Enjoy the holiday weekend with some classic American cinema.
The 1987 thriller starring Michael Douglas and Glenn Close is set to be adapted for the small screen.
Celebrate the 4th of July the way our founding fathers intended: with an epic playlist.
The "Magic Mike" star knows how to get down.
The actor's son is making a documentary about his father and his beloved "Star Trek" character.
Re-runs of the '80s sitcom "Dukes of Hazzard" are off the air amid controversy over portrayals of the Confederate flag, which is notably featured on the show's "General Lee" vehicle.
With hundreds of costumes, props, photos, and interactive displays, "The Hunger Games: The Exhibition" brings fans into the dystopian, post-apocalyptic nation of Panem.
The new "Late Show" host took over the latest episode of "Only in Monroe," which airs in the community of about 21,000 people.
Walk down memory lane.
Arnold Schwarzenegger may be older but that doesn't stop him from destroying his younger self, as the former governor returns to one of his most recognizable roles.
The prima ballerina is the first black woman to be promoted to principal dancer at the American Ballet Theatre.
On your birthday you can have your (free) cake and eat it too!
A look back at the Hollywood headlines that made history.
Actors Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck say they've decided to divorce after 10 years of marriage.
The film, which hits theaters July 1, follows 2012's surprise hit with Channing Tatum rejoining the Kings of Tampa, his rogue band of male entertainers.
#AskELJames backfired in terrific style because of course it did.
The former "Saved by the Bell" actress starred as an exotic dancer in the film, which was initially slammed by critics and flopped at the box office.
A documentary about the beloved comedian who died in 1997 opens in theaters next month.
NBC cut ties with the 2016 presidential candidate after the real estate developer and TV personality made comments insulting Mexicans earlier this month.
A look back at the Hollywood headlines that went down in history.