The newly revived Star Wars franchise is going in a lot of different directions thanks to becoming yet another arm of The Walt Disney Company, and its first spinoff has just cast its lead actress.
The 42nd Annual Student Academy Awards presentation will be held on Friday, September 18.
Katy Perry‘s highly successful Prismatic World Tour is coming to your living room via Epix.
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is stepping back into the action thriller game with his new film San Andreas.
Comedy superstar Kevin Hart‘s international box office success has translated into a different kind of gold, as he’s now the recipient of this year’s CinemaCon Comedy Star of the Year Award.
Ultron’s got it out for humanity in this latest Avengers trailer
To call District 9, the first feature from South African filmmaker Neill Blomkamp, a surprise when it was released back in 2009 would be a gross understatement.
The show biz comedy is coming to home video/VOD this month.
Billie Holiday’s influence on jazz and blues will be felt at the Apollo in April.
Pusha T’s collaboration with Swedish producer Ishi is the first single from an upcoming EP
Will Smith is one of the few remaining “movie stars” in the business.
Kevin Costner’s swinging for the fences when it comes to films that address race relations in the United States. Between this and “McFarland, USA,” he’s poised to play guardian angel for African-Americans and Latinos at a crossroads in their lives.
UK band Rudimental has been making a lot of noise in the EDM/dance scene since their debut album “Home” was released back in 2013.
Skriplo brought the ultimate dance party to The Garden
It’s very surprising that a proper cinematic biopic about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., one of the most important figures in the American Civil Rights Movement, hasn’t been made before.
The premise of the original “Horrible Bosses,” released back in 2011, was chock full of that special comedy lightning in a bottle: take three dumb but motivated office desk jockeys who have bosses that fall somewhere between condescending, ruthless, and just plain awful, stick them in a bar together where they jokingly mull over the […]
“Selma,” the latest film from writer/director Ava DuVernay, had its first screening in New York Monday night for influencers, Academy members and press.
British R&B songstress succeeds in first NYC stop on her world tour
FlyLo and ‘Salad Fingers’ animator bring someone’s lighthearted nightmare to life