"In your face, China!"
Fifteen years after 'Bend It Like Beckham' launched her career internationally, Gurinder Chadha took a drastic leap with her new film about India's partition.
One is a live recording featuring Luther Vandross.
Warning: Major spoilers lie ahead.
Julia Ducournau’s gory coming-of-age film challenges the audience's conception of humanity.
Headliners LCD Soundsystem, Solange and A Tribe Called Quest will be joined by Angel Olsen, Dirty Projectors, George Clinton and more.
So far, FOIA the Dead has released 2,136 pages of FBI records.
÷ (pronounced "Divide") is off to a strong start on streaming services.
"I didn’t know it would last...the expectations were low."
The next season of the show will arrive in July.
An onion skin carbon copy of one of his lists is being offered for $2.4 million.
The Canadian crooner's enchanting vocals helped catapult him to the top of pop, but he is still green when it comes to performing live.
A new movie from Sony is only just the beginning.
Murray appears on a new album from Paul Shaffer that also features Shaggy, Jenny Lewis and Darius Rucker.
With 'The Joshua Tree,' U2 didn't just become a superstar band. It rewrote the rules of superstardom.
A guidebook from the Jim Crow era often meant the difference between a hot meal and a vicious beating.
"I was angry that there is such a taboo surrounding rape," said Turner.
The hit spy drama starred Tom Hiddleston and Hugh Laurie.
The pop grandeur of the visuals and a scene-stealing turn from Reilly stand out in this combative reboot.
The novelist’s latest book, the nonfiction title “Blitzed: Drugs in the Third Reich,” was published in the U.S. on Tuesday.
Looking back at the release of ‘The Joshua Tree’ 30 years after it was released.
"U2 is turning itself into the rock phenomenon of 1987."
The legendary prog-rock keyboardist talks about working with David Bowie, touring with fellow Yes alumni Jon Anderson and Trevor Rabin, and his animal rescue work.
At a city council meeting, the comedian said: "In this Trump era, it gives us an opportunity to show everybody that local politics reigns supreme."
Is that why the U.S. president has been tweeting about Arnie so much?
The actor will share scenes with a fan favorite.
A new exhibition shares the suffering and strength of Iraq's Yazidi women.
Rescued from ISIS persecution, these are the faces of Iraq's persecuted Yazidi women.
"While I'm frustrated and disappointed by the governor's inaction," said the recent Grammy winner, "it will not stop me from doing all I can to support Chicago's most valuable resource: its children."
Pentagon Papers drama "The Post" will be directed by Steven Spielberg.