Corinne Foxx spent her entire childhood getting embarrassed by her dad, just like you. He just happened to be famous.
There is a plague in England — the plague that we happen to be living through, as writer/director Ben Wheatley started writing the script for “In the Earth,” early in the 2020 lockdown.
DMX, the raspy, growling New York rapper who rose to fame with his 1998 blockbuster debut, “It’s Dark and Hell Is Hot,” and became a chart and tabloid mainstay for years after, has died at age 50.
The first time director Judy Hoffman goes in for a superstar close-up of Britney Spears in the rarely circulated 2002 documentary “Stages: Three Days in Mexico,” the performer is soldiering through yet another photo scrum in what was, already, a long, wearying line of press “events,” this time in a Mexico City Four Seasons banquet hall.
Cher apologized after stirring up emotions on social media for writing a controversial tweet in which she wondered if she could’ve done something to prevent George Floyd’s death.
Rapper DMX was hospitalized in critical condition Saturday after a drug overdose in his Westchester County home, according to a report.
"Godzilla vs. Kong" director Adam Wingard knows that the film's audience is really only interested in one thing — spectacular fights between the two titular monsters.
It's Oscar season, and ... meh.
Detective Elliot Stabler is back in the Dick Wolf universe, but it’s very different world.
Eddie Murphy was inducted into the NAACP Image Awards Hall of Fame at the organization’s show that highlighted works by entertainers and athletes of color.
Don't get her wrong, Carrie Underwood loves to sing about getting revenge on the cheating ex and belting out ballads on award show stages in dazzling gowns. But Underwood's spirituality has always been at her musical core.
Steven Spielberg said Thursday that he will donate his $1 million Genesis Prize to 10 nonprofits that are working for racial and economic justice.
The new PBS documentary on dancer-choreographer Twyla Tharp is called “Twyla Moves.” In retrospect, that sounds a bit weak.
Janet Jackson’s socially conscious album “Rhythm Nation 1814,” Louis Armstrong’s jazzy “When the Saints Go Marching In” and Nas’ debut release “Illmatic” are among 25 recordings being inducted to the National Recording Registry.
When drained of glamour, what’s left of the Golden Globes?