It's ups and downs for Jennifer Garner on the set of her new movie, "Yes Day." Literally.
Streaming continues to yield dividends in the variety of available content, with Apple TV+'s "Little America" offering a sharply executed anthology about immigrant experiences, and "Diary of a Future President" essentially serving up a better-than-average version of a Disney Channel show, only for Disney+.
Sandi Toksvig is leaving her presenting role on popular UK reality cooking show "The Great British Bake Off" after three years.
James Bond producer Barbara Broccoli has poured cold water on the idea that the enigmatic spy should be played by a woman.
Demi Lovato has announced she'll perform "The Star-Spangled Banner" at Super Bowl LIV in Miami.
The monotone of the New York City Subway's automated conductors has been temporarily replaced by the sing-songy rasp of a certain Golden Globe winner.
After being slammed for appearing to mock those with cleft lips and palates, Wendy Williams has apologized.
Tease your hair, get out your lighters and get ready to rock to amazing '80s power ballads. Bon Jovi is hitting the road.
The aroma of "Cats" has yet to fade, but Universal follows it up with another animal-related stinker in "Dolittle." Robert Downey Jr. produced and stars in the title role, but even charitably taking into account that this was designed for a younger family audience, talking to animals in this retelling is somehow a colossal bore.
Counts us all in for this burgeoning friendship between Beyoncé and Reese Witherspoon.
The strange case of Aaron Hernandez -- the pro football player convicted of murder, before committing suicide -- remains tantalizing enough to have inspired a pair of three-part documentaries this month.
We can all thank a sluggish teleprompter for giving Issa Rae the opportunity to drop some truth while announcing the Oscar nominations.
Not to undo your hopes of another season "Big Little Lies," but the truth is, it's going to be a hard thing to pull off, according to Nicole Kidman.
This year's Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction class has got a lot of fans angry, but none more than fans of the Dave Matthews Band. But the band is maintaining a positive attitude.
Coming a quarter-century after the original, and 17 from its sequel, "Bad Boys for Life" feels like a double meaning. As is, this update of a brand of buddy action-comedy Hollywood churned out with regularity way back when is a pretty shoot-by-numbers affair, beyond the mild kick of acknowledging that the central duo are getting a bit old for this sort of thing.
Spike Lee will serve as jury president for the upcoming 73rd annual Cannes Film Festival.
Oprah Winfrey says an ex-boyfriend of hers has forever put a damper on Valentine's Day.
The answer is: The greatest "Jeopardy!" champion of all time.
After a decade of retirement, Brooks & Dunn are hitting the road.
Billie Eilish's star just keeps on rising.