Twitter has long been part of the Hollywood swirl. Celebrities routinely use the messaging service as a marketing device. Then there are the VIPs who sometimes make news by tweeting out a random thought that proves offensive — Ashton Kutcher, we're looking at you.
Ed Burns broke into the public consciousness 20 years ago when he wrote, directed, produced and costarred in "The Brothers McMullen," an independent film comedy about Irish Americans in New York. Since then he has appeared in numerous other films, including "She's the One," "27 Dresses" and most...
The premiere of the rap biopic "Straight Outta Compton" went all gangsta on the Friday box office, riding strong reviews and favorable crowd reaction as parent studio Universal raced to an all-time box office record.
Jay Leno isn't on late night TV anymore, but he still has plenty of opinions about after-hours programming.
Jon Stewart said his final "Daily Show" adios on Thursday with a near-record audience.
He may have drawn boos at the first GOP primary debate on Thursday, but the ratings on Fox News prove that few can argue Donald Trump's star power.
With "American Idol" poised to wave goodbye next year, Fox executives are doubling down on "Empire" hit maker Lee Daniels.
Looks like "I Am Cait" is not turning into the smash hit that E! wanted.