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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Our picks this week for movies, TV and streaming video include “Kiss Rocks Vegas” on the big screen and Las Vegas magicians appearing on “Masters of Illusion.”
Yeah, it will be plenty hot outdoors as Vegas tends to be in the summer, but there’s no need to sweat it with a vacation TV season filled with such choices as Cinemax’s “Outcast,” Showtime’s “Roadies” and Netflix’s “The Get Down,” not to mention a return of “Match Game.” Las Vegas entertainers and chefs are well-represented, too.
Meghan Trainor took a major tumble while performing Thursday night on “The Tonight Show.”
The district attorney says he knew participating in the show would open up his office to criticism, but he says he treated the show as any other media request. “But at the end of the day, I’m very proud of this project,” Wolfson says.
During his 27-year tenure as the bumbling patriarch of Fox’s animated series “The Simpsons,” Homer Simpson has achieved many impossible things. But one thing he has yet to do is appear live on air. Until now.
Netflix’s “Orange Is the New Black” may have ended with a rare moment of happiness for our inmates last year, but the newly released trailer for Season 4 promises dark times ahead.
Count’s Kustoms, a Las Vegas auto shop with a reality TV show on the History Channel, claims in a lawsuit that a former employee used more than $75,000 of the company’s money to cover personal expenses.
The Gold Spike in downtown Las Vegas is giving one lucky winner the chance to live out their “Real World” dreams by staying in the suite that housed the cast of season 31.
Las Vegan Wayne Allyn Root considers his 2008 campaign to be the Libertarian presidential nominee “the test run for Donald Trump.”
This week’s TV, movie and streaming video picks include the finale of “The Good Wife” and an inside look at the Clark County District Attorney’s office.
Jimmy Kimmel will be the first guest co-host to join Kelly Ripa on “Live” following Michael Strahan’s departure, the show announced Tuesday on Twitter.
SPOILER ALERT: Do not read until you’ve watched the second episode of season six of “Game of Thrones,” titled “Home.”
The Punisher is getting his own Netflix spinoff, Variety has confirmed.
Two years doesn’t seem like such a long time. But for Erich Bergen, the two years he spent in Las Vegas represents a turning point in his show business career.
Chyna’s manager believes the former WWE superstar died of an accidental overdose of Ambien and Valium.
During previous seasons of MTV’S “The Challenge,” while everyone else was busy drinking, fighting and/or hooking up, TJ Lavin started studying to be a firefighter in Thailand, learned to surf in Brazil and became an advanced scuba diver in Panama.
Hosted by chefs Gordon Ramsay and Christina Tosi, “MasterChef” premieres at 8 p.m. June 1 on Fox.
Bill Cosby lost his bid on Tuesday to force the publisher of New York magazine to comply with a subpoena seeking reporters’ notes and other material for a cover story last year chronicling 35 women’s sexual assault claims against him.
Monday’s edition of James Corden’s “Late Late Show” opened with a nearly four-minute parody of Beyonce’s “Lemonade.”
NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” has aired a special tribute show titled “Goodnight Sweet Prince.” “Tonight Show” host and SNL alum Jimmy Fallon hosted the episode.
Skin Wars at Sapphires hit Las Vegas April 20. Here’s how it went.
Four years ago, Bryshere “Yazz” Gray was fired from a Pizza Hut. Now, he’s spending hours in an on-set hot tub with Naomi Campbell before drying off and hustling to a recording studio to work with Timbaland. That’s the power of broadcast television.