"Smallfoot" marks Channing Tatum's second musical performance in a film in two years (after "Hail, Caesar!"), but he swears he doesn't want to be the next Hugh Jackman.
CBS late night hosts Stephen Colbert and James Corden took different approaches in discussing the exit of their boss Les Moonves.
“Wicked” isn’t flying into movie theaters as soon as you’d hoped, Broadway fans. You’ll have “Cats” to comfort you. Universal Pictures has given the campy Broadway treasure “Cats” the Dec. 20, 2019 release date it had previously staked for “Wicked,” the monster Broadway success also produced by the NBCUniversal holding (which has considerably outgrossed any film from the studio).
Taylor Swift, who is signed to star in the film version of "Cats," is just a little more than obsessed with her own felines, Meredith Grey and Olivia Benson.
Will Taylor Swift be the cat's meow as she gears up for her big-screen musical debut?
Yahoo Entertainment has picked the 20 buzziest moments from the 2018 TV season so far, from heart-wrenching deaths to funny cat videos to high-profile firings.
The Stark family may actually make it to the end of “Game of Thrones.” However, Sophie Turner says she is not prematurely confirming the residents of Winterfell’s survival just because she got a tattoo that strongly implies her on-screen family survives. Turner’s ink reads, “the pack survives,” alongside the House Stark direwolf sigil. When the image of her tattoo was posted to Instagram by the artist last week, fans began to theorize that Jon (well, kinda a Stark), Sansa, Arya, and Bran might come out the victors when the HBO fantasy series airs its eighth and final season next year.
Paul McCartney and James Corden came together for the latest installment of Carpool Karaoke on "The Late Late Show."
“The Late Late Show” is back in James Corden’s native London, which has some perfect intersections for a new “Crosswalk the Musical.” The one thing the city couldn’t quite provide was an appropriate Christine to Corden’s Phantom — thank God for Josh Gad. Monday’s “Crosswalk” paid tribute to the classic works of Andrew Llyod Webber, like “Evita,” “Phantom of the Opera,” “Cats” and “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.” Somehow, Corden actually roped the playwright legend into participating in this cluster-walk. “Cats” got pretty weird when Corden was winded and made an assistant bring him a bowl of milk to lap up right there on the sidewalk.
Guests including Serena Williams and the Clooneys joined Meghan Markle and Prince Harry for a festive evening of fireworks, dancing, and "dirty burgers."
In a game of Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts with Steven Tyler, James Corden revealed the singer who walked out on what would have been a special Carpool Karaoke.
Ryan Reynolds and Josh Brolin joined James Corden in a spoof of "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly," and poor Corden was having a hard time accepting his role as "the ugly."
CBS has locked down Damon Wayans Jr. and Cedric the Entertainer for the 2018-2019 TV season, granting series orders to a pair of comedy pilots starring the actors. Wayans will play Peter, a good guy with a sense of humor, who is happily married to his dream wife, Claire (Amber Stevens). “The series is inspired by a time when executive producers Ben Winston and Harry Styles lived together,” CBS Studios said in a statement to TheWrap.