“You need that kick-in-the-can moment to get out of your comfort zone,” says the 77-year-old star of “Schitt’s Creek” and “The Reluctant Traveler.”
Bad Bunny, the Sin City Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence charity event and the Harlem Globetrotters top the lineup for the week of Feb. 23-29.
Fans of John Wick movies can soon be drawn into the criminal underworld in a new Las Vegas attraction.
“Do what you love now,” implores the 54-year-old superstar, who this week drops a new album and an accompanying “cinematic odyssey.”
The first Native American to be nominated for a best actress Oscar believes in the power of sharing joy to inspire others.
Wu-Tang Clan, the Black Crowes and National Pizza Day deals top this week’s lineup of things to do in Las Vegas.
Carl Weathers, a former NFL linebacker for the Raiders who became a Hollywood action movie and comedy star has died.
The streaming TV services announced that they are “adding limitations” on users sharing their accounts outside their households.
The Oscar news brought America Ferrera “Waves of emotion. Disbelief. Joy.” She’s also been moved by how her movie monologue has resonated with girls.
Film industry experts say expanding Nevada’s film tax credit program would bring more movie production projects to the Las Vegas Valley.
Amazon Prime users have to say goodbye to a perk that is no longer free.
Embrace your underdog status, the hip-hop icon says: “You have to work so hard that they can’t say no.”
“Barbie,” with more than $1.4 billion in ticket sales, was nominated for eight awards, including best picture.
“To me, it’s about just capturing those moments that just make you laugh so hard with your friends and loved ones,” the 67-year-old Oscar winner says.