Capt. Richard Phillips will deliver the commencement speech at a Vermont university.
The company behind the Electric Zoo and Tomorrowland music festivals has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
NBC has signed a new production deal with prolific producer Dick Wolf, ensuring an 18th season of "Law & Order: SVU" and the continuation of his Chicago trilogy of dramas.
"Kung Fu Panda 3" kicked its way to the top of the North American box office with a respectable US$41 million, according to Rentrak estimates Sunday.
The Screen Actors Guild Awards were not so white.
As one of Israel's most prominent and prolific filmmakers, director Amos Gitai has spent a career chronicling his country's turbulent history. In his latest project, he covers one of its most traumatic days: the assassination 20 years ago of Prime Minister Yiitzhak Rabin by a Jewish extremist opposed to his peace efforts with the Palestinians.
Many people find the idea of reading Leo Tolstoy's "War and Peace" to be daunting, but not Lily James.
A year ago, first-time director Nate Parker was still struggling get together the US$10 million he needed to make his passion project, a film that tells the story of slave rebellion leader Nat Turner.
"The Danish Girl" is up for a GLAAD Media Award in a year where a record number of nominees feature transgender characters and subject matter.
When Chris Rock first hosted the Oscars in 2005, the four black actors nominated that year -- Morgan Freeman, Don Cheadle, Sophie Okonedo and Jamie Foxx (twice!) -- didn't escape his notice.