“Saturday Night Live” star Michael Che (CHAY) is not backing away from comments he made about Boston, when he called it the “most racist city” he has ever visited.
Recent home theater releases of “Fences,” “Elle” and “Miss Sloane” highlight powerful performances from award-winning actresses.
The Weinstein Company and entertainer Jay Z are planning a series of projects on the life and 2012 shooting death of Trayvon Martin in Sanford, Florida.
Nostalgia can be tricky, casting a rose-colored glow on memories that may not deserve it. Do we look back fondly on our youth because it was so magical, or simply because it was our youth, with so many mistakes yet to be made?
Punk rock icon Johnny Rotten has a soft spot for his queen after all.
Hollywood mogul Brett Ratner says the review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes and its “middle America” readers are responsible for the industry’s “destruction.”
Comedian Amy Schumer has dropped off a planned live-action Barbie movie project, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Walter Shipman, one of the last great amateurs from the great postwar generation of American chess, died last month at the age of 87 following a long illness.
Life is a box of chocolates, a highway and, alas, a mediocre science-fiction thriller.
John Astin, the actor who played the patriarch in “The Addams Family” TV show, said the gas drilling process known as fracking is no joke.