Kevin Costner's fame is the only reason fellow Hollywood actor Stephen Baldwin and another person sued Costner over their investments in an oil cleanup device tried out after BP's spill in the Gulf of Mexico, Costner's attorney said as trial opened...
A momentous finale lies ahead for Hollywood this year. "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2" is the biggest screen farewell since the final "Star Wars" movie, closing out a decade of adventures for the young wizard.
In her new book, Sarah Palin takes on everything from "American Idol" to "American Beauty" to "Murphy Brown," revives talk of the Rev. Jeremiah Wright, and takes issue with JFK's famous religion speech, saying he "wanted to run away from religion."
The continued grounding of planes in Europe means Miley Cyrus must skip a trip to England, forced the world premiere of "Iron Man 2" to be moved from London to Los Angeles and prevented Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings from performing on "Late Show With David Letterman."
It's fair to say that it's a risky venture create a movie about an exotically colored, 10-foot-tall tribe called the Na'vi and spend more money making it than any other film in the history of Hollywood.
The actor best-known as gruff newsman Lou Grant, who expands his resume of grumps as the voice of a curmudgeonly widower in Pixar Animation's "Up," wants people to know he can play romance and action, too.
Since his birth 43 years ago on mid-1960s network TV, the commander of the USS Enterprise has been a distillation of American ideals - one who finds himself suddenly reinvigorated for the 21st century now that the Kirk torch has been passed to a new generation.
It's been billed as one of the major face-offs of the NATO summit, and it had nothing to do with troops in Afghanistan or relations with Russia. No, it was the breathlessly anticipated moment on Friday when Michelle Obama and Carla Bruni-Sarkozy finally met.
Wahlberg's action flick "Max Payne" debuted with $18 million to outdo Oliver Stone's film biography of George W. Bush, according to studio estimates Sunday. "W." actually ran fourth, opening with $10.6 million to finish behind "Beverly Hills...