jeffrey Tambor Despite Misconduct Accusations

David Cross wants to keep Jeffrey Tambor in the Bluth family, and he’s pretty sure he’s not the only member of the “Arrested Development” cast who feels that way. “I can’t speak for everybody, but I know there are a number of us who stand behind him — from the limited amount we know, we … Read more

‘Kings’ Theater Review: Mrs. Smith Goes to Washington and Confronts Big, Bad Lobbyists

Mrs. Smith goes to Washington in Sarah Burgess’ new play, “Kings,” which opened Tuesday at the Public Theater. Rep. Sydney Millsap (Elsa Davis, “House of Cards”) is as high-minded as James Stewart’s senator but much tougher. The joke of Frank Capra’s 1939 classic movie is that, while Stewart’s character meant well, he’s essentially incompetent, and … Read more