New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady sent fans on the internet into a panic when he posted a cliff jumping video from his family vacation to Costa Rica to his Facebook page on Saturday.
Gamers get caught in a cliche-riddled crime drama along with enjoying some exceptional multiplayer mayhem in Visceral Games’ latest first-person adventure.
Bill Maher blasted “deeply stupid” far-left liberals on Friday for being too politically correct, criticizing hollywood elite for it’s reaction to designers Dolce and Gabbana’s comments on “synthetic” children.
Comedian Lewis Black said on “The Nightly Show” Tuesday that even the LSD he took in his youth couldn’t have prepared him for Republican Sen. Ted Cruz entering the 2016 presidential race.
Actress Taraji P. Henson apologized Friday for accusing police of racially profiling her son during a traffic stop in Southern California last year after newly released dash cam footage of the incident proved the claims were false.
“Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter” is a sad and lonely movie about a sad and lonely woman who embarks on an impossible quest for something that cannot possibly be real.
Scott Glenn has made a career out of facing the darkness. Perhaps it is little wonder, then, that the 74-year-old veteran of nearly 100 TV and movie roles over a 50-year career accepted the lead role of Eugene in “The Barber,” a suspense-thriller that opens Friday in the District.
Comedian Chelsea Handler has claimed in the newest issue of Esquire that Bill Cosby is “guilty” of the numerous sexual assault allegations against him, because “he tried to Cosby” her once about a decade ago.
Paul McCartney, Metallica and Sam Smith will be among 130 acts at this year’s Lollapalooza music festival in Chicago.
Billed as “Crash” for the Christian crowd, the faith-based film “Do You Believe?” from Pure Flix Entertainment — the company behind last year’s megasuccess “God’s Not Dead,” which cost just $2 million to make but grossed $62 million — offers a cast of big stars and bigger expectations.