Though Christopher Nolan is not returning to the “Batman” franchise and Daniel Radcliffe is unlikely to reprise his Harry Potter role, Warner Bros. clearly sees plenty of life left in its most lucrative properties.
“I told them it was going to be my last time to perform for a while, and they said they’d all join me, in one fell swoop.”
Actor Neil Patrick Harris will host next year’s Academy Awards ceremony, the organizers of Hollywood’s biggest night said on Wednesday.
Time Warner Inc’s HBO will launch a standalone online streaming service next year to make hit shows such as “Game of Thrones” available to people who do not subscribe to cable television.
In a video Q & A on Facebook, the frontman said the release was a “drop of megalomania, a touch of generosity.”
Netflix will stream all episodes of popular sitcom “Friends,” which ran for 10 seasons on NBC, to subscribers in the U.S. and Canada starting Jan. 1, 2015.
Comedian Jay Leno will return to television next year to host a new series about cars, the cable network CNBC said on Wednesday.
A California lawmaker said he plans to introduce a resolution to rename a tunnel north of the Golden Gate Bridge after the late comedian Robin Williams.
A pilot for the proposed reality series “Postmortem in Vegas” debuts at 10 p.m. Wednesday on Lifetime Movie Network.
Members of the Grammy-winning group Boyz II Men are returning to their roots with a concert at their old stomping grounds.
HBO has inked a deal with Facebook to stream a live Foo Fighters concert for free on the social-media service on Friday, Oct. 17, as part of the premium cabler’s promo for the docuseries on the band.
“That’s why my hair’s purple,” he said in a buoyant mood. “I’m gonna rock purple for a minute. I’m gonna rock purple for at least two years.”