Much like the outcry when it came to the casting of Nicole Kidman over Debra Messing as Lucille Ball earlier this year, Twitter has spoken up on the matter of casting when it comes to Hollywood icons yet again.
Netflix held a special screening in celebration of the release of "Emily in Paris Season 2" in LA last night. Stars Lily Collins and Ashley Park were in attendance at the beautiful pink roses and pastel-colored soiree.
Netflix's "Emily in Paris" is that show you either unabashedly love or love to hate. Created by Darren Star, who is best known for creating shows like "Beverly Hills, 90210" and "Sex and the City," "Emily in Paris" follows Lily Collins' titular Emily, who unexpectedly gets the opportunity to work abroad in the City of Lights after the person who's supposed to go learns that she's pregnant. The series follows Emily as she adjusts to life in Paris, meets cute Parisian boys, and struggles to navigate Savoir, the French marketing firm that's her new workplace.
Lily Collins is back as Emily in Netflix's "Emily in Paris" season two trailer! Dropped this morning, the trailer has Emily contending with the mistakes she made at the end of season one, as she juggles love triangles, work troubles, and living abroad in the City of Lights.
Lily Collins is over the moon after being engaged to her boyfriend, Charlie McDowell. But there might be some problems moving forward with the wedding, as her dad is currently facing a legal battle against his ex, Orianne Cevey.
Zac Efron just shared the first image of himself as serial killer Ted Bundy. The actor is playing the role of the notorious criminal in the true-life crime thriller 'Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile.'