Instead of panicking and sending your kids to nearest summer camp you can find, why not enjoy a few summer blockbusters?
#Trending In Entertainment: Tracey Morgan Critically Injured, Paula Deen’s Comeback & Ruby Dee’s Death
This week an A-list comedian was critically injured, a southern chef planned a comeback, and an acclaimed Black actress passed away.
Dave Chappelle made his first late-night appearance in more than six years Tuesday, and one of the first questions he was asked was why he quit his cult sketch comedy show “Chappelle’s Show.”
The lethal romp “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder” got a lot of love at Sunday night’s Tony Awards, nabbing the best new musical trophy on a night that also saw Audra McDonald make Broadway history, Bryan Cranston win as a rookie and four-time host Neil Patrick Harris get his own award.
This week one pop star reveals all (literally), another is released from jail, and another faces racism allegations.
CBS’ primetime schedule this summer gives you the perfect reason to stay in during those hot, humid summer nights.
Jonah Hill has apologized for using a gay slur with a paparazzo in an encounter caught on video.
While taking shots at Jann Wenner, Patti Smith and others, Stanley reaffirmed his speech at the Rock Hall induction ceremony and clarifies that it was Gene Simmons, not him, who said those ‘borderline racist’ comments.
CBS will air an exclusive one-hour look back special,”Under The Dome: Inside Chester’s Mill” on Monday, June 23rd ahead of the season two premiere.
Angelina Jolie scared up $69.4 million over the weekend for Disney’s “Maleficent,” trouncing the other new wide-release, Seth MacFarlane’s comic Western “A Million Ways to Die in the West.” The Universal comedy opened with $16.8 million.
This week a beloved author passed, an A-lister was attacked, and two music moguls got $3 billion richer.
Memorial Day weekend marks the unofficial start of summer. And in Ocean City, tourism officials expect a great season.