Avicii was not content to rest on his laurels. His album "True" sounded completely different from anything else going on in EDM at the time, drawing on influences ranging from American bluegrass to house music.
To celebrate the film’s upcoming 40th anniversary (on June 16), and next Tuesday's release of a new Blu-ray edition, Yahoo Entertainment spoke with the original T-Birds and Pink Ladies (with the exception of Travolta, Newton-John, Stockard Channing, and the late Jeff Conaway, who played Kenickie) to assemble an oral history of the unforgettable final scene of "Grease."
Ever since the release of the 2001 cult classic "Super Troopers," fans of the stoner comedy have been "meowing" left and right in tribute to one of the highway cops' favorite ways to prank unsuspecting motorists.
Comedian Amy Schumer discusses her movie make-under and her real-life transformation into a celebrity.
Zak Penn recalls scenes that were cut and characters whose roles were reversed in his original screenplay for "The Avengers."
Sara Gilbert and Johnny Galecki, who reunite tonight as Darlene and David on "Roseanne," are more than frequent collaborators; they're also longtime friends.
In "The Pages," Jamie Lee Curtis plays the conservative Vice President Rachel Burke, who authored a doctrine declaring "total victory" in the U.S.'s war on terror.
Tyler Posey yelled "Teen Wolf Too!" while Jason Bateman was presenting at the 2011 Teen Choice Awards, and Bateman was not amused.
In a candid interview, William H. Macy walked us through some of the most memorable roles in his wide-ranging movie and television career.
He's saved the "Fast and the Furious" and "Jumanji" franchises, but can Dwayne Johnson break the box-office video-game curse?
"For a cross-dresser with a guitar to be able to do that stuff, it's crazy," says the "RuPaul's Drag Race All-Stars 3" winner.
"I feel that it's an incredible strength to be able to ask for help. Had it not been for the support team I had around me, I very well may have been one of the statistics."
Ahead of Tuesday's return (which is also the series' 200th episode), the captains open up about the battle we'll see with the always brutal Bering Sea weather, the emotional weight of a man going overboard, and why some of them can't bear to watch the show.
It's been 10 years since we last saw TLC's hit home makeover show "Trading Spaces," but the series that launched an entire TV genre is back Saturday night — and better than ever.
With “The Miracle Season,” there’s talk of a comeback for Helen Hunt. The actress has been here before. In our latest “Role Recall” interview, Hunt talked about starting off on “Swiss Family Robinson,” doubting that “Mad About You” would succeed, and more.
Actor-director explains what he put his wife through to film the most intense scene of new horror-thriller "The Quiet Place."
Catching air over a Louisiana swamp might sound treacherous, but Schneider says he'll be in good hands when he does it, with NASCAR star Carl Edwards giving chase.
Phoenix’s protagonist is a magnetically unhinged center of attention for a saga that’s as thrilling as it is traumatizing.
What makes the premise of "A Quiet Place" — the need to be silent lest one become monster food — uniquely relevant to 2018 is that we're living in a time when speaking up matters more than ever.
"Ready Player One" screenwriter Zak Penn reveals Parzival and friends originally ventured into the world of "Blade Runner" for the film's second challenge.
"When we did the pilot, I thought ‘This show’s never gonna go, it’s not about enough,'" Helen Hunt says of "Mad About You."
"Dallas" fans continue to visit Southfork Ranch, where exteriors for the show were filmed, to get a look at where the Ewings lived. (And no, you can't spread someone's ashes on the grounds.)
Ben Taylor of Ogden, Utah, responded to an internet spammer, and the lives of kids on the other side of the world are better because of it. Steve Hartman previews his next CBS "On the Road" segment.