Taylor Swift's latest album "Evermore" continued its reign at the top as the album claimed the numero uno position at the Billboard 200 Albums chart for the second consecutive week.
Former Van Halen member Sammy Hagar shared his heartbreaking last call with Eddie Van Halen before the musician's death in October. Hagar said he wanted to bury the hatchet and find some closure.
Gal Gadot's trainer and fitness consultant Magnus Lygdback opened up about the actress' workout routine and diet plan for the movie "Wonder Woman 1984."
Café de Paris, the iconic venue that hosted stars like Prince, Judy Garland and David Bowie, has permanently closed its doors after incurring losses due to the pandemic.
Filmmaker Patty Jenkins has revealed that she has "two more stories" for the "Wonder Woman" saga. However, she doesn't know if she would be able to return to the director‘s chair.
Actor Kevin Spacey has shared a Christmas-themed video on YouTube and dedicated it to the people who are suffering in 2020.
Johnny Depp's team of lawyers told the Court of Appeals that their client did not "receive a fair trial" and criticized Judge Andrew Nicol for failing to take any “adequate analysis” of Heard’s inconsistent testimony.
President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania delivered their final Christmas message from the White House and praised the people of America for all the sacrifices they have made amid the pandemic.
Gal Gadot has defended her casting as Cleopatra in an upcoming film, saying she was "very passionate" about the historic queen of Egypt.
Streaming giant Netflix has unveiled the first page of the script of "The Witcher" Season 2 on social media.
Gal Gadot has revealed that she is really "happy" to know that Zack Snyder will be showing his version of "Justice League" to the world and she couldn't wait to see the finished product. She also gave an update on "Wonder Woman 3."
Warner Bros. has revealed that the "Mad Max: Fury Road" prequel, titled "Furiosa," will release on June 23, 2023, and will star Anya Taylor-Joy, Chris Hemsworth and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II in pivotal roles.
A plethora of Hollywood directors, actors and writers slammed the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) for barring Lee Isaac Chung's "Minari" from competing in the best picture category due to some dialogues in Mandarin.
Frances McDormand, Maria Bakalova, and "First Cow" turned out to be the biggest winners at this year's Florida Film Critics Circle Awards.
Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot open up about the timeless and classic love story between Diana Prince/Wonder Woman (Gadot) and Steve Trevor (Chris Pine) in "Wonder Woman 1984."
Oscar winner Tom Hanks has revealed that he would love to take the COVID-19 vaccine publicly, so that he can assure the people of America that it is safe. He also noted that he and his wife Rita Wilson will only take the shots after everyone who badly needs it.
Rep. Adam Schiff opened up about how the COVID-19 relief package will help the entertainment industry get through the pandemic.
Twitter has confirmed that it will wipe out all the existing followers from the "POTUS" and "White House" Twitter accounts once Joe Biden is sworn in on Jan. 20 as the 46th president.
Stars like Aubrey Plaza, Sidney Flanigan and many others will be recognized at next year's Hollywood Critics Association Awards. The awarding ceremony is scheduled to place in Los Angeles on March 5.
Iconic country musician K.T. Oslin has died at the age of 78. The cause of her death has not been revealed yet.
Social media users heaped praise on President-elect Joe Biden for getting his first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine live on television and encouraging people to take part in the vaccination program.
Gal Gadot has revealed that she doesn't want "Wonder Woman" to go into the past for the third installment.
Taylor Swift's latest album "Evermore" has become the eighth album by the artist to claim the top spot on Billboard 200 chart.
Elliot Page expressed gratitude toward his fans for all the "love and support" after he came out as transgender, saying that their emotional assistance has been the "greatest gift" for him.
The U.K. government has announced it has extended the country's insurance scheme for film and television until April 2021. As of late, 100 qualifying productions have been accepted under this program.
"Wonder Woman 1984" turned out to be no match for the pandemic as it earned only $38.5 million internationally in its opening weekend, much lower than what analysts had forecasted.
Ariana Grande announced her engagement to Dalton Gomez, who is a real estate agent, on Sunday. Netizens flooded social media with congratulatory messages as soon as she shared photos of her engagement ring on Instagram.
"First Cow," Maria Bakalova, Chloe Zhao and late actor Chadwick Boseman were among the winners at this year's NYFCC awards.
Patty Jenkins has revealed that she almost gave up on directing "Wonder Woman 1984" due to high pay disparities.
Vanessa Bryant has accused her mother Sofia Laine of attempting to extort $5 million from the family through a "disgraceful" lawsuit.