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Who were the best and worst dressed stars at the 2014 Oscars? Watch the video.
The slavery drama “12 Years a Slave” won best picture at the Academy Awards on Sunday, but it was the outer space spectacle “Gravity” that took home the most awards in a near-sweep of the evening’s technical categories.
Actor Jared Leto won the first of two awards for “Dallas Buyers Club” in the opening moments of the Academy Awards on Sunday, in a family-friendly ceremony marked by host Ellen DeGeneres’s gentle ribbing of nominees and an audience dance-off led by Pharrell Williams.
Ellen DeGeneres’s epic Oscar selfie is now the most retweeted tweet of all time.
If Daryl Dixon fans aren’t satisfied right now, they never will be. Here's our recap of tonight's "The Walking Dead."
Here's our recap of the latest "True Detective."
After months of campaigning and prognosticating, the 2014 Oscars are finally here. Follow along as we live-blog the show!
In strategic locations in the vicinity of the Oscars this weekend, the Los Angeles Police Department has placed cameras that can be monitored remotely for suspicious activity at the sprawling, crowded event.
A butt-kicking, mile-high Liam Neeson won out over history’s most famous pacifist in a tight race at the box office.
The chunky sweater has been having its fashion moment for a year now. Junya Watanabe and Rei Kawakubo's Comme des Garcons took the trend and made it art on Saturday. (Viktor & Rolf did, too, but went with an unchunky version). I couldn't...Show More Summary
Steve McQueen's "12 Years a Slave" took the top prize at this year's Film Independent Spirit Awards, held in a tent on the beach in Santa Monica on the eve of the Oscars.
This is David O. Russell's third time at the Oscars in four years, for his film "American Hustle." Some say this could be the year he brings home a statue, but if he's nervous, he's not showing it.
How Oscar nominee Lupita Nyong'o maintains a sense of calm amid the whirlwind of parties and events this week.
I like the corset lacing on the suits at Christian Dior today, but the problem with them is substantial. There's a huge disconnect between the fashion industry and the consumers it caters to.
A day after Tyler Perry hosted a special dinner celebrating black men in Hollywood, the filmmaker talked with Speakeasy about support within the African-American film community.
In case you've forgotten, the opening scene of "Hannibal" season two -- a nightmarish brawl between Hannibal Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen) and FBI bigwig Jack Crawford (Laurence Fishburne) -- should remind you that this incarnation of the cannibal psychiatrist is not what you've come to expect.
While filming his Oscar-nominated 2005 film, "Paradise Now" -- about suicide bombers -- Palestinian director Hany Abu-Assad became convinced there was a "traitor" in his crew, spying on him.
Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein are back in “Portlandia." Watch a video interview.
The Dalai Lama sat with the Journal for a video interview to discuss cultivating compassion in a materialistic society, how current relations are with China under President Xi Jinping, and whether there are plans for the selection of the next Dalai Lama.
Some movies and books aimed at kids mute their religious messages to lure mainstream audiences, but the new "Son of God" is going big with its Christian themes. Will the new movie be able to win over family audiences, despite critical pans?