Ethan Hawke talks about his new supernatural horror movie "The Black Phone."
When Donald Trump's American Freedom Tour pulled into Mississippi last week, Jordan Klepper from "The Daily Show" tagged along.
Ivanka Trump's testimony to the January 6 House select committee apparentlY contradicts what she told filmmaker Alex Holder while shooting a documentary following the 2020 election.
The "Westworld" star, who just finished portraying Madonna in the upcoming "Weird Al" Yankovic biopic, showed off her best singing impressions and killed it.
Director Baz Luhrmann and stars Austin Butler, Olivia DeJonge, Kelvin Harrison Jr., Alton Mason and Yola Quartey talk new film "Elvis."
According to Waititi, fellow New Zealand director Peter Jackson likely doesn't know what he did to this day.
Cherelle Griner said that the State Department views Brittney’s detainment as wrongful, so the government has an obligation to negotiate her release.
"Jeopardy!" has a long history of punishing contestants for small mistakes, but on Wednesday it was the show itself which made the mistake.
Director Sophie Hyde and stars Emma Thompson and Daryl McCormack talk new dramatic comedy, "Good Luck to You, Leo Grande."
Page lamented “people’s obsession with the binary,” but holds out hope that the haters will come around.
"Guys, this is your first time at work with me. Don't mess this up," Kim told her sons mid-interview.
Mayyas, who face a "daily struggle" back home, were inspired by Nightbirde's quote: "You can’t wait until life isn’t hard anymore before you decide to be happy."
Colbert believes that some in conservative media are comparing the arrest of his staff to the violent insurrection on January 6 to pull attention away from the hearings.
"I would like to officially announce, with zero authority, Frozen 3," said Bell on "The Tonight Show" Monday night.
On Monday, reigning Jeopardy! champion Megan Wachspress was the personification of the old adage, “Sometimes it is better to be lucky than good.”
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Things got a little heated between CNN analyst Phil Mudd and Don Lemon over whether or not it could be proven in court that former president Trump truly believed he won the election.
This isn't the first time Schnapp accidentally let something slip as his cast members now call him the "Tom Holland of Stranger Things."
David Simon and the cast of "The Wire" look back on the HBO series and discuss its continued relevance.
"Lightyear" director Angus MacLane, producer Galyn Susman, and stars Chris Evans, Uzo Aduba, Keke Palmer and Taika Waititi talk new Pixar adventure.
Hilarity ensues after Andy Cohen asked Kyle Richards about the secret breast reduction surgery she had three weeks ago.
Kim looked straight down the barrel of the camera, and pointed directly at the viewers, as she went off on the haters.
Karen Amsden said it makes her sick to know that her son has fallen for “all this ridiculous conspiracy crap.”
Prime Video has shared the first teaser trailer for its Harry Styles-led drama My Policeman, which follows a closeted police officer in 1957 as he navigates a love triangle with his wife and a male museum curator.
David Cay Johnston specifically called out NY Governor Kathy Hochul and DC District Attorney Karl Racine for not doing more to hold Trump accountable.