Amanda Peterson, best known for her role in the romantic comedy “Can’t Buy Me Love” opposite Patrick Dempsey in 1987, died Sunday in Greeley, Colo. She was 43, and her father told TMZ that sleep apnea and other medical problems may have contributed to her death.
It’s his birthday today, but Kevin Hart has announced plans to gift Las Vegas with his presence once again this fall — oh, and he’s bringing Drake.
A paddock in the English countryside — more used to stampeding cows than people — opened its gates Sunday to royal well-wishers hoping to catch a glimpse of the country’s newest princess. Charlotte, fourth in line to the UK throne, was christened in the church at St. Mary Magdalene in Sandringham, Norfolk.
Dustin Hoffman thinks the golden age of film is long gone. The legendary actor says the movie industry is in its worst state ever, while television is enjoying a boom.
After a successful, sold-out, nine-show run this past spring at the Venetian Theatre, Diana Ross is making her way back to Las Vegas for nine more dates later this year in November.
Fans of Lemony Snicket’s “A Series of Unfortunate Events” can’t wait for Netflix’s original series based on the best-selling book franchise — and someone has even gone through the trouble of splicing together a bogus teaser trailer for the forthcoming show.
The Grateful Dead gave what they say will be their last group performance on Sunday, playing to some 70,000 singing, dancing and tearful fans in Chicago’s Soldier Field.
The Foo Fighters had to cancel a European tour last month after lead singer Dave Grohl broke his leg, but they were back in fine form on July Fourth.
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.
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