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After pregnant celeb Kat Von D said she was anti-vaccine on Instagram, a mom shared images of her ill son and a plea to parents to vaccinate kids.
Milly Shapiro, 15, makes her terrifying film debut in Ari Aster's hot new horror flick 'Hereditary' as Charlie, the menacing young girl who's guaranteed to scare you.
The 2018 remake of "Superfly" is a modern take on a 1972 film about a drug dealer who wants to score one more deal and then get out of the game. (Warning: Trailer depicts gun violence and includes mild profanity.)
In 'The Traveling Feast,' Rick Bass goes on the road to cook for his writing mentors and process the pain of divorce. A 3-star book review.
Author Jerry Hopkins, who literally wrote the book on The Doors with 'No One Here Gets Out Alive,' died June 3 in his adopted hometown of Bangkok, his son confirmed.
Megyn Kelly may be headed OUT of her 9AM timeslot on NBC! Rob Smith (@robsmithonline) has all the details.
'Incredibles 2' returns 14 years later and picks up right where Pixar's original animated classic ended. Writer/director Brad Bird explains why and what you should know about the sequel, which arrives in theaters this weekend.
President Trump revealed he showed Kim Jong Un a fake movie trailer starring them! Nathan Rousseau Smith has the story.
The man at the center of a sex-abuse and financial crimes scandal that is tarnishing the academy which awards the Nobel Prize in Literature, was Tuesday charged with two counts of rape of a woman in 2011.
Late-night writers will have no shortage of material this week, thanks to President Trump's summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un.
Jimmy Kimmel ready to serve Ted Cruz 'second-most embarrassing loss to a TV host' Saturday
Jimmy Kimmel is trading his work shoes for basketball kicks for a faceoff that he promises will be “bigger than the NBA Finals." Saturday, he and Sen. Ted Cruz will play a game of one-on-one basketball.
The European Court of Justice ruled Tuesday that Van Haren, a Dutch company that sold similar shoes, had infringed the Louboutin trade mark.
U2 frontman Bono honored the late Anthony Bourdain toward the end of the band's special performance Monday at the Apollo Theater in Harlem.
The pop star and "SNL" comedian went public with their relationship in May and are now engaged, according to reports.
Celebrities including Lady Gaga, Troye Sivan and Taylor Swift are celebrating Pride Month with performances, tributes and social media posts.
Actress-turned-activist Rose McGowan was not present in the Loudon County, Va., courtroom when she was indicted on a felony cocaine charge stemming from a January 2017 visit to Washington. Her trial date will be set Tuesday.
First lady Melania Trump made another public appearance on Sunday but kept quiet about her visit to the theater where Lincoln was shot until after she got home.