arvel Comics today introduces fans to a brand-new Spider-Man -- who is half-black, half-Latino, and from Brooklyn. Spidey's new alter-ego, Miles Morales, will replace his Queens-native predecessor, Peter Parker, at comic-book stores everywhere. Parker was killed off this June in a battle with arch-rival Green Goblin.
A battle royal has broken out behind the scenes of Jay-Z and Kanye West's new album, "Watch the Throne." Sources say the rappers -- who call themselves The Throne and are releasing their expected blockbuster collaboration Aug. 8 on iTunes and four days later everywhere else -- are barely speaking to each other as they iron out the details of their upcoming tour.
Matt Cherette — Mariah Carey hasn't been seen much since giving birth to twins in April, so people were especially curious on Sunday night ahead of her appearance on HSN to hawk everything from her fragrances to her jewelry. And by God, she delivered.
NEW YORK - With three failed marriages between them, Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony finally seemed to find true love together when they married seven years ago. They had twin children, went on tour together, did a movie together and even planned a music-based reality show they were working on together.
Earlier this week, rumors broke that Tyrese was secretly dating Whitney Houston. The “National Enquirer” reported that Tyrese and Whitney met during the Grammys and Whitney asked him out on a date after that. As bizarre as that may sound, let’s not forget a few years ago when Whitney was allegedly dating Ray J. With that being said, this rumor doesn’t seem too far fetched- at least not to me anyway.
Actor Sam Jones III is heading to the slammer for his involvement in an oxycodone drug ring Sometimes, having a "Hollywood Connection" isn't always a good thing. Actor Sam Jones III, who starred in the TV show Smallville, found that out the hard way Wednesday when he was sentenced to one year in prison for conspiring to sell more than 10,000 doses of oxycodone, a painkiller known on the streets as "hillbilly heroin."
Snoop Dogg wants to launch rap's answer to "American Idol." The rapper has been pitching a TV series to discover the next hot hip-hop act. We hear that Oxygen, Bravo and NBC aren't biting but that E! and MTV have shown interest.