Film / Television
As the dust of a billion briquettes settles on America's birthday, we offer 8 Hollywood explosions to carry you beyond the post-party red, white, and blues.
'It's hard to relate to "Casablanca's" storyline if one has never traveled, especially to Paris, and has had a romantic interlude during a time of war. In my case, that was the war in Vietnam.'
Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy brought "The Heat" against Channing Tatum and Jamie Foxx at the box office.
Paramount confirmed Thursday that it’s working on a reboot of the Terminator franchise, and that the next film is planned to kick off a new Terminator trilogy.
Kyle Baker decided to parody "Man of Steel" with “Mass Murderer of Steel.” You can send a battling Superman and Zod into buildings, bystanders and even school buses.
I preferred 'To Have and Have Not,' which I thought was funnier, and moved faster. Now I'm older, have experienced more pain, love, and loss, I prefer Casablanca, which is miles deeper.
When he joined the Army 18 years ago, Lt. Col. Steven Cole never thought he would be working in Hollywood, but today, he serves as a liaison between the Army and the entertainment industry.
Gary David Goldberg, the creator of several TV shows including the hit '80s Michael J. Fox sitcom "Family Ties," died Sunday. (Read reaction from Twitter.)
Funeral services for actor James Gandolfini will be Thursday at the Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine in New York City.
Disney's "Monsters University" is the weekend box-office winner, according to studio estimates released Sunday.
The Hollywood Forever Cemetery has put on great shows for years now, but this summer may be the best lineup yet, with great bands and classic movies to watch outdoors.
James Gandolfini, the actor perhaps most famous for his lead role in the hit series "The Sopranos," has died in Rome at the age of 51.
Movie producer Linda Obst has made movies that have a way of staying with you, "Sleepless in Seattle," "Contact," "Flashdance," "The Fisher King," and more. Obst stops by the Take Two studio to talk about her career and her new book,"Sleepless In Hollywood."
"Man Of Steel'' is on track to be the biggest June movie ever, as North Americans are predicted to spend $110.3 million to see the latest Superman saga.
Whether it's a cranky dominatrix, a lovelorn hit man, a gay pilot passing for straight or a criminal financial mastermind in the grip of scandal, Almodovar believes passionately in every person's right to screw up.
Documentary filmmaker Morgan Neville wanted to give the limelight to an often unnoticed voice that has filled millions of American homes: the back-up singer.