NBC is bringing Neil Patrick Harris back to series television as host of a comedy-variety series.
The latest “Fast and Furious” movie has been retitled “Furious 7.” The new title for the film, previously known as “Fast and Furious 7,” was unveiled online Sunday by Universal Pictures.
A video of good Samaritans appearing to subdue a man on a violent homophobic and racist rant at the Dallas-Fort Worth Airport appeared Saturday, one of those good Samaritans possibly being actor Paul Rudd.
Wendy Williams didn’t go to the prom. That one fact explains why Williams will tell you the truth to your face even if it hurts your feelings.
TMZ says Kanye West turned down a deal in Vegas to do $500,000-per-show for nine shows, equaling $4.5 million.
Marvel Studios may have found its Doctor Strange. Benedict Cumberbatch is in final talks to play the doctor-turned-sorcerer-supreme in the newest superhero film from Marvel that Scott Derrickson will direct, sources tell Variety.
“The Last Ship,” a musical by Grammy-winning rock star Sting based on his childhood in a shipbuilding town in northeastern England, landed on Broadway with a star-studded opening.
ABC has broken up with its new relationship comedy, “Manhattan Love Story,” canceling the sitcom created by Jeff Lowell after four episodes.
Disney has released an extended featurette for “Into the Woods” that not only offers a new look at the iconic characters, but a sneak preview of the iconic music.
British musician Jack Bruce, best known as the bass player and vocalist of the power blues trio Cream, died Saturday at his home, his family and publicist said. He was 71.
It’s no Halloween trick: There’s more witchcraft and wizardry in store for “Harry Potter” fans, who can expect a new tale from author J.K. Rowling on Oct. 31.
Caesars Entertainment says pop star Britney Spears will get a key to the Las Vegas Strip and celebrate with her own dedicated day.