Some of the best animated films have been inspired by fairy tales, ancient Greek fables or mythology. Now comes one clearly inspired by, of all people, David Mamet. The creators of "The Boss Baby" have obviously been mining the playwright's gritty, foul-mouthed "Glengarry Glen Ross" to build the title character, a ruthless, capitalist-minded newborn with pupils the size of saucers who insists that "Cookies are for closers."
Bill O'Reilly's top-rated Fox News show may be starting to feel a financial sting after allegations that he sexually harassed several women.
Stephen Colbert hit another milestone in his stunning late-night turnaround against Jimmy Fallon of NBC's "Tonight" show.
Jordan Klepper is moving from "Daily Show" correspondent to host of his own show.
The taskmaster toddler of "The Boss Baby" dethroned Disney's "Beauty and the Beast" at the box office with a US$49 million debut, handing its star Alec Baldwin what President Donald Trump might call a "huge" no. 1 opening.
The Oscar winner "Moonlight" has won again, taking best film at the 28th annual GLAAD Media Awards.
Katie Holmes came to "The Kennedys: After Camelot" as a veteran, having played first lady Jacqueline Kennedy in Reelz's 2011 miniseries about the political family shadowed by tragedy. For Matthew Perry, the role of Edward Kennedy was a chance to stretch his acting muscles.
Amazon Studios might have a streaming component, but executives say the company is fully committed to the theatrical experience.
Ridley Scott knows how to scare us.
Life is a box of chocolates, a highway and, alas, a mediocre science-fiction thriller. In Daniel Espinosa's "Life," an international space station orbiting the Earth intercepts an automated capsule returning from Mars with samples: rocks, dust and, as it turns out, a tiny monocellular organism that proves the existence of life on another planet.