A cover of the Stones' "You Can't Always Get What You Want" is tipped for chart success.
All the movies that made 2016 slightly less terrible.
The WWE executive on the new U.K. championship and why he's not worried about viewer burnout.
The alternate history series based on Philip K. Dick’s famous novel returns for a second season, and is far more ominous post election.
Break your New Year's resolutions to cut down on screen time with films and shows like "A Series of Unfortunate Events," "One Day at a Time," "Clinical" and "V for Vendetta," plus comedy specials from Jim Gaffigan and Cristela Alonzo.
The National Film Registry now contains more than 700 motion pictures.
The film marks 70 years since India was freed from British rule.
This car leasing company's site can best be described as late-’90s GeoCities page, designed by a disgraced clown.
What does this mean for "The Walking Dead" favorite Sasha?
Riley seems afraid of the signature number "And I Am Telling You..." in the musical's London debut.
Searches for Powerball, Pokémon Go and Prince land top spots in Google’s annual trending list, ahead of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, and almost nothing dirty.
More than 40 years after “Young Frankenstein” premiered, director Mel Brooks is out with a book about the making of his monster hit.
Award-winning Kavalan is about to become one of the world’s biggest malt whisky producers.
The collector's item is one of just seven produced.
The "Suicide Squad" favorite will lead a new team of all-female comic book villains.
Robin Thicke said his father was the "greatest man I ever met."
'Rogue One' is an inherently smaller film than those of its parent series, yet that doesn’t stop it from being wildly entertaining.
What did the controversial rapper and the president-elect talk about? "Life," Trump told reporters. "We were discussing life."
Several art experts attributed the drawing to the Renaissance polymath.
Yes, Jackie Kennedy really did talk like that.
Will his movie be an improvement on "Batman v Superman?"
The annual Black List puts the spotlight on 73 scripts that have impressed Hollywood.
Felicity Huffman praised ABC for its “ovaries of steel.” Ryan Reynolds was changing a diaper when he heard the news.
The songwriting icon did not attend the ceremony, but he has announced he will play three shows in Sweden as part of his upcoming European tour.
Did Neeson's Daniel and Claudia Schiffer's Carol ride off into the sunset? Maybe not.
Will, Mike, Lucas and Dustin are going to the Globes.
"Westworld," "Stranger Things" and "Manchester by the Sea" all received nominations too.
Dominic Toretto's family is torn apart from the inside in the latest action adventure.
In California, Shakespeare is showing students and inmates about actions and their consequences.
Chef Zaiyu Hasegawa’s restaurant is a destination for globe-trotting gourmands, who chronicle their dining adventures on social media.