After “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” put the launch of the DC/Warner Bros. universe on shaky ground, the studio came back swinging at Comic-Con Saturday armed with movie stars, brand new footage and a sense of humor.
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The hordes of zombies, legions of Stormtroopers, leagues of superheroes and crews of Starfleet officers are crawling, marching, flying and beaming around San Diego for that other big convention this week: Comic-Con International.
Roger Ailes is out as chief executive at Fox News Channel and Fox Business.
Writer-director Garry Marshall, whose hits include “Happy Days,” “Laverne & Shirley,” “Pretty Woman” and “Runaway Bride” has died at 81.
In the wake of continuing real-life gun violence, USA Network says it’s postponing the debut of its new series “Shooter” for a second time.
Netflix has signed an international licensing agreement with CBS Studios Intl. for the new “Star Trek” television series.
He won two Daytime Emmys for voicing the animated “Life with Louie” more than two decades ago. Now, Louie Anderson has been nominated for his first Primetime Emmy.
HBO’s epic fantasy drama “Game of Thrones” once again leads the pack of contenders for the Primetime Emmy Awards, grabbing 23 nominations for its sixth season.
Camp Rhino opened in 2012 and offers obstacle training sessions for “American Ninja Warrior,” an NBC TV show, where men and women compete through grueling obstacle courses for a grand prize of $1 million.
USA network says recent tragic events in Dallas and elsewhere have prompted it to postpone the premiere of its new series, “Shooter.”
“Pokemon Go,” the latest app craze sweeping the U.S., Australia and New Zealand is leading some users to weird and dangerous places. One user discovered a dead body floating in a river.
In the wake of this week’s police shootings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, and the death of five Dallas police officers, “The Daily Show” host Trevor Noah tackled the divisive opinion that if a person believes that black lives matter, they must also be anti-police.
After having a starring role in the fourth-season premiere of Showtime’s “Ray Donovan,” Primm is making another guest appearance in this week’s episode.
For its 15th season, “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire” is moving its production from Stamford, Conn., into the old Jubilee Theater at Bally’s. As a result, producers are looking for Las Vegas contestants.
Gretchen Carlson, a longtime presence on Fox News Channel, said Tuesday she had filed a lawsuit alleging the top executive at the network, Roger Ailes, made sexual advances on her and ended her career at the 21st Century Fox-owned outlet after she rebuffed him.
Universal Studios Hollywood will officially unlock the “Don’t Open, Dead Inside” doors and unleash the “walkers” when it officially opens its permanent attraction based on AMC’s hit television show “The Walking Dead” on July 4th.
Reach deep in your pockets for $2.39 million if you want to buy “Pawn Stars” actor Corey Harrison’s electric-gated, completely-walled-in, tree-lined, grassy estate.
The nightly interview program had been running a deficit during its entire 15-month run, but some, including host Jon Ralston and former sponsors of his show, are critical of how abruptly the show ended.
Our picks this week for movies, TV and streaming video include “The Shallows” and Discovery’s “Shark Week.”
‘Roadies’ the latest example of rock ‘n’ roll-themed show that falls short of what it could be.
If you’ve had Mark Wahlberg and George Clooney’s hit “The Perfect Storm” sitting in your Netflix queue for a while, don’t wait too much longer, as it’s among the bulk of movies being removed from streaming on July 1.
With all the new content headed to Netflix in July, the streaming service is giving you an excuse to stay inside away from the heat.
Fans of HBO’s “Game of Thrones” will have the chance to immerse themselves in their favorite show next summer.
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