Director Liza Johnson’s cinematic take on the visit of a pop-culture king to the White House makes for great home theater viewing for lovers of bizarre historical comedies.
After an outstanding outer space action thriller reboot in “Star Trek” (2009) and a mediocre, if valiant, attempt to redo the gospel standard of all Trek films in “Star Trek Into Darkness” (2013), here we now have “Star Trek Beyond,” a tepid, bland exercise that recycles some familiar Trek tropes but is, in the end, just another sophomoric action movie.
Zack Snyder’s historic debut of Batman and Superman on the big screen makes much more sense now thanks to a new home theater release offering an extended cut of the movie and plenty of extras.
Jen Selter, a famous Instagram model with a large following behind her, was reportedly excused from jury duty in New York after she convinced a judge she was too superficial to be fair and unbiased.
Comedian Leslie Jones made her return to Twitter Thursday night, after briefly giving up on the social media platform, citing cyberbullying.
Quebec’s Human Rights Tribunal has leveled a $35,000 fine against a comedian for a joke he told from 2010 through 2013.
Left-wing filmmaker Michael Moore, who rarely has anything positive to say about Republicans, predicted Wednesday that Donald Trump would win the presidency.
As chaos nearly erupted at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland on Wednesday over Ted Cruz’s non-endorsement of Donald Trump, talk show host Jerry Springer saw what he said reminded him of the decades he’s spent presenting one of television’s most notorious programs.
“Girls” star Lena Dunham is slated to throw her weight behind Hillary Clinton in a speech next week’s Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.
Roger Ailes resigned as Fox New Channel chief effective immediately on Thursday afternoon, 21st Century Fox said.