The "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star shares several more photos from her family's Easter festivities. Both baby Chicago and her hubby, Kanye West, are front in center in the stylish pics.
As the champagne is popped, everyone is reflecting on the past and setting goals for 2018 — and celebs are no different. George Clooney: I will join Instagram. Clooney would surely appreciate that he could post pics about the many causes he supports, as well as unofficial ads for his Casamigos tequila.
Get your hot chocolate and popcorn ready, it's time to reminisce on some of the new, recycled, and failed love we saw this year. All in all, hearts were heavy in Hollywood in 2017.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Well, we say a great poster makes an even mediocre movie worth the price of admission.
If you're seeking a respite from the lovey-dovey sagas normally set on Dec. 31, we have you covered. The last day of the year figures into each of our suggestions, whether for just a scene or for the whole film.
In 2017, new celebrities created buzzworthy music, movies, TV shows, romances, and more. Here are the names we became familiar with this year.
The video culminates with a little girl proclaiming: “Thank you, President Trump, for letting us say ‘Merry Christmas’ again.” The sentiment is uncalled for at this time of year: It divides the country into opposing camps.
Here's what to expect when tributes are paid to Carmen de Lavallade, LL Cool J, Norman Lear, Lionel Richie, and Gloria Estefan Tuesday night on CBS.
The actor explains why Washington hasn't corrupted his scene-stealing character — and what he'd like to see incorporated into the show's final season.
Catching up on movies and television shows is a great gift to bestow upon yourself; set aside some you time and start streaming.
How this holiday-themed digital short got sliced for time from James Franco’s Dec. 9 episode of Saturday Night Live is anyone’s guess. I’d list the skits that should have been bumped to make room but better to get right to the goodies. A commercial parody of all those gooey, just-this-side-of-watchable Hallmark Channel holiday movies, the short spotlights some too-close-for comfort faux movies like one in which Kate McKinnon plays a big-city career woman who quits to run…
These overlooked films — featuring the likes of Anne Hathaway, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Richard Gere — could easily sit beside the entries on our year-end best-of list.
Many music stars have released holiday videos that make for even more delightful Chrismukkah viewing than “A Very Brady Christmas” on a constant loop. We’ve compiled our favorites here.
There were plenty of fantastic movies to see in 2017, and just as many entertaining ones to joke about on social media.
"It's about us continuing to see more people from different walks of life telling their stories and ... to be up there as well," says Lena Waithe.
When violinist Lindsey Stirling decided to release an album of Christmas music, choosing a theme of the most magical time of year seemed a perfect fit for the performer. Here, she discuss the particular challenges of the modern Christmas album.
2017 was an especially crazy year in Hollywood. As a former reality TV star took office, we watched Harvey Weinstein be dethroned as a major player in the movie business after a wide-ranging sexual misconduct scandal. There were good things too: Beyoncé and Jay-Z welcomed twins, as did George and Amal Clooney. And Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal engagement delighted. We recap the biggest stories here...
Ahead of the "Doctor Who" Christmas special, Season 10's breakout star Pearl Mackie reflects on working with Peter Capaldi and a moving fan encounter.