Their movie hits theaters on October 5.
For those who are unaware, this is the third reboot of the film. The original was released in 1937 (a non-musical), then two subsequent adaptations came out in 1954 (starring Judy Garland) and 1976 (starring Barbra Streisand).
Like the '54 and '76 versions, this Lady Gaga breakout feature centers around two musicians—one with a career on the rise (Gaga) and another with a career on the decline (Cooper.)
Before you start streaming new fall TV series this season, we have one very deep question you need to ask yourself.
Would God even friend you on social media?
We know. That's pretty heavy.
CBS' new series God Friended Me is already streaming online, and has its network premiere on Sept. 30. (Which is a Sunday night. Duh.)
The series follows an Atheist podcaster, Miles Finer (Brandon Micheal Hall), who gets friended by God, or an account claiming to be God, on social media. Then he gets sent a new suggested "friend" each week by God, via social media, and helps that person through a challenge.
Is he being catfished or is this a higher calling? You have to watch to find out.
Romance is alive and well in Hollywood.
Some of these couples have had whirlwind engagements—largely played out in the public eye.
Let's see how well you have been paying attention to these high-profile love stories.
Remember Colton Underwood from Season 14 of The Bachelorette?
Big news, reality TV fans: He's your next Bachelor.
The former NFL football player has been tapped to find the love of his life on the upcoming season of the reality show—Season 23 of The Bachelor will premiere in January 2019.
*SPOILER ALERT* The moment we've been waiting for...— The Bachelor (@BachelorABC) September 4, 2018
Meet your new Bachelor! 🌹 pic.twitter.com/hLzXiOqDE3
Before the iconic reality series returns with fresh episodes... it's time to ask yourself: How would you even do on the show?
Would you get the final rose, or would you be the first person sent home in a limo?
Take the personality quiz below to see how you'd measure up.
It's all about young Hollywood right now.
Yara Shahidi from grown-ish threw herself a voter registration birthday party.
Millie Bobby Brown clapped back at haters with grace and class.
Lana Condor understands the internet's thirst for her co-star Noah Centineo.
With role models like this, it's impossible not to be obsessed with the young actors, actresses and singers who are totally taking over. Can we just be best friends with all of them already?
These celebs are the future of Hollywood, and they're slaying it on social media and in their careers. There's just so much to aspire to. Which brings us to the question: Which Young Hollywood Queen is most like you?
Fall is practically here!
What better time of year is there? School is back in session, and the weather's getting cooler.
This seems like as good a time as any to stay inside and binge-watch something on Netflix. Right?