The Disney-Pixar animated pic pulled in $12.5 million on Friday, bringing its cumulative haul to $228 million Stateside in its third week of competition.
I love this moment, because I haven’t told you yet whether it’s a real rah-rah-America video, or a satirical video of rah-rah-America bands. So you don’t quite know which political wind to catch, yet, do you?
George Takei likely went where no critic of a Supreme Court justice has gone before. But days after the “Star Trek” actor called Justice Clarence Thomas a “clown in blackface” following his dissent in last week’s landmark same-sex marriage ruling, Takei said on Friday that his words “were not carefully considered.”
Is a selfie empowering? Or objectifying? According to the undisputed queen of selfies, Kim Kardashian, it can be both.
“Ugly Betty” actress America Ferrera is thanking Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump for his controversial comments on Latino immigrants.
Conan O’Brien joined the hordes of women seizing the release of “Magic Mike XXL” as an opportunity for a ladies’ night out.
The legendary Grateful Dead is celebrating its 50th anniversary this Fourth of July weekend with three concerts at Chicago’s Soldier Field, the same place the band played its last show 20 years ago, shortly before Jerry Garcia died.
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.
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.
Take a look behind the craziness of filming the sexy sequel with Channing Tatum and the rest of the Kings of Tampa.
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