This week, a rapper battles anti-Semitism allegations, a “Cake Boss” gets drunk, and ‘The Big Bang Theory’ loses a star.
The fiancee of Ebola victim Thomas Duncan has signed a book deal. Louise Troh’s memoir is scheduled to be released on April 28, and will tell about her life with Duncan.
Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels made another “Dumb & Dumber” film because fans asked for it, and the two actors said that making the sequel was more fun than the original.
Carol Ann Susi, the actress best known for voicing the unseen Mrs. Wolowitz on the hit CBS sitcom “The Big Bang Theory,” died on Tuesday after a brief battle with cancer.
Skateboarding is going airborne this fall with the launch of the first real commercially marketed hoverboard which uses magnetics to float about an inch off the ground.
A trial to end the nearly three-decade marriage between veteran television actor Stephen Collins and his wife is scheduled to begin Wednesday in Los Angeles.
‘A Very GRAMMY Christmas’ adds two new faces to brighten the holiday extravaganza.
It’s about to be a very Taylor Thanksgiving.
Former President George W. Bush formally kicks off release of his personal biography of his father with an event at his dad’s presidential library center at Texas A&M University.
The “Hollywood Film Awards” announce the first nine award winners this year, along with more celebrities scheduled to appear.
The Hollywood Film Awards, which has been held off-camera since 1997, will make its TV debut Friday as a two-hour special on CBS.
A team of animated Marvel characters rocketed past a group of astronauts at the weekend box office, but both new films landed in the $50 million range after three days.