The NBA released a festive video on Thursday that features the league’s best players rehearsing a rendition of “Jingle Bells” with their precision shooting.
Miles Scott, who was diagnosed with leukemia when he was 18-months-old, will strap on his most elegant Batman attire and take to the streets of Gotham, literally.
On Friday, Nov. 15, she dropped the music video for her single “What Now.” The video, filmed and directed by Darren Craig, Jeff Nicholas and Jonathan Craven of The Uprising Collective, is unlike most Rihanna videos, often filled with suggestive images and high production values, but it hits home harder than most.
The 2013 American Music Awards will be held Nov. 24, and in preparation of one of the industry’s biggest nights, here are the nominations for ‘Artist of the Year’ along with our predictions.
On the next episode, titled “Limbo,” Stephen takes his newfound powers for a joyride, prompting Jedikiah to reprimand Stephen and make sure that he never does it again.
Fans of “The Good Wife” are well aware that the agonizingly taunting relationship between Alicia and Will has come to an end, at least for the foreseeable future.
Netflix plans to enter the fresh prison series as a drama for next year’s Emmy and Golden Globes awards. That's odd.
Back in August, R&B singer Robin Thicke filed a lawsuit against the Gaye family, who claimed that the singer’s song “Blurred Lines” copied Marvin Gaye’s classic “Got to Give It Up.” The case hit a lull with no major developments, until now.
It’s Halloween, and what better way to get in the spirit than discussing the most recent developments on "American Horror Story: Coven?"
Lionsgate Entertainment has become a dominant force in the film industry. In the past decade, the studio has backed a handful of monster franchises, each of which have contributed generously to the company’s growth. Things look promising. But what happens when the taps run dry?
Creators Carter Bays and Craig Thomas, along with former “Up All Night” executive producer Emily Spivey, have pitched a female-led half-hour comedy called “How I Met Your Father," and there's more.
Perry’s fourth album, Prism, is No. 1 on the Billboard albums chart.
“Justified” will return for its fifth season in January, and as fans prepare for its big return, particular details from production help fans catch an early glimpse of what’s on the horizon.
To absolutely no one's surprise, the “50 Shades” film has suffered yet another setback.
The fictional news anchor, played by comedic genius Will Ferrell, could be the voice of a generation, and on Nov. 19, he’s dropping his autobiography, titled ‘Let Me Off at the Top!: My Classy Life and Other Musings.”