As soon as word broke that "The Interview" will hit some theaters, celebrations erupted across social media -- including from the stars of the film.
Casey Kasem's burial in Oslo, Norway, has not calmed a long-running family feud.
The podcast "Serial" is wrapping up its first season on Thursday as a bona fide success.
Joe Cocker, the British blues-rock singer known for his raspy voice, is dead at 70.
Here's a look at the life of Sir Elton John, award-winning singer, composer, and pianist.
From Reign Aston to Royal Reign, these are the most unique celebrity baby names of 2014.
As National Lampoon's "Christmas Vacation" turns 25, we take a look at where the cast is now.
Sir Elton John and David Furnish are now husband and husband.
Madonna releases six songs off her new album 'Rebel Heart' after early versions of her songs were leaked online.
With a buzzworthy performance, Steve Carell brings the Boo Radley of a CNN reporter's childhood back to life in "Foxcatcher."
For his final episode of "The Colbert Report," Stephen Colbert signed off with a star-filled sing-a-long.
Perhaps there are still people asking, "Craig Ferguson who?" Too bad. "Late Late Show's" host ends run Friday.
George Clooney tried to rally support for Sony in the midst of a severe cyberattack on the studio, but says he couldn't find anyone to stand with him.
Celebrities expressed their outrage at Sony Picture's decision to cancel plans to release "The Interview" on Christmas Day on Twitter.
On Thursday night, Stephen Colbert -- the pugnacious, "nation"-inspiring champion -- will host his last "Colbert Report" on Comedy Central.
Movie theaters intending to screen "Team America: World Police" instead of "The Interview" have had to change their plans.
Spider-Woman has never been one of the major characters in comic books, but Marvel hopes that she will make a splash with her new look.
The National Film Registry has added 25 more titles, including "The Big Lebowski" and "Saving Private Ryan."
"7th Heaven" star Stephen Collins has admitted to inappropriate sexual contact with three female minors, People reports.
Could the Netflix model work for a movie theater chain? AMC Theaters will test that out.
It's been 25 years since the first episode of "The Simpsons" aired on Fox on December 17, 1989.
Evangeline Lilly is in three of the highest-profile movies of recent years. But Lilly's heart is really in writing.
There's another casting rumor going around about "Suicide Squad," and this one involves Viola Davis.
Meet KAO=S, a band of spellbinding musicians fusing Japanese cultural icons against a backdrop of rock and musical theater.
Get to know the name Craig Wayne Boyd -- he's officially music's newest "Voice."
Bill Cosby's family is rallying around the embattled comedian. On Tuesday, his daughter released a statement of support.
Norman Bridwell, the creator of "Clifford the Big Red Dog," has died, according to his publisher, Scholastic.
Drumroll, please: The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has announced its 2015 class of honored musicians.
There was a time when Thursday night on NBC was truly "must-see TV" -- thanks to comedies. No longer: starting midseason, NBC will program dramas.
Terrence Malick's next project, "Knight of Cups," will apparently turn the filmmaker's lens on Hollywood itself.
D'Angelo releases first album in 14 years, "Black Messiah."
75 years after its premiere at Atlanta's Loews Grand Theater on December 15, 1939, "Gone With the Wind" retains its hold on the popular imagination.
Barbara Walters' pick for the most fascinating person of 2014 is interestingly a celebrity who shuns such a spotlight.
With excitement building over "Jurassic World," here's a look at some other 1990s dinosaur movies that won't be coming to a theater anytime soon.
Samuel L. Jackson is calling out all celebs who participated in the Ice Bucket Challenge to take another stand.
Ever wonder what life holds for Bilbo Baggins beyond the Shire? Welcome to "The Office: Middle Earth."
Angelina Jolie has chickenpox and is 'heartbroken' that she will miss the premiere of the movie "Unbroken," which she directed.
Because when you're Taylor Swift, Aretha Franklin sings you happy birthday.
Bill Cosby's image and bankroll have taken a hit from allegations by accusers who say he drugged, sexually assaulted them.
Fans of Veronica Roth's "Divergent" trilogy get a sneak peek of the film's sequel, "Insurgent."
Model Beverly Johnson says Bill Cosby's reputation was a secret in Hollywood for decades, one she wished she knew when he allegedly drugged her in the 1980s.
Model Beverly Johnson has accused Bill Cosby of drugging her in a meeting at his Manhattan home in the 1980s.
It's as if the other Bill Cosby never existed. The admired Cosby of many years has been almost forgotten amid the allegations against him.
Viola Davis received nods for her performance in the TV drama "How to Get Away With Murder," but "Scandal" actress Kerry Washington was shut out.
In honor of the one-year anniversary of her groundbreaking self-titled work, Beyonce opens up like never before with a new short film.
Oh, to be a fly on the wall when this photo of Angelina Jolie and Amy Pascal was taken.
"Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens" director J.J. Abrams has come up with a nostalgic way to reveal the names of the movie's characters.
"Birdman" flew high at the nominations for the 72nd Golden Globes.
The nominees for the 72nd annual Golden Globes were announced Thursday. Here's a look at the major categories.
Bill Cosby probably wasn't happy with Wednesday night's "South Park." Neither were police officers and the Washington Redskins.
In the new trailer for "Mad Max: Fury Road," the world is almost out of water, everyone's gone out of their mind -- and it all looks amazing.
Ken Weatherwax, who played Pugsley on the 1960s TV show "The Addams Family," has died, according to the Ventura County Coroner's Office. He was 59.
The new biblical epic from director Ridley Scott, "Exodus: Gods and Kings," has an epic race problem.
Two movies that pushed limits -- "Boyhood" and "Birdman" -- were among the leaders for the 21st Annual SAG Awards nominations.
The nominations for the 21st annual Screen Actors Guild Awards are in.
The just-released trailer for 2015's "The Little Prince" is rather magnifique.
Cuba Gooding Jr. has been cast as O.J. Simpson in the new FX anthology miniseries "American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson."
Mary Ann Mobley, who was the first Mississippian to be crowned Miss America, has died. She was 77.
When Rachel Frederickson won season 15 of "The Biggest Loser," her new look was met with criticism. She's now speaking out on the controversy.
Thirty-four years after his friend and songwriting partner John Lennon was shot and killed, Paul McCartney still remembers the jolt of his death.
George Lucas recently told Page Six that he hasn't watched the teaser for "The Force Awakens."
Before there was a "Man of Steel," there was the story of his ancestors and his home planet, Krypton.
Green Day's Jason White has tonsil cancer, the band reported on its website.
"CNN Heroes: An All-Star Tribute" airs Sunday, December 7, at 8 p.m. ET.
Herpetologist Paul Rosolie generated hype ahead of his attempt to be eaten whole by a giant green anaconda on "Eaten Alive."
James Franco and Seth Rogen are going above and beyond for their new movie.
J.K. Rowling has an early Christmas treat for Harry Potter fans. Readers will get 12 days of new writings by Rowling "and even a potion or two."
Los Angeles police are investigating a sexual assault claim against Bill Cosby, a police spokeswoman said Friday.
Roger Ebert, who was seldom at a loss for words, is remembered as a movie critic that everyone could relate to.
"Parks and Recreation" star Aziz Ansari created "Ghost Plane" while bored on a flight Sunday.
Andrew Keegan has started a new age temple and spiritual movement in Venice, California.
Mark Wahlberg is asking for a pardon for a 1988 crime.
The Grammys may have taken a slow, piecemeal route in issuing nominations Friday, but Beyonce, Taylor Swift, Sam Smith and U2 were very much up to speed.
Several of those accusing Bill Cosby of sexual misconduct have a Playboy connection.
A documentary about timeless Backstreet Boys is slated for release January 30.
Although "Peter Pan Live!" garnered some praise, some critics and viewers concluded they were right to worry that it wouldn't fly.
Actress Misty Upham died from blunt force injuries to her head and torso, the King County Medical Examiner said.
"Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer," the longest-running holiday special, still has a very shiny nose.
Benedict Cumberbatch confirmed for title role in "Doctor Strange" and Ryan Reynolds will reprise his role as "Deadpool" in a solo film
Bill Cosby should meet accusers in court or set aside $100 million to settle claims, lawyer Gloria Allred says.
Jennifer Lawrence isn't just an Oscar-winning actress. She's now a chart-climbing singer, too.
Arnold Schwarzenegger is, uh, back, thanks to the new "Terminator: Genisys" trailer.
If you want more "Frozen," plan to see "Cinderella" in March.
Mariah Carey's tardiness forced NBC to cancel her live holiday performance at Rockefeller Center Tuesday night.
The past is new again for agent 007: The next James Bond film will be called "Spectre."
Born in apartheid South Africa to a black mother and a white father, comedian Trevor Noah says he was 'born a crime.'
Ian McLagan, a keyboardist who played on records by such artists as the Rolling Stones, Lucinda Williams, Bruce Springsteen and the Faces, died Wednesday.
RHOA cast member Todd Tucker's mother, Sharon Tucker, has died. Todd Tucker is married to Kandi Burruss.
The court of public opinion has hardly been supportive of Bill Cosby, but the 77-year-old comedian still has his defenders, including Jill Scott.
Lady Gaga talks to Howard Stern about the sexual abuse women can face in the music industry.
The Internet is a vast and seemingly limitless space, but it's no match for PSY.
Yet another woman has come forward accusing comedian Bill Cosby of sexual assault.
"Sons of Anarchy" has decided to go out with a bang, killing off a major character in the next-to-last episode.
Stephen Colbert weighs in on the debate about the new "Star Wars" lightsaber, coming to its defense with an expert analysis.