It’s not such a great day, America — not for fans of Craig Ferguson. Ferguson, television’s kinetic Scottish cutup, on Friday brings to a close his decade-long run as host of CBS’ “The Late Late Show.”
In an interview with ABC News on Wednesday, President Obama called the cyber-attack on Sony “very serious” but suggested that the administration has yet to establish the hacker threat to moviegoers over “The Interview” as credible.
This new self-parking car is autonomous, like Arnold Schwarzenegger in “The Terminator,” minus guns and life-threatening one-liners.
The pilot, which will be shot in early 2015, will be set on the West Coast, though it has not been confirmed where the new series will be filmed, as TV Line first reported. The series that is a monster hit for AMC is currently filmed in Atlanta.
“7th Heaven” star Stephen Collins has admitted to molesting three underage girls decades ago.
Former Beatles drummer Ringo Starr, the late rocker Lou Reed, punk group Green Day and singer Bill Withers are among the 2015 inductees named on Tuesday to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Forbes reports Hakkasan Group is close to taking over Light Group in a deal valued at more than $40 million in cash and debt — which would put Hakkasan in control of most major nightclubs in Las Vegas.
The cast of “Parks and Recreation” bid an emotional farewell to the set of NBC’s hit comedy on Dec. 12 with tweets and lots of pictures.
Angelina Jolie delivered a special message to fans in a video posted to YouTube: She’s got chickenpox.
A women’s college in Atlanta has suspended a visiting professor program named for comedian Bill Cosby and his wife amid allegations from more than a dozen women that the entertainer drugged and sexually assaulted them.
An early screenplay for the upcoming James Bond film “Spectre” is the latest high-profile material to be stolen in the massive hack attack against Sony Pictures Entertainment, according to Bond producers EON Productions.
“Exodus: Gods and Kings,” an action-filled epic starring Christian Bale as Biblical leader Moses, marched to the top of U.S. and Canadian movie charts, collecting $24.5 million in ticket sales over the weekend.
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