A Los Angeles federal judge heard arguments but made no immediate ruling Tuesday on Harvey Weinstein's motion to dismiss a lawsuit brought by Ashley Judd, alleging that the disgraced producer tried to have the actress blackballed in Hollywood as retaliation for rejecting his sexual advances.
The two-night Creative Arts Emmy Awards conclude Sunday evening at the Microsoft Theater with awards in 43 categories to be presented, including as outstanding host for a reality or reality competition program.
Embattled CBS Chairman Les Moonves was expected to resign Sunday or early Monday, several national news organizations reported at mid-morning, as the #metoo cultural movement claimed an industry titan.
Horror movie "The Nun" was the top draw in North American movie theaters this weekend, extending a remarkable string of recent successes by Warner Bros., industry watchers said.
Burt Reynolds, the mustachioed heart-throb of 1970s cinema who won acclaim in "Deliverance" and a host of awards later in his career for "Boogie Nights," died on Thursday, his family announced.
Roseanne Barr said in remarks published Tuesday that she hopes to be living in Israel and studying the Torah when "The Conners" hits the airwaves without her this fall.
Fans queued en masse Tuesday to pay their respects to legendary US singer and "Queen of Soul" Aretha Franklin, whose body lay in a golden casket dressed in a ruffled red dress and matching heels in Detroit.
"Crazy Rich Asians" remained the number one movie in North America this weekend, and an analyst said its performance might help bring the romantic comedy genre back in favor with Hollywood moviemakers.
A star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame will be unveiled Monday honoring Grammy-winning song parodist "Weird Al" Yankovic.
The critically acclaimed "Crazy Rich Asians" romanced its way to the top of the North American box office in its debut weekend, out-dueling a prehistoric shark, according to final figures released Monday.