When Johnny Depp’s real-life character Whitey Bulger isn’t shooting his enemies point-blank or choking them with rope, he’s doling out advice to his 6-year-old son.
The extra-long finale Wednesday averaged 13.7 million and was the largest audience for the host since February 1994.
“This is a very outrageous city,” Carlos Santana’s wife, drummer Cindy Blackman, said, comparing the Strip to parts of Paris and “what Times Square used to be.”
Move over Rudolph and Frosty, here comes Bill Murray. Netflix announced on Friday that the comedic actor will star in “A Very Murray Christmas” on the service this upcoming December.
Reese Witherspoon is attached to star in Disney’s “Tink,” a live-action film based on the “Peter Pan” character Tinker Bell.
After a tabloid report alleged reality TV star Josh Duggar molested underage girls as a teenager, he released a statement to People Magazine to say he was “deeply sorry” for his “wrongdoing.”
In November, supermodel Janice Dickinson said in an interview that Bill Cosby sexually assaulted her in 1982 after the two had dinner in Lake Tahoe, Nevada. Now Dickinson is suing Cosby for defamation.
Ronda Rousey: “If I see a guy walking around in a Speedo, I don’t get anything from it. I don’t think women would enjoy ring boys as much as men enjoy ring girls. But that’s just me. I’m not the let’s-go-to-‘Chippendales’ type.”
Memorial Day Weekend is ushering into Las Vegas another four-day weekend of all-out warfare among clubs and DJs, as everyone fights for pretty tourists’ party dollars.
HBO is on the defensive this week as a growing chorus of critics are taking aim at the cabler’s flagship drama “Game of Thrones” following a brutal rape scene in Sunday’s episode.
George Miller has promised that more “Mad Max” movies are coming, in the wake of a solid opening for “Mad Max: Fury Road.”
The first full-length trailer for the Amy Winehouse documentary has been released a week after it wowed audiences at the Cannes Film Festival.