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People are roasting Kevin Hart for his 'pointless' and 'basic' speech at the annual Roc Nation brunch


'Jumanji: The Next Level' opens with a powerful $60 million, while 'Richard Jewell' marks an almost decade low earning for Clint Eastwood


'Jumanji: The Next Level' is a silly sequel that may be wacky enough to hold its own against 'Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker' at the box office



From David Dobrik to The Rock, these are teens' favourite people to follow on YouTube, Instagram, and Twitter


Kevin Hart suffered a 'major back injury' after his 1970s muscle car rolled down an embankment in the Malibu hills


Kevin Hart explains why he ditched movie theatres for his stand-up specials and chose Netflix instead



Inside Kevin Hart's 10-year journey to make his production company into a Hollywood hit maker


These are the 25 celebrities most addicted to social media, from the Kardashians to Snoop Dogg


Super Bowl LIII brought out a ton of celebrities — here are the biggest stars we saw


Kevin Hart's new movie 'The Upside' exceeded expectations and dethroned 'Aquaman' from top of the box office


Kevin Hart says he's definitely not going to host the Oscars this year


The 50 most followed Instagram accounts in 2018



Netflix has given a huge boost to the highest-paid comedians of 2018


The 10 highest-paid comedians of 2018 are all men, proving the industry still has a problem


Jerry Seinfeld weighed in on Kevin Hart's Oscar host controversy and doesn't seem to understand why people were so upset


Anyone who uses Twitter should regularly delete their old tweets — here's how to do it



Kevin Hart is still upset about his awkward rejection from the Eagles' celebration at the Super Bowl


Robert Irwin's appearance on Jimmy Fallon's show just reminded us how much we miss his Crocodile Hunter dad


Dwyane Wade had a vintage performance in the Heat's win over the 76ers -- and it was fuelled by an epic round of trash talking with Kevin Hart


How 'Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle' went from a punchline to one of Sony's biggest box-office hits ever