"All the characters were reduced to one thing in the media," says Steven Rogers of his very funny, very tragic, very crazy and "very true-ish" script for 'I, Tonya.'
Trevor Noah's show riffs on the so-called 'War on Christmas.'
Call Of Duty burst onto the gaming scene in 2003 as a premier World War II shooter. Now, nearly 15 years later, the series returns to its roots with Call Of Duty: WWII.
Nearly two-and-a-half-minutes of steamy moments for your viewing pleasure.
The first full trailer for "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" premiered during halftime of 'Monday Night Football.'
The sequel to 2013's worldwide hit is bound to upset America First supporters with its international agenda.
The actor has not starred in the franchise since 2007.
The highly-anticipated original series, based on Margaret Atwood's 1985 dystopian novel, is due out April 26.
It features Titus dressed as Beyoncé, smashing the crap out of everything.
Rupert Sanders says Johansson is the "best actress of her generation."
Crash near Palm Springs also injures at least 31 people.
One of cinema's greatest villains is being revived for a new generation.
Too many characters and subplots, say critics, but is it as bad as "Batman v Superman?"
Nine years after "The Bourne Ultimatum," will Matt Damon and director Paul Greengrass strike gold again?
The war between humanity and the white walkers is the latest threat to Westeros.
Eddie Redmayne steps into the magical world of 'Harry Potter' in the fantasy spin-off.
Gervais reprises his famous 'The Office' role—but does the humor hold up?
The revamped show will finally hit screens in May, after a rocky start.