There's a question every piece of intellectual property needs to ask itself before a new version is made: How seriously should we treat the source material? There's no right answer. There've been successful versions of both.
Disney's live-action "Beauty" was a beast at the box office, opening with an estimated US$170 million in North American ticket sales and setting a new high mark for family movies.
Folks on Sesame Street have a way of making everyone feel accepted.
Ratings juggernaut "The Walking Dead" revealed on Friday fans can expect to see its increasingly rancid zombies shambling across their screens for years to come.
Sean Hannity says he never pointed a gun at Fox News colleague Juan Williams, despite a CNN report to the contrary.
It's been over 20 years since "Trainspotting" took audiences deep inside the alluring, unsettling world of young, Scottish, Iggy Pop-loving heroin junkies and director Danny Boyle is feeling reflective. Since his massively successful second feature film, Boyle has won an Oscar, .....
The Disney "live-action" remakes, of which the new "Beauty and the Beast" is but one in an assembly line, are starting to resemble an iPhone software update. Click a button and that old cartoon interface changes Belle into Emma Watson, the Beast into Dan Stevens and maybe fixes a few bugs in the system.
While TV star Jussie Smollett was in the recording studio working on his own music apart from "Empire," set for release later this year, he couldn't help but write a song about what's going in the world, from injustice to President Donald Trump.
So, perhaps you've heard: "La La Land" didn't win best picture at the Oscars.
CBS announced on Monday it has given the green light to "Young Sheldon," a prequel of its award-winning ratings smash comedy, "The Big Bang Theory."