The FBI is investigating evidence that a woman stole Nancy Pelosi's laptop and was planning on selling it to Russian intelligence prompting comparisons to the Coen brothers' movie "Burn After Reading".
"That's the problem with kids these days. No focus," Crowe wrote in response to Ian McNabb tweeting that he had never got past the 10-minute mark of the 2003 movie.
The "Call Me By Your Name" star referred to the controversy as "vicious and spurious online attacks" against him.
The "Die Hard" actor has spoken out after he was photographed in a Rite Aid without a face covering.
Comedy, family, action and horror films are all queued up for your 2021 viewing.
Shortly after many people shared news of the Bond girl's death, reports circulated that Roberts was still alive on Monday. On Tuesday, it was confirmed that she died of a urinary tract infection.
"I hope what we take from [this show] is that anyone can be part of a musical. It's the same theme of 'Ratatouille' itself: 'Anyone can cook,'" the show's music supervisor, Daniel Mertzlufft, told Newsweek recently.
Binge your favorite Christmas movies while you still can, because a lot of holiday titles will be removed from Hulu in January.
Several movies and TV shows are set to be removed from Netflix's vast library in January.
There are plenty of new originals set to debut on Netflix in January.
Tickets for the upcoming production are up for purchase right now, and will be available until January 4.
Hulu is bringing a ton of binge-worthy entertainment to kick off the new year.
Regina King's directorial debut, "One Night in Miami," is among the many Amazon Prime Video originals premiering in January 2021.
Get ready for the fourth season premiere of "Search Party," which is set to debut on HBO Max in January.
Just as Covino is gaining buzz as an indie filmmaker, he also makes his major film debut opposite Tom Hanks in "News of the World."
"This is a time where we're feeling a lot of cynicism, and we're really inviting the viewer to leave that cynicism behind for a minute," Thompson said of her newest film, which premiered on Amazon Prime Video on Wednesday.
"The thing about Christmas is that it almost doesn't matter what mood you're in or what kind of a year you've had—it's a fresh start."—Kelly Clarkson
There's a wide variety of classic and new movies perfect for the holiday season on Netflix, Disney+, Hulu, HBOMax and Amazon.
"Ma Rainey's Black Bottom" releases on Netflix on Friday, and it is a must-see especially for Boseman's Oscar-worthy performance.
Nasrin Sotoudeh, the subject of "Nasrin" the compelling new documentary by Jeff Kauffman and Marcia Ross, may be the bravest person you never met. She is a lawyer for women's rights and human rights in Iran.
"This is what a midlife crisis looks like," Perry wrote in a post on social media that has whipped up a frenzy among the billionaire's fans.
The dad does his best Will Ferrell impression, serenading his daughter in public and screaming that he knows her.
The actress, who is set to star in the upcoming musical "The Score" and played a role in "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker," is reportedly in negotiations to play Houston.
Baldwin and Messing promised to wear a mask, while others called for more action to help those affected by lockdowns.
Timothée Chalamet is set to host "Saturday Night Live" this week.
"Wild Mountain Thyme" was released today with Emily Blunt joining the likes of Tom Cruise and Julia Roberts to top the charts for the worst Irish accent.
Emily Blunt, Jamie Dornan, Christopher Walken and Jon Hamm star in "Wild Mountain Thyme," a modern fairy tale set in rural Ireland, that is very much like "Moonstruck" in Ireland.
Be it a family classic that airs during the holidays or something a little bit more offbeat, there are plenty of movies that are still Christmas-related if you get tired of "Home Alone" or "Elf."
"Everything that I own is being taken away from me and they set up a movie company right next to my outdoor patio," Angela Marsden, owner of Los Angeles restaurant Pineapple Hill Saloon and Grill, said in a viral Instagram video on Friday.