A-Listers To Fill In As 91st Academy Awards Go On Without A Host SundayFor the first time in 30 years, the Oscars won't have a host. The academy says more than 50 celebrities will present awards during Sunday's show.
Man Claiming He Destroyed Donald Trump's Walk Of Fame Star Turns Himself InPresident Trump's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame was smashed to pieces Wednesday morning.
Wahlberg Says He Will Donate Re-Shoot Money To 'Time's Up' After BacklashThe actor earned $1.5 million to re-shoot the film “All the Money in the World," while his co-star Michelle Williams was paid less than $1,000.
'The Trend' With Rebecca Granet: LA Rams Wives Sabrina Britt & Asia Saffold"Hollywood & Football," which premieres Wednesday Nov. 30, 2016 at 9 p.m. E.T., follows the former St. Louis Rams and their families as they adjust to life in Los Angeles.
5 Best Places For Film Buffs In New YorkAlthough we're no Hollywood, NYC provides many opportunities for the avid film buff to entertain himself through museums, themed restaurants, trivia nights or even walking tours.
Best Winter Break Destinations In The U.S.A look at five of America's best winter break destinations for college students
NYPD Detectives Praised For Apprehending Man In Los Angeles AttackThe NYPD and the Queens District Attorney’s office praised three New York detectives Thursday, after they apprehended a man who had allegedly attacked a tourist in Los Angeles.
Off-Duty NYPD Detectives Subdue Suspect In Attack On Tourist In Los AngelesTwo off-duty NYPD detectives in Los Angeles on business apprehended a man suspected of stabbing a tourist Tuesday afternoon.
13 Books You’ll Want To Read Before They Hit The Big ScreenGrab some popcorn, dim the lights, and check out these eleven books before their hotly anticipated adaptations arrive at a theater near you.
5 U.S. Trips To Take With The Entire FamilyMany of the best family-friendly destinations are also among the most obvious.
'Boyhood' Leads Golden Globes, 'Grand Budapest' UpsetsHosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler wasted no time in skewering Hollywood's most tender subjects at the start of the awards show: the hacking of Sony Pictures over ``The Interview,'' the sexual assault allegations against Bill Cosby and television's rise as a cultural rival to movies.