Nick Castle first introduced one of Michael Myers's signature movements in the 1978 horror classic “Halloween.”
As the YA vampire saga turns 10, director Catherine Hardwicke takes us inside "wild" casting sessions in which she tested actors’ chemistry.
After a few years off, John Krasinski revived his and Jimmy Kimmel's prank war in epic fashion while Kimmel is taping in Brooklyn, New York.
On Tuesday’s "This Is Us," fans finally got to meet Jack’s younger brother, Nicky, and they were loving it.
The Conners uses the death of Roseanne Conner to highlight a major problem affecting many Americans.
In the #MeToo era, bringing CeeLo back to the show — after his controversial comments about the concept of consent — seemed very tone-deaf.
Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., riled up many critics online after an insensitive joke regarding his potential DNA test.
Brad Bird's blockbuster sequel original featured a radically different plot finding our heroes battling rogue A.I.
There's a reason behind her unusual present of a dorky phone to her husband, Melissa McCarthy tells Yahoo. Even so, the gift left their kids "horrified."
"Insidious" actress Lin Shaye says she was left black and blue after filming the climactic strangling scene.
"You've been on this show about as long as Blake and I have,” said Adam Levine. “You should get an honorary chair!”
On Monday’s "Teen Mom OG," Sarah Palin dropped comments that had viewers exasperated and laughing at the same time.
"First Man" screenwriter Josh Singer doesn't see the film as a "great men of history" story.
The drive to succeed in these individuals with Down syndrome is truly inspiring to anyone facing challenges in life — and we can’t wait to see what they conquer next.
Freddy Krueger almost wore a pimp hat, according to "Nightmare on Elm Street" star Robert Englund.
Robert De Niro predicted that the many politicians who have supported the president will regret "making a deal with the devil."
On "KUWTK," Kim Kardashian shared the traumatizing dream she had about her daughter, North West, going missing.
On Sunday’s "60 Minutes," correspondent Lesley Stahl asked President Trump if he still thinks climate change is a hoax.
During a 60 Minutes interview that aired on Sunday night, Lesley Stahl didn’t hold back, pressing Donald Trump about numerous issues including climate change, North Korea, his relationship with Kim Jong-un, Russia, Dr. Ford, Kavanaugh and a laundry list of other things looming over his presidency. The interview took place before his meeting with Kanye West and Pastor Brunson came home, so those topics weren’t addressed but when Stahl asked if he had any regrets after two…