Tuesday, October 13, 2015
The world's biggest book fair opens Wednesday under a cloud of controversy with Iran calling on all Muslim nations to boycott the exhibition because author Salman Rushdie has been invited to speak.
--"Pan" produced no Neverland magic at the box office.
As the Bronx middle schoolers harmonized in their auditorium and plucked out basic chords on ukuleles and guitars, in walked their music instructor, Liz Rose -- a Grammy-award winning country songwriter from Nashville.
Michelle Obama is grooving to the tunes of Beyonce, Demi Lovato and Esperanza Spalding as she celebrates the International Day of the Girl.
Beijing authorities have dropped Sino-French co-production Wolf Totem as China's foreign language Oscar submission at the last minute in favor of a romantic comedy, reports said, apparently over concerns it was insufficiently Chinese.
Monday, October 12, 2015
A typhoon and a government budget cut did not stop cinema lovers from flocking to Asia's most influential film festival.
Comedian, actor, writer, mician, and now we can add art curator to that long list of titles placed alongside Steve Martin's name.
Spike Lee says he hasn't had time yet to plan what he'll say when he gets his honorary Oscar next month -- he's busy trying to finish up his new movie, "Chiraq," for a year-end release. But he promises he's "gonna try to keep positive."
First time participant Paraguay is one of 81 countries ranging from Afghanistan to Vietnam entering films for the foreign-language Oscar, Academy Award organizers said Thursday.
Priscilla Presley closes her eyes and bites her lip as she listens to a new album of Elvis songs, with the king of rock and roll's voice backed by Britain's Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.