Batman is the superhero with the calling-card beam of light, but Wonder Woman sent a signal over the weekend that even Hollywood couldn't miss.
In the first "Star Wars" film, Obi-Wan Kenobi said, "in my experience there is no such thing as luck." Steve Sansweet thinks differently.
"Wonder Woman" conquered milestones and movie myths at North American theaters, where the Patty Jenkins-directed superhero film powered its way to a US$100.5 million debut this weekend and became the biggest blockbuster ever directed by a woman.
Danica Patrick wanted more than some cooking tips when she chewed the fat with Gordon Ramsay.
Following his successful Beatles documentary, Ron Howard is sticking with music. The Oscar-winner is directing a documentary about Luciano Pavarotti, the Italian tenor who rose to superstar status.
Megyn Kelly's debut on NBC News this Sunday is a real-life cliffhanger involving Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The sudden death of Fox News founder Roger Ailes won't slow the march of litigation swirling around the network, legal observers and lawyers involved in the suits said.
"Wonder Woman " has been the subject of so much superfluous fuss, it'd be easy to forget that behind all of the hand-wringing and both symbolic and real pressure to succeed there's actually a movie meant to entertain.
Johnny Depp is 53 years old but he doesn't look a day over 26 in the new "Pirates of the Caribbean" movie -- at least for a few moments.
Actor Hugh Jackman, left, and director James Mangold pose for photographers during a press conference of their film "Logan" Thursday in Tokyo Thursday