Randy Jackson leaving 'American Idol' Jackson out. Randy Jackson, the lone original "American Idol" judge, says he won't be returning to the Fox talent competition. "To put all of the speculation to the rest, after 12 years of judging on `American Idol,' I have decided to leave after this season," Jackson said in a statement Thursday. More
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'Game of Thrones' additions rouse Comic-Con fans SAN DIEGO (AP) — Diana Rigg was crowned a queen at Comic-Con — and she wasn't even there. The 73-year-old actress and several others were revealed Friday as joining the cast of HBO's "Game of Thrones" for the fantasy series' upcoming third season. 07/14/2012 - 11:36 am | View Link
‘Game of Thrones’ additions rouse Comic-Con fans Diana Rigg was crowned a queen at Comic-Con – and she wasn’t even there. The 73-year-old actress and several others were revealed Friday as joining the cast of HBO’s “Game of Thrones” for the fantasy series’ upcoming third season. The former ... 07/14/2012 - 5:45 am | View Link
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At last night's Academy Awards, "La La Land" was announced as the Best Picture winner instead of the actual winner, "Moonlight," leading to a few minutes of confusion as the mistake was sorted out.
While it's a notable Oscar gaffe, it's not the only one.
Yes, the Great Mistake of Oscars 2017 made history in all the wrong kinds of ways. But a day later, advocacy groups and others overjoyed by the Cinderella win of "Moonlight" were saying, let's forget the snafu and move on — because "Moonlight" made history in all the right kinds of ways.
The coming-of-age story of a gay black youth in a poor Miami neighborhood was made on the tiniest of budgets — $1.5 million, said director Barry Jenkins backstage.
Actress Patricia Arquette says she was upset the Oscars left her transgender sister out of the "In Memoriam" tribute.
Arquette told ABC News she thought the Academy Awards "would have a little bit more respect" for the transgender community.