Boston Red Sox owner John W. Henry is facing a lawsuit over a woman who fell down an elevator shaft at Fenway Park.
Fear not, movie lovers who long for your annual trek to the cinema to round out your holiday experience. There are plenty of films opening around the holidays.
Paramount Pictures has reportedly banned movie theaters from showing of 2004’s “Team America: World Police” as a replacement for Sony Entertainment’s “The Interview.”
Though Christmas is a beloved holiday for many reasons, a new survey finds that 56 percent of Americans view Christmas as primarily a religious holiday, while 21 percent view it as a cultural holiday — and 22 percent say it’s a little of both.
Stacey Dash, a black Hollywood actress known for her role in the blockbuster “Clueless” as well as for her conservative political outspokenness, said that some in her family just wanted her to shut up and keep quiet about her principles.
Rev. Al Sharpton and Sony Pictures Entertainment co-Chairman Amy Pascal will meet face-to-face for the first time since her racial emails regarding President Obama were leaked by the hacking group “Guardians of Peace.”
New Regency reportedly has pulled the plug on its Steve Carell movie “Pyongyang,” after Sony decided to cancel it’s Christmas Day premiere of “The Interview” due to North Korean hackers threatening a 9/11-style attack.