Remember meForgot password?
Top News: Entertainment

'The Voice' Season 8, Week 1: Let the singing begin... Special

Sixteen lucky vocalists helped to kick off the 8th season of the hit singing competition show with a bang. The gifted singers, who impressed Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Pharrell Williams and Christina Aguilera, talk about their debut on 'The Voice.'

Review: ‘Big News from Grand Rock’ has funny consequences Special

‘Big News from Grand Rock’ is a low-key comedy about a newspaper reporter who tries to save his paper with fake stories only to discover one of them may have been closer to the truth than he thought.

Death from cigarettes: Leonard Nimoy died urging others to quit

The death of Leonard Nimoy at 83 today highlights the dangers of cigarettes and in his final year Mr. Spock came to regret the decades he smoked. Diagnosed with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) last year, he soon began urging others to quit.

Review: 'Isuca' EP 6 feels like a mix between 'Persona 4' and 'Fate/Zero'

Sakuya finally opens up in the latest episode of "Isuca" as she spills the beans on her troubled past and the disappearance of her parents.

Blu-ray/DVD Essentials: The truth behind 'Horrible Bosses 2'

Jason Bateman, Charlie Day and Jason Sudeikis return as three would-be entrepreneurs who kidnap an investor’s son and ransom him for control of their company in 'Horrible Bosses 2.' The filmmakers and the cast talk about the making of the hit comedy.

Leonard Nimoy dead at 83

Los Angeles - Leonard Nimoy, the American actor and director best known for his portrayal of Spock on 'Star Trek,' passed away Friday. He was 83.

Review: 'GARO — The Animation' EP 20 sheds light on Octavia's tragic past

Octavia, Mendoza's loyal assistant, proves that she is by no means a pushover in the latest episode of "GARO: The Animation."

Review: Rom com narrator does opposite of ‘Playing it Cool’ Special

‘Playing it Cool’ is an ambitious rom com starring Chris Evans and Michelle Monaghan about a commitment-phobic bachelor who finally finds his ideal match only to learn she’s the one that’s hard to get.

Review: 'Shirobako' EP 20 shows that working in anime has its downs

Tensions become heated to extremely volcanic between employees over a difference of work ethic in the latest episode of "Shirobako"

Review: 'Your Lie In April' EP 19 teaches the great value of hard work

Hard work and perseverance to get where you want to go in life is the theme in the latest episode of "Your Lie In April."

Review: 'Saekano' EP 7 prepares for a major throwdown with a big rival

The latest episode of "Saekano: How To Raise A Boring Girlfriend" introduces a new situation that has high stakes for Blessing Software at Summer Comiket.

'Focus' will take over as box office slows down

It is now time for the box office to focus once again as the Oscars are over. "Focus" will take down "Fifty Shades of Grey" this weekend.

Review: 'KanColle' EP 8 introduces the enchanting Yamato

The newly introduced Yamato shows her goods in more ways than one against the Abyssal Fleet in the latest episode of "KanColle."

Review: 'Assassination Classroom' EP 2 — English Dubbed Version

The second episode of "Assassination Classroom" teaches us that improving your baseball pitch is the same as improving your preferred method of assassination.

Madonna falls at the Brit Awards 2015

Singer Madonna performed live at the 2015 Brit Awards on Wednesday evening, and she ended up falling down during the performance.

Review: 'The Testament of Sister New Devil' EP 8 is 'sexual harassment'

Maria proves herself and reminds everybody on why she is the naughtiest of them all in the latest episode of "The Testament of Sister New Devil."

TV ad for 'world's thinnest phone' banned for objectifying women

The UK Advertising Standards Authority has ruled that a TV advert for the "world's thinnest phone" should be banned for objectifying women owing to its strong usage of sexually suggestive scenes.

Alberta screenwriter spins ink into gold Special

Calgary - Alberta screenwriter and filmmaker Aaron James Sorensen has reportedly become the first Canadian to sell a script on spec, a deal that's virtually unheard of in the country's movie industry.

Fifty Shades of Grey inspires pleasure acts and sexual assaults

As Fifty Shades of Grey grosses billions of dollars in revenue, the film is also in news for other reasons. From a woman caught masturbating inside the theater to a sex assault case, the film continues to hold the erotic side of human imagination.
  1 2 3 4 5 6 ... 7 Next»
Top News: Entertainment
Post news and get paid»
Entertainment Video
Latest News
Top News