Monday, September 8, 2014
Girl group singer Simone Battle was found dead in her West Hollywood home, authorities said Saturday.
The video game studio that won players' devotion with blockbuster hit “Halo” is out to eclipse its enviable success with the Tuesday launch of massive new science-fiction action title “Destiny.”
Swedish director Roy Andersson's film “A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence,” a series of comedic sketches exploring the human condition, won the Golden Lion for best movie at the Venice film festival Saturday.
For over half a century, the Four Seasons restaurant has been the place where Picasso meets the power lunch.
Juno” director Jason Reitman was back at the Toronto film festival Saturday with ensemble drama “Men, Women & Children,” chronicling hunger for intimacy in a world where connections are increasingly electronic.
In his final role before his death, actor James Gandolfini returns to the criminal underworld that made him famous in “The Drop,” which premiered Saturday at the Toronto film festival.
Sunday, September 7, 2014
The U.S. has returned nine stolen 18th-century paintings by Mexican artist Miguel Cabrera to the government of Peru.
Karel Cerny, the Czech art director and production designer who won an Oscar in 1985 for his work on Milos Forman's hit film “Amadeus,” died at the age of 92 on Friday, his family said.
Chile celebrated the 100th birthday of poet Nicanor Parra on Friday, with ceremonies nationwide for the man considered one of the greatest Latin American poets of his time.
Three young women surround a muscular, shirtless man, laughing, hugging and caressing his neck as he rocks his head back in pleasure.