Plus, what director Danny Boyle learned about directing a lioness - after standing in for one - for a scene involving J. Paul Getty's dangerous pet.
Philly's spring entertainment season has it all: Blow-out concerts, blockbuster movies, hot plays, Tall Ships, museum exhibits, and more. Our critics pick the best.
Bill Murray performs at the Academy of Music with star cellist Jan Vogler and will soon shoot the zombie movie "The Dead Don't Die" with Jim Jarmusch, Rosie Perez, and Daniel Craig.
Bert Padelt will ascend from SugarHouse Friday in a reenactment of Jean-Pierre Blanchard's 1793 Philly-to-Jersey flight - the first aerial voyage in America.
Mitch Landrieu, mayor of New Orleans, comes to the Free Library of Philadelphia at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday to speak about his book, "In the Shadow of Statues: A White Southerner Confronts History."
Chrissy Metz from "This Is Us," plus "School of Rock," a dance performance with more than 450 dancers, and more.
Three must-see Philly gallery shows for March, featuring pottery by Ellen Shankin and Donna Polseno, photo-based art by Bill Beckley, and works on paper (and with plants) at the James Oliver Gallery.
Jack White, Reuben Studdard, and Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats
In an eleventh-hour motion filed just more than a week before Cosby's retrial is set to begin in Norristown, the defense team asked Judge Steven T. O'Neill to recuse himself and allow the case to be assigned to another judge.
In collaboration with the Free Library of Philadelphia, Short Edition's Short Story Dispenser, offering one to five minute stories at the touch of a button, are headed to three locations across the city.
"Hamilton" plays Philadelphia's Forrest Theatre Aug. 27-Nov. 17, 2019. Broadway Philadelphia season tickets with a guaranteed seat to the show go on sale 9 a.m. March 23.
NEW YORK (AP) - A former Fox News anchor filed a defamation lawsuit on Thursday over comments by Bill O'Reilly it says were meant to damage the reputations of women who have accused him of harassment.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - The parents of Anton Yelchin have reached a settlement with the makers of the Jeep Grand Cherokee, the SUV that crushed and killed the "Star Trek" actor in his driveway in 2016.