May 4, aka Star Wars Day, has become a Lucasfilm-backed celebration of all things from that galaxy far, far away. Not surprisingly, quite a few other pop-culture “holidays” have sprung up in its wake.
A greater-than-usual sense of finality hung over the closing day of the theater owners convention at Caesars Palace.
The animated series will air its 636th episode Sunday, inching past “Gunsmoke” for the record for most episodes ever for a scripted American prime-time series.
You are not prepared for the latest entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The Amy Schumer comedy is all about hating who you are unless you’re gorgeous.
What if, following “Lost’s” deliriously twisty first season, Jack and the gang never entered the hatch and simply battled The Others for control of the island?
I don’t pretend to know what’s inside Wes Anderson’s head.
I like college football as much as the next guy — provided that the next guy wasn’t a Penn State fan in 2011.