British actor Roger Moore, known for his role as James Bond, died today in Switzerland at age 89.
Opening a new chapter in her already considerable career, Nicole Kidman has brought four projects to Cannes this year, making her almost ubiquitous at the French Riviera festival.
Chuck Norris will make his Wizard World debut Saturday, June 3 at Wizard World Philadelphia at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.
Tim Tebow is doing better these days at the plate, but his throwing accuracy still needs a bit of work.
Roots co-founder Questlove will be in Bucks County this weekend to make an appearance at what has been called the “Best Prom in America,” after all.
For the second time in his career, 'The Five' co-host is out at Fox News
Roger Ailes, former Fox News Channel chairman and chief executive, died Wednesday at age 77, his wife, Elizabeth Ailes, confirmed today. No cause of death for the conservative TV news heavyweight has yet been announced.
Mo’Nique’s feud with director Lee Daniels hasn’t cooled off since the comedian/actress accused the Wynnefield native of “blackballing” her in Hollywood following her role in 2009’s Precious.
A Real Housewives of New Jersey star and her boyfriend were victims of a brutal home invasion.
Dina Manzo and Dave Cantin, were attacked on Saturday...
Philly native Kevin Hart and his wife, model Eniko Parrish, are expecting, and they picked an appropriate day to make their announcement.
The former co-host on Comcast SportsNet’s Philadelphia’s "Breakfast on Broad" is now the news anchor on "Fox & Friends."
Comedian Marc Maron will be in town on Friday for a live show, but he started getting into the Philadelphia mindset early with an episode of his WTF podcast featuring Philly Kevin Bacon released Thursday.
Before their Linc concert, Metallica's Kirk Hammett discusses how the quartet rocks as hard as ever.
Over the weekend, North Philadelphia-born rapper Lil Uzi Vert stage-dived his way into Internet history and became a meme thanks to a reported 20-foot leap into the crowd at Miami’s Rolling Loud music festival.
“I’d like to apologize for saying that children in America should have health care. It was insensitive. It was offensive, and I hope you can find it in your heart to forgive me," the late-night host told his audience.