Scarlett Johansson defended John Travolta on Thursday, calling the actor "a class act" and denouncing the image of the two on the Academy Awards red carpet as "an unfortunate still-frame" that doesn't reflect a "totally sweet and totally welcome" encounter.
What would Elvis want? To be back in Las Vegas, no doubt, says the man whose company owns the King's image and music and operates his Graceland home in Tennessee.
Actor Will Patton, of the movies "Remember the Titans" and "Armageddon" and the current TNT series "Falling Skies," has been charged with driving under the influence in his native South Carolina.
An assistant director on an ill-fated Gregg Allman biographical movie will stand trial separately from three of her bosses charged in a deadly train crash in southeast Georgia.
TV is Lady Gaga's new platform: After an impressive performance at the Oscars, the singer announced she will join the cast of "American Horror Story."
It's going on Saturday and Sunday at the Macon Centerplex.
Vanilla Ice has been charged with breaking into and stealing from an abandoned home that is in foreclosure in Florida.
Video shows former Olympian Bruce Jenner rear-ended two cars, pushing one into oncoming traffic in a fatal Malibu wreck that is under investigation, a law enforcement official told The Associated Press on Wednesday.
Rapper Afroman has been arrested for simple assault after police say he punched a female fan on stage during a concert in Biloxi.
Television viewers in 10 U.S. markets are now able to watch their local NBC stations live on computers and mobile devices — if you're a paying customer.
Singer Nicki Minaj says two members of her tour have been stabbed in Philadelphia, one of them fatally.
A court has delayed a hearing on concerns about community serve done by Lindsay Lohan as part of her sentence in a reckless driving case.
The Metropolitan Opera has commissioned Nico Muhly to compose "Marnie" for its 2019-20 season, based on Winston Graham's 1961 novel that was adapted into an Alfred Hitchcock movie.
Academy Award winner Michael Douglas will receive the George Eastman Award for his contributions to the film industry.
Cyndi Lauper, Toby Keith and Grateful Dead's Jerry Garcia will be inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in June.
The 2015 Essence Festival will feature Kendrick Lamar, Mary J. Blige, Erykah Badu, comedian Kevin Hart, Common and Trombone Shorty, among others, on its main stage at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans.
The newest winner of TV's "So You Think You Can Dance" is ready for his Broadway close-up.
Two members of the punk provocateur band Pussy Riot have released a new music video dedicated to Eric Garner, an unarmed man who was killed when a New York City police officer put him in a fatal chokehold.
More than 20 years after his death, there is still plenty of news about Dr. Seuss.
The Barefoot Contessa says in a lawsuit that a California company sold unauthorized look-alikes of her frozen dinners.
Mardi Gras 2015 is officially over and the last tipsy revelers in New Orleans have been cleared from city streets.
An independent movie starring John Travolta is going to be shot in central Ohio.
It's been more than three decades since his landmark goal became the centerpiece of the U.S. Olympic hockey team's Miracle on Ice. For 60-year-old Mike Eruzione, it still seems like only yesterday.
Defense attorneys are set to present their first full day of testimony Wednesday in the trial of a former Marine accused of fatally shooting two men including the author of "American Sniper."
Two New York philanthropists are donating a major collection of more than 300 ancient Greco-Roman and Near-Eastern glass vessels to The Israel Museum in Jerusalem.
Teens must now be accompanied by adults at night in a Florida mall where youths mobbed a movie theater after they were barred from seeing the R-rated movie "Fifty Shades of Grey."
A former North Dakota college football player who was kicked off his team after kissing a man has been given probation for stalking billionaire David Geffen.
CBS says a lawsuit filed by a black former soap opera actress accusing it of retaliating against her for advocating the casting of more black actors is meritless.
Smartphone maker BlackBerry has revived a legal battle against a startup co-founded by Ryan Seacrest, saying its iPhone keyboard rips off the design from BlackBerry phones' physical keyboards.
Organizers of the Firefly Music Festival in Delaware have announced this year's lineup but are still working to finalize a third headliner.
Ethel Smyth's "The Wreckers," a century-old opera about a Cornish fishing village whose residents plunder ships, will be given its U.S. staged premiere at the annual Bard SummerScape festival.
A federal agency on Tuesday called for additional training and safety instructions for crew members of the long-running TV show "Cops" in response to the shooting death of an audio technician last summer in Omaha.
Veteran MTV executive Van Toffler says that he's leaving the network where he's worked for almost 28 years.
HBO says it has picked up two more seasons of John Oliver's "Last Week Tonight," which puts to rest any thought that Oliver would return to Comedy Central to replace Jon Stewart on "The Daily Show."
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Drake's surprise album has set records on Spotify.
Darren Criss is going from singing on TV to singing on Broadway.
Al Haymon's "Premier Boxing Champions" series is adding more fights on traditional broadcast television.
The museum that houses the National Toy Hall of Fame announced Tuesday the creation of the World Video Game Hall of Fame to recognize the impact games like "Pong" and "Grand Theft Auto" have on culture and society.
Movita Castaneda, the dark-haired actress who met Marlon Brando on a movie set and later married him and had two of his children, has died.
Popular Mexican soap opera and movie actress Lorena Rojas has died of cancer at age 44.
Joey Stuckey, Macon’s music ambassador, will be travelling to London for a 10 day tour in just a few weeks. The tour will include a two-day conference for visually impaired musicians on March 10 and 11. Joey will be performing and speaking during the conference. His single, ‘Blind Man Drivin’ will be released at the trendy Ivey House in London on March 12.
A lawyer for Roman Polanski says the filmmaker will attend a Polish court hearing concerning a U.S. request for his extradition over a 1977 sex crime.
Andy Warhol's "Factory" is going digital.
A Swiss museum that accepted the bequest of a massive trove of long-hidden art from the late German collector Cornelius Gurlitt says efforts to research the works and process restitution cases are being delayed by a dispute over Gurlitt's will.
Mardi Gras revelers are awaking to cold temperatures and light rain in New Orleans.
Iran's supreme leader has criticized the film "American Sniper," saying the movie about a U.S. soldier fighting in Iraq encourages violence against Muslims, a state-run newspaper reported Tuesday.
Prosecutors showed a Texas court a videotaped confession by a former Marine who apologized for fatally shooting "American Sniper" author Chris Kyle and his friend in 2013.