'Cheers' co-creator James Burrows on being surprised by Ted Danson's desire to leave the show 25 years after the series finale.
Michael Jackson's iconic first-ever televised moonwalk in 1983 almost didn't happen — until the producers of "Motown 25" broke a rule.
Very few artists of Sinatra's generation have had the enduring influence that he continues to exert on a younger generation. Why does Ol’ Blue Eyes's vibe continue to resonate?
Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott are on an adults-only getaway for their 12th wedding anniversary, leaving their five kids behind for the first time. The actress exclaims she's "enjoying reconnecting with my love."
Jesus Shuttlesworth (Ray Allen) was supposed to crush his father, Jake (Denzel Washington), in the finale scene in "He Got Game." But fate — in the form of some lucky shots — intervened.
The couple said "I do" on this day in 1988. They've been charming the heck out of us ever since.
The director and cast reveal some bonkers facts about the baseball classic on its 25th anniversary.
On April 4, 2008, Jay and Bey tied the knot in a super-secret ceremony. The signs were there (flower deliveries! a tent! a cake!) but they denied it was happening — making for a long day for entertainment reporters.
Though some critics and audiences didn’t initially know quite know how to process Kubrick’s masterpiece, it soon attained its rightful reputation as one of Hollywood's crowning achievements.
Mary-Margaret Humes, who played Gail Leery from 1998 to 2003, took to Instagram to slam Entertainment Weekly after she and co-star John Wesley Shipp weren't invited to the 20th anniversary reunion shoot.
Though the television personality Dick Cavett was in just a single scene of Tim Burton's 1988 supernatural comedy "Beetlejuice," it turned out to be the most memorable one in the film.
Though Ve Neill had a hand in every character from Winona Ryder's quintessential goth teen Lydia to the inhabitants of the undead waiting room, her proudest contribution was transforming Michael Keaton into Beetlejuice.
'Beetlejuice' writer Larry Wilson shared some information about the movie fans might be surprised to learn.
The real-life inspiration for Jeff Bridges's character, “the Dude,” reveals what it was like to be the inspiration behind the cult classic.
His Best Director speech instantly became one of the Academy Awards' most notorious moments, ranking up there with John Travolta's "Adele Dazeem."
"Apes," which debuted in February 1968, created the template for extended cinematic universes that traces to "Star Wars" and Marvel today.
"The Wonder Years" executive producer pitched future "Friends" star — who wound up marrying Kevin's sister on the show — as a young Nicolas Cage type.
Daniel Stern provided the memorable narration for the classic show, but there's a reason we don't hear his voice in the pilot episode.
Ten years ago, on Jan. 22, 2008, the world was heartbroken to learn of 28-year-old actor Heath Ledger’s untimely death by accidental overdose. Jake Gyllenhaal and Heath Ledger present an award at the Screen Actors Guild Awards on Jan. 29, 2006. Everything about Ledger was electric — so much so that director Ang Lee, who worked with him on Brokeback Mountain, declared him a scene stealer.
The J.J. Abrams-produced monster movie's viral marketing campaign remains the gold standard.