It’s never a good sign when Arnold Schwarzenegger’s T-800 cyborg has more charm and charisma than anyone else on the screen. Combined.
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A is for Adios. Actress Sonia Manzano announced this week at the American Library Association’s conference that she would be leaving her role of Maria on “Sesame Street,” a part she has played for 44 years.
Florida’s Second District Court of Appeal ruled Thursday that the trial centered around Gawker Media’s publication of a sex tape featuring Hogan will not begin on July 6 because of a legal technicality. The judge had not allowed sufficient time between the last motion filed and the start of the trial.
If you can’t find a fireworks show this Fourth of July weekend, you’re just not trying. It seems everyone is having one, from Boulder City and Pahrump to Caesars Palace and Mandalay Bay. And those are not the only festivities planned for Independence Day.
Bradley Cooper, Will Ferrell, Denis Leary, Jim Gaffigan and Caitlyn Jenner headline new series debuting this month.
The CW’s “Penn & Teller: Fool Us” is a bit of a reappearing act for the Rio headliners and “Sharknado 3” co-stars.
New images from the upcoming battle movie “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” were released by Entertainment Weekly and they just might make your nerd-heart skip a beat.
Prince, the mercurial artist best known for his ’80s-era hits, is removing his music catalog from “all streaming services,” according to Spotify in a notice that appeared Wednesday on Prince’s page on the service.
It’s nearly impossible for a band to stay together for even 10 years, but guitarist Tim Mahoney is in the position of telling us how 311 survived the music industry for 25 years.
Despite all the muscles on display in “Magic Mike XXL” and “Terminator Genisys,” neither of the sequels may be able to push their way past “Jurassic World” and “Inside Out” at the weekend box office.
Take a look behind the craziness of filming the sexy sequel with Channing Tatum and the rest of the Kings of Tampa.
American ballerina Misty Copeland, a cultural phenomenon outside the dance world, has been promoted to the highest rank of the American Ballet Theatre, becoming the first African-American female principal dancer in the company’s 75-year history.
Actor Tyler Perry’s Atlanta mansion is up for sale and it’ll only cost you $25 million. If you’re a fan of luxurious outdoor pools, tons of scenic greenery and a view that kills, the “Madea” star’s pad will fit you just fine.
Starz has released the first image of Bruce Campbell’s chainsaw-handed zombie slayer in the new TV series “Ash vs. Evil Dead.”
As beloved as Jobs is among Apple devotees, the first trailer for the biopic makes him out to be a world-class jackhole.
Reruns of “The Dukes of Hazzard” have been quietly pulled from TV Land’s daytime schedule at a moment of heightened sensitivity to Confederate flag imagery.
Thirty-five years ago Thursday, “Airplane!” premiered in theaters. It wasn’t the first manic, boisterous comedy, nor was it the first film to parody disaster movies. (Remember “The Big Bus”? Of course you don’t, even though the bowling alley was a nice touch.)
Paul Thomas Anderson is writing the screenplay for Warner Bros. and Team Downey’s “Pinocchio” live-action reimagining. Although Anderson has only been hired to pen a draft for the script, there’s a possibility that he could direct the movie as well. The director has written few movies without also helming the projects.
Katy Perry’s music has won her millions of fans around the world. But the pop megastar’s charms have yet to sway one key group: A handful of Catholic nuns in Los Angeles.
Lionsgate and Hasbro are teaming up on a Monopoly movie and have tapped Andrew Nicol (“The Truman Show”) to write the screenplay.
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