Michelle Fiala says her 14-year-old daughter, Laura, is fine watching humans run for their lives from snarling, flesh-eating zombies on AMC's "The Walking Dead," but if one of the characters vomits, the teen has to look away.
The courage that a teenage Patty Duke portrayed on-screen as Helen Keller in "The Miracle Worker" was breathtaking and Oscar-winning.
"American Idol," which gave the world Kelly Clarkson, Carrie Underwood and Jennifer Hudson, has one more chance to mint a star before it fades into TV and music history.
The world's largest festival of French film hits Hollywood next month with a provocative line-up exploring Islamist terrorism and women's rights, and tackling the thorny issue of racism in the entertainment industry.
Woody Allen's Hollywood love story "Cafe Society" will open the Cannes film festival in May, its organizers said Tuesday.
Faster than a speeding bullet and impervious to lousy reviews, the superhero faceoff "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" rebounded from a smack down from critics to debut with a massive US$170.1 million in North America, the sixth best opening of all-time.
Robert De Niro is removing the anti-vaccination documentary "Vaxxed" from the lineup of his Tribeca Film Festival, after initially defending its inclusion.
Officially it's not called "filmmaking" because public cinemas are banned in Saudi Arabia.
In Hong Kong, a woman sets herself on fire in protest, a taxi driver despairs at the eradication of the local language and young children in military uniform prowl the streets, echoing the horrors of China's Cultural Revolution.
Garry Shandling, who as an actor and comedian masterminded a brand of self-inflicted phony docudrama with "The Larry Sanders Show," has died of an apparent heart attack.