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What do football and fitness have to do with a life in the theater? For Broadway actor Rob Riley, the answer is simple: "Passion."
Hollywood gossip Perez Hilton says he's cleaning up his bullying ways. Does he deserve a second chance -- and does gossip have to be snarky to succeed?
Vampires may be one of the most popular current themes in entertainment, but movies that feature exorcisms and Satan give audiences the biggest scare.
Miley Cyrus' new "Who Owns My Heart" video finds her lying on a bed in a seedy room, trying on skimpy outfits and grinding with party-goers (male and female) on the dance floor. Is it too much, too soon, all over again for the 17-year-old Disney star?
After an exuberant tribute to pop princess Britney Spears last week, TV show "Glee" gave a starring role to God in a dramatic and unusually philosophical episode
What do Lady Gaga, Yoko Ono, Iggy Pop and Bloomingdale's have in common? This week: They are all singing John Lennon's praises. Well, Bloomingdale's isn't -- not exactly. While numerous events are planned around the world, there is a lot of merchandising, too. These clothes from Lyric Culture caught our eye.
The X Factor strikes a wrong note again. This time Cheryl Cole's choice of finalists gets tens of thousands of people hot under the collar.
Oscar-winning director displays a pragmatic approach to numerous thorny environmental issues after touring Canada's oil sands, which green groups likened to the fictional planet in his epic film.
Recording engineer-turned rock star Alan Parsons shines a light on the mysterious music-recording process in a new 3-disc DVD package
Britney Spears get the "Glee" treatment
Reuters photographer Brendan McDermid shares his experience covering New York Fashion Week, with the logistics of shooting backstage, the shows and everything in between.
Rock 'n' roll warriors Soundgarden venture to Hollywood to play their fourth gig since announcing a reunion at the end of last year.
Judi Dench and Ian McKellen are among 10 shortlisted actors in The Stage's public poll to decide who is the greatest actor ever to have trodden the boards
Jennifer Lopez and rocker Steven Tyler join "American Idol" as judges after months of fevered rumors. What will they bring to the TV talent contest -- and are they the best picks?
Some films are made on a $6 million budget, others with $60 million. Its the difference between long hours on set and sipping mai tais on the patio. Just ask "The Bang Bang Club" director, Steven Silver.
Forget about best actor awards or controversies about favoritism. The Toronto International Film Festival closing ceremony has a refreshingly ego-free feel to it. Toronto audiences apparently have pretty good taste too, if past winners of the People's Choice Award are anything to go by.
If there's one thing the media knows how to do at the Toronto International Film Festival, it's pestering filmmakers and stars with questions about Canada, Toronto, and the festival. But what happens when the media doesn't get the answer they want?
What's a film festival without a sponsor and a touch of left-wing dissent? Directors Michael Moore and Ken Loach cling to ideals.
Weighty Oscar hopefuls may get all the attention at the Toronto International Film Festival but "Midnight Madness" is the place to go for a touch of the absurd.
Zombie porn -- is it art?