Director Patty Jenkins’ live-action blockbuster about DC Comics’ famed Amazonian Princess moves to the ultra high-definition format.
Actress Jennifer Lawrence used an appearance at the Museum of Modern Art on Thursday night to raise a middle finger to critics of her movie “Mother!”
Jay-Z says President Trump is no match for the resiliency of the black community.
Veteran comedian and filmmaker Mel Brooks says political correctness is killing comedy and that some of his movies would never have been made in today’s climate.
The Chicago house featured in the opening credits of 1990s ABC sitcom “Family Matters” will be coming down to make way for a multi-family apartment unit.
Lady Gaga has written an emotional message to fans to mark of the release of her new Netflix documentary.
Comedian Jimmy Kimmel was so incensed Wednesday night over criticism of his health care commentary that he told Fox News Channel’s Brian Kilmeade to expect a fight when they next meet.
Daytime talk show host Ellen DeGeneres said Wednesday that she would never allow President Trump to be a guest on her show because she thinks he poses a threat to the country and to her personally.
When it comes to punk, no other band has the rock-steady reliability of X. Forty years in, the California quartet comprising Exene Cervenka, John Doe, Billy Zoom and D.J. Bonebrake has a touring schedule packed to the gills — including a stop at The State Theater in Church Falls, Virginia, Saturday.
Some 90 million people worldwide tuned in May 13, 1973, to watch 29-year-old Billie Jean King accept a challenge from 55-year-old Bobby Riggs, the loudmouth former men’s champ who claimed he could beat any woman in a tennis match — even the best one. The story of that fateful contest is recreated in the new film “Battle of the Sexes,” starring Oscar-winner Emma Stone as Ms. King and Steve Carell as the conceited, self-aggrandizing Riggs.