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James T. Kirk kicked Iron Man out of the box office captain’s chair, as “Star Trek Into Darkness” grossed an estimated $70.6 million its first weekend in theaters.
BY Experience, a live cinema, music and arts event company has donated high tech digital projection equipment to the the Lillian Booth Actors Home, an assisted living and nursing care facility in Englewood, New Jersey.
The Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw opened last month to great fanfare but no exhibitions for visitors to see. That all changed yesterday with the launch of its first temporary exhibition.
Amy Poehler returned to "Saturday Night Live" to mock the IRS scandal. The show also featured host Ben Affleck and musical guest Kanye West. Watch the clips.
“The Name of the Doctor” isn’t the important part of the season seven finale of “Doctor Who,” despite being the episode’s title. The episode is actually a loving and well crafted tribute to the history of the show as it leads up to celebrating its 50th anniversary.
Bad hair, bad clothes and songs so bad that they're good, welcome to Europe's crazy Eurovision Song Contest.
This week, actress Angelina Jolie shared the news with the world that she had recently had a preventative double mastectomy. Christina Braverman, a character in NBC's "Parenthood" played by actress Monica Potter, spent season four on the family drama series battling the very cancer Jolie aims to avoid with her surgery. A chat with the actress.
Europe's Eurovision Song Contest welcomes Saturday its usual mix of unusual contestants, which data group Nielsen predicts will have a larger audience than the 2013 Super Bowl. Frances Robinson assesses the finalists.
The "Rapture-Palooza" trailer has hit the web. Watch the clip.
The ABC sitcom "Modern Family" is hitting the USA Network in syndication and some cast members, including Sofia Vergara, Julie Bowen and Ariel Winter, strutted the red carpet at the network’s Upfront event Thursday in New York.
Sports TV personality and author Clare Balding shares her favorite books about animals.
Veteran gossip columnist Michael Musto, theater critic Michael Feingold and freelance food writer Robert Sietsema are all leaving The Village Voice, Voice Media Group announced Friday.
Rapper, entrepreneur, and Black Eyed Peas leader Will.i.am says in a video interview with the Wall Street Journal that streaming music services like Spotify and Google's just-announced music initiative are based on a flawed business model.
This week at the multiplex, we've got just one wide release: J.J. Abrams' "Star Trek Into Darkness," starring Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto as Captain Kirk and Mister Spock, respectively.
"Ender's Game" author Orson Scott Card has come out against same sex marriage. But the producers of the coming movie adapted from the book say the story is "about tolerance." They talk about the road to bring the book to the big scr...
Steve Carell made a much-anticipated cameo on last night's series finale of "The Office." Watch the complete episode.
Writer and director Mel Brooks said his aim in his work always was to please himself and he hoped the audience would enjoy it as well. Brooks, 86, is the subject of a new "American Masters" documentary called "Mel Brooks: Make a Noise," which will be broadcast nationwide on PBS stations starting Monday. Show More Summary
For fans anticipating a shocking and yes, scandalous season finale to “Scandal” you weren’t disappointed.
"Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" was a global hit at the box office and won four Oscars, including one for Best Foreign Language Film. Now, after years of waiting, a sequel is finally in the works.
Killer vs. killer. Hannibal vs. Tobias. Who wins?