Justin Carter, a rising country music star in Texas, has died in an accidental shooting, according to reports from Fox News and a local ABC affiliate.
There haven't been that many good basketball comedies, but in the spirit of March Madness, take a shot on one of the five best in our rankings.
'Us' director Jordan Peele switches up the horror-genre template and puts a black family at the center of a terrorizing situation for a change.
In an essay for The New Yorker, "Game of Thrones" actress Emilia Clarke opened up about surviving two aneurysms between seasons of the HBO hit.
Donny and Marie Osmond say they will end their Las Vegas show later this year, concluding an 11-year run on the Strip, they announced Thursday.
Exclusive: Motley Crue cranks up 'Shout at the Devil' in Netflix biopic 'The Dirt'
Motley Crue (Douglas Booth, Daniel Webber, Colson Baker and Iwan Rheon) play "Shout at the Devil" for fans in an exclusive clip from "The Dirt."
Natalie Portman will star in a movie loosley based on former astronaut Lisa Nowak, notorious for driving from Houston to Orlando in an adult diaper.
The London Fire Brigade says the show is using out-of-date gender specific wording and that can negatively impact young girls.
The parents of 5-year-old twins say in a want ad "if there are any Disney-mad nannies out there who'd be able to help us out, please get in touch."
Instagram influencer Quigley, who was known as Casey Carlson when she competed on Season 8 of "American Idol" in 2009, says she stopped singing for years due to the judges' harsh criticism.
Kelly asked a U.S. judge to allow him to come to the Arabian Peninsula sheikhdom to perform shows and "meet with the royal family."
At the London premiere "Shazam!" stars Zachary Levi and Mark Strong discuss online trolls who threated to boycott "Captain Marvel." (March 21)
'RHONY' star Ramona Singer regrets remark about Dennis Shields' intelligence and drug use
"Real Housewives of New York" cast member Ramona Singer regrets making a "thoughtless" comment about Bethenny Frankel's late boyfriend Dennis Shields.
"I just wanted to encourage people to not be afraid of that stigma," Amy Schumer said as a guest on "Late Night" of husband Chris Fischer's autism.