A tweet from the Opry about Wallen surprising fans at its regular Saturday broadcast show led to heavy criticism of the mostly white institution and its history as a gatekeeper.
Sidney Poitier, whose elegant bearing and principled onscreen characters made him Hollywood's first Black movie star and the first Black man to win the best actor Oscar, has died. He was 94.
A must-watch. "In the Heat of the Night" was not played in many theaters throughout the South. Why? Because Sidney Poitier’s Virgil Tibbs raised his voice to the Sparta police chief played by Rod Steiger. An incredible score from Quincy Jones, as well as strong supporting performances from Warren Oates and Lee Grant.
Mel Gibson plays a grizzled, hard-nosed Chris Cringle, a workin' stiff just like the rest of us, in this hard-boiled Christmas tale that prefers a shot and a beer to a glass of egg nog. Walton Goggins is a riot as a psychotic hitman who wants Santa dead, leading to a bloody showdown in the snow in writer-directors Eshom and Ian Nelms' comedic action drama, which puts a modern spin on familiar holiday happenings. Ho ho holy cow, this movie is nuts.
The theatrical giant, who died Friday at 91, was as complex as his lyrics, dogmatic in his rules and not generous with praise about his work.
Tyler died Sunday at home in Los Angeles from prostrate cancer, said his manager, Toni Benson. Tyler was first diagnosed with advanced prostrate cancer in 2018.
Peter Scolari, who starred with Tom Hanks on TV's "Bosom Buddies," died Friday at 66. He had cancer and had been ill for two years, his manager said.
As “Goliath” enters its fourth – and final season – star Nina Arianda admits it never felt like a television series.
The spy thriller, starring Daniel Craig in his final appearance as 007, made $119 million at the global box office during its opening weekend …
The "Gonzo-rella" episode of "Muppet Babies" is one of the most recent and widely celebrated examples of animated children's television tackling nonbinary and gender-diverse identity.
"Fire," with a score by jazz trumpeter and composer Terence Blanchard, will be the first opera by a Black musician presented at the Met in its 138 years.
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Most of the words in this quirky comedy are in French, even in the credits, but it doesn’t matter because the various jobs are so cleverly visualized as a camera roams around objects in a dingy basement. The cinematographer’s name is written on a camera and the screenwriters’ on a page of a script.
Actor Michael Nader, known for his roles on the soap operas "Dynasty" and "All My Children," has died at age 76 after a short battle with cancer.
Anna Locklear loves to sing.
“Wildwood Whispers,” which Barbara Hancock wrote under the pseudonym Willa Reece, debuts Tuesday.