Entertainment

Emmy winner Jay Roach directs a behind-the-scenes look at Fox News' sexual misconduct scandal.
Rapper Kanye West confirmed on Saturday night that he has converted to Christianity.
Martin Scorsese won't be seeing or directing a Marvel Cinematic Universe movie anytime soon.
Following Shepard Smith’s departure from Fox News after 23 years, the network has to figure out who will ...
Todd Phillips' DC Comics origin story has the last laugh on a Columbus Day weekend that is off more than 20% from 2018.
Downey revives one of literature’s most enduring characters in director Stephen Gaghan's reimagining of the classic tale.
Van Halen guitarist Eddie Van Halen has been flying from the United States to Germany to receive throat ...
"Parasite" joins another subtitled fall box office hit, Pedro Almodovar's "Pain and Glory," which is expanding well.
New York Times dance critic Gia Kourlas calls Phoenix "a great dancer."
Joshua Ravetch pays tribute to the late actor, with whom he collaborated onstage in 2017.
For over a decade, ABC’s “Happy Days” brought joy and laughter to its viewers. The sitcom, which aired ...
In 1997, Tarantino brought Forster an Oscar nomination and a revived career.
Visionary graphic artist Philip Gips, the designer behind many of your favorite posters, died earlier this month on October 3 at the age of 88.
Filmmaker Toolkit Podcast Ep 93: How fear destroyed Coppola’s original artistic vision.
Bob Weinstein is back, without his brother, and now he's a seller. And the entertainment world has changed a lot in his absence.
78-year-old Robert Forster died this past Friday in Los Angeles after a brief battle with brain cancer.
Chalamet currently leads the William Shakespeare adaptation "The King," now in theaters and coming to Netflix November 1.
Apple TV+ beat Netflix in this round of the streaming wars, but Amazon Studios is this week's real winner thanks to hard-won experience.
Actor Michael Douglas spoke about his wife, Catherine Zeta-Jones, and his father, Kirk Douglas, He said that recently, he ...