Maureen Lee Lenker

Maureen is a pop culture junky and a hopeless romantic. She is the EW romance columnist for the books section, as well as a TV, Movies, and Theatre reporter. Follow her for all things classic Hollywood, romantic, and musical theater/history related.

It will mark John Mulaney's fourth time hosting and his second time in 2020 alone
Original cast members Steve Martin, Diane Keaton, Kimberly Williams-Paisley, Kieran Culkin, and Martin Short reunited virtually
"Jessie's Girl 2," which imagines what would happen if Springfield actually got the girl… and she turned out to be a psychopath
The band will release their first live album this fall, featuring performances from their hundreds of shows around the world
The Chicks have some mic-drop worthy disses on their new album
EW reunited the Juilliard Drama School alumni with founding faculty member Moni Yakim, who is the subject of the new documentary, Creating a Character: The Moni Yakim Legacy.
The Dixie Chicks have a new July drop date for their Gaslighter album after delaying its release due to coronavirus
Dolly Parton's new song "When Life Is Good Again" speaks directly to our current moment and stay-at-home measures in place due to coronavirus
Classic New Jersey natives like Bruce Springsteen and Jon Bon Jovi performed as part of a special 'Jersey 4 Jersey' coronavirus benefit concert
The author died Oct. 27 from complications for treatment for stage 4 lung cancer, but her family had been too devastated to announce the news earlier
This weekend’s other big opening The Goldfinch is the opposite of a success story
“I was in a court-ordered rehab facility and it was part of sussing out my past," Shia LaBeouf says of writing the autobiographical Honey Boy
Ford v Ferrari made its international premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, and it hits theaters Nov. 15
The superhero film is now the second-highest grossing film domestically at $771 million, falling behind Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ $937 million and surpassing Avatar’s $761 million
The Marvel film won its second straight weekend at the box office
Sex and the City was one of those shows that they burned through every actor in the first couple seasons,” Justin Theroux told PeopleTV
Held June 13-16 in Manchester, Tenn. (60 miles outside Nashville), Bonnaroo is bringing a wide range of music to the 18th annual festival at Great Stage Park
Over the last several years, many have called the song “date-rapey” in reference to the lyrics
Twenty-five years after its original seven-season run, the series is poised to return with a sequel on ABC
Game of Thrones has wrapped filming for its final season, but you wouldn’t know it from the looks of Kit Harington, the man who plays Jon Snow.
Michael Jackson's Final Curtain Call airs June 25 at 9 p.m. ET on A&E
Ariana Grande is no longer a dangerous woman — at least, not on her social media channels