Dwayne Johnson has long been rumored to play a character in Warner Bros' rapidly expanding DC movie universe.
Although the general public may be embracing the LGBT community more these days, it doesn't look like Hollywood is keeping up.
Beverly Hills police want Justin Bieber to "take the bull by the horns" and tone down his house parties.
Eddie Vedder has a message for his critics: "Imagine." He sang the John Lennon song in response to criticism over his anti-war views.
Robert Downey Jr. is once again the most highly paid actor in Hollywood, according to Forbes magazine.
Actress Skye McCole Bartusiak, who played Mel Gibson's daughter in "The Patriot," died Saturday at her home in Houston, her mother said. She was 21.
Netflix is having a moment. Its series, such as "House of Cards" and "Orange Is the New Black," picked up 31 Emmy nominations. Wall Street approves
The "Monty Python Live (Mostly)" show -- which concluded Sunday -- was vintage Python in many ways.
J.J. Abrams has given "Star Wars" fans something new to geek out about, and better yet, it's for a good cause.
On Saturday, two stars from "Facts of Life" got together for a long overdue TV reunion.
It looks like Kanye West's new wife is rubbing off on him.
Every single episode of "The Simpsons" is going online, fully searchable.
Farrah Franklin, whose claim to fame is five months backing up Beyonce in the band Destiny's Child, was charged with disorderly conduct Sunday.
We had joy. We had fun. We had loathing. 1974 stands out for its bad-song production, but 1974 is often ranked as the best year for movies since 1939.
Singer Adam Levine has married an Angel -- of the Victoria's Secret variety, that is. He wed model Behati Prinsloo in Mexico, reports say.
Time to pull up the comfy chair. The last Monty Python live show is airing Sunday.
James Garner, the understated, wisecracking everyman actor who enjoyed multigenerational success on both the small and big screens, has died. He was 86.
"Dawn of the Planet of the Apes" came back strong this weekend to take the No. 1 spot at the box office.
Tim McGraw "instinctively swatted" at a fan who refused to let go of his leg during the finale of an Atlanta concert last week, a rep said.
A daughter of the late Casey Kasem says she doesn't know where the radio host's body is.
Sparks flew between Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie the first time they worked together. Now Hollywood's hottest couple will share the screen once again.
Lifetime has found its replacement for Zendaya Coleman.
"The Purge: Anarchy" may be one of the summer's sequels that actually improves on the original.
Jason Biggs sent out a tweet about the Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 crash. He got jeered and eventually apologized.
Check out our pick's for 2014's best and worst moments in pop culture so far.
"Two and a Half Men" isn't going quietly.
Once upon a time in college, Jay (Jason Segal) and Annie (Cameron Diaz) met and fell in love and went at it like proverbial rabbits.
Move over, Steve Rogers. Let the Falcon take wing. The Falcon, aka Sam Wilson, is taking over as Captain America.
Actress Elaine Stritch, known for her brash persona, gravelly voice, died Thursday, longtime friend Julie Keyes told CNN. She was 89.
Jillian Michaels just returned to "The Biggest Loser" in 2013, but she's already exiting the series once again.
The mother of late "Glee" actor Cory Monteith has opened up for the first time about the death of her son.
Bryan Cranston is returning to television with an HBO adaptation of Broadway's "All the Way."
The MTV Video Music Awards nominations are out, and 2014's show is set to be all about Beyonce.
Thor is now a woman.
American blues guitarist and singer Johnny Winter died Wednesday in a hotel room in Switzerland, his representative said Thursday. He was 70.
As the host of the 2014 ESPY Awards, Drake hit a home run.
A company that says it produced videos about a cursing teddy bear fond of prostitutes is suing Seth MacFarlane over his "Ted" movie.
The son of tennis great John McEnroe and Academy-award winning actress Tatum O'Neal was arrested on drug charges in Manhattan.
Apple Corps and director Ron Howard are teaming up for a documentary on the the Beatles' touring years, according to a statement released by the principals.
And two more bite the dust: A source confirms to EW that "Saturday Night Live" has elected not to renew the contracts of Noël Wells and John Milhiser, both of whom joined the sketch show last fall as featured players. Deadline first reported the news.
"Weird Al" Yankovic "Word Crimes" doesn't spoof Madonna or Michael Jackson; he's educating the Internet on how to properly use the Oxford comma.
An international music awards show announced a new Adele album Tuesday -- but nothing's happening, says her label chief.
Justin Bieber isn't the only famous face being copied via plastic surgery.
In April, Archie Comics released the news that its lead character, Archie Andrews, would die in an upcoming issue of "Life with Archie."
After serving time, rapper Ja Rule is now on a more spiritual path.
Country fans are dancing on the streets of Chicago... and crying into their Guinness glasses in Dublin.
"Midnight Rider" director Randall Miller and producer Jody Savin surrendered to the Wayne County Sheriff's office in Georgia over the weekend, Sheriff's officials said.
A trio of middle school rockers, Unlocking the Truth, has just unlocked a major record deal with Sony.
Rapper Andre Johnson, who severed his penis and then jumped from a Los Angeles building, has broken his silence about what happened.
Sandra Bullock came face-to-face with an intruder her house last month, according to a police search warrant.
After just one season as a cast member on NBC's "Saturday Night Live," Brooks Wheelan took to Twitter to announce his firing from the hit comedy show.
You want to know when "Scandal" and "Marvel's Agents of SHIELD" return?
Comedian Tracy Morgan has filed a lawsuit against Walmart over a deadly crash on the New Jersey Turnpike that left him critically injured.
Getting a song to hit in the summer can change a career -- just ask Katy Perry or Robin Thicke.
A woman who accused Bright Eyes singer Conor Oberst of raping her when she was a teenager a decade ago now says she made the story up.
Nickelodeon has canceled "Sam & Cat," with last Saturday's episode serving as its series finale. The show lasted one season.
Since 1941, comic book fans have followed the exploits of teenaged Archie Andrews and his friends. This July, they'll find out how he dies.
Octuplets mom Nadya Suleman settled the welfare fraud case against her by repaying $26,000 prosecutors say she illegally claimed.
The legendary rock band KISS becomes the next big act to make an extended stop in Las Vegas.
If this weekend's number one movie Dawn of the Planet of the Apes — the second entry in the rebooted Apes franchise — has a spiritual sibling in the original series of films, it is 1972′s Conquest of the Planet of the Apes. While Conquest was the fourth movie in the franchise to arrive in cinemas it is, like Dawn, the second according to the interior timeline of its series and, again like director Matt Reeves' new film, features an apocalyptic showdown between apes and humans. Thus, it seems appropriate that this weekend Dawn of the Planet of the Apes comprehensively conquered the domestic box office by earning an estimated $73 million, exceeding both expectations and the $54.8 million opening weekend of its predecessor, 2011′s Rise of the Planet of the Apes.
Fans of "Pawn Stars" will be seeing a lot less of Corey Harrison.
Renowned conductor Lorin Maazel died from complications of pneumonia at his home in Virginia on Sunday, his family said. He was 84.
Grammy-winning jazz bassist Charlie Haden, whose music career spanned seven decades and several genres, died Friday, his publicist said Sunday. He was 76.
Buddy "Cake Boss" Valastro was rescued Friday night after his 32-foot Boston Whaler got lost in heavy fog and and low visibility in New York Harbor.
Tommy Ramone, who powered pioneering punk rock band The Ramones as the group's original drummer, has died.
Tender, loving vampires? Look elsewhere than FX's "The Strain."
Rosemary Murphy, an Emmy Award-winning actress, has died. She was 89.
"Harry Potter" actor David Legeno has died, a California sheriff's office said.
The boyfriend of "Glee" star Becca Tobin, Matt Bendik, was found dead in a Philadelphia hotel room, the actress' manager confirmed to CNN.
Richard Linklater's astonishing new film, "Boyhood," was shot over a dozen years beginning in 2002.
There's a good chance you never knew you needed to witness the sight of an angry ape charging on horseback, double-fisting a pair of machine guns. But trust me, you do.
When it comes to this year's summer box office, Hollywood can't afford to monkey around.
HBO execs say they have nothing to worry about with "Game of Thrones" -- and not just because it's the most-nominated program at the Emmys this year.
Shia LaBeouf has at least one high profile supporter.
With the new movie "Boyhood," writer/director Richard Linklater has created something wholly unusual.
Another year of Emmy Award nominations, another year of "They forgot who?!"
People magazine is not citing the source in its report that Eva Mendes and Ryan Gosling are expecting a baby.
Outstanding Drama Series "Breaking Bad" (AMC) "Downton Abbey" (PBS) "Game of Thrones" (HBO) "House of Cards" (Netflix) "Mad Men" (AMC) "True Detective" (HBO)
Eileen Ford, who founded Ford Model Agency 70 years ago, has died at age 92, the company said.
"Talladega Nights" actor Luke Bigham has been arrested on charges of domestic violence harassment after a fight between him and his mother, Lorrie Crumley
John Wayne's family is fighting Duke University in federal court over the use of "Duke" to sell whiskey.
ABC is beginning its reconstruction of "The View" by bringing back Rosie O'Donnell, one of the most famous co-hosts from the talk show's history.
The 2014 Emmy nominations were announced on Thursday, with "Game of Thrones" in the lead with a total of 19 nods, and "Breaking Bad" getting its final round of recognition.
Garth Brooks offered to "drop on my knees and beg" Ireland's prime minister to get his shows back on track after Dublin officials denied licenses.
Garth Brooks is still holding out hope he can do shows in Ireland despite the Dublin city council saying no to two of them.
Finding yourself using the balding old man emoji to incorporate George Constanza into text conversations?
Adam Levine has pulled a musical coup on "The Voice," bringing Stevie Nicks into the mix.
Sorry, "Harry Potter" fans, Daniel Radcliffe says not to count on another film.
"Breaking Bad," it's time for your curtain call. Famed show should do well at Emmy nominations.
Justin Bieber will be charged Wednesday with misdemeanor vandalism for the January incident in which he allegedly tossed eggs at his neighbor's home.
Daily Mail website deletes an article about Clooney, his fiancee, Amal Alamuddin, and her mother, Baria, after Clooney said it was "completely fabricated."
Halle Berry's reason for returning to TV in CBS's "Extant" are simple: She goes "where the work is," as she told the network.