Van Damme son gets probation term in Arizona knife incident

Oct 3, 2018

A son of actor Jean-Claude Van Damme has been sentenced to 18 months of probation after pleading guilty to disorderly conduct for holding his roommate at knifepoint at their apartment in Tempe, Arizona

Darren Criss readies festival celebrating musical theater

Oct 3, 2018

Darren Criss says adding "Emmy winner" to his name feels good since it "used to be Emmy loser"

A year after Weinstein, Hollywood is still soul-searching

Oct 3, 2018

A year after sex assault allegations against Harvey Weinstein surfaced, Hollywood is still soul-searching

Box office Top 20: 'Night School' is No. 1

Oct 1, 2018

Kevin Hart and Tiffany Haddish's "Night School" opened with $27.3 million in North American ticket sales, making it the first straight-up comedy to debut No. 1 at the box office since Melissa McCarthy's "The Boss" in April 2016

Haddish and Hart lead 'Night School' to No. 1 with $28M

Sep 30, 2018

Kevin Hart and Tiffany Haddish's "Night School" becomes the first straight-up comedy to top the box office in more than two years

Joe Masteroff, story writer for the musical 'Cabaret,' dies

Sep 29, 2018

Joe Masteroff, the Tony Award-winning story writer of the brilliant, edgy musical "Cabaret" and the touching, romantic "She Loves Me," has died at 98.

New York Film Festival opens 'The Favourite'

Sep 28, 2018

For a festival that prides itself on remaining outside of the fray, the 56th New York Film Festival kicked off with a royal feast of savagery and scheming: Yorgos Lanthimos' vicious 18th century tragicomedy "The Favourite"

Superman to The Fonz: Vintage lunchbox collection on sale

Sep 28, 2018

A veteran Cincinnati auctioneer has on display a baby boomer delight: hundreds of vintage lunchboxes

WWII remains buried 74 years after 'Bridge Too Far' battle

Sep 27, 2018

The remains of a U.S. Army paratrooper killed in World War II have been returned to his Pennsylvania hometown, 74 years after he died in the battle chronicled in the 1977 film "A Bridge Too Far."

Utah told to pay $475,000 in legal fees in 'Deadpool' case

Sep 27, 2018

A judge is ordering the state of Utah to pay $475,000 in legal fees after it lost a court fight over a law that banned serving alcohol during the superhero film "Deadpool"

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