Emma Bunton insisted that the group is amused by the salacious headlines about "Scary Spice" Mel B and "Sporty Spice" Horner hooking up in the 1990s.
Millions of people attempted to purchase tickets for the Spice Girls’ long-awaited reunion tour, set to kick off later this month
The ladies appeared to be channeling the styles they were famous for during the band's heyday in the 90s.
Emma Bunton gushed over her 'gorgeous' fiancé Jade Jones as she marked 21 years since they first met on Instagram on Wednesday.
Disney’s Cruella might be adding another Emma to its cast: EW has learned that Emma Thompson is in talks to join Emma Stone in the upcoming film.
According to Variety, Emma Thompson is in talks to join Emma Stone in Disney’s live-action Cruella de Vil “origin story.” We don’t know who Thompson might be playing, as we don’t know many specifics about the plot, but the last thing we heard was that Cruella would be set in the ‘80s and would have a “punk vibe”—sort of like Joker, but with a woman who wants a coat made of puppies instead of a funny clown man. Stone is playing Cruella, with I, Tonya’s Craig Gillespie directing.
Spice Girls fans now have the opportunity to stay over in the original Spice Bus from the 1997 movie "Spice World" for a limited time in June.
Hot off hosting Saturday Night Live this past weekend, Late Night star Emma Thompson is in early talks to join Emma Stone in Disney’s live-action movie Cruella, which tells the origin story of 101 Dalmatians villain Cruella de Vil, Collider has confirmed. Craig Gillespie (I, Tonya) is directing from a script by Tony McNamara and Dana Fox. Marc Platt and Kristin Burr are producing along with Andrew Gunn, and Disney will release the movie on Dec. 23, 2020. Set in London in the high fashion world...
Emma Thompson will join Emma Stone in Disney's Cruella de Vil origin film, it was announced by Variety on Tuesday.
Hundreds of poor Christian girls have been trafficked to China in a market for brides that has swiftly grown in Pakistan since late last year
On May 13, Rolling Stone will launch the 'Rolling Stone Charts,' which will be updated daily rather than weekly.