Warner Bros.’ “San Andreas” is no box office disaster, with the 3D action pic drawing $18.2 million on Friday, setting it on track for a projected weekend haul of $47 million at 3,777 locations and smashing past early estimates that put it around the $40 million mark.
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“You can get murdered anywhere,” Stu Cook says, so there’s no use in worrying about exploring dangerous locales.
Since many viewers bailed on the HBO comedy before its hot mess of an eighth and final season, here’s a look back at what Vince, E, Drama, Turtle and Ari were up to at the end in time for the “Entourage” movie.
Everyone’s daily dose of Iggy Azalea hate comes in the form of a new petition to strip her of her recent Billboard Music Awards win for “Top Rap Song.”
Rap mogul Marion “Suge” Knight refused to leave his jail cell to attend a court hearing on robbery charges on Wednesday, saying he was ill, and a judge vowed to have him forcibly extracted if he did so again, a court spokeswoman said.
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. said it settled a lawsuit with the representatives of comedian Tracy Morgan and two others, who were seriously injured in an accident involving its truck.
With music, singing and tears, hundreds of mourners in Memphis bade farewell to blues giant B.B. King as his casket, accompanied by his legendary guitar, Lucille, began a drive to his final resting place in Mississippi.
Longtime U2 tour manager Dennis Sheehan died Wednesday, the band said on its website.
For those who not only know but love “Annie,” the current touring version — at The Smith Center through Sunday — marks a return to form for the family favorite.
In addition to local, regional, domestic and international brewers, the event will feature music by John Earl’s Boogieman Band, The Diane Kallay Band and The Homemade Jamz Blues Band.
20th Century Fox is rebooting its 2003 historical fantasy film “The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen” with John Davis on board to produce through his Davis Entertainment banner.
All that’s left from Rock in Rio are some random text messages, perhaps a few ill-conceived Instagram posts, and a collection of miscellaneous memories — or maybe some misspelled memories, as the case may be.
The band is making its way to America for the fittingly titled BIGBANG 2015 World Tour “Made” in USA, which is set to kick off here in Las Vegas at the Mandalay Bay Events Center on Friday, Oct. 2.
The Discovery Communications-owned network has not canceled the program in the wake of the recent disclosure that Josh Duggar, one of the central figures in the show, admitted to molesting teenage girls 12 years ago.
In year three of downtown’s Life is Beautiful festival, nearby residents are hopeful but skeptical that by working with city officials they’ll be able address some of the issues the pary creates during the three-day event.
Erich Bergen of the “Jersey Boys” film wasn’t the only Las Vegas connection in the headlines in Los Angeles last week. The Los Angeles Times featured the Killers’ Brandon Flowers, his latest solo album, “The Desired Effect,” and his solo tour.
June means Netflix is getting 60 new titles, some of which are actually notable.
Chris Brown, the Cromwell hotel headliner with a violent past, came to Vegas to perform at Drai’s nightclub. But he also found time to post some emotional things online that some viewed as a threat.
Three companies said on Tuesday they have decided to remove ads from TLC’s top-rated reality show “19 Kids and Counting” after the cable network pulled episodes of the program in the wake of reports of molestation by one of its stars, Josh Duggar.
May is wrapping up and so are 55 titles from Netflix’s streaming service. Don’t start to panic just yet, because the streaming service is also getting 60 new titles, some of which are actually notable.
Johnny Depp’s dog-smuggling stunt in Australia could land the actor up to 10 years in prison.
The star of “Teen Mom OG” and “Backdoor Teen Mom” says she’s been working hard to be a good parent, while helping MTV with its ratings, and avoiding naughty Snapchat messages.
A mark of the Asian-American community’s growth in Las Vegas is the return of the Miss Asian Las Vegas pageant at the Venetian in August.