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Comedian Mike Lawrence analyzes the summer's comic book superhero films.
While Vera Wang is best known for her sumptuous, intricate gowns for brides and red-carpet denizens, the clothes she wears day to day often toe the line between masculine and feminine, in neutral tones. The 100-plus employees at her corporate headquarters in Manhattan follow that monochromatic aesthetic.
Fiat is rolling out a "Gucci" version of its tiny 500 car. It comes with a number of luxury features, but is it worth the price premium of more than $7,000?
A U.K poster for the new Twentieth Century Fox film "The Heat" has come under fire for allegedly using a digitally-slimmed down image of actress Melissa McCarthy.
The telegenic Princess Madeleine is seen by her fellow Swedes as something of a maverick. She has cemented this image by marrying a British-born American and wearing wedding gown from a Italian designer Valentino.
Dragons are red-hot in pop culture right now. Will the first real glimpse of one of the legendary firebreathers in the new trailer for "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug" fire up fans of the movies?
The first teaser trailer of Naomi Watts in the biopic "Diana" has hit the Web. For most of the video, we only get glimpses of Princess Di -- from her handshake to her black heels, to her glamorous appearances on the red carpet.
The furor over the National Security Agency's data collection isn't splitting neatly along party lines. "The Daily Show" has some fun with that. Watch the clip.
Prolific music composer Hans Zimmer wrote the scores for two coming summer blockbusters:"Man of Steel" and "The Lone Ranger." He previews two tracks from "Man of Steel" exclusively on Speakeasy.
Kanye West doesn't just think of himself in musical terms--in a new interview, he compares his creative contributions to those of Apple founder Steve Jobs.
The NBC reality competition "The Voice" bid adieu to Sasha Allen and Amber Carrington who were eliminated from the competition.
The return of “Pretty Little Liars” is full of answers…sort of.
While “Homeland” fans are waiting for the Sept. 29 return of Showtime’s addictive thriller, they can catch up now on the Israeli TV series that inspired it. “Prisoners of War” is streaming on Hulu, where new episodes from the show’s second season are appearing on Tuesdays. (Subscribers to the paid service, Hulu Plus, can watch all 14 episodes immediately.)
The British folk-rock band Mumford & Sons have cancelled three sold-out concerts in its Summer Stampeded tour because bassist Ted Dwane needed emergency surgery for a blood clot on his brain.
Videogame console developers and publishers need to convince gamers that the hefty price tag on a new piece of hardware and its related products and services are worth it. Here are the top games that could keep players focused on consoles.
Workplace stress is making people sick and costing employers billions of dollars in lost productivity. Here are five ways to lower your stress levels at the office.
"Daily Show" correspondent John Oliver has stepped into the anchor's chair while Jon Stewart takes a break. Oliver wasted no time jumping into one of the nmost controversial stories of the moment, the National Security Agency scandal. Watch the clips.
The Last of Us is a video game about the zombie apocalypse that's surprisingly emotional.
How do you get your child to crack a book once in awhile? Jane O'Connor, the author of the bestselling "Fancy Nancy" series, answers that and more in a live video interview.
The Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) opened in California on Monday, with a slew of video game announcements and debuts. Here are the five most buzzed-about videogame releases for the Xbox One.