Kanye West Settled $2.5 Million 'New Slaves' Suit Ahead of Deposition
After Kanye West was named in a $2.5 million dollar-plus copyright infringement in connection with his 2013 song, “New Slaves” in May, the rapper and Hungarian composer Gabor Presser have managed to resolve the lawsuit. According to Presser’s lawsuit, which was filed in the Southern District Court of New York, a federal court in Manhattan, on Friday, the rapper “knowingly and…Continue
The black snow was piled high outside Five Leaves, the trendy restaurant that sits at the Williamsburg-Greenpoint border in Brooklyn, as a young, well-appointed brunch crowd sat in their sunglasses and oversized coats at outside tables, despite the 40-degree temperature. The hour-and-a-half wait didn’t deter the crowd from gathering on a crisp March morning, in puffer jackets, Vans Old Skools, and cropped pants, heads in their phones and eager to shell out…Continue
Penelope Cruz is joining the cadre of stars heading to television.
The Oscar winner is set to topline FX's Ryan Murphy anthology Versace: American Crime Story, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
Versace — which will come after the franchise's second season, Katrina — will explore the July 1997 assassination of legendary designer Gianni Versace (Edgar Ramirez). His killer, Andrew Cunanan (Darren Criss), committed suicide eight days later as…Continue
How Hollywood's top stylist got Sarah Paulson out of sweats
If Sarah Paulson didn't have a stylist, she would only wear sweatpants.
The silvery Marc Jacobs sheath she wore to the Golden Globes and the dazzling emerald dress she donned at the Emmys were picked out by a professional.
"My green Prada dress that I wore to the Emmys was so heavy that at one point I thought I was going to throw my neck out," Paulson said. "But it did not matter to…Continue