Disney and Marvel Studios unveiled the new opening credits for "Black Panther," honoring the legacy of late actor Chadwick Boseman on what would have been his 44th birthday.
French F1 driver Romain Grosjean spoke for the first time after surviving a horrific car crash at the Bahrain Grand Prix, admitting that halo is one of the best things to have happened to F1 after it saved his life from the accident.
The U.K. Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden has asked Netflix to label "The Crown" as a work of fiction after certain scenes from the show's latest season reportedly miffed the royal family.
"The Queen's Gambit" featuring Anya Taylor-Joy in the lead role has become the most-watched scripted limited series on Netflix. The streaming giant announced that a total of 62 million subscribers watched the show in its first 28 days.
Actor Faizon Love has filed a lawsuit against Universal Pictures for removing him from the posters of the movie "Couples Retreat."
Actress Kristen Stewart opened up about playing Princess Diana in the upcoming biopic, "Spencer." Stewart also shared that she feels "protective" of the late Princess of Wales.
"Jeopardy" shared a pre-recorded message from Alex Trebek in which the late host can be seen wishing the people a "Happy Thanksgiving" and urging the fans to "keep the faith" amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
President-elect Joe Biden and his wife Jill Biden delivered an endearing Thanksgiving message about the sacrifices made by the American people amid the pandemic. The message was met with a warm response from the netizens.
Emmy-nominated filmmaker Rachel Mason opened up about her documentary "Circus Of Books" and revealed that she is really happy with the love and praise it has received.
French President Emmanuel Macron announced that the government will be lifting the lockdown restrictions in a planned manner as the infections continue to fall. Movie theaters will reopen on Dec. 15 with strict curfew measures.
The Weeknd finally broke his silence and accused the Recording Academy of corruption after the singer failed to garner a single nomination for his blockbuster album "After Hours" and song "Blinding Lights."
Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has come out in support of Harry Styles amid his Vogue cover controversy and said that his dress was "wonderful." She also said that the cover looked absolutely "bomb."
Miley Cyrus recently admitted that she "fell off" sobriety amid the COVID-19 pandemic. And she said she's not ashamed to let the world know that she lost her track during lockdown.
Netflix's "Delhi Crime" becomes the first Indian series to ever win the Best Drama Series accolade at the International Emmy Awards.
"Jeopardy" announced that Ken Jennings, one of the most successful contestants in the show's history, will be its first interim host when it returns to production on Nov. 30.
The winners for the 2020 American Music Awards has been revealed and artists like Taylor Swift and The Weeknd turned out to be the biggest winners as they won three trophies each.
The "Double Fantasy" album that John Lennon signed for his killer Mark Chapman is going up for auction once again and has a starting bid of $400,000 at Goldin Auctions.
A haul of collectibles, including Marvel, "Star Wars" and "Transformers" memorabilia, has been recovered by the West Midlands Police in the U.K. The estimated total worth of the items is around $665,000.
R&B singer Jeremih has been transferred out of the ICU as he recovers from COVID-19. The singer's family confirmed the news by issuing a statement, revealing that his "true healing" starts now.
Booksellers and publishers in Ontario, Canada, are urging Premier Doug Ford to label bookstores an essential service if the government decides to impose another lockdown in the province.
Wall Street analysts discuss how the release plan for "Wonder Woman 1984" could work for the better and have "long-lasting implications."
Convicted sex offender Harvey Weinstein tested negative for COVID-19. The confirmation comes after several reports suggested that he might have contracted the virus at the Wende Correctional Facility in New York.
The nominees for the inaugural Critics Choice Super Awards have been announced and entries like "Palm Springs," "Lovecraft Country," and "Birds of Prey" dominated the nominations list with multiple nods across various categories.
Actor John Boyega opened up about his involvement in the Black Lives Matter protests and thanked his friends JJ Abrams and Jordan Peele for providing constant support throughout the movement.
Actor Matthew McConaughey admitted that he won't be ruling out the possibility of running for governor of Texas if given a chance.
Warner Bros. has announced that the highly anticipated movie "Wonder Woman 1984" will be streaming on HBO Max on Dec. 25, the same day it will open in U.S. theaters.
George Clooney opened up about his marriage to wife Amal Clooney and how it changed "everything" about his life. He also revealed his first thought after his 2018 motorcycle crash in Italy.
Spike Lee will be directing a musical movie that’s based on David Kushner’s Esquire article titled “All Rise: The Untold Story of the Guys Who Launched Viagra."
Rapper Lil Wayne has been charged with possession of a firearm and ammunition by a convicted felon. If he is convicted, Wayne could spend up to 10 years behind bars.
Filmmaker Quentin Tarantino has signed a two-book deal with publishing giant HarperCollins, and it involves the novelization of his movie "Once Upon a Time... In Hollywood."