This family is moving forward. Beyonce, Jay Z and Solange Knowles released a statement Thursday, May 15, stating that they have patched things up since their elevator fight at a Met Gala afterparty. "Jay and Solange each assume their share of responsibility for what has occurred. They both acknowledge their role in this private matter that has played out in the public, the statement continued. "They both have apologized to each other and we have moved forward as a united family." Their statement comes days after TMZ posted surveillance video of Solange yelling at, and kicking her brother-in-law in a Standard Hotel elevator during a Met Gala afterparty. (The employee who leaked the footage, was fired.) "The reports of Solange being intoxicated or displaying erratic behavior throughout that evening are simply false," the statement read. "At the end of the day families have problems and we're no different. We love each other and above all we are family. We've put this behind us and hope everyone else will do the same."
In a new interview for sbe's The Collection blog, Jamie Foxx dished that he'd want Leonardo DiCaprio to play him in a movie. (The two starred together in 2012's Django Unchained.) When asked what advice he would give his younger self, the 46-year-old actor gave yet another amusing answer. "I would tell myself to never doubt my talents, stay even more humble, and never trust a big butt and a smile," he quipped.
Apparently, Rihanna doesn't believe that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. In fact, the singer has openly mocked a 16-year-old fan who recently wore a homemade recreation of one of Rihanna's red-carpet looks to her prom. Alexis Carter got a family friend to construct a garment resembling the dark green, batwinged jumpsuit Rihanna wore to the 2010 Echo Awards. While Carter's outfit received props from fellow prom-goers, Twitter users later mocked her with the hashtag "#PromBat." Rihanna also ganged up on Carter, comparing her DIY garment to the Wu-Tang Clan's symbol and posting a sad-face icon next to a photo of Carter.
Directed by Gareth Edwards, Godzilla stars Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Elizabeth Olsen and Bryan Cranston in a powerful, action-packed story of human courage when the awe-inspiring monster rises to restore balance and humanity stands defenseless.
Based on a true story, Disney's Million Dollar Arm follows once-successful sports agent JB Bernstein, played by Jon Hamm, who now finds himself edged out by bigger, slicker competitors. Along with his business partner Aash, Bernstein decides to head to India in hopes of finding the next baseball pitching sensation. But as his pitching prospects learn the finer points of American culture and baseball, they also teach the agent the true meaning of team work and relationships.
TV GUIDE FOR THE WEEKEND
FRIDAY, MAY 16 Shark Tank on ABC (Reusable storage box; reinvented cookware; an iPad app that measures foot sizes; a solution to tying water balloons; follow-ups on past entrepreneurs)
Barbara Walters: Her Story on ABC (Celebrating the acclaimed journalist's life and career)
Kitchen Nightmares on Fox (Ramsay goes to Pennsylvania to help the owners of Bella Luna, an Italian restaurant, to salvage their dream)
Real Time With Bill Maher on HBO (Pediatric endocrinologist Dr. Robert Lustig; actor Kevin Nealon; political scientist Ian Bremmer; political strategist Kellyanne Conway; former Gov. Brian Schweitzer (D-Mont.)
WWE Friday Night SmackDown! on SyFy (Fourteen-time World Champion John Cena answers the creep Bray Wyatt for Payback)
David Letterman: Lea Michele, Andy Kindler, Chromeo
Jimmy Fallon: Drew Barrymore, Giovanni Ribisi, Elbow
Jimmy Kimmel: Adam Carolla, Royal Blood
Craig Ferguson: Sophia Bush, Jackie Collins
Tavis Smiley: Mel Brooks
Arsenio Hall: Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Jermaine Dupri
SATURDAY, MAY 17 Sex Sent Me to the E.R. on TLC (A clumsy couple loses something while playing in the bedroom; uncontrollable passion and ice cream; a hot time on the Fourth of July)
Saturday Night Live on NBC (Host Andy Samberg; St. Vincent performs)
SUNDAY, MAY 18 2014 Billboard Music Awards on ABC (Festivities at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas recognize artists for the fan support they've garnered; Jennifer Lopez receives the Icon Award; performances include those of Lorde, Ricky Martin, Miley Cyrus, Imagine Dragons and John Legend)
The Simpsons on Fox (Bart feel guilty when Nelson helps him win a race, besting Milhouse; when the July 4th fireworks are canceled due to budget constraints, Homer tries to help)
Family Guy on Fox (Angry Stewie goes back in time to break up Peter and Lois but ends up in a British household)
Mad Men on AMC (Peggy collects research for a pitch; Pete receives an invitation to an exclusive club; Joan is eager to spend time with her friend)
Game of Thrones on HBO (Tyrion gains an unlikely ally; Daario asks Dany to allow him to do what he does best; Jon's warnings about the vulnerability of the Wall are ignored; Brienne follows a new lead)