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From walking real-life runways to movie posters that look like cologne ads, the movie is ramping up marketing efforts.
Colonel Sanders wants to come to your house.
The Center for Puppetry Arts in Atlanta has opened a new museum that holds a large collection of Jim Henson's iconic puppets.
Chris Evans' critically-acclaimed sci-fi thriller is heading to the small screen.
Antonio Banderas brings "The 33" to Hollywood, presenting the true-life drama about the ordeal of 33 Chilean miners trapped underground for more than two months.
A look back at some of the Hollywood headlines that went down in history.
Nearly 50 models strutted their stuff last night at the annual Victoria's Secret Fashion Show in New York City.
The man behind Captain James T. Kirk is struggling to put together a TV special to mark next year's 50th anniversary of the iconic sci-fi series.
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt teamed up for the first time on screen in 10 years for but reviewers have not been kind to Hollywood's leading power couple.
The New York state attorney general ordered fantasy sports sites DraftKings and FanDuel to stop accepting bets in New York, saying that the operations were essentially illegal gambling.
Here is a look at some of the organizations recognizing America's service men and women.
On this day in 1965 an iconic rock band played their first show - at a high school dance.
Nail-biting action scenes and blasts are a regular feature in James Bond movies but the franchise's latest offering has scored a world record for the largest stunt explosion in a film.
The new "Star Wars" director has thrilled fans by revealing the script for the next installment - due in theaters in 2017 - is already complete.
The POTUS finally has his own Facebook page
A New Hampshire woman on Monday sued Bill Cosby for defamation, saying he falsely accused her of lying last year when she publicly charged he raped her in 1965.
A look back at the Hollywood headlines that went down in history.
By Piya Sinha-Roy LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – A terminally ill “Star Wars” fan, who was given just a few months…
The actor who played the iconic villain Leatherface in the original "Texas Chain Saw Massacre" died Saturday of pancreatic cancer
James Bond and Charlie Brown brought the box office roaring back to life this weekend.