Christopher Nolan's sci-fi espionage epic "Tenet" is now available to watch at home, and the director breaks down the groundbreaking car chase sequence.
Nathan Apodaca, the Idaho man who went viral for his Fleetwood Mac-inspired TikTok video, has COVID-19. His rep says he's home "resting and getting better."
HBO Max, like Netflix, will remove "Chappelle's Show" from streaming at the request of star Dave Chappelle because of a "specific and emotional issue."
Gal Gadot tastes eggnog, Ho Hos and Taco Bell for the first time, courtesy of Jimmy Fallon. In return, he tries gefilte fish and Israeli doughnuts.
Among the key features set to premiere at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival are new movies featuring Tessa Thompson, Ruth Negga, Tiffany Haddish, Constance Wu and Nicolas Cage.
Motown great Smokey Robinson got tripped up by an alternate spelling of Hanukkah and delivered a hilariously botched Cameo holiday video for a fan.
"The Talk" co-hosts Sharon Osbourne and Carrie Ann Inaba are both laid up with COVID-19. Osbourne, 68, is recovering away from husband Ozzy Osbourne.
Speaking to TV host Jimmy Kimmel, pop star Taylor Swift debunked a fan theory that she's planning to release another album, 'Woodvale,' so soon.
Taschen's "The Library of Esoterica," a series that begins with "Tarot" and "Astrology," honors the history of mysticism and its democratization.
You know things are bad when you're asked to write a column about 'the way we live now' for an end-of-year review.