The bloody World War II drama “Fury” blew past “Gone Girl” at theaters this weekend.
From the start, it’s clear “My Boyfriends’ Dogs” is more Disney than “Sex in the City.” It’s set in an old-fashioned, G-rated world where the most risque twist involves two secondary characters deciding on a live-in romance.
Bono’s cool factor with fans has likely taken a hit. Turns out, the U2 singer’s always-present sunglasses aren’t a fashion statement so much as a medical need — to help him deal with his decades-old glaucoma.
John Grisham, one of the world’s best-selling crime-fiction writers, has apologized after suggesting in a recent interview that the U.S. legal system should be softer on people who consume child pornography.
Just in time for Halloween, reviews of Walking Dead: The Complete Fourth Season, Godzilla, Grimm: Season Three, The Originals: The Complete First Season, From Dusk to Dawn: Season One, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: 40th Anniversary Collector’s Edition and Halloween: The Complete Collection.
The New York City medical examiner says Joan Rivers died from low blood oxygen during a medical procedure.
Those weary of annoying liberal chatter and America bashing in the comedy realm have a new alternative. That would be “Flipside”, a weekly half-hour broadcast dicing through politics and culture, but produced by a group of stalwart creatives who have some serious conservative underpinnings, with a few dashes of libertarianism.
Glenn Close has revealed that before she went on to become an award-winning actress, she spent most of her childhood growing up in communes with a religious cult.
A “war” between U.S. Marines and the Korean army has gone viral online, except the two sides battle it out with drums instead of rifles.
Elizabeth Pena, the versatile actress who shifted between dramatic roles in such films as “Lone Star” and comedic parts in TV shows like “Modern Family,” has died. She was 55.