Christie D’Zurilla covers breaking entertainment news. A graduate of USC, she joined the Los Angeles Times in 2003 as a copy editor and has more than 25 years of journalism experience in Southern California. As befits her beat, she has a high tolerance for inappropriate behavior.
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Daily Harvest said Thursday that it is conducting a ‘root cause investigation’ in conjunction with the FDA. But some customers feel left in the dark.
As writer-director Paul Haggis is ordered to stay under house arrest in Italy, where he’s accused of sexual assault, here’s a look at how he got here.
Has Amber Heard already said too much about her defamation fight with Johnny Depp? With her full NBC News interview coming tonight, experts weigh in.
Spurred by the shooting tragedy in his hometown of Uvalde, Texas, Matthew McConaughey reveals he lobbied on Capitol Hill to urge centrist gun reform.
Ezra Miller is one of their generation’s most in-demand actors. But recently their behavior has turned erratic — and dark accusations have been made.
Rebel Wilson introduced girlfriend Ramona Agruma via Instagram during Pride Month, marking the photo of the two of them with the hashtag #loveislove.
Tampons are apparently in short supply across the United States. And when the supply chain fails, it looks like it’s time to blame comedian Amy Schumer.
Johnny Depp has an album coming out with Jeff Beck. Featured on the record are two Depp originals, including “This Is a Song for Ms. Hedy Lamarr,” released today.
Johnny Depp’s attorneys Benjamin Chew and Camille Vasquez hit the morning shows Wednesday, a day after she made partner at their law firm.