The comedy troupe behind the cult hit "Super Troopers" has launched a crowd-funding campaign to help bankroll a sequel.
If Ryan Reynolds hadn't gone backpacking in Europe in the late 1990s, he might have never ended up co-starring with Helen Mirren in the film "Woman in Gold."
The University of Dayton will give actor Martin Sheen an honorary degree in recognition of his activism for peace, social justice and human rights.
Vin Diesel, who named his newborn in honor of late friend and longtime co-star Paul Walker, says his participation in the child's birth was all because of some advice Walker once gave him.
A posthumous memoir by Nelson Mandela, recounting his time as South Africa's first democratically elected president, is scheduled to be published around the world next year.
Three women who allege Bill Cosby sexually assaulted them decades ago say in a court filing that he doesn't have a right to lie and hide behind the statements of his representatives to have their defamation lawsuit dismissed.
The U.S. premiere of the fifth season of "Game of Thrones" will be held at a palatial building in San Francisco, aptly suited for the television show about a mythical kingdom.
Hip-hop icon Snoop Dogg is teaming up with "Menace II Society" director Allen Hughes to develop a new TV series about 1980s Los Angeles.
Country star Jason Aldean has married former "American Idol" contestant Brittany Kerr.
Sean Penn's "The Gunman" was no match for the rebel kids of "Insurgent."
Stephen King says Maine Gov. Paul LePage should "man up and apologize" after the governor claimed the author has moved away and doesn't pay income taxes in Maine.
The "Glee" series finale delivered glorious news that William McKinley High School is being turned into an arts school and that Will Schuester, who started its glee club way back in 2009, will become its principal.