Where to watch 'How the Grinch Stole Christmas' and 'The Grinch'
After making his first appearance in Dr. Seuss' "How the Grinch Stole Christmas!" in 1957, the Grinch has starred in three separate screen adaptations.
Kelis Slams Beyoncé Sampling Song Sans Consent: 'Stupid and Disrespectful'
"It's not about me being jealous," Kelis said on Instagram. "Jealous of someone using my song? That's the dumbest, most ignorant thing I've ever heard."
Beyoncé Accused of 'Theft' by Kelis for Sample on New Album
"Renaissance," the upcoming album by Beyoncé, contains a sample of a Kelis song.
From Dua Lipa to Ariana Grande, 4 Artists Sued for Copyright
Most recently, pop singer Dua Lipa has been sued for copyright infringement by a band who believes a song of theirs is very similar to her hit "Levitating."
Here's Who Voices the Characters in Universal Pictures' Musical 'Sing 2'
A number of A-list stars, like Matthew McConaughey, return to voice their adorable all-singing, all-dancing animal characters in the animated sequel.
Grand Jury Clears Officer Who Fatally Shot Cousin of Pharrell Williams
Solomon Simmons, a Black Virginia Beach police officer, shot and killed Donovan Lynch after he saw Lynch with a gun near a crowded parking lot.
VP Harris' Campaign Ad Jeopardizes Churches' Nonprofit Status, Say Experts
"Providing access to voting is one thing but telling someone who they should vote for is political activity," an expert said.
Celebrities Join Push from Democrats Ahead of Virginia Election
Terry McAuliffe's campaign has sent several fundraising emails attributed to Carole King in the weeks leading up to Virginia's November 2 election.
Robin Thicke's Actions 'Terrible, Creepy' Says 'Blurred Lines' Director
Thicke has yet to publicly respond to the claims, and Newsweek has reached out to his representatives for comment regarding the alleged incident.
Donovon Lynch's Family Sue Virginia Beach for $50M After Police Shooting
Lynch, 25, was fatally shot by a Virginia Beach police officer on the city's oceanfront on March 26.
Family of Donovon Lynch, Pharrell Williams' Cousin, Sues City for $50M
The family is also seeking $350,000 in punitive damages against Solomon Simmons, whom the lawsuit identifies as the officer who shot Lynch in March.
Donovon Lynch, Pharrell Williams' Cousin, Shot Dead By Police In Virginia
"It is critical my family and the other victims' families get the transparency, honesty and justice they deserve," Williams wrote in a post paying tribute to his 25-year-old cousin.
Daft Punk Announce Breakup and Fans Are Mourning the Iconic Duo
The French duo emerged from the underground dance music scene to become canonical figures and, eventually, mainstream global stars with 2013's "Get Lucky."
All the Musicians Who Have Stopped Trump Using Their Music
Donald Trump's presidency and campaign has seen several musicians and bands declaring they do not want their music played at his events.
Run the Jewels Just Released 'RTJ4' a Couple Days Early
RTJ surprise released their latest album, which is loaded with lyrics that speak to the current moment.
Pharrell Williams wants Trump to stop playing his songs
A growing number of musicians don't want their work associated with the Donald Trump presidency.
One Love Manchester Takes On Fear and Hate
The concert began with a moment of silence for the victims of the bombing less than two weeks ago.
Pharrell Williams: Vote for 'Dishonest' Hillary Clinton
The singer and producer joined Bernie Sanders at a rally in North Carolina.
In Morocco, It's Jennifer Lopez Versus Jihad
Morocco is a bright spot of stability in the Middle East and North Africa. But the threat of ISIS casts an ominous shadow.
'Dope' Becomes First Film to Accept Bitcoin
Moviegoers will be able to purchase tickets for the film with digital currency when it opens on Friday.
The Jury in the 'Blurred Lines' Case Was Misled
The jury should have focused on the difference between lawful copying of ideas and "substantial" copying.
Marvin Gaye Lawyer Wants to Stop Sales of Blurred Lines
Gaye family lawyer wants "an injunction prohibiting the further sale and distribution of 'Blurred Lines.'"
Your Favorite Band Plagiarized More Than Blurred Lines
There are so many good reasons to hate "Blurred Lines," but plagiarism is not one of them.
Private Jets Descend on Davos For World Economic Forum
Many of the businessmen and heads of state who attend the annual event prefer to travel in style.
'Blurred Lines' Dispute Is Going to Court
Marvin Gaye's family is allowed to proceed with their lawsuit against Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams that claims the two plagiarized Gaye's "Got to Give It Up" for their smash hit.
Six Young Iranians Receive Prison Sentences and 91 Lashes Each for Pharrell Williams Tribute Video
The youths had filmed a singalong video to the Pharrell Williams Hit Single "Happy", in Tehran