Julie Chen hosts “CBS Summer Preview,” the networks’s first digital special highlighting its original summer programming, now available on demand on multiple platforms.
The Force is strong with Electronic Arts. The video game publisher heavily focused on its forthcoming “Star Wars” games during a briefing Monday at E3 in Los Angeles.
Nathan Drake is back in action. Sony capped off its game-filled E3 briefing Monday night with a bullet-riddled demonstration of “Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End.”
“Jurassic World,” the fourth film in the dinosaur series, became the highest global opener of all time with a staggering $511.8 million in its first few days in theaters.
This week, there’s a new co-host in town and a rapper’s homophobic tweets get her replaced.
Pharrell Williams’ push for measures that prevent climate change is picking up more momentum as he asks leaders to create greener jobs and save the planet in a recent video.
Ruby Rose, an Australian television personality, is breaking into one of this culture’s streaming phenomenons, “Orange Is the New Black.”
Hemsworth, a.k.a Thor, will play the receptionist in the film. #whoyougonnacall
Christopher Lee, the prolific, aristocratic British actor who brought dramatic gravitas to the low-budget thrills of Hammer Studios’ horror films, has died at age 93.
Carrie Underwood got three wins at the country music awards show on Wednesday, including her fourth consecutive video of the year victory for “Something In the Water.”
Marriott said that it will offer guests access to Netflix’s streaming video service in hotel rooms. Users will be able to sign into their existing accounts through a special app.
Here are seven other sports stars that actually jumped from the small screen to the silver screen and made us laugh until it hurt.