Marcus Jones

Marcus is a Digital News Writer. He enjoys when Rihanna makes music, and is open to watching any film or TV show where someone has a drink thrown at them.

The star of Netflix's latest reality series dishes to EW about how he met his rich friends, the castmate he "hated," and the most extravagant thing that didn't make the show.
The singer describes her new Spanish language single co-produced by Tainy as "the beginning of something I've wanted to explore for so long."
The Grammy-winner had a request for making Billie Eilish: The World's a Little Blurry: "I want it to be like The Office."
Honesty seems to be in the air at Newport Beach as Shannon, Braunwyn, and Elizabeth own up to some of their irksome actions.
“Different people come up to me and they let me know what my music means to them,” says the Grammy nominee. “And so with Chilombo, I just really took that into consideration.”
"If you feel that there is no path for you, whatever your situation, I promise you there is a path,” says the Oscar winner in a new YouTube video.
“One of the tragedies of 'Ma Rainey's Black Bottom' is that these two people have very different tactics, but they're very similar,” says director George C. Wolfe of Davis and Boseman's characters in the Netflix film.
For EW's Around the Table, Oscar-winner King gets into a rich, fascinating conversation with the cast of her feature directorial debut.
Timbaland and Swizz Beatz return with season 2 of their Instagram Live programming featuring higher production values, and bigger battles that squash even the rawest of rap beefs.
The singer confirmed she has a film capturing her Sweetener World Tour that's coming to Netflix on Dec. 21, and dropped an emotional trailer for it.
When COVID hits the OC, Shannon reconnects with Braunwyn, and faces betrayal from her quarantine bubble.
The actress was a mainstay in Black entertainment, with roles in 'Family Matters,' 'Set It Off,' 'Eve,' and more.
Through serving some tough love to Zendaya as Rue, the actors says his character "Ali became the therapist that America has always needed."
The HBO drama returns with "Part 1: Rue," the first of two special episodes.
Old and new songs to get you in the seasonal spirit.