Sunday, October 11, 2015
A premiere Friday for the sixth season of AMC's "The Walking Dead" at Madison Square Garden was so big and orchestrated, its stars attended a rehearsal that afternoon to prepare.
With their fifth album "In Dream," British band Editors continue to defy categorization, having left behind the energetic guitar rock of their early releases with a journey to disco's darker side.
Singing sensation Rihanna says her long-awaited new album will be out shortly -- and that it's going to defy expectations.
Haunted house movies are a Hollywood trope. But the latest about to hit our screens, by director Guillermo del Toro, promises a lusher, more gothic fantasy than most, with a sentimental heart.
Saturday, October 10, 2015
China's first glass suspension bridge, which dangles 180 meters (594 feet) over a canyon in the central Hunan province, has excited -- and terrified -- thousands of visitors since opening two weeks ago.
A Danish zoo said Thursday it would dissect a lion in front of children, undeterred by the international outrage that hit a Copenhagen zoo that last year did the same thing to a giraffe.
Iran said Wednesday it will boycott next week's Frankfurt Book Fair after organizers invited the controversial author Salman Rushdie, whom Iranian scholars said should be killed, as a guest speaker.
The World War I illustrations of E. H. Shepard, the artist who brought Winnie-the-Pooh to life, go on display for the first time Friday, revealing scenes of devastation that completely contrast with Pooh's idyllic surroundings.
Paul Thomas Anderson premiered his first documentary, "Junun," on Thursday at the New York Film Festival, unveiling a sonically rich portrait of Indian musicians recording an album with Radiohead's Johnny Greenwood.
An Oscar nominee at age 9, Quvenzhane Wallis is now getting an early start on a writing career.