Tyler Perry, Jermaine Dupri, Viola Davis, Lady Gaga and other celebrities are pushing for voter turnout in Georgia's runoff elections Tuesday.
"NewsNation" has failed to catch on with audiences despite the surge in TV news viewing over the past year.
Berlin lead singer Terri Nunn says she was "shocked" by Mar-a-Lago's disregard for COVID safety and is sorry for playing a New Year's Eve gig there.
"That '70s Show" star Tanya Roberts has died at age 65 after early reports of her death were inaccurate. The actress died Monday in Los Angeles.
At 88, Ellen Burstyn matched the intensity of her "Pieces of a Woman" costars Shia LeBeouf and Vanessa Kirby. 'It's kind of like jazz musicians.'
No Oscar season will ever be stranger than this one. It comes after a year in which they locked down most of the theaters and studios pulled their top contenders. But since when are the Academy Awards only about one year?
"He's broken in many ways because what he doesn't realize is that it's all gotta start from within," Jude Law says of his 'Nest' character's drive for success.
Adapted from the 1968 play, Netflix's version of "The Boys in the Band" still has meaning for all marginalized groups, says Jim Parsons.
Such films as 'Boys in the Band,' 'Ammonite,' 'Ma Rainey's Black Bottom' and others balance historical accuracy with new stories that dodge tired tropes.
Daniel Loedel's ghostly debut novel, "Hades, Argentina," features an exiled resistance fighter who revisits crimes, including his own, in Buenos Aires.