Action man Sylvester Stallone is set to open up about his career successes and failures in a special question and answer session with fans in London next month.
Supermodel Naomi Campbell has been rocked to her core by the death of late civil rights icon Nelson Mandela, insisting he gave her "a reason for being" during times of personal difficulty.
The Nashville, Tennessee bar owner who allegedly shot and killed country singer Wayne Mills during an argument last month has been charged with second-degree murder.
Typewriters and a desk from the home of the original author of the Nancy Drew mystery books are going up for auction in Ohio.
Actress Kirstie Alley has slammed Leah Remini for criticizing the Church of Scientology after turning her back on the religion following nearly three decades of devotion.
A mural stenciled on the side of a Hollywood gas station five years ago by the British street artist Banksy has fetched more than $200,000 at a Beverly Hills auction.
A new film, "Icebound," documents the race against death and will open the Anchorage International Film Festival this week. The 95-minute picture is narrated by Patrick Stewart, and a national theatrical release is set for next spring.
With the passing of Nelson Mandela, the sweeping biopic "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom" transforms in the midst of its theatrical release from a living tribute to a big-screen eulogy.
Tiger Woods said the death of Nelson Mandela was "a sad day for many people," especially those who had the chance to meet him. That moment was 15 years ago for Woods when he was in South Africa for the Million Dollar Challenge.
A director who worked on the reality TV show "America's Next Top Model" has been killed in a home invasion shooting. He died and his wife was seriously wounded in the attack at their rented Los Angeles home.
Pianist and composer Stan Tracey, the elder statesman of Britain's jazz scene, has died at the age of 86. Son Clark Tracey said the musician "passed away peacefully" on Friday. He had been suffering from cancer.
One of the worst finals in World Cup history — Spain vs. the Netherlands — will be reprised in one of the first games of the 2014 edition of the global soccer championship.
Thursday night's live telecast of "The Sound of Music" appears to be a hit for NBC. The Nielsen ratings company says preliminary figures show nearly 18.5 million viewers tuned in.
Los Angeles authorities have arrested an 18-year-old man accused of stealing part of the Porsche that "Fast & Furious" star Paul Walker was riding in when he was killed in a crash last weekend, officials said.
The "X-Men" franchise will get another boost in 2016 with the release of "X-Men: Apocalypse." Veteran "X-Men" director and producer Bryan Singer hinted at the next installment via Twitter on Thursday.
The Sundance Film Festival will soon become more children-friendly. Organizers announced plans Thursday to debut a program of independent films aimed at young audiences at the festival next month.
Not a lot of fans knew who Macklemore & Ryan Lewis and Lorde were when we gathered a year ago to celebrate music with the Grammy Awards nominations.
It took a few tries, but Keith Urban and Miguel finally got into a groove while preparing for their upcoming collaboration at Friday's Grammy nominations concert.
Former "Harry Potter" stars Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint are both prize contenders for performances on the London stage.
The University of New Hampshire has fired its women's hockey head coach Brian McCloskey after an investigation into inappropriate physical contact he allegedly had with a player during a recent game.
Call it Disneyland Chicago.
People attending the London premiere of a new film about Nelson Mandela were told of his death as the closing credits rolled.
The University of California has agreed to a deal worth nearly $18 million with Internet video game maker Kabam for the naming rights to the football field at the newly-renovated Memorial Stadium.
A lawyer for Amanda Bynes said on Thursday that the troubled actress has left an inpatient mental health treatment facility and is back with her parents.
A judge ruled on Thursday that he will allow one of Farrah Fawcett's nurse assistants to testify that the late actress told her an Andy Warhol portrait, hanging in her home, was owned by actor Ryan O'Neal.
Nigella Lawson says she is not proud of her past drug use, but came clean to avoid being "bullied by lies" from her ex-husband.
Indian movie star Salman Khan will face a fresh trial on a homicide charge for a fatal road accident more than 11 years ago.
Yoko Ono says her own bitter experience in Japan during World War II inspired her to support WhyHunger's "Imagine There's No Hunger" campaign to fight childhood hunger around the world.
The frontman for the Grammy-winning Puerto Rican hip-hop outfit Calle 13 says he sees similarities between the Palestinians' situation and his own back home.
The defense lawyer for a Tunisian rapper says his client has been convicted of insulting police and sentenced to four months in prison.
Filmmakers behind the Fast & Furious franchise have paid tribute to the late Paul Walker by creating a video montage dedicated to the late Hollywood star.
Ladies will continue to drive the feature lineup at the Sundance Film Festival, as Robert Redford's independent-cinema fair celebrates its 30th anniversary next month in Park City, Utah.
Thalia, the Mexican-born pop star and actress, is covering the U.S. coasts, receiving a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame -- and landing her own fashion line at Macy's stores, including the Herald Square flagship in New York.
The government's first official measure of the impact of arts and culture on the economy has found the creative industries account for more than $500 billion, or at least 3.2 percent of U.S. goods and services.
A movie depicting the life of Nelson Mandela has become South Africa's highest grossing picture after its opening last week, its producers say.
Hugh Jackman reminded fans and peers of his recent skin cancer scare at his first red carpet appearance since revealing his health drama last month.
Harassment charges have been dismissed against the wife of TV bounty hunter Duane "Dog" Chapman.
Hollywood studios have won a copyright infringement case against Hotfile Corp. after a Florida judge ordered the file-hosting website to pay $80 million in damages.
The vast majority of feature-length silent films made in the U.S. have been lost due to decay and neglect over the past 100 years, according to a study released Wednesday.
Universal Pictures has shut down production "for a period of time" on "Fast & Furious 7" following the death of its star Paul Walker, the studio announced Wednesday.
A reality television producer has told a jury that he believes actor Ryan O'Neal stole an Andy Warhol artwork piece of Farrah Fawcett from the late actress' home.
Former supporters of the Kabbalah Centre have sued the Los Angeles-based spiritual organization, claiming more than $1 million in contributions was used fraudulently.
Saying he's a big Washington Redskins fan and will "go on any radio" show, scandal-plagued Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has agreed to appear on a Washington-based sports talk show to make NFL picks.
The Nielsen company says NBC's Thanksgiving Day NFL clash between Pittsburgh and Baltimore seized the top spot in prime time, drawing 21 million viewers. Other football games and related sportscasts took four more of the week's Top 10 slots.
Puerto Rico police have issued more than 100 tickets to drivers who organized a caravan to honor "Fast & Furious" actor Paul Walker and created massive traffic jams across the island's capital.
"Game of Thrones" has drawn in millions of viewers. Can it bring in tourists too? Tourism officials in Northern Ireland say they are looking at ways to capitalize on the success of HBO's fantasy TV series.
The U.S. snowboarders will be showing off a patchwork of styles in the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. Their uniforms, unveiled by manufacturer Burton Tuesday night, are built around the competition jacket with squares of stars, stripes and plaids.
The second season of Netflix's political thriller, "House of Cards," will debut on Valentine's Day next year, and all 13 episodes will be made available on Feb. 14.
The dream of the high school football team in Newtown, Conn., to win a state championship in honor of the 26 victims killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School has come to an end.
Actress Gal Gadot has been cast as the female superhero Wonder Woman in Warner Bros.' upcoming team-up film with Batman and Superman, the studio announced Wednesday.