Music icon Britney Spears is resorting to a different kind of art to cope with all the stress in her life.
One surefire way to know a film isn’t working the way it’s intended is if you notice yourself pondering each individual element rather than being swept away by how they’re working together.
Universal Pictures' new thriller "Old" led ticket sales at the North American box office with an estimated 16.5 million U.S. dollars in its opening weekend, according to studio figures collected by measurement firm Comscore.
Walt Disney Co. expects to receive nearly $580 million in tax credits for moving about 2,000 California jobs to Florida.
“The Art of Banksy” will open Aug. 14 on State Street, according to an announcement Friday from presenter Starvox Entertainment.
The Barack Obama and Bruce Springsteen brotherhood of man mission continues.
Warner Bros. Pictures' animated/live-action sports film "Space Jam: A New Legacy," starring NBA superstar LeBron James, led ticket sales at the North American box office with an estimated 31.65 million U.S. dollars from 3,965 theaters in its opening weekend,
Disney is breaking new ground with a sweet love song in “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series.”
Britney Spears broke down in tears at another hearing in her careening conservatorship Wednesday, begging a judge to strip her dad of any control over her life.
Sacha Baron Cohen sues Massachusetts-based cannabis company over billboard featuring Borat character
It’s not “very nice” to use intellectual property without permission.
The message Emmy Award voters sent with their nominations on Tuesday came through loud and clear: If you want to enjoy the best that TV has to offer, you better get streaming.
Ever since Natasha Romanoff (Scarlett Johansson), better known as Black Widow, kicked-boxed her way into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, fans have been clamoring for a standalone movie, and for good reason.
Universal Pictures captured the top three spots at the U.S. box office during the extended Fourth of July holiday weekend, drawing fans to theaters with the returning action flick “F9” and two new releases.
Nearly six decades after her death, Marilyn Monroe is still a popular choice for mugs, T-shirts, jewelry and other products using her name — even illegally.
Some say that women marry versions of their fathers, and I guess you could argue "The Tomorrow War" is evidence of that.