J.K. Rowling's boy wizard bewitched the page and the screen, and stage sequel "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" cast its spell at British theater's Olivier Awards on Sunday.
Tony Award-winner James Monroe Iglehart is trading in his genie bottle for a place in American history onstage.
Katie Holmes is a single mom raising a daughter and that's the subject of her feature film directorial debut, "All We Had."
Almost 30 years since "thirtysomething" went off the air, the now 50-something cast of the drama about a group of American baby boomers remain friends.
Tony Award-winning character actor Fritz Weaver, who played Sherlock Holmes and Shakespearian kings on Broadway while also creating memorable roles on TV and film from "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" to "Marathon Man," has died. He was 90.
Great deals on Broadway are few and far between but in February -- for one day only -- kids get to go for free.
The funeral cortege wound its way in heavy rain from the Piccolo Teatro Strehler where Fo's coffin had been lying in state, with mourners singing political ballads in honour of the left-winger, who died on Thursday aged 80.
The true story of a young boy separated from his family and his 25-year journey to find them in Garth Davis's first film "Lion" roared at the Toronto film festival Sunday.
There's no trace of the elastic-faced comic in this new film (expanding Friday), though Lewis is in every frame. Even as he sits down to discuss coming out of retirement to take what is likely his last leading role, the 90-year-old entertainer is uncharacteristically gentle and sincere.
Morgan Freeman, the velvet-voiced doyen of some of America's best-loved movies, not to mention one of the suavest actors in the business, sometimes lets his cool crown slip.