You'd have to make some significant script changes, or at least drink a lot of cocktails, to start confusing "Pitch Perfect 2" and "Ted 2." In addition to their many comedic, tonal and thematic differences, there's also that matter of their divergence at the box office.
When they're not worried about a bloodthirsty killer on the loose, the teenagers in MTV's new "Scream" show preoccupy themselves with a more esoteric concern: Can a horror property really be stretched out over 10 episodes?
Burning Man has attracted plenty of eclectic people over the years, including leading conservative thinker Grover Norquist, who attended last year and seemed generally enamored by what he saw.
When President Obama broke out in a not-quite-perfect rendition of “Amazing Grace” at the funeral of the Rev. Clementa C. Pinckney in Charleston, S.C., on Friday, he brought the room to its feet and resonated with a TV audience in a way you don't often see at political appearances.
In a weekend of box office bears, "Ted 2" is shaping up to be more of a cub.
On a rainy Saturday afternoon, Wednesday Martin, the author of the phenomenally popular and occasionally polarizing "The Primates of Park Avenue," was in a small children's museum in Bridgehampton, on the eastern end of Long Island.
James Horner, who died Monday in a plane crash, is responsible for a long body of acclaimed film work dating back more than three decades. But the prolific composer also has recently been working on a number of projects yet to be released.
After trekking hundreds of miles through fierce climates and villages filled with murderous bandits, the migrants had finally reached their destination.