Notorious for criticizing the President lately, J.K. Rowling apologized for a series of tweets that falsely accused President Donald Trump of refusing to shake the hand of a child in a wheelchair during an event last week. She also apologized on Twitter to the boy and his family, but she did not apologized to Trump for her screw up.
Rob Lowe and his sons become ghost hunters with “The Lowe Files,” a goofy show for the A&E network. The show follows the trio as they explore the paranormal and other “unsolved mysteries” together.
“The Emoji Movie” almost joined the elusive Rotten Tomatoes 0% fresh club. The saving grace came when one critic gave the animated children’s film, which follows the lives of the bright emoticons living in smartphones, a somewhat nice review.
After two decades of waiting, “Game of Thrones” finally put two of the show’s favorite and important characters in the series in the same room when Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen came face to face. Some fans have been waiting since the release of George R.R. Martin’s book, “A Game of Thrones” published in 1996.
Justin Bieber hit a paparazzo with his truck while trying to drive away from an event in Beverly Hills Wednesday night. Bieber stayed at the scene during the investigation, the 57-year-old man was taken to a nearby hospital with minor injuries.