Film / Television
Comic actor Russell Brand scored a one-two punch at the box office.
An animated Easter bunny wins the box office race this weekend.
A movie producer's use of a helicopter to commute to work has raised the ire of nearby residents who say the noise is waking babies, rattling windows and alarming dogs in their quiet, leafy neighborhood.
A kids’ movie enters the ring and rises to the top of the box office.
Sony and Disney studios each opened alien invasion movies this weekend. They ended up landing in very different places at the box office.
It’s official: The TV comedy “Two-and-a-Half Men” has lost one part of its equation. Warner Brothers has fired Charlie Sheen after weeks of heated back-and-forth between the actor and the studio.
Jane Russell, the busty brunette who shot to fame as the sexy star of Howard Hughes' 1941 Western "The Outlaw," died Monday of respiratory failure, her family said. She was 89.
On Oscar weekend, the numbers at the box office were pretty low.
These were supposed to be the younger, hipper Academy Awards, the ones that shook up the ceremony's conventions with popular, great-looking emcees in actors James Franco and Anne Hathaway, who were unlike the middle-aged comedians and TV talk-show hosts of years past.
The Academy Awards are going high-tech this year. A new feature will offer online viewers an inside look at everywhere from the red carpet to the exclusive Governor's Ball after party, and the viewers will be able to control the action through 360-degree cameras.
"Just Go With It" and "Never Say Never" top the box office Valentine's Day weekend.
Authorities say a security guard on the Los Angeles County set of the CBS television show "NCIS" has died after being struck by a van whose driver apparently blacked out.
It was another sluggish weekend at movie theaters across the country.
Charlie Sheen is out of the hospital and back home.
The Sundance Film Festival is branching out of Park City Utah Thursday night and offering screenings in several cities around the country.
The British monarchy saga "The King's Speech" leads the Academy Awards with 12 nominations, including best picture and acting honors for Colin Firth, Helena Bonham Carter and Geoffrey Rush.