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Before heading to the theater this weekend, check out the reviews of this week's new releases.
More than two decades after the release of "The Lion King," Disney is expanding the franchise with a TV movie and series, "The Lion Guard."
There was no red carpet at last night's world premiere of AOL’s “MAKERS: Once and For All,” the closing film of the DOC NYC festival – but Secret Service agents greeted attendees at the door. Presidential contender Hillary Clinton got...Show More Summary
It's MC Hammer vs. Janet Jackson in this holiday-special throwdown between the stars of "The Night Before."
Have Fitz and Liv finally fizzled?
The musician and author reads from her new memoir 'M Train.'
The "Matrix" star talks about her new role in the Marvel cinematic universe and why she thinks things are changing for the better in show business.
If you're looking for smooth dance moves and lyrics about mortgages and minivans, then check out "I Can't Be Your Boy (Cuz I'm a Grown Man)."
The comedian premiered the first trailer for her new film, "The Boss," on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" Thursday.
Where do things stand after the fall finale of the show's third season?
The British pop singer is counting on fans buying music the old-fashion way.
The "Orange Is the New Black" actress is set to play Glinda the Good Witch in NBC's "The Wiz Live!" musical.
With Golden Globe and Oscar nominations approaching, contenders are kicking into high gear—or, in actress Carey Mulligan’s case, high tea.
The song comes from the singer's fourth album, "Weighted Mind," out Jan. 29.
The filmmaker discusses the movie's toughest scene to make and defends the decision to split 'Mockingjay' into two parts.
Watch a scene from the upcoming movie.
The song leads off the group's "Felice Navidad" holiday EP.
SSR agent Peggy Carter is heading to Hollywood in the Season 2 teaser for "Marvel's Agent Carter."
"A Love Supreme: The Complete Masters" collects everything John Coltrane recorded Dec. 9-10, 1964.
For their second "Carpool Karaoke," the Canadian pop star and "Late Late Show" host go clothes shopping and sing along to Alanis Morissette's "Ironic."