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Angelina Jolie’s film “Unbroken,” about the life of the late WWII prisoner-of-war survivor Louis Zamperini, will be released on Blu-ray/DVD on March 24.
In the new film "Danny Collins," Al Pacino plays an aging rock star who decides one day to put a halt to his freewheeling lifestyle.
The pop stars open up about their tawdry pasts during a classic party game.
The jam band plans to hit the road this summer, as well as stage a three-day festival in upstate New York in August.
Seth Meyers welcomes Lena Dunham's "Girls" protagonist to the writers' room, and she's not exactly a breath of fresh air to the team.
Read Speakeasy's recap of FX's Cold War spy series "The Americans," season 3, episode 8, "Divestment"
Read Speakeasy's recap of "Empire's" season-one finale, which arguably seemed more like the beginning of season two.
Poet Patrick Phillips talks with Speakeasy about "Elegy Outside the ICU," a poem in his new collection, "Elegy for a Broken Machine."
The off-the-rails fantasy series gets another chance -- and another showrunner.
Producer Romeo Antonio shares details about the upcoming film.
The April 18th ceremony will also feature Patti Smith, Fall Out Boy and John Mayer as presenters.
What are we to make of the depiction of women in "The Maltese Falcon"?
Game Theory tries out "Battlefield Hardline," a new installment from Visceral Games and Electronic Arts.
Britain’s Prince Charles and his wife, Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, began the first full day of their U.S. trip by visiting historical monuments.
This week, a novel by Scholastic editorial director David Levithan, “Hold Me Closer: The Tiny Cooper Story,” hit bookstores. Read an excerpt.
SyFy's campy sequel is coming this July.
“Lost and Found” pairs a group of studio tracks from the original 1996 sessions with a smattering of live songs, including a version of “Bruca Manigua.”
Speakeasy's Game Theory tries out
Jon Stewart takes a funny, but sort of depressing look at his possible life after "The Daily Show."
Can't get enough basketball this March? Here are some hoops-themed movies that are streaming.