Near the end of “Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2,” Kevin James’ titular security guard dangles precariously from a zip line strung between Encore and Wynn Las Vegas.
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Sofia Vergara’s ex-fiancé is suing the actress for custody of two female embryos the former couple created in 2012.
Wikileaks on Thursday published a searchable database of every Sony email and document that was stolen by hackers last year.
“Sex and the City” star Sarah Jessica Parker is returning to HBO for another New York romantic comedy.
Ryan Gosling is in negotiations to star in the “Blade Runner” sequel alongside Harrison Ford, it was announced on Thursday.
The highly anticipated trailer for “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” briefly leaked online on Thursday.
Country music star Tim McGraw has found himself in the middle of the nation’s ongoing debate over gun control after agreeing to perform at a benefit concert for the Sandy Hook Promise foundation.
David Hasselhoff sings the theme song in “Kung Fury,” a Swedish film parodying martial arts and police movies of the 1980s.
The Neon Museum’s first artist-in-residence project, presented in partnership with UNLV’s Barrick Museum, “citizen speak” gives parents and kids a chance to share in the creativity this weekend, thanks to artist David Sanchez Burr.
Long before he was a Broadway legend, Ben Vereen was a 20-year-old chorus dancer in Bob Fosse’s “Sweet Charity,” at Caesars Palace.
Even if the parts are better than the whole, Broadway-level craftsmanship shines through in “Duck Commander Musical,” the new show at the Rio based on the “Duck Dynasty” family. It lives up to its pledge not to make fun of its subjects, but it’s open season on how and why the Robertsons are famous.
Despite taking place at Wynn Las Vegas, filming at Wynn Las Vegas and receiving $4.2 million in tax credits from the state for doing so, no one involved with “Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2” would talk about the movie for this column.
Fans of Lykke Li were very disappointed Tuesday night when they arrived at The Cosmoplitan’s Boulevard pool, and the stupid wind was so insane, the show was canceled.
Disney and Lucasfilm have released the latest trailer for the highly anticipated “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” at its Star Wars celebration event in Anaheim, Calif.
I had a feeling I was going to like Tiabi Coffee & Waffle Bar from the moment I stepped through the door and caught a whiff of the place.
Lucky Foo’s Restaurant & Bar is the kind of place that could be insufferably hip. That would kill it in the suburbs, and it appears the owners are smarter than that. What they’ve created is a fun, fusiony restaurant with an edge, without the annoying hipster elements.
What Y2K-esque name should we give to the upcoming Floyd Mayweather/Manny Pacquiao fight?
On this week’s “Doug Elfman Show,” third-generation Hollywood publicist Todd Margoluis describes the sensation of seeing Sharon Stone in a towel, having Jack Nicholson huff at him, and other not-safe-for-work stories.
At least 200 former Riviera employees have signed up to throw one last hurrah in the hotel, according to Lisa LaMarca, wife of a longtime worker.
More than 40 years after making its theatrical debut, Mel Brooks’ comical film “Young Frankenstein” returns to the stage with a musical twist at Shadow Ridge High School.
Wine and Champagne lovers get a treat this week. UNLVino starts today when acclaimed chef Daniel Boulud receives a “Champagne award” during Bubble-Licious.
After Michelle MacLaren dropped out of the “Wonder Woman” movie as director, sources tell Variety that Patty Jenkins has been tapped to take over the job.
Pictures of Marilyn Monroe by fashion and celebrity photographer Milton H. Greene will go on display in the Polish city of Wroclaw this summer as part of a rare collection of prints of the U.S. actress.
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