The B-list rules Hollywood's fall and holiday movie season: Bond, Bella and Bilbo.
Friends and admirers of Marvin Hamlisch, including Bill Clinton and Ann-Margret, gathered Tuesday in New York City to bid farewell to the celebrated songwriter hailed as "the people's composer."
The Venice Film Festival says U.S. director Paul Thomas Anderson's "The Master" will be the 18th film competing for its coveted Golden Lion award.
Spike Lee worked with Michael Jackson and considered him a friend, but the director said even he learned a lot combing through footage of the icon for a planned documentary about the singer's "Bad" album.
"The Hunger Games" has bagged an Academy Award winner.
Liev Schreiber will never forget the beautiful white bird that showed up mysteriously during a performance of "Othello."
The bittersweet musical "Once" captured the hearts of Tony Award voters on Sunday night, winning eight trophies and earning bragging rights as the top musical on Broadway, even as most shows came away with at least something to crow about.
Once upon a time, a quirky film made on a shoestring turned into an unlikely Oscar-winner and, even more improbably, a Broadway show.
Arthur Miller's 63-year-old masterpiece "Death of a Salesman" has won the Tony Award for best play revival.