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Comedian Ken Jeong, who plays the crazed Leslie Chow in "The Hangover Part III" argues that his role is more than a stereotype and has surprising depth. Jeong--a trained physician--could say the same about himself.
Scott Stewart has teamed up with “Sons of Anarchy” writer Vaun Wilmott to re-imagine the film "Legion" as a Syfy series called “Dominion.”
Tim Walker is famous for his fairytale-themed photographs starring models like Kate Moss and Stella Tennant. But the Englishman occasionally takes more restrained portraits, including this 2009 photo of designer Alexander McQueen, who took his own life in 2010.
This week at the multiplex, we've got racing renegades ("Fast & Furious 6," starring Vin Diesel and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson); the Wolfpack on the prowl ("The Hangover Part III," starring Bradley Cooper and Ed Helms): and a fantastical forest ("Epic," with voice work by Amanda Seyfried and Beyoncé Knowles).
Like many celebrities before her, Mariah Carey had a dress-splitting "wardrobe malfunction" on "Good Morning America" this morning. How can stylish non-celebrity women avoid similar mishaps?
A dozen years after "The Fast and the Furious" brought street racing, shredded tires and nitrous oxide to the mainstream cinema, the sixth installment is rolling out. "Fast & Furious 6," known by fans simply as FF6, began showing last night and provides the expected heavy doses of car chases, explosions, gunplay and extreme fisticuffs.
Magicians have been flooding the web with fake how-to videos so amateurs won't learn their secrets. As the magic-themed movie "Now You See Me" heads to theaters, here's a guide to exposing misleading magic tricks online.
Does the Obama Administration truly believe in freedom of the press? President Barack Obama gave a speech this week that dealt with that subject, but Jon Stewart of "The Daily Show" has some questions. He also has some jokes. Watch the clip.
Yesterday's decision by the Boy Scouts of America to lift the ban on gay youth was a historic step, but didn't it stop the prohibition on adult Eagle Scouts, scout leaders or parents, a move that left many civil rights activists unsatisfied.
Will Graham is losing his grip on time, space, the very fabric of his temporal and psychological realities.
When we left Rookie Blue, Season 3, everyone was trying to figure out where to go and what to do with their lives. On tonight's Season 4 premiere, we get some people moving - even if it's backwards.
Richard Koshalek quit his post as director of the Smithsonian’s Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden after the museum’s board of trustees failed to approve his $12.5 million plan to inflate a huge, translucent balloon up through the center of the museum.
Morgan Freeman appeared to fall asleep during a TV interview--but he has another explanation, and it involves Google.
Hell comes to Baltimore this weekend as thousands of headbangers descend on Charm City for Maryland Deathfest XI.
"Downloaded," a documentary film directed by Alex Winter, follows the rise and fall of Napster, one of the first music file-sharing services.
When the latest episode in the Fast & Furious saga opens tonight, audiences will be treated – or subjected – to an overload of explosions, plenty of high-speed chases, and sheet-metal-crushing crashes. Robert Nagle hopes moviegoers will also stop to take in the choreography.
If you want to change the world, and feel deeply fulfilled about doing it, you might think you need to give up your well-paid job and take another one at a charity or an NGO. That's not true.
Abercrombie & Fitch CEO Mike Jeffries has faced criticism after quotes from 2006 surfaced that some found exclusionary. Can a brand built on exclusivity stay relevant to a diverse new generation of tweens, teens and twentysomethings...
Jennifer Aniston plays a stripper with a heart of gold and a mission to smuggle marijuana in "We're the Millers." Will the movie get her career on a roll? Watch the trailer.
This weekend, the third installments of the summer’s most anticipated trilogies will go head to head: the comedy blockbuster “The Hangover Part III” and the indie romance “Before Midnight." Richard Linklater, director of "Before Midnight," talks about how his low-budget film accidentally became a franchise.