This summer's scary shark movie took a bigger bite out of the box office than expected, as "The Meg" opened with what one analyst called "a much bigger than expected" $44.5 million debut.
The world debut and preview of an international museum exhibit about the 14-year old who conceived electronic television 1922 will be Saturday, August 11, at the Paley Center in Beverly Hills. The Philo Farnsworth Exhibit thehistoryoftv.com contains never-before displayed relics of the invention of television.
LeBron James will be among the executive producers of a three-part documentary series on the changing role of athletes, focusing on NBA players, scheduled to premiere on Showtime in October.
Apple on Monday deleted most of the podcasts of the far-right conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, while Facebook removed four of his online pages which the social media platform accused of "glorifying violence."
Robert Redford, the screen legend and Oscar winner, has announced that he's retiring from acting at the grand old age of 81, with upcoming movie "The Old Man & The Gun" his last gig in front of the camera.
The latest Tom Cruise "Mission Impossible" movie enjoyed a second weekend at the top of the box office race, with $35 million in weekend sales projected Sunday.
Stage, screen and television actress Charlotte Rae, best known for portraying housekeeper Edna Garrett on "Diff'rent Strokes" and the spinoff sitcom "The Facts of Life," has died at her Los Angeles home at the age of 92.
USC's Annenberg School of Journalism announced Wednesday it has temporarily suspended the name of the Julie Chen/Leslie Moonves and CBS Media Center while Moonves, CBS' chief executive, is being investigated for allegations of sexual harassment involving his tenure at the network.
Mary Carlisle, a 1930s film starlet who shared the screen with notables including Bing Crosby, Will Rogers and Greta Garbo, died Wednesday at the Motion Picture Television Fund retirement community in Woodland Hills.
Los Angeles County prosecutors declined several months ago to file charges against embattled CBS Chief Executive Officer Les Moonves, who was accused by an acquaintance of sexual abuse in the 1980s, a document released Tuesday shows.