Good luck trying to spin this, Kris.
AND the song Beautiful Day isn't even a Tyga track -- so she's a cheater now, too!
Ch-ch-check out Kylie and Lil Yachty's Beautiful Day (below)!!!
[Image via Kylie Jenner/Instagram.]
You don't have to go to Florida anymore!
The Wizarding World of Harry Potter is days away from opening its California location, and we are THRILLED.
And it appears so are the celebs who attended the grand opening of the theme park in Universal City on Tuesday.
Vanessa was also totally Coachella-ready with her crop top, maxi skirt, and wavy hair. OF COURSE.
Meanwhile, Mindy kept it chic in black leather skinnies with a matching blazer and sensible suede shoes to make it easy to run from one attraction to the next.
Sure, maybe Harry Potter World in Florida is still the bigger one with more stuff, but whatever, shut up, focus on the positive.
Park opens to the public April 7!!!
[Image via AP Images.]
Even if you write one of the most successful book series of the past century, it can still be hard getting your work published!
That's what J.K. Rowling proved when she was pitching new books under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith over the past few years.
The Harry Potter author previously revealed she wrote under the fake name because she wanted her future work to be unbiased and let it "stand or fall on its own merits."
And apparently, there was a lot more falling than standing, because Rowling shared with her fans a few of the rejection letters she got from publishers who weren't fans of Galbraith's work!
On Friday, the 50-year-old addressed a fan who had been rejected by a publisher, empathizing on Twitter:
It may not be the box office it deserved, but it's the one it needed!
This weekend continues the string of comic book flicks this year as Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice opens Friday.
Quite often with major blockbusters, studios have several preview screenings the night before and BvS had a MASSIVE Thursday night!
If that number doesn't impress you, then you might be interested to know that
Hermione always comes prepared!
The actress turned activist recently sat down with Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda to discuss (and freestyle about) her #HeForShe campaign.
But before they got to business, Miranda asked the 25-year-old if she could appease fans and sort the cast of his hit historical musical into the four Hogwarts Houses!
And even though the Broadway star tried to make it seem like this was a spontaneous bit, Watson whipped out a pen and paper with extensive notes — admitting that she had already done her homework!
Emma provided excellent reasoning as she sorted sisters Angelica and Eliza Schuyler and Aaron Burr.
But after she sorted Alexander Hamilton into Gryffindor, Miranda revealed that Daniel Radcliffe picked a different house for the title character!
Ch-ch-check out the video (below) to see the actress act become the next sorting hat!
When J.K. Rowling announced the release of four new Harry Potter universe stories titled The History of Magic in North America, we thought wizards, witches, and muggles around the world would be thrilled.
Well since the first of the stories was released on the author's interactive website Pottermore yesterday, there are some fans who haven't been too pleased with the work.
Dr. Adrienne Keene who runs the site Native Appropriations – a "forum for discussing representations of Native peoples, including stereotypes, cultural appropriation, news, activism, and more" — was particularly upset.
She wrote an essay about her issues with the story, saying:
Emma Watson is looking to make a difference during her one year sabbatical from acting — and have a little fun too!
As we reported, Miz Watson recently revealed that she'd be taking some time off to focus on personal growth and feminism. LOVES it!
In fact, the brunette beauty has been an equal rights advocate for some time as she founded the gender equality organization HeForShe back in 2014.
We can never get too much Harry Potter!
While that's pretty exciting news, we've got an even BETTER announcement for fans of the HP books as a new series of four original stories titled The History of Magic in North America will debut on Pottermore — the author's interactive website — this week!
Not only that, but the stories will dive into previously unexplored areas of the Potterverse — in the United States!
The stories will give fans more background on Salem witch trials, the Native American legend of the skin-walkers, the Magical Congress of the United States of America, and of course the U.S. version of Hogwarts known as Ilvermorny.
We're guessing this info will help fans understand the world Newt Scamander (AKA Eddie Redmayne) will be entering when FBaWtFT hits theaters on November 18, 2016!
Ch-ch-check out the incredible trailer for the series of stories (below) and let us know if you're as excited as we are for some new adventures from Rowling!